Dr Garrett O’Sullivan
Position Title:

Lecturer and Researcher


Munster Technological University

Research Group:



BA, MA, PhD, H Dip in Ed, CTG

Employment History

1999- Present Lecturer, Department of Architecture, MTU Cork


Dr Garrett O’Sullivan is a graduate of The National University of Ireland, UCC, from which he holds the degrees of BA and Research MA First Class Honours and H Dip in Ed. Having won the TCD Postgraduate Award, he graduated from The University of Dublin, Trinity College with a PhD in 1998.

Specialising in the field of Planning and Development, Dr O’Sullivan is widely published in Design Theory. His research, which presents in Journals such as ‘JCHAS’ and ‘Chimera’ concentrates essentially on the political, economic and conceptual tenets of Design. Dr O’Sullivan also works in a collaborative capacity with local government authorities and promotes curriculum advance through his role as external examiner.

In MTU, Dr O’Sullivan lectures on the Architectural Technology and Interior Architecture Programmes. He is course co-ordinator for the fourth year of the BSc (Hons) in Interior Architecture and postgraduate co- ordinator of the Research MSc and PhD programmes. In addition, Dr O’Sullivan is a member of ‘SIRIG’, Academic Council, R & I and Research Ethics Committees.

Tel : +353 (0)21 433 5153

Email : Garrett.OSullivan@cit.ie

An overview on deficit and requirements of the Irish national soil phosphorus balance
Published : May 2022
Phos4You Partnership, Final Report of the Phos4You partnership
Published : May 2022
What are the desired properties of recycling-derived fertilisers from an end-user perspective?
Published : July 2022