A research roadmap for delivering innovations in microelectronics
The work carried out at the Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland, based at the Tyndall National Institute in Cork, is central to the advancement of the sector
Researchers at the Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland (MCCI) adapted quickly to the ‘new normal’ brought about by Covid-19.
A leading centre for groundbreaking microelectronics research, the MCCI shifted its team to remote working, completing a number of tape-outs during the transition, Donnacha O’Riordan, the executive director at MCCI, said.
“The crisis highlighted how our agile working model enabled all staff to work successfully from home, something we had always facilitated,” O’Riordan...
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