SEAM is an industry focussed applied research centre, providing innovative materials engineering solutions for companies from a wide range of sectors, including bio-medical devices, pharmaceuticals, micro-electronics, precision engineering and industrial technologies.

SEAM Research Centre, based in Waterford Institute of Technology, is currently seed funded by Enterprise Ireland's Technology Gateway Programme.

SEAM (Ramesh Raghavendra) Wins

KTI Industrial Consultancy Impact Award

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Picture from L to R: Damien English-Minister of State for Skills, Research and Innovation, Dr. Ramesh Raghavendra-SEAM Centre Director,  Dr. Alison Campbell-Director KTI and Prof. Willie Donnelly - President of WIT. 

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  • Best of luck to Dr Ramesh Raghavendra and the @waterfordit team in the @KTIconnect #KTIAwards 2016.
  • Congrats PJ and wish you many more such feathers in the future. With all good wishes from Ramesh- SEAM Centre Director&Tech Gateway Manager
  • SEAM short listed for Research2Business Impact KTI Award 2016. Presentation takes place on 23rd June, in Dublin. @Entirl @EITechGateway

INDUSTRY

SEAM is an industry focussed applied research centre, providing innovative materials engineering solutions for companies from a wide range of sectors, including bio-medical devices, pharmaceuticals, micro-electronics, precision engineering and industrial technologies.

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SERVICES

SEAM provides a wide range of services such as metrology analysis, failure analysis, material characterisation, mechanical property analysis and contamination identification, all designed to meet the needs of industry.

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RESEARCH

SEAM focuses on cutting edge research in a number of key areas and is currently developing novel materials and devices for the biomedical sector. SEAM is also strongly involved in industrially driven research and is currently working on a number of Industry-Academia Partnership Projects. 

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TECHNIQUES

SEAM has a number of niche technologies for materials and failure analysis as well as a suite of equipment for traditional analysis techniques. SEAM also has access to a number of additional techniques through collaborative centres.

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