Dr Oisin Cawley
BSc MBA PhD
Lecturer & Researcher
Deptartment of Computing, Science Faculty, Carlow Campus
e: firstname.lastname@example.org t: 059 9175592
- Research Interests
- Research Supervision
- Engagement and Collaboration
Dr. Cawley began his academic training in University College Dublin where he earned an honours degree in Science (major in Computer Science). He then worked for a number of years in industry, mainly in large multi-national IT companies. During this time he attended Dublin City University where he graduated with an MBA. In 2009 he returned to education full time to pursue a PhD in Software Engineering, and was conferred with his doctorate from the University of Limerick. Since then he has been employed in third level education as a lecturer and researcher in Computing.
His research interests are broad and reflect the growing interconnectedness of technology and people. With expertise in software engineering, in particular within the medical devices domain, the following areas (in no particular order) are where some of his interests lie:
- Regulated Software development
- The Internet of Things
- Artificial Intelligence
- Assisted living technology
- Connected Health
- Bio-medical engineering
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Wang. X, Conboy. K, Cawley, O. 2011 “Leagile” Software Development: An Experience Report Analysis of the Application of Lean Approaches in Agile Software Development”. (The Journal of Systems and Software. Special issue on: "Towards a unified view of agile software development")
Books and Book Chapters
Cawley. O. “Trials and tribulations of the Global Software Engineering process – Evolving with your organisation”. In Marco Kuhrmann et al (Editors) Managing Software Process Evolution. 2016.
Cawley. O, Weibelzahl, S, Richardson. I, Delaney. Y. 2014 “Incorporating a self-directed learning pedagogy in the Computing Classroom: Problem Based Learning as a means to improving Software Engineering learning outcomes”. In: Overcoming Challenges in Software Engineering Education: Delivering Non-Technical Knowledge and Skills. IGI Global; 2014.
Conference Proceedings and Papers
Uhlemann, J., Kakouli-Duarte, T., Cawley, O. 2017 “Computer assisted identification, counting, sorting and monitoring in biological systems” 2017. 3rd International Symposium on Nematodes as Environmental Bioindicators.
Cawley. O, Wang. X, Richardson. I, 2015 “A Conceptual Framework for Lean Regulated Software Development”, International Conference on Software and System Process.
Cawley. O, Wang, X, Richardson. I, 2013 “Lean Software Development – What Exactly Are We Talking About?”. The 4th International Conference on Lean Enterprise Software and Systems (LESS), Galway, Ireland.
McHugh. M, Cawley. O, McCaffery. F, Richardson. I, Wang. X. 2013 “An Agile V-Model for Medical Device Software Development to Overcome the Challenges with Plan-Driven Software Development Lifecycles”. (5th International Workshop on Software Engineering in Health Care SEHC (ICSE 2013), San Francisco, USA)
Cawley. O, Richardson. I, Wang. X. 2012 “Regulated Software Development – An Onerous Transformation” (International Symposium on the Foundations of Health Information Engineering and Systems FHIES 2012, Paris, France.)
Cawley. O, Richardson. I, Wang. X. 2011 “Medical Device Software development - A Perspective From a Lean Manufacturing Plant” (International Conference on Process Improvement and Capability Determination in Software, Systems Engineering and Service Management SPICE 2011, Dublin, Ireland.)
Other Research Outputs
One invention disclosure
Current Research Students
MSc by Research- Jason Uhlemann “Computer assisted identification, counting, sorting and monitoring in biological systems”
MSc by Research- Libor Zachoval “Leveraging xAPI in a corporate e-learning environment to facilitate the tracking, modelling and predictive analysis of learner behaviour”
Areas of Interest as a Supervisor
- Applied Artificial Intelligence
- Ambient Assisted Living
- Exergaming/Serious Games
- Internet Of Things
- Health related technology
Engagement and Collaboration
- Erasmus+ partner for cross-European new module development “Serious Games and Welfare Technology”
- Various Enterprise Ireland innovation vouchers.