Dr. Siobhán Clarke
As part of the Irish Presidency of the Council of the European Commission, Trinity College, along with Intel Labs Europe, Dublin City Council, and the European Commission Open Innovation and Strategy Policy Group, is co-organising a unique working conference entitled Open Innovation 2.0: Sustainable Economy & Society. The objective of this conference is to bring together thought leaders, senior decision makers, policy leaders, leading executives and social innovators to initiate a manifesto, platform and roadmap for sustainable economy and society development.
A new EU project named DIVERSIFY has just started in February 2013, with DSG as one of its four partners. DIVERSIFY (2013 – 2016) is funded by the EC FP7 FET proactive program, and explores diversity as the foundation for a novel software design principle and increased adaptive capacities in collaborative adaptive systems, especially the smart urban scale software systems.
Applications are invited for one funded Ph.D. studentship within Lero at
Applicants should have a B.Sc. and/or M.Sc. in Computer Science, Mathematics or a closely-related discipline and a strong level of
[2012-03-10] 8th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (in cooperation with the ACM SIGMIS)
The paper "The Importance of Human Mental Workload in Web Design" by Longo Luca and Stephen Barrett has been accepted in the 8th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies, Oporto, Portugal. The conference is held in cooperation with the ACM SIGMIS.
[2012-02-01] Minister announces €22.4m funding for Lero, the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre
Lero, the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre has announced new funding of €22.4 million from Science Foundation Ireland (€16 million) and industry (€6.4 million). DSG’s Dr. Siobhán Clarke and Prof. Vinny Cahill are co-Principal Investigators, and DSG’s focus is on investigating the optimisation of resources for smart and sustainable cities.
Congratulations to Christin Groba, who was presented with the Best Student Paper Award at the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS) in Washington DC, last week. The paper was entitled “Opportunistic Composition of Sequentially-Connected Services in Mobile Computing Environments”, and was co-authored with Siobhán Clarke.