University College Dublin 2009 - 2014, Newpark School, 2003 - 2009
Masters in Mechanical Engineering
Teaching Assistant @ International Space University
Favourite thing to do in engineering: Build stuff, fail, build it better
I am an Irish Mechanical Engineer with a huge interest in space and exploring its benefits for life on Earth.
A Mechanical Engineer, I graduated from UCD in 2014 and have worked in Engineering, Space Education and Communications since then. I worked to bring the 2017 Space Studies Program to Ireland last year, (the worlds biggest space learning program) where we had astronauts, scientists, and artists teaching students about all things space.
I am an avid scuba diver and surfer and in my spare time you can find me building things and generally making a mess in my workshop.
I work with the International Space University's Space Studies Program organizing the worlds best space learning program.
What I'd do with the money
Creating inspiring workshops to bring space and engineering into the class room.
I love creating workshops to help communicate the wonders of science, engineering and space to students. This price would let me reach more students, create more interactive workshops and increase their excitement factor!
How would you describe yourself in 3 words?
driven, creative, analytical
What's the best thing you've done as an engineer?
Designed a control system to remove pieces of space debris
What or who inspired you to become an engineer?
What was your favourite subject at school?
What did you want to be after you left school?
Were you ever in trouble at school?
If you weren't an engineer, what would you be?
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What is the most fun thing you've done?
Climbed to the base camp of Mt. Everest
If you had 3 wishes for yourself what would they be? - be honest!
I could go to Mars, I could learn to fly and I could live in a gravity free environment
Tell us a joke.
Did you hear about the magic tractor? He went down the road and turned into a field!