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Martin Hayes is currently a lecturer in Electronic Engineering in the department of Engineering Technology (School of Engineering) and has been lecturing at WIT since 1996.
He graduated with a Ph.D from University of Limerick in 1996. He had previously graduated from UL with a M Eng (by research) in 1992 and with a 1st Class Honours in electronics in 1990.
He is currently the Programme Leader for the Higher Certificate in Electronic Engineering
His current lecturing topics are Analog Electronics, Semiconductor Fundamentals, Test and Fault Techniques and Applied Electronic Projects.
His research interests include Telecommunications and IOT.
He is currently co-leading the development of a new course option in engineering that will help serve regional industry graduate and upskilling needs. This option is being developed after consultation with regional companies including Bausch & Lomb, Sanofi, Integer and TQS.
He is widely involved in the WIT community through various activities including student engagement, recruitment and retention work.
He has consistently strove to improve the academic experience of students and to help ensure that the course remains relevant to industry needs. Integrated project work has been become a major part of HC Electronics.
HC Electronics now has significant project work in specialist modules in 1st and 2nd year that encompasses material taught in several parallel modules. Students also experience mini-projects in these parallel modules that connect into the main project, be it a software or hardware connection.
This approach to project work draws consistent positive comments from external examiners and other stakeholders
I have been actively involved in the execution of two Enterprise Ireland Innovation Vouchers in WIT.
List of Publications
"A Practical Alternative to SAW Based Correlators for Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Communication Systems" IEEE Conference on Personal, Indoor, Mobile and Radio Communications (PIMRC), October 1992.
"An Introduction to Spread Spectrum Modulation," Presented at the First Annual Conference on Mobile Communications, University of Limerick, December 1992.
"Analysis of a Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum System using a DSP Based Simulation Toolset," Irish Colloquium on DSP and Control, June 1993.
"Spread Spectrum for Mobile Communications," Presented at the Second Annual Conference on Mobile Communications, University of Limerick, December 1993.
"A Spread Spectrum LAN based on Interference Cancellation Techniques" IEEE Conference on Vehicular Technology, June 1994.
Waterford Institute of Technology, From: January 1996
Cork Road, To: Present Day
National Distance Education Council, From: April 1991
Dublin City University, To: May 2002
Position: Class Tutor
University of Limerick From : Sept 1990
Castletroy To: June 1995
Position: Part Time Lecturer/Researcher
Limerick Institute of Technology From Jan 1991
Moylish, To: June 1993
Position: Part Time Lecturer