James Lalor holds a B.Tech degree in Materials and Engineering Technology from the University of Limerick (2001) and an M.Sc. degree in Biomedical Engineering from Trinity College Dublin (2010).
Along with lecturing in CNC machining and CAD/CAM, James supervises final year projects for the Engineering Systems Maintenence programmes in a variety of industrial fields, and is subject matter expert for the revision of the MAMF trade area. He has served as Assistant Examiner for the National Skills Competition.
James’ research interests include surface micromachining technologies and medical implant surface modification for biocompatibility and functionality. He is currently working with the Biomedical Diagnostic Institute in Dublin City University (DCU) on developing plasma medicine for wound healing.
Prior to joining DIT, James held a variety of roles in industrial maintenance and high volume manufacturing, including a research engineer role at Phive Plasma Technologies in DCU. He is a member of the Engineering Technical Teachers Association (ETTA).