Dr. Joseph Feller
Joe is Senior Lecturer (BIS) with the Department of Accounting, Finance and Information Systems. Prior to directing the TOTO project, he co-directed the Open Code, Content and Commerce (O3C) Business Models project (2007-2010, funded by the IRCHSS) and one of the work packages in the Co-ordination Action for Libre Software Engineering of Open Development Platforms for Software and Services (CALIBRE), a 12 nation research co-ordination action (2004-2006, Funded by EU FP6). His published work (cited over 1200 times) includes five books; articles published in Information Systems Research, European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Information Systems Journal and other international journals and conferences; and over 100 practitioner reports and articles. He served as Program Chair for the Workshop Series on Open Source Software Engineering (co-located with the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) 2001-2005); as Program Co-Chair for The Third International Conference on Open Source Systems (IFIP 2.13 WG 2007); as Track Co-Chair for the “Innovation and Open Source Software” track at The 16th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2008); and as Track Co-Chair for the “Open Data, Models, Platforms and Sources” track at The 21st European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2013). He has guest edited special issues on open source software for Information Systems Journal, IEE Proceedings - Software, Systèmes d’Information et Management, and Software Process Improvement and Practice. He is currently an Associate Editor for International Journal of Open Source Software & Processes, and Editor of a data- driven practitioner journal, The Cutter Benchmark Review.
Dr. Rob Gleasure (Post-Doctoral Research Fellow (Oct 2012-Sept 2013))
Rob holds a BA (Hons Computer Science) from University College Dublin, and both an MBS (Business Information Systems) and PhD (Business Information Systems) from University College Cork. His research has been published in the proceedings of the International Conference for Information Systems (ICIS 2012), the European Conference for Information Systems (ECIS 2012), and the 2012 Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS. His research interests include the effects of information transparency on lender decision-making; on participation in open source, open content and citizen science projects; and on participation in innovation contests. Outside of the TOTO project, he is highly active in the Design Science Research, NeuroIS, and Human-Computer Interaction research spaces.
Stephen Treacy (Doctoral Researcher (Oct 2012-Sept 2013))
Stephen holds a BSc (Microbiology) from University College Cork, and an MBS (Information Systems for Business Performance) from University College Cork He is currently in his second year of his PhD investigating open technical platforms. His research interests include the stakeholder involvement in open source ecosystems; business models of open technical platforms; value creation and value co - creation in open source ecosystems; the effects of information transparency on lender decision-making; stakeholder participation in open source; and the participation and motivation of open innovation contests. Outside of the TOTO project, he is highly active in the Cloud Computing, Social Media and Business Value research spaces.
Caoimhin O Se (Research Assistant (April-August 2013)
Caomhin is a work placement student currently completing his third year in the BSc (Business Information Systems) at University College Cork.
Darren Walsh (Research Assistant (April-August 2013)
Darren is a work placement student currently completing his third year in the BSc (Business Information Systems) at University College Cork.
Jeremy Hayes (Lecturer (BIS), University College Cork, Ireland)
Jeremy is a lecturer and researcher in the Department of Accounting, Finance and Information Systems in University College Cork. His research interests are in the area of Business Models for eBusiness, Cloud, Open Innovation, and for the Smart Grid. His research has been published in leading international journals and conferences, including Information Systems Research, the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, the European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Database Management, Journal of Information Technology and People, the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), and working conferences of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP).
Dr. Philip O'Reilly (Lecturer (BIS), University College Cork, Ireland)
Dr. Philip O’Reilly is a college lecturer in Business Information Systems at University College Cork, Ireland. His work has been published in leading journals in the information systems field including the European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS), Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS) and Information Technology and People (IT&P). His work has been presented at the leading information systems conferences in the world. Philip has been a principal member of research teams which have secured in excess of €1m in research funding in recent years and he is currently the Principal Investigator on the B-MIDEA project. B-MIDEA’s goal is to create a Decision Support Application which incorporates prediction and simulation capabilities enabling organisations to analyse product innovations and predict the optimal Business Models for same, prior to market launch. Philip been invited to deliver keynotes and workshops by numerous multinational companies. In September 2011, Philip received the Stafford Beer Medal in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to the philosophy, theory and practice of Information Systems (IS) from the Operational Research (OR) Society at an Awards Ceremony which took place at the Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London. Founded over 50 years ago, the OR Society is both the oldest and largest society (with 3,000 members in 53 countries) catering to the Operational Research profession worldwide.
Dr. Pavel Andreev (Assistant Professor, Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa)
Dr. Michael Cahalane (Research Fellow, Information Systems, Technology and Management, Australian School of Business, The University of New South Wales)
Prof. Pat Finnegan (Head of School, Information Systems, Technology and Management, Australian School of Business, The University of New South Wales)
Dr. Lorraine Morgan (Senior Research Fellow, LERO, NUI Galway, Galway, Ireland)
Dr. Jeff Moretz (Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of Ontario Institute of Technology)