Dr Rachel O’Dwyer is a Research Fellow at CONNECT in Trinity College Dublin. She researches, publishes, speaks and organises events on the political economy of communications and software studies with a particular emphasis on digital currencies, mobile networks and the Internet of Things.
Rachel is the leader of the Dublin Art and Technology Association and the initiator and lead curator of Openhere, a festival and conference on the digital commons. Rachel is an active contributor to the Platform Cooperativism Consortium and core member of the P2P Foundation where she coordinates the P2P academic research network and 100 women in peer-to-peer. She is a regular contributor to Neural magazine and the founding editor-in-chief of the open access, peer-reviewed journal ‘Interference: A Journal of Audio Culture‘.
Research Fellow Trinity College Dublin TCD Creative Arts Practices