University College Dublin, Ireland.

University College Dublin (UCD) is the largest University and the leading provider of 4th level education in Ireland, producing 28% of

Ireland’s PhD graduates each year. UCD runs overseas programmes in partnership with leading international universities and education providers in Chine, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain and Sri Lanka.

Three related research groups and 2 Masters Programmes in UCD will contribute to the Advanced Rehabilitation Technologies (EU MSc) project:

  1. The TRIL Centre, a multi-disciplinary academic-industry research centre focussing on clinically informed development and evaluation of technology enabled home and community based models of healthcare to address the needs of the ageing population.
  2. The CLARITY centre focuses on development of applications for sensor technologies in Health, Sport and Environmental fields.
  3. UCD Biomedical Engineering Group: This group utilises computational modelling, signal processing, design and experimentation to provide insight into, modify and control physiological systems. The goal of this research is to develop a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms involved and to develop improved rehabilitation strategies and therapies.


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