Skip to main content

Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Menu Search


Trinity College Dublin By using this website you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the Trinity cookie policy. For more information on cookies see our cookie policy.

      
Profile Photo

Dr. Declan O'Sullivan

Associate Professor (Computer Science)


Declan O'Sullivan lectures at TCD's School of Computer Science and Statistics, is the Head of Intelligent Systems (http://https://www.scss.tcd.ie/disciplines/intelligent_systems/), a co-champion of the Trinity Digital Engagement interdisciplinary theme, and a SFI Principal Investigator at the ADAPT centre (http://www.adaptcentre.ie). He was awarded a B.A. (Mod) in Computer Science from TCD in 1985, an M.Sc. in Computer Science from TCD in 1988, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from TCD in 2006. Declan has 13 years of research experience in industry, having worked for IONA Technologies from 1995 to 2001 and from 1988 to 1995 with Broadcom Eireann Research. During this time he achieved a successful track record as lead researcher, and in coordinating international research projects and the transfer of research into products.
  Federation Management   Mobile Applications   Semantic Interoperability   Semantic Mapping   Semantic Web   Semantics   Service Management   Telecommunication Engineering   Telecommunications
 ADAPT: Centre for Digital Content Platform Research
 ALIGNED: Aligned, Quality-centric Software and Data Engineering
 Nudging Energy Efficient Purchasing Decisions (NEEPD)
 CNGL: Centre for Global Intelligent Content
 FAME-Federated Autonomic Management of End-to-End Communications Services

Page 1 of 2
Details Date
Expert Reviewer for French Research Agency 2015 to date
Expert Reviewer for National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq), Brazil 2015 to date
Associate Editor of Journal of Network and Services Management 2009-to date
Associate Editor of International Journal of Network Management 2012-to date
External Examiner for MSc in Knowledge Management, Dublin Institute of Technology 2009-2012
External Examiner for BSc in Enterprise Computing, Dublin City University 2012-to date
Brian Walshe, Rob Brennan, Declan O'Sullivan, Bayes-ReCCE, a Bayesian model for detecting Restriction Class Correspondences in Linked Open Data knowledge bases, International Journal On Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS), 11, (2), 2016, Journal Article, IN_PRESS  DOI  URL
Alan Meehan, Rob Brennan, Declan O'Sullivan, SPARQL Based Mapping Management, IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC 2015), Annaheim, California, USA, 7-9 February 2015, IEEE , 2015, pp456 - 459, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Ademar Crotti Junior, Christophe Debruyne, Declan O'Sullivan, Incorporating Functions in Mappings to Facilitate the Uplift of CSV Files into RDF, 13th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC), Crete, Greece, May 29th to June 2nd, 2016, Poster, IN_PRESS  URL
Haytham Assem, Declan O'Sullivan, Bridging the gap between Machine Learning Researchers and Practitioners, 1st IEEE International Conference on Big Data Intelligence and Computing (DataCom 2015), Chengdu, China, 19-21 December, IEEE, 2015, pp51 - 58, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Declan O'Sullivan, Burkhard Stiller, Tom Pfeifer, Saal Das, Dirk Pech, Sven van der Meer (Series Eds.); Elena Gaura, Eryk Dutkiewicz (Volume Eds.)(ed.), IEEE Managing Ubiquitous Communications and Services (MUCS 2016), 13th IEEE International Workshop, Sydney, Australia, 19, 18th March 2016, Multicon Verlag, IEEE (Technical Papers), 2016, Proceedings of a Conference, PUBLISHED
Kevin Feeney, Declan O'Sullivan, Wei Tai, Rob Brennan, Improving curated web-data quality with structured harvesting and assessment, International Journal On Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS), 10, (2), 2014, p33 - 60, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Christophe Debruyne and Declan O'Sullivan, R2RML-F: Towards Sharing and Executing Domain Logic in R2RML Mappings, Linked Data on the Web (LDOW2016), 25th World Wide Web Conference,, Montreal, Canada, 12/04/2016, edited by Christian Bizer, Sören Auer, Tim Berners-Lee, and Tom Heath , 2016, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  URL
Christophe Debruyne, Brian Walshe, Declan O'Sullivan, , Towards a Project Centric Metadata Model and Lifecycle for Ontology Mapping Governance, 17th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS 2015), Brussels, Belgium, 11-13 December , edited by Maria Indrawan-Santiago, Matthias Steinbauer, A Min Tjoa, Ismail Khalil, Gabriele Anderst-Kotsis , ACM, 2015, pp356 - 365, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  DOI
Liam Fallon, Declan O'Sullivan, The Aesop Approach for Semantic-based End-User Service Optimization, IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management, 11, (2), 2014, p220 - 234, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
John Keeney, Liam Fallon, Wei Tai, Declan O'Sullivan, Towards Composite Semantic Reasoning for Realtime Network Management Data Enrichment, 11th International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM), barcelona, spain , 9-13 Nov. 2015, IFIP, 2015, pp182 - 186, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
  

Page 1 of 16
J. Keeney, D. Lynch, D. Lewis, D. O'Sullivan, On the Role of Ontological Semantics in Routing Contextual Knowledge in Highly Distributed Autonomic Systems, Department of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin, 2006, (Technical Report (TCD-CS-2006-15)), Report, PUBLISHED
D. O'Sullivan, V. Wade, Negotiation on your Own Terms, 2002, -, Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED

  

Award Date
Best Paper IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS): Experience Track 2014
My goal is to establish the theoretical, conceptual and algorithmic techniques that will enable the achievement of sustainable and manageable interoperability between heterogeneous systems. In order to provide insights into the concrete problems that need to be solved by my techniques, I have focused upon application spaces where hetereogenity of models need to be overcome in an ongoing and sustainable manner in order for services to be delivered. In particular over the last few years the strategy has been to focus on environments: that deliver end to end services in telecoms environments; that deliver ubiquitous computing services within built environments; and that deliver mult-lingual content within the web environment.