Paul has over 12 years’ operational experience in the Semiconductor industry and joined Atlantic Bridge in January 2012. Prior to joining Atlantic Bridge, Paul worked in various engineering and management roles in Multi-National and Startup Companies including Analog Devices, Parthus and Phyworks.
Whilst with Analog Devices he led the development of Fibre Optic Communications products and has extensive experience of high speed communications industries. Most recently he was a key member of Chipsensors, an Irish Fabless startup developing environmental sensing devices that was acquired by Silicon Laboratories in 2010. In this role he helped shape the technical and strategic direction of the company leading up to acquisition.
Paul holds a First Class Honours degree in Electronic Engineering from University College Dublin and a Masters in Management from the Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin and is the holder of a number of US patents. He is a Kauffman Fellow having completed the program in Palo Alto, California as a member of Class 17 in 2014.
An avid outdoor enthusiast, Paul participates in many outdoor acivites such as hiking and orienteering and volunteers as a Mountain Ranger in the Dublin Mountains.