DkIT and DCU Business Matchmaker Event


This event a wonderful opportunity for companies to meet online with experts at Dublin City University (DCU) and Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) who are actively engaged in research that has applications across many industry sectors.

You can profile your business, explore new ideas and understand the various options to collaborate and fund R&D projects through a range of supports.

Companies with both an established R&D programme and start-ups with new ideas are all welcome to join this virtual event.

The opening plenary sessions will outline research at DCU & DkIT and how they collaborate with industry. Hear case studies from companies who have previously collaborated with the two institutions.

The real value of this event is the opportunity to participate in the online matchmaking meetings. These allow companies and researchers to explore opportunities for collaboration which may be access to talent, knowledge transfer, training, industry/academic partnerships….or just expanding your network!

Main topic areas:

  • Machine Learning & AI
  • Internet of Things
  • Data Analytics
  • Hardware & Software Engineering
  • Digital Content
  • Advanced Manufacturing & Materials
  • Engineering
  • Water Resource Management
  • Energy & Environmental Sustainability
  • Biopharmaceuticals
  • Medtech
  • Digital Health

Companies with both an established R&D programme and start-ups with new ideas are all welcome to attend this free online event. Registration here.

If you require any further information, contact Neil McLoughlin at the RDC, Dundalk Institute of Technology (neil.mcloughlin@dkit.ie)

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