Siobhán Clarke is Professor in Computer Science at TCD. She joined TCD 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. This work is an evolution of her "seminal" work on the use of "aspects" in software modelling, where she is viewed as " .. the prime authority, .. in effect, initiating the field". Her more recent work has been described as "leading edge" [quotes from Anonymous SFI reviewers], and she leads an SFI Principal Investigator grant (1.9M) to explore an IoT middleware for adaptable, urban-scale software services. Siobhán has been awarded >16M in research funding since the start of her career from funding bodies including SFI, Enterprise Ireland, HEA, and companies. She grew TCD's profile in software engineering research both nationally and internationally, as a founding co-PI in the Lero Research Centre. While leading Lero's and TCD's smart cities research, she recognised the inherent multi-disciplinarity of smart cities' research challenges. She then embarked on a campaign to set up a multi-discipline consortium that leverages the best research outputs in Ireland, establishing a national, collaborative smart cities ecosystem including academics, companies and public bodies. To date, this has culminated in the award of Enable, a 12M SFI Spoke, focused on connecting communities to smart urban environments with the IoT. Enable links three SFI Research Centres: Connect, Insight and Lero, bringing together world-class research on future networks, data analytics and software engineering, and has 28 partner companies and two city councils as collaborators. As Enable's Director, all three Research Centres have appointed Siobhán as a Co-PI, in recognition of this achievement. Siobhán has published >160 papers including in journals such as IEEE/ACM Transactions (TAAS, TSC, TSE, TECS, TMC, TODAES) and conference proceedings including in ICSE, OOPSLA, AAMAS, ICSOC, SEAMS, SASO. Her Google Scholar:Scopus statistics are cites= 5431:982, h-index=29:15. She has sat on the editorial boards of IEEE Internet Computing, and IEEE TSE, and is now on the editorial board of IEEE TSC. Siobhán has been on the organising and/or programme committee of numerous conferences (e.g., ECOOP, OOPSLA, SEAMS, ICSOC, AAMAS) and workshops. She has given multiple keynotes/invited talks in recent years, ranging from international conferences (e.g., SERVICES, SEAMS, ICSOFT) to local events across Europe (e.g., INRIA, and at various Universities) and nationally (e.g., Galway International Arts Festival, Web Summit and more). She is on the Advisory Board of the Smart Dublin Initiative, and has acted on an Expert Panel for the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation. She has acted as Expert Evaluator for the NSF, ERC, CHIST-ERA, and numerous national funding bodies across the world. Siobhán's teaching philosophy is one of encouraging the interdependences between fundamentals, practice, research and innovation, and she has taught software engineering at undergraduate and post-graduate level. She has previously acted as the Director of Postgraduate Teaching and Learning for the School, and as Course Director for the MSc in Computer Science (Networks and Distributed Systems). While she was Course Director, the degree won the postgradireland Postgraduate Course of the Year (IT), with judges commenting on the quality of the links with industry, the strong graduate employment record and overall excellent course reputation. Siobhán is the founding Director of Future Cities, the Trinity Centre for Smart and Sustainable Cities, with contributors from multiple disciplines. She leads the School's Distributed Systems Group, and was elected Fellow of Trinity College Dublin in 2006.