EPSRC and SFI Centre for Doctoral Training in

Energy Resilience and the Built Environment

EPSRC and SFI Centre for Doctoral Training in

Energy Resilience and the Built Environment

EPSRC and SFI Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy Resilience and the Built Environment

Professor Dirk Pesch

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MaREI
RoleProfessor of Computer Science and Information Technology

Prof. Dirk Pesch is a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Information Technology at University College Cork, Ireland. His research interests focus on design and performance evaluation of algorithms, protocols, and services for Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems applications in smart buildings and cities, energy management in urban and industrial environments, smart manufacturing and independent living. He is particularly interested in real-world IoT deployments and interoperability between such deployments. He is involved in a number of Science Foundation Ireland funded initiatives such as the SFI funded CONNECT Centre on Future Networks, the CONFIRM Centre for Smart Manufacturing, and the ENABLE research programme on Connected Communities as a Principle Investigator and MaREI, the SFI Research Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine Research as an associate investigator. He is the Director of the new SFI Centre for Research Training in Advanced Networks for Sustainable Societies. He also coordinated a number of EU projects in the area of smart and energy efficient buildings and neighbourhoods. He has over 200 journal, book chapter, and conference publications, is involved in international conference organisation in his area of expertise, and on the editorial board of the Wireless Networks journal, the Sensors journal, and the International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks. Prof. Pesch received a Dipl.Ing. degree from RWTH Aachen University, Germany, and a PhD from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, both in Electrical & Electronic Engineering.

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