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Dr. Geoffrey Bradley
Head of Academic Services, Innovation & , IT Services

Biography

Dr. Geoff Bradley was awarded a BA (Mod) in Theoretical Physics in 1997 and an MSc. in High Performance Computing in 1998 from Trinity College. He received a Fellowship in High Performance Computing and completed his PhD. in Trinity in 2000.


In November 2000, he took a position as Technical Project officer at the Trinity Centre for High Performance Computing - an interdisciplinary research centre. Initially, this job involved collaborative research with groups in Pharmaceutics (Dr. Anne-Marie Healy & Prof. Eoin Corrigan), Magnetism, Physics (Prof. Mike Coey) and Foams, Phyiscs (Prof. Denis Weaire). Subsequent research focused on pre-commercial contracts, Enterprise Ireland STIWRO, Electrical Engineering (Prof. Frank Boland), and a number of commercial projects with Irish software companies.


In 2004, Dr. Bradley received a research fellowship from Trinity and became technical projects Manager where he co-authored a successful FP6 Marie Curie TOK on Molecular Dynamics and had responsibility for a number of EU 5th, 6th and 7th Framework High Performance Computing and Grid Computing related projects - ENACTS and HPC-Europa.


In 2007, Dr. Bradley was appointed Acting Director for the Centre for High Performace Computing. From 2007-2011 he co-authored a number of successful SFI, PRTLI4 and 5 grant applications for e-INIS and the National Audio Visual Repository (now know as Digital Repository Ireland).


In 2011, Dr. Bradley was appointed Senior IT Manager in Information Systems Services where he assumed responsibility for the Computer Systems Group of Systems and Network Services and retained responsibility for High Performance and Research Computing.

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

McCarthy L.G., Bradley G., Sexton, J.C., Corrigan, O.I. and Healy A.M.,, Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling of the paddle dissolution apparatus: agitation rate, mixing patterns and fluid velocities, AAPS PharmSciTech, 5, (2), 2004 Journal Article, 2004

McCarthy L.G., Kosiol C., Healy A.M., Bradley G., Sexton, J.C. and Corrigan, O.I., , Simulating the hydrodynamic conditions in the United States Pharmacopeia paddle dissolution apparatus, AAPS PharmSciTech, 4, (2), 2003 Journal Article, 2003

Research Expertise

Description

Computational Phyiscs, Novel algorithm design for Molecular Dynamics simulations, Grid Computing, Foam Physics. High Performance Computing, Supercomputing and Visualisation.

Projects

  • Title
    • NAVR
  • Summary
    • An initiative to build a trusted National Audio Visual Repository.
  • Funding Agency
    • HEA
  • Date From
    • June 1st 2011
  • Date To
    • May 31st 2015
  • Title
    • IITAC
  • Funding Agency
    • HEA
  • Title
    • HPC-Europa
  • Funding Agency
    • EU
  • Title
    • MOLDY
  • Funding Agency
    • EU
  • Date From
    • 2005
  • Date To
    • 2008

Keywords

Biophysics; Computer Simulation/Modeling; E-Science; GRID Technology; High Performance Computing; Life Sciences; Mathematical Physics; Molecular Biology; Software Engineering; Supercomputers; Telecommunications; Visualization

Recognition

Representations

Web Management Committee 2009-Present

Committee member: Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society International Conference on Biolecular Modeulling September 2005

Committee Member: Irish Association for High Performance Computing 2002-2005

Graduate Representative to College Council 1999-2000

Research Committee 2012-13

Awards and Honours

High Performance Computing Fellowship 1998

Research Fellow, Trinity College July 2004

Memberships

Member of the British Computer Society October 2014

Association for Computing Machinary 2004 – Present