Ciarán Mc Goldrick is an Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin’s School of Computer Science and Statistics. His research spans constrained communications and networking, energy, security and scholarship. He focuses on questions such as: How will future devices and systems work?, as opposed to how do todays devices operate.
Ciarán holds a Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering, with specialisms in Control and Signal and Image Processing. He has been a tenured academic in Trinity College Dublin for almost two decades, and has also held visiting appointments in UCLA. His research is, and has been, supported by National and International Awards, and he is an also an active advocate for professionalism and excellence in learning and scholarship.
An avid sailor and skier, Ciaran can often be found outdoors, or offshore, in his leisure pursuits.