Dr Ruairí O’Reilly

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Dr Ruairí O'Reilly is an academic in the Department of Computer Science at Cork Institute of Technology. Ruairí graduated with a BSc in Computer Science (2008) and a PhD in Computer Science (2015) from University College Cork. Dr O'Reilly's research focuses on artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, distributed systems and data analytics. The intersection of artificial intelligence and healthcare is of particular interest. Currently, investigating the appropriateness and suitability of machine learning approaches to be developed, evaluated and validated in a clinical setting. Dr O'Reilly has carried out significant work developing distributed architectures to monitor and analyse time-series data applied to healthcare. This has resulted in the deployment of remote health solutions that combine e-health, automated analysis and decision making systems.

conference publications

Year Description
2021 Zachary Dair, Ryan Donovan, Ruairi O'Reilly, Linguistic and Gender Variation in Speech Emotion Recognition using Spectral Features, The 29th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science
2021 Urja Pawar, Christopher T Culbert, Ruairi O’Reilly, Evaluating Hierarchical Medical Workflows using Feature Importance, The 34th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems
2021 Zachary Dair, Ryan Donovan, Ruairi O'Reilly, Classification of Emotive Expression Using Verbal and Non Verbal Components of Speech in Proceedings of the 32nd Irish Signals and Systems Conference
2020Ryan Donovan, Aoife Johnson, Ruairi O'Reilly, Differentiation in Personality Emotion Mappings From Self-Reported Emotion and Automatically Classified Emotion, The 28th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Dublin.
2020Urja Pawar, Donna O’Shea, Susan Rea, Ruairi O'Reilly, Incorporating Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) to aid the Understanding of Machine Learning in the Healthcare Domain in Proceedings of the 28th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Dublin.
2020Ryan Donovan, Aoife Johnson and Ruairi O'Reilly, Introducing PEM - A Quantitative Model Mapping Personality Traits to Basic Emotions in Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Computational Science and its Applications, Cagliari, Italy.
2020Chand Sheikh, Farshad Ghassemi Toosi and Ruairi O'Reilly, An Ensemble-based Approach to the Detection of COVID-19 Induced Pneumonia using X-Ray Imagery in Proceedings of the Irish Machine Vision & Image Processing Conference (IMVIP), Sligo, Ireland.
2020Liam Murphy and Ruairi O'Reilly, A Comparative Analysis of a State-of-the-Art CNN versus a Bespoke Capsule Network for Cell Image Classification in Proceedings of the Irish Machine Vision & Image Processing Conference (IMVIP), Sligo, Ireland.
2020Ryan Donovan, Jamie Cotter and Ruairi O'Reilly, Improving Academic Performance Amongst First Years College Students through a Goal-Setting Program in Proceedings of the 31st Irish Signals and Systems Conference, Letterkenny.
2020Urja Pawar, Susan Rea, Donna O’Shea and Ruairi O'Reilly, Explainable AI in Smart Healthcare, in Proceedings of Cyber Science 2020.
2018Orla O’Brien, Ruairi O'Reilly, Beats-Per-Minute (BPM): A Microservice-based Platform for the Monitoring of Health-Related Data via Activity Trackers in Proceedings of the 20th IEEE International Conference on E-health Networking, Application & Services.
2013 R. D. O’Reilly, et al., "ScrutiniseIT: A Search-Based Approach to EEG Seizure Detection." eTELEMED 2013, The Fifth International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine, and Social Medicine. 2013.
2012 R. D. O’Reilly, et al.,  “A system for the transmission, processing and visualisation of EEG to support Irish  Neonatal Intensive Care Units” in the 25th Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2012.
2011 R. D. O’Reilly, et al., “An Interactive Annotation System to Support Collaborative Analysis of Streaming Physiological Data” in Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on E-Health Networking, Applications and Services, Missouri, U.S.A., June 2011
2010 P. D. Healy, R. D. O’Reilly, G. B. Boylan, and J. P. Morrison, “Web-based remote monitoring of live EEG,” in Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on E-Health Networking, Applications and Services, Lyon, France, July 2010.

Workshop Publications

Year Description
2020Ryan Donovan, Aoife Johnson, Aine De Roiste and Ruairi O'Reilly, Quantifying the Links between the Basic Emotions and Personality Sub-Traits in Proceedings of the Workshop on Affective Computing and Emotion Recognition.
2010Ruairi O'Reilly, PD Healy, JP Morrison and GB Boylan., An Agent Framework for the Analysis of Streaming Physiological Data in Proceedings of the 3rd International ICST Conference on Electronic Healthcare.

Posters

Year Description
2021David Walshe and Ruairi O'Reilly, Methods for Creating Reproducible Machine Learning Workflows for Skin Lesion Classification, 2021 IEEE EMBS International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI).
2021Brendan Lyden, Ruairí O’Reilly, Evaluating Automated Classification of Sleep Apnea from SpO2 in a Simulated Activity Tracker Environment, 2021 IEEE EMBS International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI).
2019Jack Hickey and Ruairi O'Reilly, Enabling Multi-Party Consensual Data Exchange Through Blockchain in Proceedings of the 27th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science.
2019Sean Quinlan, Haithem Afli and Ruairi O'Reilly, A Comparative Analysis of Classification Techniques for Cervical Cancer Utilising At Risk Factors and Screening Test Results in Proceedings of the 27th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science.
2019Gaurav Kumar, Urja Pawar and Ruairi O'Reilly, Arrhythmia Detection in ECG Signals Using a Multilayer Perceptron Network in Proceedings of the 27th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science.
2019P. Nisha, Urja Pawar and Ruairi O'Reilly, Interpretable Machine Learning Models for Assisting Clinicians in the Analysis of Physiological Data in Proceedings of the 27th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science.
2018David Foley, Ruairi O'Reilly, An Evaluation of Convolutional Neural Network Models for Object Detection in Images on Low-End Devices in Proceedings of the 26th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science.

PhD Thesis

Year Description
2015Ruairi O'Reilly, A Distributed Architecture for the Monitoring and Analysis of Time Series Data.
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