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Dr. Daniel C. Doolan

Dr. Doolan is a Senior Lecturer in Software Engineering and has been working in the University sector for over a dozen years having published over fifty research articles primarily in the domain of mobile computing. He holds a PhD in Computer Science with a focus on Mobile Computer Graphics and the application of Parallel Computing to the mobile domain. His master’s research examined the use of fractals in multimedia applications, specifically for 2D-4D image generation, compression and data encryption.

His main research interest is mobile computing, graphics and multimodal interaction, collaboration context awareness and the sensing of the surrounding environment.

His postgraduate work was undertaken at University College Cork known throughout the world for the pivotal work of Professor George Boole,  the “father of the information age” upon which the entire worlds computing hardware and software is based.  Visit georgeboole.com to find out more about his 2015 bicentenary celebrations.

Dr. Doolan has previously held the roles of Director of Studies & Course Leader for a 5 year BSc (Hons) Computer Science degree programme, Research Degree Coordinator and Research Seminar Coordinator having organised and hosted over eighty seminars in recent years.

He has written regularly about computing & his teaching – a summary of which is available on Dr. Doolan’s Website (University Related Posts).

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