Our Centres

OUR CENTRES

Our Centres

Four internationally leading and complementary Centres, headquartered at the University of Limerick, form the PROCESS Fellowship Programme.

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THE SSPC

Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre (SSPC)

The SSPC is a global hub of Pharmaceutical Process Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing, and is a unique collaboration between 24 industry partners, 9 research performing organisations (RPOs) and 12 international academic collaborators. It is the largest research collaboration in Ireland with total research income of >€65m, and is one of the largest globally within the pharmaceutical area, supporting 43 post-docs and 60 PhD students.

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Dairy Processing Technology Centre (DPTC)

The research agenda in DPTC is driven by the long-term growth opportunities for the dairy sector. DPTC has a total research income of >€25m funding 30 post-docs and focuses on cost competitiveness in dairy processing, process quality and safety by design, and environmental sustainability towards a zero-emissions Irish dairy industry. The DPTC has 8 industry partners and 9 RPOs. 

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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology Centre (PMTC)

The PMTC is focused on pharmaceutical process innovation, advanced manufacturing, rapid micro-analytical techniques, control of continuous processing, soft-sensor modelling tools and active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) real-time release. The total research income to date is >€11m with 32 industry partners and 8 RPOs.  

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Confirm Smart Manufacturing

Confirm Smart Manufacturing

CONFIRM benefits from the expertise across 8 core research performing organisations in Ireland and 16 international collaborations. Confirm Centre has 42 Industry partners across MNC and SME sectors including; Johnson & Johnson, Analog Devices, Action Point, Modular Automation, SL Controls, United Technologies Research Centre Ireland, KUKA, Medtronic and many others.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 801165.

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