Energy Engineering People
Prof. Brian O Gallachoir. Professor of Energy Engineering, Director, National SFI MaREI Centre and Vice-Director of UCC's Environmental Research Institute.
Research Area: Energy Systems Modelling, Energy Policy.
Tel: +353-(0)21-490-3037 / +353-(0)21-490-1954
Prof. Jerry Murphy. Professor of Civil Engineering and Director, MaREI Centre Vice-Director of UCC's Environmental Research Institute.
Research Area: Biofuels & Bioenergy.
Tel: +353 (0)21 490 2286
Dr. Richard Kavanagh. Senior Lecturer in Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
Research Area: Mechatronics, robotics, reliability in energy engineering.
Tel: +353(0)21 490 2827
Dr. Hannah E. Daly,
Lecturer in Sustainable Energy
Research Area: Sustainable Energy Systems
Tel +353 21 490 2524
Dr. John Hayes. Lecturer in Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
Research Area: Power Electronics, Machines and Magnetics for Automotive and Energy Systems
Tel: +353(0)21 490 3796
Research Area: Wind Energy
Tel: +353(0)21 490 2017
Dr. Dominic O'Sullivan. Lecturer in Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Research Area: Energy Efficient Buildings & Systems.
Post Doctoral Fellows
Dr. Sara Armstrong - Dynamic Modelling of Wave Energy Convertors in Power SystemsE: email@example.com T: +353 21 4250040
Dr. Gordon Dalton - Economic Assessment of Wave Energy ConvertorsE: firstname.lastname@example.orgT: +353 21 4250028
Dr. Paul Deane - Energy and Power systems modelling, Energy Economics and Policy, Energy storage and Wind Resource Assessment.E: email@example.comT: +353 21 4901959 Dr Fionn Rogan - Climate technology; technology evaluation; innovation systems; energy systems modelling; energy policy; ex-post analysis of energy policies E: firstname.lastname@example.orgT: +353 21 4205282
Dr. Anne Marie O'Hagan - Law, policy & environmental aspects of wave energyE: A.OHagan@ucc.ieT: +353 21 425 0015
Dr. Wanan Sheng - Hydrodynamics in Ocean Energy DevelopmentE: email@example.com T: +353 21 4250038
Awards and Distinctions
Science Foundation Ireland MaREI Research Centre Award
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has recently funded a €25 million Centre for Marine Renewable Energy Ireland (MaREI). The Centre is a cluster of key university and industrial partners dedicated to solving the main scientific, technical and socio-economic challenges related to ocean energy. MaREI will be based in UCC and will be shared between third-level institutions in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Maynooth.