The Geec team consists of a group of dedicated engineering students, all studying at the National University of Galway, Ireland. With support from lecturers in the College of Engineering at NUI Galway, the team continuously works to develop Ireland’s most energy efficient car, year on year.
Áine Mellin | Electrical & Electronic Engineer
The Team Manager, as well as the Power Electronics Lead, and Geec driver.
Eoghan O’Donoghue | Mechanical Engineer
The Lead for the front axle and steering project.
Owen O’Sullivan | Mechanical Engineering
The Lead for the Drivetrain Project
Samuel Opashi | Mechanical Engineer
The Rear Axle project Lead.
Aaron O’Toole | Mechanical Engineer
Aoife Murphy | Mechanical Engineer
Eanna Wood | Mechanical Engineer
Eoin Hernon | Mechanical Engineer
John Flannery | Mechanical Engineer
Lisa Finn | Mechanical Engineer
Luisa Forte | Mechanical Engineer
Séan Fahey | Electronic & Computer Engineer
Szymon Borkowski | Electronic & Computer Engineer
Alice Shaughnessy | Biomedical Engineer
Aodhan Breathnach | Mechanical Engineer
Bogdan Baturov | Mechanical Engineer
Ciaran Austin | Electronic & Computer Engineer
Dean Fadden | Energy Systems Engineer
Eva Debarros | Electronic & Computer Engineer
Lauren McMahon | Electronic & Computer Engineer
Liam Anthony | Biomedical Engineer
Maeve Kenny | Mechanical Engineer
Rosanna Ni Chulain | Mechanical Engineer
Sarah Ryan | Mechanical Engineer
Ryan McMahon Lynch
Dr Maeve Duffy | Electrical & Electronic Engineering Lecturer
Maeve Duffy advises the Geec engineering team on power electronics for the motor drive circuit, aa well as other electrical issues.
Prof Martin Glavin | Electronic & Computer Engineering Professor
Martin Glavin consults with the team on the data acquisition system, processing of data from sensors, and communications.
Dr Nathan Quinlan | Mechanical Engineering Lecturer
Nathan Quinlan provides recommendations to the team on aerodynamics, the drivetrain, and general mechanical engineering design.
Dr Rory Monaghan | Energy Systems and Mechanical Engineering Lecturer
Rory Monaghan supervises Geec projects on vehicle energy system modelling and the monocoque design.