New researcher joins Ultrasonics Research Group
James Kelly has joined the Ultrasonics Research Group, UCC as a new PhD researcher.
James Kelly holds a Masters in Engineering (major: Sustainable Energy) from University College Cork, Ireland (2009), and a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, USA (2005). He is currently a PhD candidate in the Ultrasonics Research Group in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in UCC, and is based at the Hydraulic and Maritime Research Centre (HMRC). His thesis focuses on real-time monitoring and control of ocean energy converters. Before beginning his PhD studies, he worked as a research engineer at the HMRC from 2009-2011 and was part of a number of ocean energy projects including the deployment of an off-shore Oscillating Water Column during the CORES project. James is supported through the Irish Research Council's Enterprise Partnership Scheme.