Insight@DCU researchers win eight DCU Invent Commercialisation Awards
Insight@DCU took home a stunning eight accolades from the DCU Invent Commercialisation Awards 2018 yesterday.
Dr Patricia Moore and Prof Noel O’Connor won for their work on the Smart Site Survey for Panalpina.
Dr Suzanne Little, Dr Dian Zhang, Camille Ballas and their team won an award for their work on Implementation and Benchmarking of Deep Learning Neural Networks on Edge Devices.
Dr Graham Healy, Prof Alan Smeaton and Prof Noel O’Connor collected an award for their work on Productised Machine-learning for Targeted Facebook Advertising on the Xtremepush Platform.
Dr Kevin McGuinness, Prof Noel O'Connor and Jiang Zhou won for their project with Visual ID - An Intelligent Security Dashboard for Visualisation of Heterogeneous Security Event.
Prof Dermot Diamond and Dr Margaret McCaul also collected an award for their research into next generation wearable sensors with Shimmer.
The same pair were joined by Gareth Lacour and Andrew Donohoe to collect an award for their work with Tellabs.
The winning streak continued with Kevin McGuinness’s award for his work on Machine Learning Tools for Photo Journalism.
McGuinness was also involved in the team that scooped the final award with Prof Noel O’Connor, Eva Mohedano, Dr Feiyan Hu and Prof Alan Smeaton, who were recognised for their work on Next Generation Video Content Feature Extraction & Retrieval.
Huge congratulations to all.