ADAPT Centre Office (middle row, by the window)
School of Computing
DCU Glasnevin Campus
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My research focuses on problems of intersectionality in fair personalised information retrieval (IR) systems. Current fair solutions in machine learning and IR are often ill-suited to address more nuanced forms of bias, such as discrimination against subsections of larger protected groups. In my research, I develop and study novel algorithms and systems with a focus on protecting intersectional groups from biased treatment.
regexguy in the office, often tasked with writing scripts to modify huge portions of code, automate tedious tasks, or enforce a coding standard rule across different languages. I led the charge in transitioning date and time standards used within Visma’s InSchool project to ISO-8601. This involved huge collaboration across teams.
My dissertation covered privacy-oriented news aggregation.
BA in Computer Science, Linguistics and French
Clubs and societies: Rowing (DUBC), internet society (netsoc), student journalism
Université Paris Diderot (now Université de Paris)
Erasmus student in informatique linguistique (computational linguistics). Classes and assignments were through French. This placement was over the course of one academic year, as part of my undergraduate degree.
|French||Professional working proficiency|
|Irish||Good reading and listening.|
“Seán is a self directed learner who sets the highest standards for himself and others. Very focused, very motivated, and an excellent developer. He makes the difference because he goes the distance. There is no mountain he will not climb. We had a lot of mountains.”