Siobhán Clarke is a Deputy Director and Principal Investigator at CONNECT in Trinity College Dublin and is the Director of Enable, an SFI Spoke on Connecting Communities to Smart Urban Environments with the Internet of Things. Enable is anchored in CONNECT and is also linked to the Insight and Lero Research Centres.
Siobhán is Professor in the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin. She joined Trinity in 2000, having previously worked for over ten years as a software engineer for IBM. Her current research focus is on software engineering models for the provision of smart and dynamic software services to urban stakeholders, addressing challenges in the engineering of dynamic software in ad hoc, mobile environments.
She has published over 150 papers and is a Science Foundation Ireland Principal Investigator, exploring an Internet of Things middleware for adaptable, urban-scale software services.
Siobhán is also the founding Director of Future Cities, the Trinity Centre for Smart and Sustainable Cities, with contributors from a range of disciplines, including Computer Science, Statistics, Engineering, Social Science, Geography, Law, Business and the Health Sciences.
She leads the School’s Distributed Systems Group, and was elected Fellow of Trinity College Dublin in 2006.
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