School of Computing, Dublin City University, Ireland




Social Systems

Environmental and Transport
Researchers: Heather J. Ruskin, Liam Tuohey, Marija Bezbradica, Jelena Vasic, Ruili Wang (Assoc.), Thiti Chitangkool, Ray Walshe

Financial and Socioeconomic
Researchers: Martin Crane, Heather J. Ruskin, Adel Al-Sharkasi (Assoc.), Jose-Abilio Matos (Assoc.)

Assisted Living
Modelling /Analysis of Lifelogging
Researchers: Heather J. Ruskin, Martin Crane, Na Li

(Computational Biology / Bioinformatics)
Modelling: Immune Response, Drug Dissolution, Microarray Data Analysis, Epigenetics
Researchers: Heather J. Ruskin, Martin Crane, John Burns (Assoc.), Ana Barat, Gráinne Kerr (Assoc.), Dimitri Perrin (Assoc.), Alina Sîrbu (Assoc.), Marija Bezbradica, Irina Roznovăţ

Data Science : Quality, Analytics, Pattern Matching & Visualisation, HEC
Researchers: Martin Crane, Heather J. Ruskin, Ana Barat, John Burns (Assoc.), Markus Helfert, Jane Kernan, Andrew McCarren, Marija Bezbradica, Irina Roznovăţ


Latest News

  • 2014: Workshops QSPH'14: The Role of Quantified Self for Personal Healthcare Workshop and CMBE2014: Computational Modelling and Bioinformatics in Epigenetics to be held in conjunction with IEEE BIBM 2014, (Belfast, UK), on the 2nd - 5th November 2014.
  • 2014: ModSci 3rd 2013/2014 Quarter Meeting and Seminar session to be held on Thursday, 29th of May. Seminar topic was Complex Systems & Data Analytics. More information on Seminars' page.
  • 2014: ModSci 2nd 2013/2014 Quarter Meeting and Seminar session was held (jointly as part of Sci-Sym series) on Wednesday, 12th of February. The Q2 ModSci meeting was held electronically. Seminar topic was Bioinformatics/BioMedicine. More information on Seminars' page.
  • 2014: Having successfully defended her PhD in autumn, Jelena Vasic submitted the final version of her thesis and graduated in March 2014. Warmest congratulations to Jelena and to her supervisor Prof. Heather J. Ruskin.
  • Previous news can be checked here.


Parallel Computing

In Modelling & Scientific Computing we are hoping to use the cluster to apply parallel implementations of work in immune system modelling, drug & virus propagation, general biocomputation, and hopefully other areas within the group's focus.

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About the Group
Events / Conference Inputs

Affiliated Research Centres:

The Centre for Scientific Computing & Complex Systems Modelling
(University-wide umbrella for research interests in Computational Science, Modelling and Analysis)

Cloud Core (Platform & Technologies associated data management).

INSIGHT (Data Analytics w.r.t. large-scale data streaming/visualisation). Some common interests on aspects of data analytics.

Historical association : National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology Ireland on Biocomputation projects.


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