InterTradeIreland develops North South case studies from FP7 and the Horizon 2020 programme to highlight the benefits of this type of partnership and to showcase the research and innovation talent that exists across the island. Please find some case studies below.
Ulster University (coordinator), Waterford Institute of Technology, Southern Health and Social Care Trust and Intelesens Ltd
WASTCArD’s ultimate goal is to develop wrist sensor technologies for the detection of cardiac arrhythmias.
Queen’s University Belfast (coordinator) and University College Dublin
The ENACT project focuses on enhancing sustainable chemical technologies through the synergy of computer simulation and experiment.
Queen’s University Belfast(coordinator), Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI), Devenish Nutrition Ltd, Teagasc and Hermitage Genetics Ltd
ECO-FCE is aimed at providing the pig and poultry industries across the EU with strategies and tools to accomplish the task of feeding a growing world population in an efficient and ecologically-friendly manner.
University College Dublin (coordinator), University of Ulster and Pintail Ltd
RUBICON’s goal is to create a self organising, learning and goal orientated robotic ecology.
Queen’s University Belfast (coordinator) and Banagher Precast Concrete
EiroCrete is aimed at the development of a sustainable, low carbon, pre-cast concrete infrastructure and at the same time reducing carbon footprint, increasing durability and reducing energy.
University College Dublin (coordinator), OncoMark, Queen’s University Belfast and PathXL
The FAST-PATH project was funded with the aim to find more accurate tools and biomarkers for prostate cancer.
University of Ulster and Scandinavian Homes Ltd
EINSTEIN aims to develop the ultimate low energy system for dwellings.