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Obituary: Vincent (James V) O'Connor, 1945-2022

It was with a great sense of sadness and loss that we record the passing of Vincent (James V) O’Connor, BE, civil engineer, ‘Myrtle House’, Crossford, Ardmore and formerly of Cappoquin, Co Waterford.

My engineering life Q&A: Lavinia Morris, COO at KBC Bank Ireland

Engineer and C-suite professional Lavinia Morris is chief operations officer and a member of the executive committee at KBC Bank Ireland with day-to-day responsibility for technology, operations, strategic change and innovation.

The life of a process engineer: Meet Morven Duffy

Morven Duffy holds a BSc in applied physics from Dublin City University and has been working at Intel for 23 years where she has been employed as a process engineer.

Why I became an engineer: Anita Earley

Anita Earley joined Intel in 1996 as a quality engineer, partnering closely with motherboard assembly suppliers. In 1999 she moved to Ireland Fab Operations to embark on her career as an integration engineer, and has recently taken on a new role as the 14nm integration engineering manager.

The power of automation – using scripting to optimise designs

As technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, the need for process automation within our industry is increasing. Automation through scripting is a valuable process that enables us to efficiently manage and manipulate important data to deliver more efficient and sustainable outcomes, writes Arup structural engineer Daniel Keating.

Untapped resource: An analysis of tidal stream energy extraction in Ireland and the UK

The commercialisation of wind energy systems has far exceeded that of tidal stream turbines and is a mature technology with a range of support services. This article will explore the reasons for this difference in the technologically similar wind and tidal stream contributions to the national grids of Ireland and the UK, writes Mike Barrett.


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