I2E2 Staff

Center Administration

  • Barry Kennedy, CEO

    Barry Kennedy qualified with an MSc from University of Dublin, Trinity College Dublin in 1996. Barry has worked in a research environment in Trinity College Dublin for 10 years before commencing work with Intel.

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  • Mark Fitzpatrick, Research Administrator

    Mark Fitzpatrick is the research administrator for ICMR. Mark joined Intel in August 1995. He has worked in various areas in Intel’s wafer manufacturing and more recently as a Training Specialist in Manufacturing Training.

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Researchers In Residence

  • Emma Mooney, Research Assistant

    Mrs Mooney has a BE, (Process Engineering) from University College Cork, an MSc (Energy Management) from the University of Ulster and an MBA from the University of Limerick.  Currently Mrs Mooney is undertaking a PhD in the University of Limerick on Low Grade Energy Management, which is funded through the IRCSET EPS scheme in conjunction with Intel. Read more...  

  • Dr. David Kelly, Researcher in Residence

    David joined Intel in 1997 as a Process Engineer in the Thin Films area. He has held various engineering positions in both manufacturing and IQ during the past 13 years. He moved to his current position as a Researcher in Residence in the Innovation for Ireland's Energy Efficiency (I2E2) research centre in 2010. His areas of interest include water conservation and energy efficiency. Read more...  

  • Professor Krum Semkov, Senior Research Fellow

    Professor Semkov has an MSc (Mechanical Engineering) from the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary and a PhD (Chemical Engineering), Inst.of Chem. Engineering (IChE), Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS)

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  • Kevin Geoghegan

    Kevin Geoghegan MBA MIEI CEM received Electrical BSc(Eng) degree from Trinity College Dublin and MBA from Dublin City University. Programme owner for Energy and Utilities Conservation on the Intel Ireland site since 2002. Particular expertise in energy performance improvement, measurement, monitoring and targeting and solution implementation from facilities equipment to process tools.

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  • Niall Aughney

    Niall joined Intel in 1993 and worked in various process engineering and engineering management roles within Intel Ireland until 2009. His focus was on statistical   control and process improvement. He has implemented various factory improvement programs including Total Quality Management, High Precision Maintenance and Lean/6-Sigma programs within the areas he has managed.

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Academic Collaborators

  • Dr. Craig Meskell (TCD)

     

    Dr. Craig Meskell is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering in Trinity College, Dublin. His primary degree is in Aeronautical Engineering from QUB. He earned his PhD for work on flow-induced vibration in heat exchanger tube bundles. He has also been a Visiting Professor at McMaster University.  His technical expertise is in the area of unsteady fluid mechanics, especially when coupled with noise, vibration or structural interaction. For nearly a decade, he has focussed his work almost exclusively on power generating and energy conversion applications, having been active in the field of aircraft noise at a European level. He has written over forty peer reviewed papers on his work.

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  • Dr. Marcus Keane (NUI)

    Dr. Marcus Keane has extensive knowledge and experience in the development of integrated Building Information Models (BIM) that encapsulate the processes and data associated with holistic environmental & energy management in buildings and industrial processes. Dr. Keane founded the Informatics Research Unit for Sustainable Engineering (IRUSE) at University College Cork in 2000 and expanded IRUSE to be a dually affiliated research unit with NUI Galway following Dr. Keane's transfer in 2007. IRUSE has developed BIM’s for a number of buildings both in Ireland and the US through collaborations with our partners in Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) at the University of California at Berkeley.

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  • Paul Raftery (NUI)

    Paul Raftery is a graduate of Cork Institute of Technology where he obtained a BEng(Hons) Mechanical with first class honours. He worked for one year in the Facilities department of a major international biomedical engineering company in areas such as energy auditing, energy monitoring and precision gas mixing systems.

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