1 Nov 2017: Two mathematical sciences doctorates conferred at October graduation ceremony

The Dublin Institute of Technology October graduation ceremony for the College of Sciences & Health saw two recent successful doctoral candidates conferred with their awards. Congratulations to Eilis Kelly and Paul O'Reilly who successfully defended their research thesis in 2017.

Eilis's thesis Mathematical Modelling of Random Antibody Adsorption and Immunoassay Activity was principally supervised by Dr. Dana Mackey of the School of Mathematical Sciences and, recognising the work's very applicable nature, Dr Izabela Naydenova of the School of Physics and Clinical & Optometric Sciences acted as advisory supervisor.

Paul's thesis, entitled Mathematical modelling of hybrid polymer systems, was also inter-disciplinary and supervised by Dr. Dana Mackey (principal) and Dr Izabela Naydenova(advisory).

Congratulations to both Eilis and Paul and we wish them every success in the future.

New doctoral graduates, Dr Eilis Kelly and Dr Paul O'Reilly, at the recent graduation ceremony at St Patrick's Cathedral.

Information about postgraduate study in the School of Mathematical Sciences can be found here.