PDG BSc(Hons) MSc
Lecturer in Computer Science
E801, Killeshin Building, Carlow Campus
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- Research Interests
- Research Supervision
- Engagement and Collaboration
Michael Gleeson is a lecturer in the Department of Computing in SETU Carlow, lecturing a range of computer science modules across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Academically, he holds a BSc (Hons) in Computing from Athlone IT and an MSc in Computing from DIT. Michael also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Third Level Teaching and Learning from DIT. Professionally, his background is primarily in systems administration and various backend technical consultancy roles. Professional certifications he has previously achieved include Cisco, VMWare, Red Hat, Microsoft MTA and Sun Microsystem (Pre-Oracle!).
Reflecting his interest in the DIY ‘Maker Movement’, Michael has an active research interest in ubiquitous computing, sensor networks and IoT technologies. He has previously published in the area of computer security, virtualization and web services and has presented his findings at conferences nationally and internationally.
Michael is undertaking a PhD in UCD School of Computer Science in the area of Data Science where he is examining the issue of data quality and provenance of data in a ubiquitous sensing environment.
Michael’s current teaching includes Operating Systems, Infrastructure for Big Data, Computer Hardware and Incident Handling and Risk Analysis. He is also Joint Programme Director for CW046, a Higher Certificated in Computing run on the Wexford Campus of SETU.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
JDIM Journal (2010) - Gleeson, Michael, David Markey and Dr. Fredrick Mtenzi (2010), "V-isoNet: A Virtualized and Isolated Network using Open Source Technologies", JDIM (Vol 8, No. 12).
Conference Proceedings and Papers
IEEE Conference (2009) Gleeson, Michael, David Markey and Dr. Fredrick Mtenzi (2009), "Investigation and development of a security and forensic analysis environment" presented at NDT, Ostrava, Czech Republic.
IEEE Conference (2008) Paul Doyle, Mark Deegan, Ciaran O'Driscoll, Gleeson, Michael and Gillespie, B. (2008), "Ubiquitous desktops with multi-factor authentication", presented at IEEE ICDIM.
CEISIE Proceedings (2008) Gleeson, Michael, Gordon Reynolds and Bryan Duggan (2008), "Web Services and Next Generation Workforce", Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, P.R. China, Jan 2008.
CEISIE Proceedings (2008) Reynolds, Gordon and Michael Gleeson (2008), "Towards the Deployment of Flexible and Efficient Learning Tools: The Thin Client", Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, P.R. China, Jan 2008.
Areas of Interest as a Supervisor include
- Data Quality and Provenance
- Big Data Infrastructures
- Virtualisation and Containers
- Ubiquitous Computing and IoT
- Wireless Sensor Networks
- Data Analytics and Computer Security
Engagement and Collaboration
Member of the SESAME (South-East STEM Activities for Mutual Engagement) Project for the TUSE initiative