Title First Name Last Name Position Institute Link Research Interest
Dr. Ahmad Albadarin PI and SIRG holder SSPC Research Centre https://www.sspc.ie/users/dr-ahmad-albadarin Particle processing
Dr. Marina Ansaldo Research Support Officer NUI Galway https://www.nuigalway.ie/research-office/ourteam/
Mr. Rave Ayya Freelance Media Ravethavamaney. Rave. Me. Uk Online social media research
Professor Ursel Bangert Bernal Chair in Imaging and Microscopy University of Limerick electron microscopy, functional and nano-materials
Professor Ursel Bangert Bernal Chair in Imaging and Microscopy University of Limerick temul.ie electron microscopy, functional and nano-materials
Professor Niall Barron Professor The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training https://people.ucd.ie/niall.barron Genetic analysis and engineering of mammalian cells for the production of recombinant therapeutic proteins.
Professor Liam Barry Dublin City University Optical Communications and Photonic Systems
Dr. Shane Bergin University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/educationlifelonglearning/drshanebergin/
Professor Donagh Berry VistaMilk Director Teagasc https://www.linkedin.com/in/donagh-berry-a9459246/ Animal/plant genetics, decision support systems, precision agriculture
Professor Francis Boland Professor Trinity College Dublin http://people.tcd.ie/Profile?Username=fboland My research interests are in the mathematics and algorithms of adaptive systems and digital signal processing for audio. My research aims to create, for a listener, the immersive experience of spatially accurate audio cues that are stable with voluntary or random head and other movements
Dr. Marion Boland Head of Research Policy SFI Staff www.sfi.ie
Dr. Paula Bourke Dublin Institute of Technology
Professor Dermot Brabazon Professor Dublin City University https://www.linkedin.com/in/dermotbrabazon/ laser processing; additive manufacturing; material development; materials forming; processing technologies; nanotechnology; near net shaping
Professor Louise Bradley Professor in Physics Trinity College Dublin https://www.tcd.ie/Physics/research/groups/bradley-photonics/ Louise Bradley leads the Nanophotonics and Plasmonics Group in the School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin, and she is a Principal Investigator in the Irish Photonic Integration Centre (IPIC). Her current research interests include investigation of near-field interactions in semiconductor systems, including nonradiative energy transfer and plasmon-modified processes in quantum emitters. These interactions have consequences for sensing, optical computing, light emitting devices and light harves
Dr. Aoife Braiden Research Manager Government Department Geoscience
Professor David Brayden Full Professor of Advanced Drug Delivery University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/conway/research/researchers/conwayfellowsa-z/professordavidbrayden/ Drug delivery, oral, buccal, and intra-articular, epithelial drug transport
Mr. Marcus Breathnach Principal Officer, Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation Government Department www.dbei.gov.ie
Professor Lorraine Brennan University College Dublin http://www.ucdnutrimarkers.com/
Professor Dermot Brougham Assoc. Prof. Physical Chemistry University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/chemistry/assoc%20professordermotbrougham the use of NMR to study dynamic processes in condensed matter, and the application of these measurements in developing nano-structured materials for bio-applications.
Dr. Sinéad Burke Business Development and Research Manager University of Limerick linkedin.com/in/sinéad-burke-a0299b44 industrial mathematics
Professor Hugh J. Byrne Head, FOCAS Research Institute, DIT Dublin Institute of Technology http://www.dit.ie/focas/personnel/professorhughbyrne/ Biospectroscopy, nanobiointeractions
Dr. Lorraine Byrne Executive Director CRANN & AMBER Trinity College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorraine-byrne-0418372/ Materials Science
Professor Annette Byrne Associate Professor Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland http://pi.rcsi.ie/pi/annettebyrne/index.asp Oncology, Cancer, Predictive Biomarkers, Targeted Therapies, Molecular Imaging, Precision Medicine
Professor Martin Caffrey Trinity College Dublin http://www.tcd.ie/Biochemistry/research/m_caffrey.php membrane structural and functional biology
Professor Vinny Cahill Dean of Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science Trinity College Dublin https://scss.tcd.ie/Vinny.Cahill/ Prof. Cahill's research addresses many aspects of distributed systems, in particular, middleware and programming models for mobile, ubiquitous and autonomic computing with application to optimization of urban resource usage and service delivery in order to improve the quality of life and sustainability of cities.
Dr. Eric Campbell Lecturer Other https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Eric_Campbell Host-microbiota interactions in the gut.
Ms. Clementine Charoux PhD Student Teagasc County / Dublin postal district Design and optimization of control parameters of airborne ultrasonic ultrasound, thermal and non-thermal plasma systems for dried food decontamination.
Dr. Colin Clarke The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training
Ms. Deirdre Clayton I-Form Centre Manager University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/deirdreclayton/
Professor Martin Clynes Research Scientist Dublin City University www.nicb.ie cell biology - cancer - biopharma -ocular disease -miRNA - proteomics - drug resistance - radioresistance - micronutrients -pancreatic beta cell biology
Professor John Costello Professor of Physics Dublin City University https://www.dcu.ie/physics/people/john-costello.shtml Intense Laser Matter Interactions including Ultrafast (Femtosecond) Lasers, EUV and X-ra Free Electron Lasers, Ultrafast Photonic Processes and Interactions, Ultrafast Spectroscopy and Instrumentation. Laser Produced Plasmas and their Applications in Physics and Materials. See http://www.physics.dcu.ie/~jtc for further details.
Dr. Jennifer Craig Centre Manager iCRAG Research Centre Geosciences
Dr. Denise Croker General Manager SSPC University of Limerick https://www.linkedin.com/in/denisecroker/ Pharmaceutical research; process development; research management;
Dr. Denise Croker General Manager SSPC University of Limerick https://www.linkedin.com/in/denisecroker/ Pharmaceutical research; process development; research management;
Dr. Eoin Cummins Assistant Professor in Physiology University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/eoin.cummins Understanding the molecular mechanisms through which carbon dioxide regulates inflammatory signaling
Professor Phil Cummins Associate Professor Dublin City University http://nicb.ie/team-view/phil-cummins/ Vascular cell physiology, signaling, and endothelial dysfunction Blood-brain & blood-retinal barrier function Vascular cell mechanotransduction Vascular calcification Diabetic vascular complications (e.g. AAV-mediated gene delivery to treat diabetic retinopathy, roles for OPG/RANKL/TRAIL signaling during vascular calcification) Models of cardiovascular infection
Dr. Lara Cutlar Visiting Researcher University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/laracutlar/ Gene therapy, Skin, Polymers, Chemistry
Professor Mathieu d'Aquin Acting Director INSIGHT Research Centre www.linkedin.com/in/mathieudaquin Large scale, distributed data management, including web data and data ethics.
Professor John Dalton Professor Other www.qub.ac.uk Molecular Parasitology
Mr. Oliver Daniels CEO INSIGHT Research Centre https://www.insight-centre.org/users/oliver-daniels
Professor Luiz DaSilva Director CONNECT Research Centre https://luizdasilva.wordpress.com Wireless networks, telecommunications, ICT
Dr. Alan Davy Senior Research Fellow Waterford Institute of Technology https://www.linkedin.com/in/alandavy/ TeraHertz Communication, Molecular Communication, Network Softwarisation
Professor Kenneth Dawson Director University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/cbni/people/cbni-management-team/professorkennethdawson/ BioNano Interactions, Nanotechnology, Biochemistry
Dr. Eithne Dempsey Lecturer Maynooth University www.linkedin.com/in/eithne-dempsey biosensors, electroanalysis, nanomaterials
Professor Dermot Diamond PI INSIGHT Centre Dublin City University https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dermot_Diamond stimuli-responsive materials, intelligent autonomous micro/meso devices for sensing and delivery, personal health and environment
Professor Frederic Dias Professor University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/fr%C3%A9d%C3%A9ric-dias-2655612a/ Marine renewable energies, ocean waves
Dr. John Dingliana Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin https://www.scss.tcd.ie/John.Dingliana/ Interactive Visualization and Computer Graphics. In particular I am interested in serious application of real-time computer graphics techniques.
Professor oliver dolly Prof. Neurotherapeutics Dublin City University Neurotherapeutics
Professor Seamas Donnelly Professor of Medicine Trinity College Dublin https://seamasdonnelly.wordpress.com/ Our research work epitomises Translational Medicine where original bench based observations are translated to clinical disease. In particular, we define key regulatory mechanisms which drive aberrant remodelling and repair and predispose towards chronic inflammatory diseases. We are particularly interested in: Development of novel small molecular weight anti-inflammatory therapies Host environmental influences on the regulation of the inflammatory response. Genetic profiling
Dr. Stephen Dooley Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=2F6yyKcAAAAJ&hl=en Energy, Fuels, Reaction Kinetics, Combustion Science, Biorefining, CO2.
Professor Denis Dowling Professor University College Dublin www.I-Form.ie My research is focused on applications of surface engineering and additive manufacturing for the processing of materials.
Dr. Sarah Doyle Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin Innate immunity and Retinal Degeneration
Ms. Bridget Doyle Business Development and Centre Manager FutureNeuro Research Centre https://www.futureneurocentre.ie/ Neurological disease, eHealth
Professor Linda Doyle Dean & Vice President for Research Trinity College Dublin Trinity College Dublin Linda Doyle is Professor of Engineering & The Arts in Trinity College Dublin. Prior to taking on the role of Dean of Research at Trinity College Dublin, she was the Director of the CONNECT SFI Research, a national research centre focused on future networks and communications. Her expertise is in the fields of wireless communications, cognitive radio, reconfigurable networks, spectrum management and creative arts practices. Prof. Doyle has a reputation as an advocate for change in spectrum manag
Dr. Jinhua Du Research Fellow ADAPT Research Centre https://www.linkedin.com/in/jinhua-du-98291215/ Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, Machine Translation, Knowledge Graph, Fintech
Dr. Jim Duggan Senior Lecturer NUI Galway https://www.linkedin.com/in/jduggan/ My research interests span a number of areas, including: system dynamics, data science and public health informatics. These methods are widely used with stakeholders in a decision support context. Examples include: long-term health systems planning, crowdsourcing systems for public health surveillance, pandemic planning, and mHealth applications to support health-changing behaviours.
Dr. Elaine Dunleavy Senior Lecturer NUI Galway https://www.chromosome.ie/researchers/dunleavy/ Dr. Elaine Dunleavy is a cell biologist and geneticist interested in the molecules and machinery that control how cells divide. She uses the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster as an experimental system to explore such mechanisms in meiosis, the special type of cell division occurring in germ cells that gives rise to gametes (eggs and sperm).
Dr. Jane English Lecturer and PI University College Cork http://research.ucc.ie/profiles/C003/jane.english@ucc.ie My research focuses on the application of proteomics, bioinformatics, and systems biology approaches to identify biomarkers and molecular pathways implicated in neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders.
Professor Niall English Professor University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/niall.english OR http://rogaine.ucd.ie/ 1. Clathrate hydrates (both equilibrium properties and kinetics) 2. Properties of water (bulk, and at nanoscale/biological/polymer surfaces and in heterogeneous environments) 3. Properties of ice (crystalline and amorphous) 4. Materials for photo-driven water-splitting, e.g., (doped) iron oxide or titania and their interfaces with water 5. Fixation of carbon dioxide, especially by biomimetic approaches (including Rubisco's mysteries) 6. Applications of TD-DFT or NAMD methods (espe
Professor Fengzhou Fang Director, MNMT-Dublin University College Dublin www.ucd.ie/mnmt-dublin Optical design and manufacturing, bio-medical manufacturing, micro/nano manufactuirng, ultra-precision manufactuirng and metrology
Professor Ronan Farrell Head of Department CONNECT Research Centre https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/people/ronan-farrell Ronan's area of interest is in radio systems and all forms of applications in that area. His pedigree is in the area of mixed-signal systems and digitally enhanced analog and RF systems. This approach has resonated well with trends in the development of mobile phone access technology and is now being increasingly deployed in point-to-point links (5G-NR), space-based applications and other niches. In addition, Ronan and his team are interested in the network as a sensor and the use of the d
Professor Orla Feely Vice-President for Research, Innovation and Impact University College Dublin
Professor Orla Feely Vice-President for Research, Innovation and Impact University College Dublin
Dr. David Finlay Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin http://www.tcd.ie/Biochemistry/research/d_finlay.php, https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-finlay-tcd/ Our immune system is important for our health protecting us from infection/cancer, but inappropriate immune responses cause us harm. Diverse diseases could be treated through therapeutic manipulation of our immune systems. My research group wants to understand how to control immune cells and is now revealing the importance of cellular metabolism. Our research shows that the cellular fuels available to immune cells and the ways that these fuels are used have a big impact on their function. We ar
Professor Brian Fitzgerald Director LERO Research Centre www.lero.ie Software developmemt
Mr. Tony Flaherty Head of Research Development NUI Galway https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonyflaherty/ Basic and applied research across STEM, Biomedical Science and the Humanities
Dr. Damian Flynn Associate Professor University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/electricalelectronicengineering/assoc%20professordamianflynn/ Power System Operation and Control
Dr. Aoife Foley Lecturer Other www.linkedin.com/in/aoifemfoley My research objective is efficiency and robustness in energy systems. My specific research interests are wind power integration, electricity and gas markets and power system efficiency at the distribution level using intelligent ICT, energy storage, microgrids and electric vehicles. In addition I am also interested in network resilience to future proof against extreme weather events, global warming and European energy markets.
Mr. Brian Foley Industry Services Manager Waterford Institute of Technology www.wit.ie Transfer of knowledge to and engagement with industry. Research interests are ICT and smart farming technologies
Dr. Amanda Forde Senior Research Officer (SFI) University College Cork Research Support for SFI funded Centres and Programmes
Professor Robert Forster Director of National Centre for Sensor Research Dublin City University http://www.ncsr.ie/ Nanomaterials, electrochemistry, sensors
Professor Uri Frank Professor NUI Galway www.nuigalway.ie/frank Developmental biology; stem cells; regeneration
Dr. Morgan Fraser Royal Society - SFI University Research Fellow University College Dublin sn.ie Astrophysics - especially transient phenomena such as supernovae, tidal disruption events and the optical counterparts to gravitational waves.
Dr. Kevin James Fraser Senior Programme Manager CONNECT Research Centre www.edge-research.eu Materials, Networks, Communications, Digital Content
Professor Nial Friel Professor of Statistics University College Dublin maths.ucd.ie/~nial Statistical Network Analysis; Bayesian Statistics; Computational Statistics
Dr. Hayley Furlong Research Programme Officer Trinity College Dublin www.linkedin.com/in/dr-hayley-c-furlong
Dr. Hayley Furlong Research Programme Officer Trinity College Dublin www.linkedin.com/in/dr-hayley-c-furlong
Dr. Carlo Galiotto Postdoctoral Research Fellow CONNECT Research Centre
Professor William Gallagher Director, UCD Conway Institute University College Dublin www.cbtlab.ie Cancer Biology, Molecular Diagnostics and Therapeutics
Professor Louise Gallagher Chair of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Trinity College Dublin http://www.tcd.ie/research/profiles/?profile=lgallagh Autism, neurodevelopmental disorders, mental health, drug therapies
Professor Peter Gallagher Senior Professor/Head of Astrophysics Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies https://www.tcd.ie/Physics/people/Peter.Gallagher/ solar physics, space science, astrophysics, radio astronomy, machine learning, image processing, computing.
Mr. Joe Gibbs General Manager LERO Research Centre www.lero.ie
Professor Declan Gilheany Professor of Chemistry University College Dublin www.gilheanyresearchgroup.com Catalysis, Synthetic Chemistry, Chiral Drugs, Sustainable Chemistry
Dr. Rachel Gleeson SFI Industry Fellowship University of Limerick
Dr. Sharon Glynn Lecturer in Pathology NUI Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/sharonglynn/ Dr. Sharon Glynn’s research explores the role of inflammation mediated by nitrosative stress in the development and progression of aggressive breast and prostate cancers. She has shown that high levels of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) in cancer leads to increased metastatic potential and poor patient outcomes. Dr. Glynn’s SFI Career Development Award is focused on understanding the mechanisms by which iNOS exerts its effects including modulation of epithelial to mesenchymal transition a
Dr. Sharon Glynn Lecturer in Pathology NUI Galway G Dr. Sharon Glynn’s research explores the role of inflammation mediated by nitrosative stress in the development and progression of aggressive breast and prostate cancers. She has shown that high levels of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) in cancer leads to increased metastatic potential and poor patient outcomes. Dr. Glynn’s SFI Career Development Award is focused on understanding the mechanisms by which iNOS exerts its effects including modulation of epithelial to mesenchymal transition a
Dr. Sharon Glynn Lecturer in Pathology NUI Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/sharonglynn/ Dr. Sharon Glynn’s research explores the role of inflammation mediated by nitrosative stress in the development and progression of aggressive breast and prostate cancers. She has shown that high levels of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) in cancer leads to increased metastatic potential and poor patient outcomes. Dr. Glynn’s SFI Career Development Award is focused on understanding the mechanisms by which iNOS exerts its effects including modulation of epithelial to mesenchymal transition a
Dr. Jamie Goggins Principal Investigator and Senior Lecturer MaREI Research Centre http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/engineering-and-informatics/jamiegoggins/ Materials and Structures; Building Engineering ;Renewable Energy
Dr. David Gomez Research fellow University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/sbi/research/researchgroups/gomezgroup/ The main focus of the group is the study of signalling networks in order to understand the fundamental properties that govern them and map new branches of these networks. In particular we focus on the MST2/Hippo pathway and the Ras family of oncogenes but given the multidisciplinary nature of SBI’s research we are also involved in several projects with other SBI researchers. The methods that we have developed for the study of interaction proteomics, pathway reconstruction and data integration ca
Professor John Goold Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin https://www.tcd.ie/Physics/research/groups/qusys/people/goold/ Thermodynamics of quantum systems
Professor Stephen Gordon Professor in Infection Biology University College Dublin Dublin My current focus is the use of 'omics technologies to accelerate vaccine and diagnostic development against mycobacterial pathogens of humans and animals using a One Health approach. We are currently focused on the human tuberculosis (TB) pathogen, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bovine TB pathogen, Mycobacterium bovis, and Mycobacterium avium subsp paratuberculosis, the agent of Johne's disease in cattle.
Professor David Gregg Professor in Computer Science Trinity College Dublin Www.scss.tcd.ie/David.Gregg Low energy computing, deep learning, embedded systems, parallel computing
Professor Pat Guiry Professor of Synthetic Organic Chemistry University College Dublin http://www.guiryresearchgroup.com/ Synthetic Organic Chemistry; Asymmetric Catalysis; Medicinal Chemistry
Professor Thorri Gunnlaugsson Professor of Chemistry Trinity College Dublin https://thorrigunnlaugsson.wordpress.com Supramolecular, organic, inorganic, materials and medicinal chemistries
Dr. Patrick Hayden Lecturer/Assistant Professor University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/patrick.hayden 1. Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) in the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) spectral region for elemental characterisation. 2. Time-resolved emission 3. Fast and ultrafast laser matter interaction (especially laser produced plasmas) 4. Optical plasma diagnostics 5. Vis/ UV, Extreme-UV and soft x-ray imaging and spectroscopy 6. Fundamental photoionization processes with synchrotron and free electron laser radiation
Professor Anne Marie Healy Professor in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology Trinity College Dublin http://pharmacy.tcd.ie/staff/healyam/?profile=healyam Research interests include pharmaceutical material science, preformulation and formulation of pharmaceuticals, amorphous solids, cocrystals, formulating poorly soluble drugs, pharmaceutical processing, pulmonary drug delivery and formulation stability.
Dr. Frances Heaney Lecturer Maynooth University https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/chemistry Synthetic chemistry for construction of valuable biological probes
Professor Martin Hegner PI Trinity College Dublin https://www.tcd.ie/Physics/people/Martin.Hegner/ Our laboratory is focusing on bioanalytics at molecular – and system level. We explore the dynamics and kinetics of interacting biomolecules, the mechanics of folding proteins, the kinetics of molecular motors under external strain and the nanomechanical action at ribosomal complexes during translation. We develop and utilize state of the art combined force – and optical spectroscopy tweezers instruments for single biomolecule analysis. We design in-vitro diagnostic MEMS platforms based on micro
Dr. Phil Hemmingway Head of Department, Low Carbon Technologies Other https://www.linkedin.com/in/philhemmingway Energy, climate change, sustainability, low carbon technologies, behavioural economics, energy/climate modelling, data analytics
Dr. David Henshall Professor of Molecular Physiology & Neuroscience FutureNeuro Research Centre PHD http://pi.rcsi.ie/pi/dhenshall/index.asp
Professor Murray Hitzman iCRAG Director iCRAG Research Centre https://www.linkedin.com/in/murray-w-hitzman-610444b Genesis of sediment-hosted mineral deposits; public policy of natural resources
Dr. Richard Hobbs Assistant Professor and Royal Society-Science Foundation Ireland University Research Fellow Trinity College Dublin http://chemistry.tcd.ie/staff/hobbsr/ Nanofabrication and electron microscopy for applications related to photocatalysis, quantum emitters and nanoelectronics
Professor Greg Hughes VP Research and Innovation Dublin City University https://www.dcu.ie/research/people/greg-hughes.shtml
Professor Stefan Hutzler Associate Professor, TCD, Physics Trinity College Dublin www.tcd.ie/physics/foams Physics of foams and complex systems
Ms. Elena Inguglia PhD fellow Teagasc http://linkedin.com/in/elena-sofia-inguglia Novel food processing technologies
Dr. Aleksandar Jaksic Team Leader, Radiation Dosimetry Tyndall National Institute https://www.linkedin.com/in/aleksandar-jaksic-230123143/ Radiation dosimetry, radiation effects in semiconductor devices
Dr. Brendan Jennings PI, CONNECT centre Waterford Institute of Technology https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendanjennings/ Communications Networks / Cloud Computing / Intelligent Transportation Systems / Nanoscale Networking
Professor Gareth Jones Professor Dublin City University www.computing.dcu.ie/~gjones information retrieval and search technologies, natural language engineering, speech technology, multilingual systems, multimedia systems, human computer interaction
Professor Lokesh Joshi Vice President for Research NUI Galway
Professor Lokesh Joshi Vice President for Research NUI Galway
Professor Lokesh Joshi Vice President for Research NUI Galway
Dr. Susan Joyce PI and College Lecturer University College Cork http://research.ucc.ie/profiles/D003/sjoycehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-joyce-31a41918/ The microbe-host dialogue in health and disease.Key words: microbes, Metabolomics, host -microbe interactions, gene regulation, signalling
Dr. Aleksandra Kaszubowska-Anandarajah Research Fellow Trinity College Dublin linkedin.com/in/aleksandrakaszubowska elastic optical networks, optical sensing, optical frequency combs, radio over fiber
Professor Andrew Keane Head of UCD Energy Institute University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-keane-623b345/
Dr. Stephen Keely Associate Director of Molecular Medicine Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-keely-19b17110 Development of novel pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals for chronic gastrointestinal diseases
Dr. Susan Kelleher Assistant Professor University College Dublin https://kellehernano.weebly.com/ Our research is highly multidisciplinary, ranging from the engineering of nanostructured surfaces, to the chemistry of polymeric biomaterials, to the interaction of materials at the biointerface.
Dr. Fintan Kelleher Lecturer in Chemistry Institute of Technology Tallaght https://www.linkedin.com/in/fintan-kelleher-896b3a52/ Peptide synthesis; bioactive peptides; antimicrobial peptides
Dr. Andrew Kellett Associate Professor of Inorganic Chemistry Dublin City University https://www.andrewkellettgroup.com/ Andrew Kellett is Associate Professor of Inorganic and Medicinal Chemistry in the School of Chemical Sciences at Dublin City University, Ireland. He leads a large multidisciplinary research group based at the National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology and Nano Research Facility. Over the past number of years he has established a critical mass of expertise in the areas of metallodrug development and in artificial gene editing. His research intersects materials science and chemical biology.
Dr. Camilla Kelly Trinity College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/camillakelly/
Professor Breandan Kennedy Professor UCD School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/breandan-kennedy-0a4a4429/ Our goal is to develop genetic and pharmacological treatments for human blindness. Using zebrafish as an in vivo system, we have identified several families with inherited blindness and have used these to characterise disease progression and evaluate therapies. We have also developed in vivo assays enabling us to discover novel drugs with specific neuroprotectant, anti-angiogenic or toxic propertiers in the eye. Technology platforms include: zebrafish : development, expression profilin
Dr. Tadhg Kennedy Lecturer University of Limerick https://www.linkedin.com/in/tadhg-kennedy-9460033b/
Mrs. leila keshavarz PhD student University of Limerick Leila Keshavarz
Professor Tia Keyes Full Professor Dublin City University Ireland (IRL) Supramolecular Chemistry, Photophysics, Biophysics, Lipid membranes
Professor Tia Keyes Full Professor Dublin City University Ireland (IRL) Supramolecular Chemistry, Photophysics, Biophysics, Lipid membranes
Professor Tia Keyes Full Professor Dublin City University Ireland (IRL) Supramolecular Chemistry, Photophysics, Biophysics, Lipid membranes
Professor Ulla Knaus Professor of Immunobiology University College Dublin Mucosal And Innate Immunity, reactive oxygen Species, Gastrointestinal Disease
Professor Dieter Franz Kogler Director, Spatial Dynamics Lab UCD University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/dieter.kogler Technological Change, Innovation, Knowledge Production, Evolutionary Economics, Innovation Policy, Smart Specialization Strategies, Patent Analysis, Agglomeration Economies, Economic Growth, Science-Technology Knowledge Space
Professor Walter Kolch Director University College Dublin No http://www.ucd.ie/sbi/
Dr. Vignesh Kumaravel Senior Research Fellow Institute of Technology Sligo https://www.linkedin.com/in/vignesh-kumaravel-b50b3222/ Nanotechnology for energy and environment : CO2 conversion; H2 production; self-cleaning surfaces; anti-microbial coatings
Professor Caitriona Lally Professor in Bioengineering Trinity College Dublin http://www.mee.tcd.ie/biomaterials/People/CLally Cardiovascular tissue mechanics, vascular imaging, vascular mechanobiology and tissue engineering.
Dr. Stephen Lalor Senior Research Fellow Trinity College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-j-lalor-6835b424/ We are interested in the microbiome of the respiratory tract and the relationship between commensal bacteria that colonize the airways and the host immune system, under homeostatic conditions and in the pathogenesis of autoimmune and allergic inflammation.
Dr. Sile Lane Sense about Science Other https://www.linkedin.com/in/s%C3%ADle-lane-ab3383129/ Open and transparent discussion of research and evidence.
Dr. Alexey Lastovetsky Associate Professor University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/alexey.lastovetsky Parallel Computing, Heterogeneous Computing, High Performance Computing
Professor Ed Lavelle Professor in Immunology, Head of the School of Biochemistry and Immunology Trinity College Dublin http://www.tcd.ie/Biochemistry/research/e_lavelle.php: http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=UlJZkNAAAAAJ ORCID id: orcid.org/0000-0002-3167-1080 Vaccines, mucosal immunity, biomaterials, innate immunity
Professor Ed Lavelle Professor in Immunology, Head of the School of Biochemistry and Immunology Trinity College Dublin http://www.tcd.ie/Biochemistry/research/e_lavelle.php: http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=UlJZkNAAAAAJ ORCID id: orcid.org/0000-0002-3167-1080 Vaccines, mucosal immunity, biomaterials, innate immunity
Professor J J Leahy University of Limerick --- Select One --- Bio-economy, biorefining and advanced sustainable fuels
Ms. Sylvia Leatham Communications & Public Engagement Manager I-Form Research Centre https://www.linkedin.com/in/sylvialeatham/ Advanced manufacturing, additive manufacturing, digitalisation of advanced manufacturing, materials processing.
Dr. Sergei Lebedev Mallet Assistant Professor of Seismology Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies https://homepages.dias.ie/~sergei • Main field: Seismology. • Development and application of methods for seismic imaging. - Seismic tomography at regional and global scales, using surface and body waves. - Waveform inversion. - Seismic anisotropy. - Broadband-array seismology. • Structure and evolution of the Earth’s crust and upper mantle. - Dynamics of the lithosphere-asthenosphere system. - Continental deformation. - Deep mechanisms of continental tectonics and intra-plate volcanism - Structure and evoluti
Professor Gil Lee Professor University College Dublin http://leebio.org Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Downstream Processing
Professor Sean Leen Professor of Mechanical Engineering NUI Galway https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-leen-53806044/ computational solid mechanics and materials modelling; non-linear mechanics of materials; manufacturing processes; mechanical design; materials for energy; tribology, fatigue, creep, plasticity, thermo-mechanical fatigue, multi-scale computational mechanics
Professor Helena Lenihan Associate Professor of Economics University of Limerick https://www.ul.ie/business/kbs-staff/prof-helena-lenihan An Economist with research interests as follows: Innovation and science policy; policy evaluation and impact: industrial/enterprise policy development; enterprise, innovation & science policy evaluation and firm performance & growth.
Professor Mark Little Professor of Nephrology Trinity College Dublin www.thkc.ie – Can environmental factors and/or pathogens be identified that are associated with disease flares for patients with autoimmune disease? – How should such data be best integrated with other fixed patient-level data and external medical influences, to support near real-time analysis? – Can a suitable statistical model be derived that allows for a better understanding of the risk of flare up for a patient at a given point in time, which can be used to inform subsequent benefit-risk decisions reg
Dr. Ning liu Lecturer above the bar in Nanophysics University of Limerick https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=QgUds54AAAAJ&hl=en • Light emitting diodes and lasers based on electric field assisted semiconductor nanorod assemblies • Nanoplasmonics: gain-assisted plasmonic propagation, plasmonic lasers and amplifiers, plasmonic circuits, and nonlinear effects; • Ultrafast pump-probe techniques: visible and IR absorption microscopy; • Scanning probe microscopy: scanning tunneling microscopy (low and elevated temperature), and scanning optical microscopy.
Dr. Lorna Lopez Research Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin https://www.tcd.ie/medicine/neuropsychiatric-genetics/autism/team.php Discovery to clinical utility of rare mutations by whole genome sequencing in neurodevelopmental disorders
Professor Noel Lowndes Chair, Biochemistry; Director CCB; Director NCBES NUI Galway https://www.chromosome.ie Sensing and responding to DNA damage; double strand DNA repair; cell cycle control, genome stability, cancer biology
Professor John Lowry Professor/Chair of Chemistry Maynooth University https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/chemistry/our-people/john-p-lowry Development of microelectrochemical sensors and biosensors and their application in neurochemical studies involving pharmacological and behavioural investigations of brain energy metabolism and its role in psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders.
Professor Marina Lynch Professor of Cellular Neuroscience Trinity College Dublin https://www.tcd.ie/medicine/research/researchers/marina-lynch.php Ageing, Alzheimers disease, inflammation, neurodegeneration
Ms. Orla Lynch Research Projects Officer Dundalk Institute of Technology Funded Research, Microbiology, Foodborne pathogens
Professor Fiona Lyng Head, DIT Centre for Radiation and Environmental Science Dublin Institute of Technology http://www.dit.ie/resc/personnel/staff/fionamlyng.html radiation biology, biophotonics
Professor Mike Lyons Professor & Head of School of Chemistry Trinity College Dublin Ireland Electrochemical water splitting, electrocatalysis, electrochemical sensors
Dr. Brian Mac Namee Lecturer University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/brian.macnamee artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics
Dr. Jonathan Mackey Royal Society-SFI university research fellow Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies https://homepages.dias.ie/jmackey/ Computational Astrophysics
Dr. Atif Madi Research Fellow Trinity College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/atif-madi-b50023a5/ Oral amorphous solid dosage formulations, solubility enhancement, fixed dose combinbations, advanced manufacturing techniques and charactersiations.
Professor Anita Maguire Vice President for Research and Innovation University College Cork https://www.linkedin.com/in/anita-maguire-728a669/ Synthetic organic chemistry including novel methodology for asymmetric synthesis, collaboration with the pharmaceutical industry, medicinal chemistry – antiviral agents, continuous flow for pharmaceutical process chemistry
Dr. Silvia Maretto Research Support Officer NUI Galway https://www.nuigalway.ie/research-office/ourteam/ International Funding for College of Science and College of Medicine
Professor Tiziana Margaria PI, Chair of Software Systems LERO Research Centre https://www.lero.ie/people/tiziana-margaria Professor Tiziana Margaria is Chair of Software Engineering and Head of Department at the Dept. of Computer Science and Information Systems at the University of Limerick. She also heads the Lero Committee on International Relations Development. She has broad experience in the use of formal methods for high assurance systems, in particular concerning functional verification, reliability, and compliance of complex heterogeneous systems. She is currently Vice President of the European Associa
Professor Margaret Mc Gee Lecturer University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/margaret.mcgee/about My research is focused on understanding the processes that contribute to the development and progression of cancer, in particular signals between normal and cancer cells within the bone marrow microenvironment that promote haematopoietic malignancies and metastatic bone cancer.
Mr. Colm McAtamney General Manager AMBER Research Centre
Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe Director, UCD Perinatal Research Centre University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/medicine/professorfionnualamcauliffe/ My major research interests are in perinatal health, nutrition, diabetes and obesity in pregnancy. We have developed an internationally competitive research programme in this area and currently have a number of randomised controlled trials on-going. PEARS is examining the impact of a lifestyle intervention with smart phone app support on rates of gestational diabetes in overweight and obese pregnancy. Microbe Mom examines the relationship between mother and baby microbiome. TEST is an RCT examin
Professor Conor McCarthy Director CONFIRM Research Centre www.confirm.ie Digital Manufacturing,
Professor Alma McCarthy Professor of Public Sector Management NUI Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/business-and-economics/almamccarthy/ public sector leadership and human resource development, training, work-life balance, and 360º feedback
Dr. Siobhán McClean University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/siobhán-mcclean-0b635445/ Vaccines; chronic respiratory infection; cystic fibrosis
Professor Tim McCormac Head of Research Dundalk Institute of Technology electrochemistry, photophysics, inoraganic chemistry
Ms. Triona Mccormack Director of Research University College Dublin
Dr. Sarah McCormack Associate Professor Trinity College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahj-mccormack/ Sustainable Energy particularly solar energy & thermal energy storage
Dr. Claire McCoy Lecturer, Future Research Leader Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Immunology, macrophages, microRNAs, Multiple Sclerosis, Immunotherapy
Dr. Niall McDonough Director - Policy, Innovation and Research Support Marine Institute Research & Innovation Policy and Funding - Specific Focus on Marine & Maritime Research and the Blue Economy
Professor Jennifer McElwain 1711 Chair of Botany Trinity College Dublin https://www.tcd.ie/Botany/people/JMCELWAI/ Global Change Biology, Climate Change, Plant Evolution, Palaeobotany, Plant Sciences
Mr. Aidan McElwaine Pre Award Accountant, UCD Research University College Dublin www.ucd.ie Financial Support for Research Proposals
Dr. Niall McEvoy SFI SIRG PI Trinity College Dublin http://chemistry.tcd.ie/staff/people/duesberg/ASIN/niall/ I am a materials scientist with >12 years' experience in the synthesis and characterisation of various nanomaterials. My current research focuses on the synthesis of different 2D nanomaterials, including graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), by chemical vapour deposition (CVD), a scalable and industry-compatible method. The use of these materials as active components for an array of different applications is currently being assessed.
Mr. Ciaran McEvoy Research Projects Officer Trinity College Dublin www.tcd.ie Research Support
Dr. Eoghan McGarrigle Lecturer University College Dublin http://mcgarrigleresearch.wordpress.com/ Carbohydrate Chemistry, Organocatalysis, Automation of Chemical Synthesis, Stereoselective Synthesis, Organosulfur Chemistry, Phosphorus Chemistry, Heterocycles
Dr. Fiona McGillicuddy Assistant Professor University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/medicine/drfionamcgillicuddy/ Obesity, metabolic disease, cardiovascular disease, inflammation
Professor Gary McGuire Professor University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/gary.mcguire Mathematics of Encryption and the related algorithms.
Professor John McHale Dean, Colege of Business, Public Policy & Law, NUI Galway NUI Galway Science policy
Professor Peter McHugh Dean of Engineering and Informatics NUI Galway https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-mchugh-56192a7/ Computational mechanics in biomedical engineering
Professor John Gerard McInerney Professor of Physics/Dean of Science University College Cork Univ College Cork Laser dynamics and apps, photonic materials and devices
Dr. Russell McLaughlin Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin https://bioinf.gen.tcd.ie/ctg Complex trait genomics with a special focus on neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric diseases. Also, population genetics, especially in the Irish (human) population.
Professor Tristan McLoughlin Associate Professor Trinity College Dublin https://www.maths.tcd.ie/~tristan/ My current research is in the area of Quantum Field theory, Quantum Gravity and String theory. I am particularly interested in using symmetries to find exact results in gauge and gravity theories.
Dr. Peter McLoughlin Head of the School of Science and Computing Waterford Institute of Technology Sensing, pharmaceutical innovation
Dr. Jennifer McManus Head of Department of Chemistry Maynooth University https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/faculty-science-engineering/our-people/jennifer-mcmanus Protein condensation and phase diagrams; Self-assembly of soft materials; Protein aggregation; Mechanical properties of soft materials and biological tissue; Bottom up approaches to synthetic biology; Membrane protein crystallization
Dr. Ciara McManus The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training
Dr. Tara McMorrow Associate Professor University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/tara.mcmorrow/about Our research focus is in the area of toxicology and the development of alternatives methods in toxicity testing. These include research into the use of high through-put screening in chemical toxicity testing, and identification of novel therapeutic compounds in cancer treatment.
Professor Laoise McNamara Professor in Biomedical Engineering NUI Galway www.mechanobiology.ie Mechanobiology, Biomechanics, Medical Devices, Osteoporosis
Dr. Kieran Meade Principal Investigator Teagasc Co. Meathwww.teagasc.ie/contact/staff-directory/m/kieran-meade/ Animal health and Immunology
Professor Matthias Möbius Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin https://www.tcd.ie/Physics/research/groups/mobius/group/matthias-mobius/ Soft Matter Physics, complex fluids rheology
Dr. Kieran Moran Head of Biomechanics Research INSIGHT Research Centre www.linkedin.com/in/kieranmorandcu 1. The use of sensor based technology (wearable sensors and fixed) to quantify human motion outside of the laboratory setting and to use the same sensors to provide relevant feedback to enhance movement and correct movement abnormalities (Connected Health, running, sport) based on approaches to behavioural change 2. Developing novel algorithms to analyze complex movement data. 3. Developing novel techniques to explore and identify each individual's optimal movement technique in order to enhanc
Professor Grace Morgan Associate Professor University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/grace.morgan/ Molecular magnetism, switchable materials, ionic liquids, multiferroics, carbon capture, silver antibiotics
Dr. Aoife Morrin Dublin City University Dublin
Dr. Mohammad Mousavi Research Fellow University College Dublin
Professor Paul Moynagh Professor and Head of Department Maynooth University https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/biology/our-people/paul-moynagh Understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying inflammation with a view to developing new therapeutic strategies in the treatment of inflammatory diseases.
Professor Grace Mulcahy Professor, Veterinary Microbiology and Parasitology University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/grace.mulcahy/about Helminth immunobiology, vaccines, co-infections, one health
Professor Brendan Murphy Professor and Head of School of Mathematics & Statistics University College Dublin https://ucd.elements.symplectic.org/userprofile.html?uid=5616&em=false Statistics
Professor Paul Murphy Established Professor of Chemistry NUI Galway https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-murphy-83681827/?originalSubdomain=ie The Murphy research group is active in organic chemistry, especially carbohydrate chemistry. There are current projects in the areas of bioactive compound design and synthesis (glycomimetics targeting galectins and siglecs), synthesis method development (anomerisation, glycosidation, tandem reactions) and reactivity. Research has been funded by Science Foundation Ireland, the Irish Research Council and the EU, and there has also been contribution from industry (Roche, Eli Lilly, Astellas, Pfizer
Dr. Maria Nash EU Affairs Executive SFI Staff https://www.linkedin.com/in/marianashphd/ Tissue Engineering, Polymer Science, Materials Science, Cytology
Dr. Kanishka Nilaweera Senior Researcher Teagasc https://ie.linkedin.com/in/kanishka-nilaweera-949b0742 Obesity (excess fat accumulation) is a major health problem throughout the world. My research aims to understand how our body weight is controlled and how changes to the associated mechanisms lead to the development of obesity. Utilising this knowledge, new dietary therapies will be created to combat weight gain and thus, development of obesity.
Dr. Michael Nolan Senior Staff Resarcher Tyndall National Institute https://www.tyndall.ie/people/michael-nolan/ Modelling of materials for nanodevices and energy. First principles DFT simulations of materials surfaces, interfaces, surface reactions, film growth and catalysis. Hydrogen production from water and CO2 conversion. Metal interconnects and film growth.
Dr. Yvonne Nolan Senior Lecturer University College Cork http://research.ucc.ie/profiles/C003/ynolan The effects of inflammation, exercise, stress and diet on hippocampal plasticity and neurogenesis (the birth of new neurons) and on associated learning and memory throughout the lifespan. She also investigates the impact of these lifestyle factors in models of Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s disease.
Professor John O Doherty University College Dublin
Professor Brian O Gallachoir Director of MaREI Centre MaREI Research Centre http://www.marei.ie/people/brian-o-gallachoir/ The SFI MaREI Centre is a €55M energy and marine-based research, development and innovation hub based in Ireland with 200 researchers and 48 industry partners. Brian's research focus is on building and using integrated energy systems models to inform energy and climate change mitigation policy. Brian is also elected Chair of IEA’s Technology Collaboration Programme on energy systems modelling (IEA-ETSAP). Recent publications focus on feasibility of a well-below-2°C world, how energy systems mode
Dr. Bill O Leary GM CONFIRM Research Centre https://ie.linkedin.com/billoleary1 Advanced Manufacturing, robotics, data analytics, IoT
Dr. John O' Toole senior postdoctoral researcher INFANT Research Centre www.infantcentre.ie Biomedical signal processing and machine learning
Professor Fergal O'Brien AMBER Deputy Director, Prof. of Bioengineering & Regenerative Medicine Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland http://pi.rcsi.ie/pi/fjobrien/pi.asp His research focuses on the development of natural polymer scaffold-based therapeutics for tissue engineering with target applications in bone, cartilage, cardiovascular, corneal, respiratory and neural tissues. A major focus of ongoing research has been to functionalise these scaffolds for use as delivery systems for biomolecules with a particular interest in the delivery of nucleic acids (pDNA, siRNA and microRNA). His group also focusses on the use of these scaffolds as advanced 3D pathophys
Dr. Ivan O'Connell MCCI Principal Investigator Tyndall National Institute www.mcci.ie Analogue Mixed Signal Design
Professor Noel O'Connor INSIGHT Research Centre https://www.insight-centre.org/users/noel-oconnor Multimedia content analysis, deep learning, information retrieval
Professor Rosemary O'Connor Professor of Cell Biology, Head, School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology. University College Cork Cancer and Ageing
Professor Rosemary O'Connor Professor of Cell Biology, Head, School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology. University College Cork https://www.ucc.ie/en/biochemistry/research/cancerbiology/oconnor/ Cancer and Ageing
Professor Darran O'Connor Associate Professor Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland http://pi.rcsi.ie/pi/darranoconnor/ Cancer Research
Dr. Gerard O'Connor Head of School, Physics NUI Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/physics/gerardoconnor/ Laser Enabled Printed Electronics & Printed Biomaterials.
Dr. Terence O'Donnell Associate Professor University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/terence.odonnell Current research interests are on the use of power electronics converters in power systems and in particular on the integration and interfacing of power electronics to the grid. Specific topics of research at present include the use of low frequency AC as a transmission technology for offshore wind, the role of solid state transformers in the distribution grid, virtual synchronous machine control for inverters and the development of real time simulation with power hardware in the loop.
Dr. John O'Donoghue Chemistry Education Coordinator Trinity College Dublin https://ie.linkedin.com/in/johndhodonoghue Main research areas are investigations on new ways to incorporate contextualization into chemistry education at all levels and raising the public awareness of chemistry in every day lives. Previous work includes improving students understanding of analytical skills in chemistry education.
Dr. Stephen O'Driscoll SFI Staff https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephenodriscoll/
Ms. Lorna O'Driscoll Communications Senior Executive SFI Staff https://www.linkedin.com/in/lornaodriscoll/ Science Communication
Professor Colm O'Dwyer Professor of Chemical Energy University College Cork http://www.appliednano.ie Energy storage, optical and electronic materials, batteries, 3D printing
Professor Vincent O'Flaherty Professor of Microbiology NUI Galway https://www.linkedin.com/in/vincent-o-flaherty-38076324/ Microbiology, Biofilms, Antimicrobials, Anaerobic Digestion
Professor James O'Gara NUI Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/natural-sciences/jamespogara/
Professor Donal O'Gorman Director, National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology Dublin City University https://www.linkedin.com/in/donal-o-gorman-76b62b2b/ Metabolism, type 2 diabetes, ageing, cell biology, insulin resistance, mitochondrial function
Dr. Martin O'Halloran Senior Lecturer in Medical Electronics NUI Galway www.tmdlab.ie Medical Devices
Professor GREGORY O'HARE Professor University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/gregory.ohare IoT, Ubiquitous Computing, Smart Farming, Multi-Agent Systems
Mr. Brendan O'Malley Former General Manager LERO Research Centre https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendanomalley/ Software is teh means by which the systems that run our world are implemented. Lero researches the methods, tools and approaches necessary to build and develop reliable, fit-for-purpose software systems that we can depend on.
Professor Shane O'Mara Professor of Experimental Brain Research Trinity College Dublin www.shaneomara.com biology of brain and behaviour; public policy and neuroscience
Dr. Sandra O'Neill Associate Professor Dublin City University Ireland Vaccines and Immune therapies
Dr. Aisling O'Neill National Research Programme Officer Waterford Institute of Technology https://www.linkedin.com/in/aisling-o-neill-phd-53946713/ As National Research Programme officer, I am the contact point between all the national funding agencies and our various researchers and research groups within WIT. As such, my work spans a variety of disciplines.
Professor Brian O'Neill Director - Research, Enterprise & Innovation Dublin Institute of Technology https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianoneilldit/
Professor Eoin O'Reilly Chief Scientist Tyndall National Institute http://research.ucc.ie/profiles/D006/eoin.oreilly@tyndall.ie Theory driven analysis of emerging materials areas and device concepts including III-N materials for visible and UV sources; SiGeSn alloys for direct-gap group IV devices; Highly mismatched semiconductor alloys. Multiscale materials/device simulation
Professor Declan O'Sullivan Principal Investigator @ ADAPT ADAPT Research Centre http://people.tcd.ie/Profile?Username=osulldps Prof. Declan O’Sullivan is Director of Research in the School of Computer Science & Statistics at Trinity College Dublin, and is a Principal Investigator within the SFI ADAPT centre. His primary research focus is on developing techniques for the agile, managed and sustainable integration and publication of data. He is established as a leading researcher with an international reputation for high quality, high impact research in the area of knowledge and data engineering of adaptive ICT systems.
Dr. Niamh O'Sullivan Assistant Professor University College Dublin fniamhy.wixsite.com/osullivanlab neurodegeneration, model organisms, subcellular imaging
Dr. Marcia Oliveira Post Doctoral Fellow Teagasc http://linkedin.com/in/marcia-oliveira-2bba30115 I am a food microbiologist with special interest in food safety, foodborne pathogens, antimicrobials, bacterial stress responses, biocontrol and novel technologies of food preservation.
Dr. Darragh O’Neill Scientific Programme Manager SFI Staff http://linkedin.com/in/darragh-o-neill-12539b129
Professor Abhay Pandit Scientific Director CURAM Research Centre http://curamdevices.ie/curam/about-us/our-people/director/professor-abhay-pandit.html Prof. Pandit has developed tuneable extracellular matrix-based cell-delivery platforms as highly customised matrices with an array of self-assembling proteins that dictate specific cell function resembling the native tissue of interest for repair. These biomaterial platforms have been validated to act as inductive templates for constructive remodelling and as templates for the induction of de novo functional, site-appropriate, tissue formation. The effect of the complex milieu of signals, consis
Ms. Dipti Pandya Senior Manager: Research Programmes University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/diptipandya/
Dr. Anne Parle-McDermott Associate Professor/Head of School of Biotechnology Dublin City University Dublin Prof. Anne Parle-McDermott’s research group focuses on understanding the importance of folate nutrition for human health. Folic acid supplementation/fortification has known benefits in the prevention of birth defects and other human diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease, but the underlying mechanism of how it does this has not been fully elucidated. Research at the Parle-McDermott laboratory aims to decipher the molecular mechanism of how folate plays such an important role in hu
Professor Andrew Parnell Hamilton Professor Maynooth University https://ie.linkedin.com/in/andrew-parnell-412a1387 Bayesian statistics, Machine Learning
Mr. Aengus Parsons Director of Research NUI Galway
Dr. Liliana Pasquale Lecturer/Assistant Professor University College Dublin http://lili-pasquale.lero.ie Software engineering; security & privacy by design; forensic readiness; regulatory compliance
Ms. Apurva Patange PostDoctoral researcher Teagasc https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Apurva_Patange Research in my group aims to understand the microbiological interactions and elucidate the mechanistic and biochemical pathways central to the process of microbial biofilm formation and to uncover novel targets for prevention of microbial biofilms using novel technologies such as cold plasma and ultrasound.
Dr. Emanuele Pelucchi Head of Group Tyndall National Institute https://www.tyndall.ie/epitaxy-and-physics-of-nanostructures III-V MOVPE Epitaxy and sources of quantum light
Professor Dirk Pesch Head of Centre, Nimbus Research Centre Cork Institute of Technology https://www.linkedin.com/in/dirk-pesch-a05b146/ Design and analysis of networking protocols and distributed networked systems and service for the Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems.
Dr. Plamen Petkov SFI Fellow ADAPT Research Centre https://www.linkedin.com/in/plamen-petkov-3715465a/ Web Tracking, Data Privacy, Data governance, Data Quality, Information Systems
Professor Andrew Phillips Assistant Professor University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/chemistry/drandrewphillips/ Energy, Catalysts, Green Chemistry, Computational Chemistry
Professor Jochen Prehn Professor of Physiology & Director of the Centre for Systems Medicine FutureNeuro Research Centre https://www.futureneurocentre.ie/ Neurodegeneration, Neuroprotection, Mitochondria, Apoptosis, Cancer Therapeutics, Systems Biology, Data Integration, Diagnostics
Dr. Roger Preston Lecturer Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland https://prestonlab.com/ Administration of recombinant versions of endogenous plasma proteins is a common therapeutic approach to hematological and inflammatory disorders, but can be expensive, immunogenic and associated with undesirable side-effects. Our research group seeks to address these deficiencies by generating enhanced recombinant therapeutics through innovative bioengineering of existing plasma proteins and cellular receptors. We are particularly interested in the protein C pathway, whose multiple roles
Professor Gregory Provan Professor University College Cork http://publish.ucc.ie/researchprofiles/D005/gprovan autonomous systems, machine learning, diagnosis, control, embedded systems
Dr. Jeff Punch Assistant Dean for Research University of Limerick Thermal energy management; energy harvesting; reliability physics
Dr. Aidan Quinn Deputy Head, Micro & Nano Systems Centre, Tyndall Tyndall National Institute www.tyndall.ie Dr Quinn’s research is focused on development of hybrid fabrication routes for nanostructured electrodes (on semiconductor chips and also on plastic and metal foil substrates) for energy storage and sensing applications.
Dr. Swetha Rathan SFI Post-Doctoral Fellow Trinity College Dublin www.linkedin.com/in/swetharathan Working on DIABETES-REVERSING-IMPLANTS FOR ENHANCED VIABILITY AND LONG TERM EFFICACY (DRIVE) project in Boston Scientific as a SFI Industry Fellow. I am specifically working on developing a catheter to deliver pancreatic islets in a minimally invasive manner.
Professor Tom Ray Professor of Astrophysics Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies www.dias.ie Astrophysics, Detector Development, Space Physics
Dr. Cristina Reschke Honorary Lecturer & Research Fellow Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cristina_Reschke Researcher in Neuroscience studying mechanisms underlying epilepsy and the pre-clinical discovery of novel therapies to modify the disease and/or prevent of seizures, brain injuries and related comorbidities. The main research focus is on the delivery of microRNA-based and brain-targeted therapies through clinically relevant routes.
Dr. Alison Reynolds Assistant Professor in Veterinary Biosciences University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-reynolds-4092864 Blindness, translational research, drug discovery and development, pre-clinical models, dry eye disease, vascular and inflammatory eye disease, inherited retinal degeneration
Professor Helen Roche Professor of Nutrigenomics University College Dublin University College Dublin, Ireland Nutrition & Health
Professor Brian Rodriguez Professor University College Dublin https://www.nanofunction.org/professor-brian-rodriguez/ Nanoscale measurements of functional properties of ferroelectric, energy, and biological materials. Exploiting surface reactivity for sensing applications. Role of charge and topography on cell function. 3D bioprinting.
Mr. David Rossiter AMBER Finance Director AMBER Research Centre www.linkedin.com/in/david-rossiter-fcca-73b772135/
Professor Marco Ruffini Assistant Professor CONNECT Research Centre https://marcoruffini.com/ Designing and demonstration of SDN-based dynamic control and management platform for broadband access networks to enable efficient sharing of physical resources among multiple Network Operators and Service Providers. Virtualisation of optical access networks. Design of architectures for converged metro/access networks to enable multi-service and multi-tenant optical access networks based on Passive Optical Network concepts. Development of protocol and architectures for the convergence of the fix
Dr. Anthony Ryan Senior Scientist Other http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5005-3344 My research focuses on genomics, and aims to understand how genetic variation and gene expression give rise to differences in disease susceptibility among individuals. Previous work has focused on autoimmune diseases including coeliac disease, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and atherosclerosis.
Professor Kevin M. Ryan Professor of Chemical Nanotechnology University of Limerick www.ifnano.com Nanomaterials Synthesis and Applications in Energy Storage, Energy Conversion and Pharmaceuticals
Dr. Aideen Ryan Research Lecturer in Tumour Immunology NUI Galway https://www.linkedin.com/in/a-e-ryan My research interests lie in understanding immune suppression in the tumour microenvironment and discovering new combination strategies to activate anti-tumour immunity Research Interests - Understanding mechanisms of immune evasion in colon cancer with particular focus on the influence of tumor cell NF-κB activity on the microenvironment - The influence of NF-κB activity in colon tumor cells on macrophage polarization and sensitivity to apoptosis - Colon tumor cell and stromal cell interac
Dr. Tomas Ryan Assistant Professor Trinity College Dublin ryan-lab.org Memory engrams, instincts, optogenetics, neuroscience ryan-lab.org
Dr. Michael Ryan Head of International SFI Staff https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ryan-a9788aa/
Professor Alan Ryder Principal Investigator NUI Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/nanoscale/ My research group, the Nanoscale Biophotonics Laboratory (NBL) is a multi-disciplinary research group that utilities advanced photonics technologies for analytical science applications. The NBL researches and develops advanced analytical methods based on spectroscopic measurement methods and chemometric (i.e. multivariate) data analysis. These methods are primarily applied in the bio-pharmaceutical manufacturing domain and for protein analysis.
Dr. Puneet Saidha Director Research Support Services University of Limerick www.ul.ie/research
Professor Corrado Santocanale Professor of Molecular Medicine NUI Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/natural-sciences/corradosantocanale/ Molecular Genetics, Cancer Biology, DNA replication. CDC7 kinase inhibitors block DNA replication and are developed as treatment for cancer. Using genome-editing technologies we are discovering the role that CDC7 plays in several processes leading to cell division.
Dr. Ivana Savic Staff researcher Tyndall National Institute https://www.ivanasavic.science/ material modelling, thermoelectric materials, materials for energy applications
Dr. Micheál D. Scanlon Lecturer University of Limerick https://www.linkedin.com/in/michealscanlon/ Electrochemistry at Immiscible Liquid-Liquid Interfaces; Self-Assembly of Nanomaterials at Immiscible Liquid-Liquid Interfaces; Solar Energy Conversion.
Mr. Peter Scott Senior Manager University College Dublin www.linkedin.com/in/peterscottucd Key interests are research strategy development, and the planning of major research programmes.
Ms. Ciana Scouler SFI Staff
Professor Cathal Seoighe Professor of Bioinformatics NUI Galway http://maths.nuigalway.ie/biocluster/researchers/cathalseoighe/ Genomics, Transcriptomics, Molecular Evolution
Professor Kalpana Shankar Professor, UCD University College Dublin http://kalpanashankar.com/index.html My research interests broadly encompass the intersection of societies, cultures, and attitudes and practices around the concept of “data”. I also work on scholarly practices, what is increasingly called “research on research”. Current projects include the longevity of data archives, peer review, and information ethics in both.
Dr. Iain Shaw Operations Director CURAM Research Centre https://www.linkedin.com/in/iain-shaw-595b407/
Dr. Helen Sheridan Associate Professor of Drug Discovery. School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Trinity College Dublin. Trinity College Dublin http://people.tcd.ie/Profile?Username=hsheridn Using nature and traditional medicine as sources for the design and discovery of therapeutic molecules targeted at unmet clinical need.
Dr. Christophe Silien Senior Lecturer University of Limerick https://ulsites.ul.ie/physics/mosaic-modelling-simulation-and-innovative-characterisation Nano-materials, Bio-materials, Non-linear microscopy, Diagnostics
Dr. Sally Smith Director of Research Dublin City University https://www.dcu.ie/researchsupport/contact.shtml
Professor Aljosa Smolic SFI Research Professor of Creative Technologies Trinity College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/aljosa-smolic-3a26644 Visual computing, i.e. computer vision, computer graphics, media technology, esp. augmented and virtual reality
Professor Barry Smyth Digital Chair of Computer Science University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/bsmyth/ Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Recommender Systems
Professor Charles Spilla e Director of Ryan Institute NUI Galway www.spillanelab.org Genetics; Biotechnology; AgriResearch; Climate Smart Agriculture; Climate Change; Sustainability
Professor Raymond Stallings Director of Research Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Royal College of Surgeons in Irealnd
Professor Plamen Stamenov Ussher Lecturer in Physics (Nanomagnetism) and PI Trinity College Dublin https://www.tcd.ie/Physics/people/Plamen.Stamenov/ Magnetism and Spin Electronics, Applied Superconductivity
Dr. Srinivas Suda SFI Industry research Fellow The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training www.linkedin.com/in/srinivas-suda-a0884513 Mammalian Cell Engineering, Bio-Pharma Upstream Process Development, Gene Editing, miRNA engineering with CRISPR/Cas9, CHO Cell Line development ,Recombinant Protein Production
Dr. Laura Taajamaa SFI Staff
Dr. Lidia Tajber Associate Professor Trinity College Dublin www.linkedin.com/in/lidiatajber (Bio)pharmaceutical materials, development and processing, nanotechnology and pharmaceutical ionic liquids.
Dr. Claire Timon Senior Researcher University College Dublin Dublin Nutrition and Connected Health
Professor Brijesh Tiwari Principal Research Officer Teagasc Dublin https://www.teagasc.ie/contact/staff-directory/t/brijesh-k-tiwari/
Dr. Le-Nam Tran Lecturer / Assistant Professor University College Dublin https://sites.google.com/site/namletran/home My research is generally on advanced signal processing techniques for optimising wireless communication networks, witha particular emphasis on MIMO techniques, full-duplex transmit design, physical layer security, energy-efficient communications, cloud radio access networks (CRANs). Current research focuses on reducing energy consumption and enhancing wireless security for 5G networks.
Professor Miles Turner Professor Dublin City University https://www.dcu.ie/physics/people/miles-turner.shtml Plasma physics, plasma application in electronic materials processing, biomedical devices, agriculture, etc.
Professor Jagdish K Vij Professor Trinity College Dublin www.tcd.ie/~jvij Self-organisation of Nano materials and Advanced Electronic Materials for next generation of photonics and displays
Professor Paul Walsh Director SIGMA Research Lab Cork Institute of Technology https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulwalshireland/ Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Medical Informatics
Dr. Naomi Walsh research fellow Dublin City University linkedin.com/in/naomi-walsh-88353142 Current research is focused on developing organotypic 3D cancer models to define and validate the biological consequences of genomic variants of pancreatic cancer.
Dr. James Walsh SFI SIRG fellow Dublin City University https://ie.linkedin.com/in/james-j-walsh-6a354821 CO2 reduction, solar fuels, electrochemistry, spectroscopy, new materials for catalysis
Professor Wenxin Wang Professor University College Dublin www.ucd.ie/charles/people/professorwenxinwang/ Gene therapy, Skin wound healing, Advanced functional bio-materials, Green Chemistry, Controlled/living Polymerization
Professor William Watson Professor of Cancer Biology University College Dublin https://people.ucd.ie/william.watson Biomarkers, Prostate Cancer
Professor Andy Way Professor ADAPT Research Centre http://www.computing.dcu.ie/~away/ Machine Translation, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence
Dr. Alice Wemaere Research Manager - EPA Research Programme State Agency https://www.linkedin.com/in/alice-wemaere-66062441/
Ms. Le Wen PhD student Teagasc www.linkedin.com/in/le-wen-53a6a1156/ Novel extraction technologies of biomolecules from food by-products and waste streams
Dr. Robert Whelan Associate Professor of Psychology Trinity College Dublin Co. Dublin http://www.whelanlabtcd.org/
Dr. Mark White Vice President For Research, Innovation & Graduate studies Waterford Institute of Technology
Dr. Yan Yan Assistant Professor University College Dublin http://www.ucd.ie/cbni/people/cbni-management-team/dryanyan/#d.en.239322 BioNano Interactions, Nanotechnology, Biochemistry
Dr. Jon Yearsley Lecturer University College Dublin www.ucd.ie/ecomodel Resilience of ecological systems from remote sensing data. Transient dynamics of ecological systems. Connectivity between deep sea ecosystems.
Professor Xinmin Zhan Professor NUI Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/engineering-informatics/civil-engineering/people/iris/xinminzhan/ development of efficient and cost-effective water treatment technologies with focus on nitrogen removal and phosphorus recovery; technology development for waste management and resource recovery in the livestock sector for building a green agriculture
Ms. Kexin Zhang PhD student University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/kexin-zhang-07358b109/ The effect and mechanisms of plasma treatment on biomolecular oxidation and modification
Ms. Yiming Zhao PhD student University College Dublin https://www.linkedin.com/in/yiming-zhao-83a43613b/ Using novel technologies including plasma, ultrasound to pelagic fish to see the microbial inactivation and also the prolonged shelf-life, meanwhile, physical and chemical part of fish also stay in good state.
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