Extensive experience as an academic researcher working in multiple Irish universities including Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, and University of Limerick. Experience working in multi-disciplinary teams and with global partners. B.Sc. M.Sc. Ph.D. Computer Science.
Experience working directly in industry and with industry partners in an academic role. Awarded scholarships and grants to work directly with industry on academic collaborations, including funding from Science Foundation Ireland and Enterprise Ireland
Open to consulting roles relating to personal research in Affective Computing and also to additional areas including HCI, UX, Human Factors and Teaching & Learning.
Regularly offer private IT tutition for all ages, specialising in "Silver Surfers".
Currently a Senior Research Fellow in Trinity College Dublin with the Centre for Innovative Human Systems and the ADAPT SFI Centre. My research interests include affective computing, human-computer interaction; human factors engineering; emotion detection/analysis; bio- signals and biometrics; physiological measurement and digital signal processing.
Previous research focused on the analysis of emotional speech, particularly speech under stress, using psychophysiological HCI methods such as multimodal biometric affective feedback.