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Gabriel Leen

Research Interests

Current and past research interests include:

  • Automotive Technologies, Hardware, Software and Systems
  • Distributed Embedded Control Networks
  • Formal Verification / Formal Methods
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • On-board Spacecraft Control Systems
  • Micro-drop generation and fluid dispensing
  • Optical fibre sensors for pressure and temperature
  • Medical applications of sensor technology
  • Non-invasive measurement of blood haemoglobin
  • Efficiency of internal combustion engines

Teaching Interests

  • Robotics: Sensors & Actuators, University of Limerick (spring 2014, 2015, 2016). Full responsibility for Lectures, Labs, Exams, etc.
  • Embedded Software. Full responsibility for Lectures, Labs, Exams, etc.
  • Industrial courses. Full responsibility for several industrial courses given on automotive systems
  • Supervision/co-supervision of 3 M.Eng. candidates and 6+ Ph.D.
  • External Examiner for 3 M.Eng. theses
  • Erasmus Students hosted 5+ Erasmus exchange students
  • Final Year Projects Supervised 10+ FYPs, including 2 which represented UL in the Hewlett Packard awards and 1 which represented UL in the Young Engineer of the Year Award

Professional Activities

Award

  • 2005 - Lindau Meeting of Nobel Laurets
  • 2003 - EMBARK Postdoctoral Fellowship Award
  • 2002 - IEE F.C. Williams Premium Award 2002
  • 2002 - Highly Commended Award
  • 1995 - University Presidential Presentation
  • 1995 - Young Engineer of the Year Award
  • 1995 - Chairman's Medal Award

Education

  • 2005 University of Limerick - Graduate Diploma
  • 2002 University of Limerick - Doctor of Philosophy
  • 2000 University of Limerick - Master of Engineering
  • 1995 University of Limerick - B.Eng.

Patent

  • 2003 S2002/0935 - A method and a communication system for transmitting data between a plurality of nodes in a data communication system
  • 1999 84296 - A network gateway
  • 1992 S65345 - A device to determine the thermal status of an internal combustion engine?

Committee

  • 2002 European Space Agency ¿ ¿Controller Area Network in Space¿ Working Group,
  • 1899 ISO TC22/SC3/WG1/TF6,

Employment

  • 1995 Leopold KOSTAL, DORTMUND, GERMANY - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER

Language

  • German

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Publications

Conference Publication

2015

24TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON OPTICAL FIBRE SENSORS
Duraibabu, D,Poeggel, S,Lehzen, K,Dooly, G,Lewis, E,Leen, G,Newe, T,Kalinowski, HJ,Fabris, JL,Bock, WJ
Optical Coherence Tomography And Coherence Techniques V DOI: 10.1117/12.2194572

2014

Novel miniature pressure and temperature optical fibre sensor based on an extrinsic Fabry-Perot Interferometer (EFPI) and Fibre Bragg Gratings (FBG) for the Ocean environment
Duraibabu, DB,Poeggel, S,Omerdic, E,Kalli, K,Capocci, R,Lacraz, A,Dooly, G,Lewis, E,Newe, T,Leen, G,Toal, D,
2012 Ieee Sensors Proceedings

2014

IEEE Sensors 2014
2. Duraibabu D B, Poeggel S, Omerdic E, Kalli K, Capocci R, Lacraz A, Dooly G, Lewis E, Newe T, Leen G, Toal D
DOI: 10.1109/ICSENS.2014.6985017

2011

BioPhotonics, 2011 International Workshop on
O'Keeffe, S and Bremer, K and Timm, U and McCarthy, D and Leen, G and Lewis, E
DOI: 10.1109/IWBP.2011.5954846

2010

Sensors, 2010 IEEE
McCarthy, D and O'Keeffe, S and Leen, G and Lewis, E

Other Publication

2015

A review of recent advances in optical fibre sensors for in vivo dosimetry during radiotherapy.
O'Keeffe S, McCarthy D, Woulfe P, Grattan MW, Hounsell AR, Sporea D, Mihai L, Vata I, Leen G, Lewis E
DOI: 10.1259/bjr.20140702

Peer Reviewed Journal

2016

Intra-Tissue Pressure Measurement in Ex Vivo Liver Undergoing Laser Ablation with Fiber-Optic Fabry-Perot Probe
Tosi, D,Saccomandi, P,Schena, E,Duraibabu, DB,Poeggel, S,Leen, G,Lewis, E
Sensors DOI: 10.3390/s16040544

2015

Recent Improvement of Medical Optical Fibre Pressure and Temperature Sensors
Poeggel, S.; Duraibabu, D.; Kalli, K.; Leen, G.; Dooly, G.; Lewis, E.; Kelly, J.; Munroe, M.
Biosensors DOI: 10.3390/bios5030432

2015

Differential in vivo urodynamic measurement in a single thin catheter based on two optical fiber pressure sensors
Poeggel, S,Duraibabu, D,Tosi, D,Leen, G,Lewis, E,McGrath, D,Fusco, F,Sannino, S,Lupoli, L,Ippolito, J,Mirone, V
Journal Of Biomedical Optics DOI: 10.1117/1.JBO.20.3.037005

2015

A review of recent advances in optical fibre sensors for in vivo dosimetry during radiotherapy
O'Keeffe, S,McCarthy, D,Woulfe, P,Grattan, MWD,Hounsell, AR,Sporea, D,Mihai, L,Vata, I,Leen, G,Lewis, E
British Journal Of Radiology DOI: 10.1259/bjr.20140702

2015

Optical Fibre Pressure Sensors in Medical Applications
Sven Poeggel , Daniele Tosi, DineshBabu Duraibabu, Gabriel Leen, Deirdre McGrathand Elfed Lewis
Sensors DOI: 10.3390/s150717115

2014

Fiber-Optic EFPI Pressure Sensors for In Vivo Urodynamic Analysis
Poeggel, S,Tosi, D,Fusco, F,Ippolito, J,Lupoli, L,Mirone, V,Sannino, S,Leen, G,Lewis, E
Ieee Sensors Journal DOI: 10.1109/JSEN.2014.2310392

2014

Monitoring of radiofrequency thermal ablation in liver tissue through fibre Bragg grating sensors array
Tosi, D,Macchi, EG,Braschi, G,Gallati, M,Cigada, A,Poeggel, S,Leen, G,Lewis, E
Electronics Letters DOI: 10.1049/el.2014.0620

2014

Fiber-optic chirped FBG for distributed thermal monitoring of ex-vivo radiofrequency ablation of liver
Tosi, D,Macchi, EG,Gallati, M,Braschi, G,Cigada, A,Rossi, S,Leen, G,Lewis, E
Biomedical Optics Express DOI: 10.1364/BOE.5.001799

2014

Fiber-optic combined FPI/FBG sensors for monitoring of radiofrequency thermal ablation of liver tumors: ex vivo experiments
Tosi, D,Macchi, EG,Braschi, G,Cigada, A,Gallati, M,Rossi, S,Poeggel, S,Leen, G,Lewis, E
Applied Optics DOI: 10.1364/AO.53.002136

2012

Feedback Stabilized Interrogation Technique for EFPI/FBG Hybrid Fiber-Optic Pressure and Temperature Sensors
Bremer, K; Lewis, E; Leen, G; Moss, B; Lochmann, S; Mueller, IAR
Ieee Sensors Journal DOI: 10.1109/JSEN.2011.2140104

2012

A fibre optic sensor for the in situ determination of rock physical properties
Reinsch, T,Blocher, G,Milsch, H,Bremer, K,Lewis, E,Leen, G,Lochmann, S
International Journal Of Rock Mechanics And Mining Sciences DOI: 10.1016/j.ijrmms.2012.06.011