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Research Engineer
Cathal received a B.E. Degree in electrical engineering from University College, Dublin in 1990, and the MEngSc Degree in 1993, also from UCD. He joined Merrimack Transformers Ireland Ltd in 1993 as a design engineer where he remained until 2003. He was awarded Techstart Employee of the year 1994. After a period in non engineering work he returned in 2010 as a research assistant in a project to design, build and test a linear switched reluctance generator at the Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown, Dublin for 2 years. He then worked in Wavebob, a company involved with wave energy devices as a design engineer on the power electronics converter, for a short period and then lectured Mathematics for 1 year in the Institute of Technology, Carlow (2012-2013). He then started in his current position as a research Engineer in 2013 in the Energy Institute, UCD. His research interests are electrical machines, power electronics, Distributed Energy Resources and real time implementation.
Funded by: ESIPP