Multidisciplinary Technologies

 School of Multidisciplinary Technologies

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Welcome

Welcome to all DT097, DT066, DT036A, DT9876 and DT9775 students into the School of Multidisciplinary Technologies of the College of Engineering and Built Environment at the Dublin Institute of Technology.

We hope that you have a great year with us and we look forward to supporting your in your learning and helping you to achieve your career goals.

 

DIT Engineering General Entry - DT066 and DT097


MSc in aBIMM and Postgraduate Certificate in BIM Technologies - programme full

A waiting list for the September 2018 intake of the Postgraduate Certificate in BIM Technologies and MSc in applied Building Information Modelling and Management programmes is now being populated.


*Updated information* on all modules, the programme structure and facilities now accessible at www.dit.ie/bim


Programme Microsite

Detailed information about calendars, module descriptors, streams, facilities, guest schedule and lecturing staff are available on the programme microsite.


What is DIT's MSc in applied Building Information Modelling & Management all about?

Please view our promotional video where you can hear current students, graduates, and staff giving information about the course, the content and their experiences.

DIT applied Building Information Modelling and Management - Level 9 suite


Contact Details:

Head of School:                                   Dr. Kevin Kelly

Contact Details:                                   email: kevin.kelly@dit.ie 402 3655 Room 443

 

School Admin:                                      Jane Cullen  

Contact Details:                                   email: multidisciplinaryadm@dit.ie / 402 4014  Room 441

 

Assistant Head of School:                   Dr. Avril Behan

Programme Co-ordinator for Building Information Modelling & Management (DT9876, DT9775, DT9776, DT9777), BTech in Computing (DT036A), and MSc in Applied Computing for Technologists (DT090, DT093)

Contact Details:                                   email: avril.behan@dit.ie / 402 4093  Room 439

 

Assistand Head of School:                   Mr. Kevin Gaughan

Programme Co-ordinator/Chair for DT066 Engineering (Common Entry) Level 8

Contact Details:                                   email: kevin.gaughan@dit.ie / 402 3880  Room 442

 

Structured Lecturer:                            Mr. Edward Conlon

Programme Co-ordinator/Chair for DT097 Engineering (General Entry) Level 7

Contact Details:                                   email: edward.conlon@dit.ie / 402 4059

 


School Programmes:

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Engineering (Common First Year) FT DT066
Bachelor Engineering Tec (Ord) Engineering (General Entry) FT DT097A

Master of Science Applied Computing for Technologists

(Next intake September 2017: queries to avril.behan@dit.ie)

FT DT090

Master of Science Applied Computing for Technologists

(Next intake September 2017: queries to avril.behan@dit.ie)

PT DT093
MSc in Applied Building Information Modelling and Management (aBIMM) MSc_aBIMM PT  DT9876
Postgraduate Diploma in (Building Information Modelling) BIM Technologies BIM and aBIMM PT  DT9876
Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative BIM (Building Information Modelling) BIM and aBIMM PT  DT9876
Research students (Full-time) FT

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Research students (Part-time) PT

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Research Links:

School of Multidisciplinary Technologies Research Publications (ARROW - DIT Open Access Research Repository)

Journal of Sustainable Design & Applied Research (SDAR) published in collaboration with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Ireland.

CREATE Contributions to Research in Engineering and Applied Technology Education

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SDAR Launch

Thursday 10th December saw the launch of the 2016 Journal of Sustainable Design & Applied Research (SDAR), co-published by the Dublin Institute of Technology and the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Ireland at the Greenway Hub research building in the developing DIT campus at Grangegorman.

    

Five new papers were uploaded providing a total of 30 scholarly papers available to all as a free access journal:  http://arrow.dit.ie/sdar/. Over 5,000 full paper downloads are recorded each year from over 60 countries throughout the world. In addition 2,000 copies are distributed to CIBSE members and industry in Ireland.

Editorial team: Kevin Kelly, Yvonne Desmond, Kevin Gaughan & Pat Lehane

#The intention of the journal is to offer a first publish opportunity to industry engineers and new researchers who are developing or applying sustainable systems in engineering and the built environment. A blind peer review process of evidence based applied research or post occupancy evaluations is provided free. There is no publishing fee.

Abstracts for papers for SDAR 2017 are now invited and can be submitted here.

 


School of Multidisciplinary Technologies News Archive:

Recruitment for Panel of Hourly Paid Assistant Lecturers and Tutor Demonstrators - Please register interest as some hours may still be available

The School of Multidisciplinary Technologies seeks to recruit suitably qualified applicants for Hourly Paid Assistant Lecturer and Tutor Demonstrator roles for the 2017/2018 Academic Session (Calendar) in the following areas:

  • BIM Authoring & CAD (day and evening) - Autodesk Suite including AutoCAD & Revit, Bentley Suite including Microstation, Tekla, Vectorworcks, ArchiCAD, etc.
  • BIM Management including Lean Construction (day and evening) - Navisworks, ASite, 4Projects, Projectwise, Solibri, Last Planner, Lean Six Sigma, appropriate ISO and PAS standards, interoperability formats, etc.
  • Chemistry for Engineers (daytime)
  • Data Analytics / Science for Engineering & Built Environment (day and evening)
  • ICT for Engineering & Built Environment (day and evening) - Cloud Computing, Web / Mobile Applications, VR/AR, Excel, Word, Access, etc.
  • Mechanics for Engineers (daytime)
  • Mathematics for Engineers (daytime)
  • Physics for Engineers (daytime)
  • Programming & Scripting for Engineering & Built Environment (day and evening) - Matlab, Python, Java, Dynamo, etc.
  • Professional Development for Engineering & Built Environment (day and evening)

Shortlisting for interview will take place after review of all applications and candidates will be contacted by the School.

The availability of HPAL hours will depend on student numbers and changes in permanent staffing levels.

Eligibility to compete

Citizenship / Permit Requirement:
Eligibility to compete is open to candidates who are citizens of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland. The EEA comprises member states of the European Union along with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Other candidates may be eligible to compete subject to their having or obtaining an appropriate work permit for the nature and duration of the position.
Former Public Service employees:
Eligibility to compete may be affected where applicants were formerly employed by the Irish Public Service and previously availed of an Irish Public Service Scheme including:

  • Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER)
  • Department of Health and Children Circular (7/2010)
  • Collective Agreement: Redundancy Payments to Public Servants

Send CV and supporting letter to multidisciplinaryadm@dit.ie. Call 01-401 4014 for more information.

2015.12.16 James Duff

James Duff, Lighting Designer with ARUP,  has passed his PhD examination subject to minor changes. 

James was supervised by Dr. Kevin Kelly, Head of School, and Professor Gerald Farrell, Dean of the College of Engineering & Built Environment.

Congratulations James from all at the School of Multidisciplinary Technologies.

Fantastic Win for DT066 student Anna McEvoy 

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DIT student Anna McEvoy, a student of DT066 Engineering (General Entry) at Bolton Street, has been selected as a 2015 Intel Women in Technology scholar.

Sarah Sexton, Women in Technology Scholarship Program Manager at Intel said "This year we had a tremendous response to the scholarship program with an exceptionally high standard of applicants so it really is a fantastic achievement for the young women who have been selected."

Anna McEvoy, who previously studied at Our Lady’s College in Greenhills, Drogheda, was awarded both a second place award in the Plant Sciences category as well as a Monsanto Award for Innovation in Plant Science First Award for her project ‘Aetiology of bleeding canker disease of horse chestnut trees’.

Anna’s project involved research into the presence of bleeding canker on horse chestnut trees throughout Ireland and used an investigative method to identify the causal agent. As part of her awards Anna received cash prizes of US$2,500 and US$1,500. Anna was selected to attend ISEF after she was named Sentinus Young Innovator 2014.

Further information about the Intel Women in Technology scholarship program is available online.

 

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