The Institute of Technology Tallaght Dublin (ITT Dublin) was established as a higher education institution in 1992. It has forged a reputation in the intervening years as an effective provider of teaching and learning opportunities for the population of South Dublin County and beyond.
ITT Dublin aims to be a leader in research and scholarly activity. Research, development and innovation form an integral part of the Institute’s mission with the development of a complementary reputation as a centre of applied research excellence in prioritized areas, and in the support and growth of high potential start-up companies through its Synergy Business Incubation Centre. Research activity is aligned to the National Research Prioritization Exercise (NRPE) and is seen as a regional and national resource for industry and other stakeholders contributing in a positive manner to cultural, socio- and economic development.
Key areas of research activity include applied science related to health, electrical and mechanical engineering, computing and social media research, and humanist research and in particular Franco-Irish Studies.
Browse the TU Dublin, Tallaght Campus Collections:
- Bioengineering Technology Centre (BTC)
- Centre for Microbial Host Interactions (CMHI)
- Centre for Research in Electroanalytical Chemistry (CREATE)
- Microsensors for Clinical Research & Analysis (MICRA)
- National Centre for Franco Irish Studies (NCFIS)
- Nuclear Maganetic Resonance Institute Research Centre (NMRics)
- Social Media Research Group (SMRG)