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Alec Rolston

Alec Rolston

Coordinator

Water is LIFE! I’m fascinated by how water shapes the world we live, whether through our physical
environment, our health and well-being, or our history and cultural values. And of course, it forms
the very basis of a pint. So no better way to engage people in science than over a pint in a cosy pu...

Caroline Gilleran Stephens

Caroline Gilleran Stephens

Organizer

I lecture in Biotechnology at Dundalk Institute of Technology. I’ve been fascinated by science ever since I got a microscope for my 8th birthday. I am involved in several science outreach initiatives including Cell Explorers and H2O Heroes.

Virginia Polonio

Virginia Polonio

Organizer

I have a B.Sc. in Environmental Sciences and a M.Sc. in Fisheries Management and Aquaculture. I have also obtained my Ph.D. in Biodiversity and Natural resources. My field of expertise is fisheries management systems and VMEs.

MARIA CALDERO PASCUAL

MARIA CALDERO PASCUAL

Organizer

I am a PhD student at Dundalk Institute of Technology, originally from Catalonia, and am interested in studying how to mitigate environment pollution and preserve aquatic ecosystems. I am studying nutrient dynamics in a lake catchment in Co. Mayo.

Niamh Dreeling

Niamh Dreeling

Organizer

I hold a degree in Food Science and Food Technology from DIT/Trinity College and aPhD in Agriculture from UCD. I love talking about science and helping others to learn about it. I’m looking forward to being part of pint of science in Dundalk.

Oonagh Giggins

Oonagh Giggins

Organizer

I’m a research fellow, interested in all things digital health and the application of novel technologies in rehabilitation, healthcare and clinical trials. I am delighted to help bring PoS to Dundalk for the first time.

Matthew Molloy

Matthew Molloy

Organizer

I received my B.Sc. in Physics and also a Research M.Sc. on Stellar Remnants at DCU. I was awarded a Marie Curie Ph.D. scholarship under the ESA's cornerstone Gaia mission. I currently teach Physics/Maths at DkIT and continue with Gaia research.

Bridget Kelly

Bridget Kelly

Organizer

I am a science lecturer at Dundalk Institute of Technology and I’ve been involved in a range of science outreach events. I’m an active member of drama and musical societies and am passionate about using creativity to teach science.

Tadhg Moore

Tadhg Moore

Organizer

PhD student in the Centre for Freshwater and Environmental Sciences in Dundalk. Area of research is water quality forecasting within lakes for water resource managers. Graduated with a BSc from the University College of Cork in 2016.

Dr Suzanne Linnane

Dr Suzanne Linnane

Organizer
Allison Murdock

Allison Murdock

Organizer