Since September 2010, I have worked in the Dublin Research Lab. My primary focus to date has been the development of low level software, functional and system suites to test the functionality of Next Generation systems such as IBM PowerEN, a new, massively multi threaded, wire-speed Power processor. Also, I have recently begun to focus on the area of analytics and the development of intelligent fault prediction algorithms.
I received a BSc in mathematics from Trinity College Dublin as well as an MSc in parallel programming. Prior to starting in I.B.M. I completed a Phd in geodynamics at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.