Charlotte co-founded TechWorks Marine in 2002, she has a background in Environmental Resources (BSc) and Applied Oceanography (MSc). Over the last 15 years Charlotte has worked exclusively in the field of Operational Oceanography. She has been involved in a wide range of projects worldwide, both designing and deploying metocean monitoring platforms as well as being data manager on large EU marine projects.
Since taking the helm at TechWorks Marine she has continued to develop the business into new sectors (marine renewables, aquaculture), as well as grow both the commercial side of the business and the R&D activities of the company.
Languages: English & French
Phil received a BEng from Kingston University before going on to a PGDip in Physical Oceanography specializing in sediment dynamics. Philip is responsible for the management of the technical team at TechWorks Marine. This includes the design and development of the TechWorks Marine Black Box (TMBB) range of data acquisition and transmission systems.
Philip’s background in real-time data acquisition system development, laid the foundations for TechWorks Marine Ltd. His key technical skills include embedded hardware, software design and implementation, operational oceanography including mooring and integrated system integration, deployment and servicing, troubleshooting of scientific sensors and hardware/software issues.
Sinéad McGlynn joined TechWorks Marine in June 2018 as Earth Observation Manager. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Natural Sciences from Trinity College and a PhD in astrophysics from UCD. Sinéad has extensive experience in the space sector, with two postdoctoral scholarships in Europe and 5 years of industrial experience in multiple Irish SMEs. Sinéad has been involved in several ESA-funded projects in the fields of materials engineering and Earth Observation data analysis, and is responsible for managing current and upcoming ESA projects at TechWorks Marine.
Graham joined Techworks Marine in September 2013 as our oceanographic engineer. He qualified as a Mechanical Engineer in the Dublin Institute of Technology in 2009 and obtained his masters (1:1) in 2012. His master’s thesis was in the area of marine renewable energy focusing on the optimal layout of tidal turbine arrays. The research consisted of both analytical and numerical (using computational fluid dynamics) analysis of flow through tidal turbines. After finishing his masters Graham completed a five month internship with OpenHydro’s Resource Assessment team before joining Techworks Marine.
As an oceanographic engineer Graham is responsible for the design of instrument mountings for our buoys and bottom mounted frames, and is also the mechanical designer for custom client projects. Graham is also involved in equipment assembly, instrument setup, data processing and analysis, deploying and recovering marine equipment. Graham is also our operational health and safety officer and has a level 2 national power boat licence and a certificate in marine first aid.
Glenn joined TechWorks Marine in 2019, He holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Engineering from the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (Distinction) and a Higher Diploma in Data Analytics from Dublin Business School (First Class Honors).
As an Engineering Systems Lead he is involved in all aspects of technical development in Techworks Marine, largely contributing to the Minibuoy and TMBB systems.
He has worked extensively to bring an IoT approach to Techworks Marine, while focusing on bringing our services to the Cloud.
Javier received a Bachelors Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Alcala de Henares University (Madrid, Spain). After that, he focused his career on the Software Development.
He is a Full stack Senior Web Programmer specialized in the creation of LAMP (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP) web applications. He has been working for more that 10 years for companies in Spain, Italy and Ireland, as well as freelance web programmer.
Among his duties in Techworks Marine, Javier develops the Frontend and Backend of CoastEye Data Platform: an access marine data acquisition, data management, data visualisation and decision support system. In the same way, he is also involved in the UX design of the mentioned platform, taking decisions to improve the user experience of CoastEye.
Eimear Tuohy joined TechWorks Marine in October 2019 as an Earth Observation Scientist. Eimear holds a BSc in Geology and Marine Science from the National University of Ireland Galway and an MSc in GIS and Remote Sensing from University College Cork.
Eimear has extensive experience in environmental, urban and social geospatial analysis. Eimear has worked in the fields of GIS consultancy, satellite Earth Observation (EO) research and science communication since 2014. Eimear’s past work experience has been focused on geospatial data management and analysis for the purposes of preparing environmental impact statements, social infrastructure studies and time series analysis of marine and coastal change. During this time Eimear has gained expertise in a number of areas; terrestrial and marine EO data processing, coastal geomorphology surveying and data analysis, climate change data visualisation and marine and terrestrial GIS analysis.
In addition, Eimear has expertise in the design and management of scientific communication strategies, for national and international projects, and skills in the development of outreach activities within the public and scientific communities. These skills include event organisation, workshop/discussion facilitation, website design and implementation, stakeholder requirement analysis and digital media marketing.
John joined TechWorks Marine in January of 2020 as the Earth Observations Data Scientist. He has a BEng in electronic and electrical engineering from the University of Edinburgh, and a PhD in experimental physics from Maynooth University.
John has worked on ocean satellite data products for OSI SAF, developing sea ice processing chains. He also has extensive experience handling data in-situ marine observations, from his work on the performance assessment of wave energy converters.
Cormac Mac Donagh holds a Bachelors Degree in Earth Science from University College Cork, focusing his thesis on Coastal Zone Management. He went on to to study a Masters in Sustainable Energy & Green Technologies from University College Dublin where his thesis concentrated on the development of the Atlantic Marine Energy Test Site in Belmullet. Cormac has been involved in the marine environment since a young age, deploying and maintaining navigational aids and mooring systems and across Ireland with his family's business. Cormac is also a qualified sailing instructor and a keen diver.
Aodhfin holds an Honors degree in Marine Science with a DPP from Ulster University. He has a wealth of knowledge on physical, chemical and biological oceanography and has worked on projects such as characterization of the seafloor of Belfast Lough. Aodhfin has a keen interest in GIS and focused his dissertation on using GIS to classify scour patterns of shipwrecks sites in the in the Irish Sea.
As a Marine Scientist Aodhfin is responsible for marine surveys, deploying and recovery of metocean surveying equipment and processing data.