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Associate Professor University of Limerick, Ireland.

Cathal is a lead researcher in a number of industrial/nationally funded projects, which involved collaboration with a range of companies, such as Seagate, Intel, Dell, Analog Devices, Boston Scientific, Wyeth and HP. A partner in a number of FP6 projects and in FP7, namely, amePLM (Grant No: 285171) and DREAM (Grant no: 314364)
projects. He has graduated 16 Ph.D. students and 5 Masters by research. Currently, lead researcher in University of Limerick for Productive4.0 (“Electronics and ICT as enabler for digital industry 1 and optimized supply chain management covering the entire product lifecycle”) a ECSEL funded project.

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Cathal Heavey
Associate Professor University of Limerick, Ireland.
Principal Investigator
NUIG, Galway
+353 61 202 891

PhD in Industrial Engineering, National University of Ireland Galway.
MEng, National University of Ireland Galway.
BEng in Industrial Engineering, National University of Ireland Galway

Member of INFORMS
Department Editor, Topic Manufacturing Simulation, of the IIE Transactions Journal a publication of The Institute of Industrial Engineers of America
Associate Editor, Journal of Simulation, a publication of the OR Society

Analysis and optimization of operations and systems.

Manufacturing systems and supply chain systems

Cathal his research interests include simulation modelling of discrete-event systems; modelling and analysis of supply chains and manufacturing systems; process modelling; and decision support systems.

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