Bio

I am a Research & Teaching Fellow in the Electronics and Electrical Engineering Department at Trinity College Dublin. I hold a PhD in Sonification, the use of sound to represent or perceptualise data. My current research examines novel multimodal strategies for representing and interacting with complex multivariate data (gestural data, IoT/sensor networks etc.) and the application of generative, AI and ML principles in human-computer interaction (HCI) and creative multimedia contexts.

I employ both empirical HCI methods and creative arts-based research methods. My empirical work has been widely disseminated through peer-reviewed journal publications, book chapters, and conferences. My musical and creative works span a variety of mediums and styles and are frequently performed at home and abroad. 

Previous events have included the Helicotrema Recorded Audio Festival in Venice, the Contemporary Music Centre’s Salon Series at the National Concert Hall of Ireland and Dublin Dance Festival's Embodied at the GPO, and the Sonorities Contemporary Music Festival.


Keywords: Sonification, Auditory Display, Human-computer Interaction (HCI), Music, Music Technology, Creative Technologies, Internet of Things, Applied Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence.

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Immersive Art Installations with Smart Devices & Locative Technologies:

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  Data-driven Music & Sonification:

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Funding and Awards:
  • Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.
  • Trinity College Dublin Postgraduate Research Studentship 2012-2015. 
  • Trinity College Dublin Travel Grant 2015
  • Trinity College Dublin Postgraduate Travel Grant 2013.

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