Awards sponsored by Analog Devices were made to three top performing LM118 Electronic & Computer Engineering students from the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering, University of Limerick at a presentation ceremony onsite in Analog Devices (Raheen, Limerick) June 13th. Mike Mulqueen, Director of Consumer Engineering opened the award ceremony.
The scholarship programme was established in 2010 through a gift of €125,000 made by Analog to the University of Limerick (UL) Foundation.
In 2015 Analog Devices (ADI) announced an extension to its investment to the formally known Hank Krabbe scholarship programme, which was established in 2010 in memory of the founding Managing Director of ADI in Limerick. The new scholarship programme which was launched in memory of the late Robbie McAdam, former Senior Vice-President of Analog Devices, who died in February 2015. To date Analog has now invested €157,000 in scholarship funding.
The deserving recipients of these awards were Bryan McSweeney who received the 2nd year scholarship this based on his 1st year results received €4,000. Connie Collins the 3rd year this based on his 2nd year performance received €2,000 and Oisin Watkins the 4th year award including the Robbie McAdam Medal, again this based on his final results received €4,000.
Again Congratulations to all, great achievement.
Pictured below, are Employees from both Analog Devices, Raheen and Electronic & Computer Engineering (E&CE), UL plus the worthy recipients of these awards from the BE Electronic & Computer Engineering programme, E&CE Dept, UL.