Dr. Susan McKeever is a senior lecturer in the School of Computer Science at Technological University Dublin (previous Dublin Institute of Technology).
My main research areas are in the area of data analytics, machine learning, text analytics, video analytics , activity social media content analysis, autonomous systems, sensor based systems and evidence theory.
I'm a principal investigator in the CeADAR research group ( Centre for Applied Data Analytics). CeADAR work with industry to bring data analytics in to address real world business and future business problems.
I supervise a group of PhD students in the area of text and video analytics. I have recently won a Marie Curie Career fit scholarship working with DocoSOFT, an innovator in the insurance claims sector.
I am deeply interested in helping solve the lack of gender balance in the computer science domain. I am co-founded of the Ingenic (Irish Network for Gender Balance in Computing ) group - a working group of academics and members of 18 third level schools of computing across Ireland.
Before TU Dublin I worked in industry, initially as a consultant with Accenture - and for individual clients (IBM, Bank of Ireland, AIB, other London based clients) working as a project manager on large scale IT projects.
- PhD in Artificial Intelligence (2011) UCD
- MSc DIT (IT for Strategic Management)
- Bachelors Electronic Engineering (first class) Trinity College Dublin