BABAI 1977 PhD 1984
- industrial engineering
- discrete-event simulation
- operations management
- capacity planning
- human factors of integration
- quantitative methods
- qualitative methods
- evidence-informed management
work design and plant layout; operations planning and control; work psychology, organisation structure and management, SCOR model, capacity, modelling and simulation, optimisation; engineering economy and decision-making; quality / six-sigma and lean continuous process improvement.
BTech/BSc (Hons): Production Management, Manufacturing Technology, Manufacturing Systems, Wood Science and Technology; BTechEd (Hons): Engineering and Technology, Information Technology and Telecommunications; BSc (Hons): Pharmaceutical Chemistry; BEng (Hons): Industrial Engineering, Production Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Computer Engineering; BBS (Hons) Minor stream in Supply-Chain Management; Dip (L 8 distance): Supply-Chain Management; SpDip(L 9 distance): Supply-Chain Management (quant).
1996-2009 BTech/BSc Production Management; 2010- Dip/Sp Diploma in Supply-Chain; Dip Lean in Healthcare.
- 2007 Fellow, Royal Academy of Medicine of Ireland Section for Healthcare Management
- 1999 Member, Engineers Ireland
- 1999 Associate Member, Irish Ergonomics Society
- 1984 National University of Ireland - Ph.D.
- 1977 Dublin University - BA BAI
- 1984 - PhD (Engineering)
- 1977 - BABAI (Engineering)
- 1977 An Foras Taluntais, Oakpark Research Centre, Carlow - Postgraduate Research Student; Research Officer 1977-1984
- Quality Management in a Clinical Directorate, GUH 2007-2009. a research collaboration with Galway University Hospitals' Womens and Childrens Clinical Directorate. Collaborators: Mr C O'Hara Head HR Dept GUH, Prof S deBurca, Director Health Systems Research Centre UL, Dr Claire Armstrong Kemmy Business School, Peter Williams HSyRC/ERC UL.
- Health Manager's Perception of Reforms National Survey 2009. a research collaboration between the Health Systems Research Centre and the Health Management Institute of Ireland. Collaborators: Mr Denis Doherty, President HMI, and Prof S DeBurca, Health Systems Research Centre UL, Peter Williams HSyRC/ERC UL.
- Student Status Committee,