CeADAR (the Centre for Applied Data Analytics Research) is an industry-led technology centre initiative for innovation and applied research that accelerates the development, deployment and adoption of Data Analytics technology and relevant innovations. CeADAR is led by UCD with partners UCC and DIT; the academic partners work closely with Irish based companies to make the centre an internationally renowned hub for data analytics research. CeADAR is developing a world-class creative environment that will foster innovation and support the development of a team of highly innovative technology professionals.
CEOL research focuses on the static prediction of the average-case time and power of software through the MOQA approach. Average-case analysis has applications in (soft) real-time applications, resource budgeting and power optimization. The foundation of our approach lies in a combination of several areas: analysis of algorithms, data structure operations and complexity theory.
The Centre for Unified Computing is a research group based at University College Cork, Ireland. Our primary research interests are High Performance and Distributed Computing, with related work being performed in numerous areas such as Peer-to-Peer Computing, Autonomics, Security, Reconfigurable Computing and Economic Models. We are perhaps best known for WebCom, a metacomputing environment that has been the focus of many years of research. Much of our work, including WebCom, stems from the Condensed Graphs model of computing developed by the group's founder, Prof. John Morrison. The group has been in existence for almost a decade and is currently composed of three academic staff members, four postdoctoral researchers and ten postgraduate students. Over this period we have attracted significant amounts of funding, written a large number of published papers, hosted several events and participated in a number of collaborations with outside researchers. We are happy to answer any queries you may have, and may be reached through any of the methods described in our contact page.
The Mobile & Internet Systems Laboratory is a research laboratory within the Department of Computer Science at University College Cork. The Laboratory conducts research in the areas of computer networking and systems, with a focus on applications in the mobile/wireless and multimedia domains.
The MISL is led by Professor Cormac J. Sreenan. The Laboratory was founded in year 2000 after Prof. Sreenan joined UCC from AT&T (Bell) Labs in the USA. Currently, over 15 research students and staff are involved in various research projects as part of the Mobile and Internet Systems Laboratory.
The Laboratory currently has four major research areas of interest:
Video Streaming and Content Delivery Optimisation
Quality of Service/Experience in Wireless Networks
Next-generation Telecoms Networks
Wireless Sensor Networks
The Boole Centre for Research in Informatics is an ambitious project bringing together the expertise of the School of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics (abbreviated here as Mathematical Sciences or MS) and the Department of Computer Science (CS) at University College Cork to carry out interdisciplinary research under the banner of Informatics. This represents the interface between the two disciplines and provides the motivation for the link with the name of George Boole, who was the first Professor of Mathematics at the former Queen’s College, Cork.
Security research has been carried out in the Department of Computer Science for many years. We are interested in developing practical and robust techniques for security and privacy in complex systems. Our research interests include distributed/network access controls, security assurance, and the security of cyber physical systems.
The Department of Computer Science conducts research in the core areas of:
• Cloud Technologies and Networks
• Decision Support, Human Computer Interaction and Media
while developing and exploiting applications in:
• Health/Wellbeing and
• the Innovative Enterprise
- Cloud technologies & networks
- Mobile, Parallel, Networked and Distributed Computing
- Security and Risk Management
- Programming Languages
-Wireless Sensor Networks
Decision Support, Human Computer Interaction & Media
- Optimisation, Data Analytics, Constraint Programming and Operations Research
- recommender Systems and Social Media
- Artificial Intelligence
- Multimedia and Visualisation
See more about our research by clicking the following link:
Academic Staff - Research Expertise
- Professor James Bowen, constraints
- Professor John Morrison, unified computing
- Professor Barry O'Sullivan, constraints
- Professor Gregory Provan, complex systems
- Professor Michel Schellekens, modular performance analysis, foundations of computing
- Professor Cormac Sreenan, systems & networking
- Professor Ken Brown, AI, optimisation & networking
- Dr Frank Boehme, communications theory
- Dr Derek Bridge, case-based reasoning & recommender systems
- Dr James Doherty, algorithms, modelling & simulation
- Dr Simon Foley, computer security
- Dr Dan Grigoras, mobile networks
- Dr John Herbert, formal modelling of systems
- Dr Kieran Herley, parallel computing
- Dr Joseph Manning, graph symmetry
- Dr Colin McCormack, computational neuroscience
- Mr David Murphy, BMus., interactive 3D simulation
- Dr John O'Mullane, Imaging & computer vision
- Mr Adrian O'Riordan, MSc., database management
- Dr Ian Pitt, human computer interaction
- Dr Steve Prestwich, constraints
- Mr Gavin Russell, MSc., multimedia technology
- Dr Sabin Tabirca, mobile applications
- Dr John Vaughan, computer architecture
- Dr Marc Van Dongen, constraints
The section Find and Apply for Funding is designed to help UCC researchers identify funding opportunities, both nationally and internationally.
There are College links at the left-hand side to help you navigate to funding agencies and open calls relevant to your discipline.
In addition, the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation is delighted to make the ResearchProfessional.com online funding opportunities information service available to all UCC researchers.