This will operate at the interface between academia and industry; accelerating new technology developments through the innovation phase and ensuring that real-world industrial challenges based on market need are solved through cutting-edge research.
Ulster University will create a high visibility, high quality centre for digital technology and associated living labs in the areas of cardiology, diabetes, respiratory and stroke.
This is a Queen’s University led cross-disciplinary digital innovation hub that builds on the momentum of the world-class ECIT (Institute of Electronics, Communications & Information Technology) facility that has already succeeded in putting Belfast on the map in terms of digital innovation.
This is a transformative project led by Queen’s University, Ulster University and partners from the life and health sciences sector.
SMIL is a project led by Ulster University which seeks to build on the incredible success story that the creative industries have created for NI, already contributing over £1billion GVA to the NI economy and employing around 26,000 people.