David Denieffe


  • Research Interests
  • Publications
  • Research Supervision
  • Group founder and co-ordinator – networks research group, Carlow
  • Conference chair- optical networks: systems and devices, Opto-Ireland 2005 
  • Member of programme committee, IT&T 2002-2005      
  • Conference chair- IT&T conference 2006 
  • Supervisor, IRCSET embark initiative postgraduate award finalist 2004- Brian Carrig
  • Supervisor, ITSCRC computing winner 2005 – Brian Carrig

Research Interests

  • Quality of service in multimedia environments
  • Data entropy budget techniques for telecommunications networks.

Current Research Projects

  • Active research in areas of internetworking and optical telecommunications


Sample Publications

“Impact of variable demand provisioning on best-effort and next-generation
Networks”; B.Carrig, D.Denieffe, D.O’Se; poster, first symposium of the Irish research council for science, engineering and technology, Dublin November 2003
“Network context awareness in service provision to mobile devices”; G.M.P O’Hare.,E. Hickey, C. Byrne., D. Denieffe,; 15th international symposium on services and local access, Edinburgh, march 2004
“Edge router design considerations for multi-service local access IP networks”
B.Carrig, D.Denieffe; proc. Of IEEE 12th international conference on software, telecommunications and computer networks (Softcom), Croatia, October 2004.
“Applying new data-entropy and data-scatter methods for optical digital signal analysis”  N.D. Mcmillan, j. Egan,  d. Denieffe et al.; Opto-Ireland 2005, RDS,  Dublin, April 2005, proceedings of spie vol spie 5825
“A new data diffraction method for digital signal analysis and optoelectronic-fiber system-digital design”  N.D. Mcmillan, j. Egan,  d. Denieffe et al. Opto-Ireland 2005, RDS, Dublin, April 2005, proceedings of spie vol spie 5825
“Optical telecommunications system and signal analysis using data-entropy and multiple-centroid data-scatter”  J.J Egan, n. D. McMillan,  D. M. Denieffe et al. Photonics north,  Toronto Canada, September 2005, proceedings of spie vol. 5970-65
“Delivering quality of service for gaming applications in best effort networks”,  B.Carrig, D.Denieffe and J.Murphy; proc. Of the 13th international conference on telecommunications (ICT 2006), Madeira, May 2006
“Quality-budgets and entropy for optical telecommunications system and signal analysis” N.D. McMillan, j. Egan, D. Denieffe et al.; optics in the southeast & honet, North Carolina USA, September 2006
“Adaptive framework for performance-aware network selection in heterogeneous multi-network wireless environments”, T.Casey, g-m muntean, D.Denieffe; China-Ireland conference on information and communication technologies, Hangzhou, China, October 2006
“A multiplayer games priority selection strategy for use in qos-aware networks”, B.Carrig, D.Denieffe and j. Murphy; proc. Of 6th IT&T conference, Carlow, October 2006
“A relative delay minimization scheme for multiplayer gaming in differentiated services networks”, B.Carrig, D.Denieffe and J. Murphy; proc. Of 5th workshop on network and system support for games (netgames), Singapore, October 2006
“A user-controlled priority selection strategy for multiplayer games”, B.Carrig, D.Denieffe and J. Murphy; proc of 4th IEEE consumer communications & networking conference, Las Vegas, January 2007


Research Supervision

  • Associate supervisor two PhD research students – IT Carlow
  • Co-supervisor two MsC research students – IT Carlow