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Dr Keith Power

Biography

KeithPowerImageKeith completed a Joint BSc in Computer Science and Mathematics in UCC in 1999. He subsequently obtained a PhD in decentralised and scalable distributed computing through the Centre for Unified Computing in UCC where he was afterwards employed (2003) as a postdoc researcher in the area of high-performance distributed computing.

Since then he's obtained much industrial experience working with IBM, EMC and United Technology's R&D lab, UTRC. He has also done significant consulting work on projects as diverse as developing machine learning algorithms for animal health monitoring, converting 2D movie footage to 3D and programming computer games.

He is currently the Lead Data Science Engineer at security start-up Barricade.io where he's responsible for detecting malicious behaviour in large volumes of network traffic.

Publications

2005 Keith Power and John P. Morrison. “A Fault Recovery scheme for P2P Metacomputers”. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on High-performance Computing (HiPC) 2005, December 2005.
2005 Seathrùn O'Tuairisg and Michael Browne and John Cunniffe and Andrew Shearer and John Morrison and Keith Power. ” WebCom-G: Implementing an Astronomical Data Analysis Pipeline on a Grid-type Infrastructure”. In ASP Conf. Ser. Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XIV, P.L. Shopbell and M.C. Britton and R. Ebert (editors), Publications of the Astronomy Society of the Pacific, 2005.
2005 Keith Power and John P. Morrison. “Ad hoc Metacomputing with Compeer”. In Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience, 6(1), 17-32, March 2005.
2005 John P. Morrison, Philip D. Healy, David A. Power and Keith J. Power. “The Role of XML Within the WebCom Metacomputing Platform”. In Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience, 6(1), 33-43, March 2005.
2002 Keith Power and John P. Morrison. “Ad hoc Metacomputing with Compeer”. In Proceedings of ISPDC 2002, Iasi, Romania, July 2002.
2002 John P. Morrison and Keith Power. “Compeer: Peer-to-Peer Applications on a Peer-to-Peer DCOM Architecture”. In Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, Anaheim, California, USA, August 2002.
2000 John P. Morrison, Keith Power, and Neil Cafferkey. “Cyclone: A Cycle Brokering System to Harvest Wasted Processor Cycles”. In International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications, Las Vegas, USA, June 2000.

Contact

keith.power@cit.ie