Published 11 February 2019
Technological University Dublin has named Bernie Capraro, Intel’s Research and Higher Education Manager in Ireland, as an adjunct professor, an activity which will help in the academic development of the University. TU Dublin was recently established as Ireland’s first technological university and its founding organisations include the three prestigious technological institutes in Ireland - Dublin Institute of Technology, IT Blanchardstown and IT Tallaght.
Intel Ireland maintains a strategic relationship with higher education institutes in Ireland to support in research and other developmental activities. Intel’s partnership with technological universities in Ireland aims at identifying the potential future technology and create a highly talented pool of engineering professionals. Mr. Capraro's affiliation with the University will lead to TUD’s growth as an institution and give fruitful insights on curriculum as well.
TU Dublin President, Professor David FitzPatrick welcomed the collaboration and said, “In his role of Adjunct Professor at TU Dublin, Mr. Capraro brings a remarkable wealth of experience gathered during an illustrious career in research and technology and he will make a most distinguished contribution to our University. We look forward to his input in research and in particular in programme development across a wide range of areas in engineering, science technology and design.”
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