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Rankings & Recognitions

Over the past eight years CRANN has established a track record of research excellence in both nanoscience and materials science that has placed Ireland on the map internationally.  Over 70% of the citations that comprise Ireland’s ranking of 6th and 8th in the world for nanotechnology and materials respectively are due to CRANN.  With 250+ researchers from over 40 countries, CRANN is part of a global collaborative network and publish research in partnership with 160 universities over the last three years. The centre has established central equipment infrastructure including cleanrooms, advanced microscopy (SEM, TEM, He-ion), electron and ion-beam lithography, cellular growth and characterisation, and ultra-fast photonics. Operating as an open access mode this infrastructure provides a platform for large-scale collaborative programmes with industry.

 

Prof Jonathan Coleman announced 2011 SFI Researcher of Year
15th November 2011

Professor Jonathan Coleman, a Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)-funded researcher from CRANN and Trinity College Dublin’s School of Physics was announced as the ‘Science Foundation Ireland Researcher of the Year’ for 2011.

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Prof Jonathan Coleman announced 2011 SFI Researcher of Year
Intel recognises role of CRANN in Industry success
11th October 2011

Intel has officially recognised CRANN, the SFI-funded nanoscience institute based in Trinity College Dublin, for the impact of its excellent research collaborations on Intel’s work since 2003.

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Intel recognises role of CRANN in Industry success
CRANN director receives international award
6th October 2011

Professor John Boland presented with a top international award for his contributions to the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology.

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CRANN director receives international award
Top Award recognises Prof Coey's contribution to nanoscience
28th September 2011

Professor Michael Coey, Principal Investigator at Ireland’s flagship nanoscience institute CRANN, has been awarded the RDS/Intel Prize for Nanoscience.

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Top Award recognises Prof Coey's contribution to nanoscience