Cork Science Festival opens with a bang on Sunday 11 November at ‘Celebrate Science’ in UCC’s Western Gateway Building with over 75 interactive workshops, exhibits and talks on science in our every day lives…
Would you like the opportunity to discuss your wind energy research with a multidisciplinary audience?
A free one and a half day workshop on the exciting new era of maritime and space innovation.
Anaerobic Digestion in the Circular Economy
MaREI will be at Volvo Cork Week family day on Sunday July 15th from 12-5pm with outreach resources on our marine research and ocean conservation…
We will be showcasing our research and outreach activities at Seafest
MaREI and Clean Coasts are hosting a community event addressing the plague of plastics on June 6th as part of Cork Harbour Festival…
A free public talk with Dr. Paul Oquist Kelley, Minister for National Policies of the Republic of Nicaragua
UCC’s public presentation competition Science For All takes place on March 22nd with two MaREI students in the Final.
UCC World Water Day Photo Contest is open from 13th February – 11th March, 2018.
MRIA marine renewables emerging technologies Forum
February 2nd 2018 Dublin
Engineers Week takes place from 24th February to 2nd March 2018 with MaREI running a number of events.
Innovations for LCOE reduction in offshore wind energy – technologies, models and strategies…
Cork Science Festival is a 10 day celebration of science with something for all ages through a programme of exciting and engaging events…
The MaREI coordinated project, SIMCelt will have its final project meeting on 28/29 November 2017 in Liverpool.
International Symposium on “Novel Composite Materials and Processes for Marine Renewable Energy”, Cork, Ireland, September 1st 2017
A 1-day International Symposium will be held in Cork, Ireland on September 1st, 2017 on the topic of ‘Novel Composite Materials and Processes for Marine Renewable Energy’. The symposium is being organised by the consortium behind the EU FP7 Marie Curie IAPP project MARINCOMP, led by University College Cork and the University of Edinburgh, and involving partners University of Ulster; Toray Carbon Fibers Europe, ÉireComposites, Suzlon Energy and Scotrenewables Tidal Power.
To book, please follow this link – International Symposium
If you are a graduate student, early-stage researcher, or young professional in offshore renewable energy, you’re invited to Ireland for the INORE’s annual European Symposium! It will take place between the 20th and 26th of August, the week just before the EWTEC conference happening in Co. Cork. Join us for five days of research sharing, idea exchange, workshops, technical and site visits in a dynamic and informal environment. Meet and collaborate with like-minded individuals from around the world specializing in offshore renewable energy, including:
- Technology and engineering of offshore renewable devices
- Environmental monitoring and sustainability of marine renewables
- Marine resource assessment
- Policy and human dimensions of renewable energy
This year’s Symposium will be held in the west coast of Ireland, a region known for its potential for the marine renewable energy sector. Technical visits to the research centres leading the offshore energy test infrastructure of the country in Co. Cork and Co. Galway are organised. The main venue and accommodation will be the Burren Outdoor Education Centre, a large centre for outdoor activities in the heart of the wild preserved Burren region in Co. Clare.
Thanks to our sponsors, symposium activities, food, and lodging are free for attendees. However, travel expenses to reach the symposium will not be covered. We will also be able to offer a limited number of travel grants to partially reimburse costs for long-distance attendees with financial need.
This year, the main sponsor of the EU Symposium is SEAI (Sustainable Authority of Ireland) who plays a leading role in transforming Ireland into a society based on sustainable energy structures, technologies and practices.
MaREI will be at the 8th Annual MRIA Ocean Energy Forum on Feb 3rd, showcasing the latest research and case studies of collaboration with industry partners.
A wave energy workshop will be held in the Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth on Friday the 20th of January, 2017
The first week of June in 2016 bore witness to the 35th annual International Energy Workshop (IEW) hosted in Ireland’s own University College Cork.
The Environmental Research Institute hosted a joint seminar with the University of FH Burgenland, Austria on Friday, November 4th on Different Perspectives on the Energy Transition.
Its that time again, Cork Science Festival returns. This year is bigger and better than ever, with MaREI involved in two day events, suitable for all the family…
The ERI and Energy Cork have launched the 2016 Cork Climathon to take place on the 28th October in Cork.
MaREI’s Interim Director, Prof. Jerry D. Murphy, currently sits as the Task Leader for IEA Bioenergy Task 37, and will present a webinar entitled ‘Green Gas’ on Thursday, June 2nd, 2016.
MaREI researchers at the Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork, have been involved in organising the 35th International Energy Workshop, which will take place at UCC on June 1st-3rd.
The Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy are running a series of regional adaptation training workshops in September and October for Local Authority staff…
Join MaREI for free family fun and festivities at SeaFest, Ireland’s national maritime festival!
Global leaders in the field of marine renewable energy were in Cork on February 29th and March 1st to attend a 2-day symposium in honour of the ‘father of ocean energy’, MaREI’s Prof. Tony Lewis.
MaREI’s new headquarters at University College Cork’s (UCC) Beaufort Building in Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork, will officially open on the 11th July 2015…
The MaREI Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy hosted a festival ‘discovery day’ event on Sunday, June 5th as part of the Cork Harbour Open Festival…
The European Wave and Energy Tidal Conference (EWTEC) 2017 will be held at University College Cork, Ireland from 27th August…
The Irish Naval Service were announced as the winning team of the IMERC Mechathon which took place in the Lir National Ocean Test Facility in the MaREI Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy…