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In 2015, Eoin took up a fourteen month materials engineering role with LTTS and Roll-Royce, characterizing a novel state-of-the-art additive repair of Rolls-Royce seal segments.
In 2016, Eoin started a 24 month role as a materials R&D engineer with medical device company DePuy Synthes, part of Johnson and Johnson. This work focused on developing 3D printed titanium orthopaedic implants from TRL 0 to TRL5. Whilst working at DePuy Synthes, Eoin obtained a level 9 postgraduate diploma in Medical Device Technology and Business from Griffith College Dublin.
In July 2018, Eoin Hinchy returned to the University of Limerick as a postdoctoral researcher at the Confirm Centre of Smart Manufacturing where he is investigating Smart Machining – developing digital twins of machining processes with Prof Conor McCarthy and Prof Noel O’Dowd.
Hinchy, E., Pomeroy, M.J. and Tanner, D.A., 2017. The effect of single crystal and welded substrates on the development of braze microstructures. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 690, pp.856-863.