Micheal worked on a number of EU and EI funded projects in the last 10 years. He was the technical coordinator for the EU funded PERSIST project with focused on developing a platform for the development and demonstration of “Smart Spaces” to assist end-users in enterprise and educational environments. This project achieved an excellent ranking in its final review.
He served as the Research Coordinator for the EU funded SOCIETIES project. SOCIETIES addressed the gap between the physical world (pervasive systems) and the virtual world (including Social Networks) by enabling the discovery, connection and organisation of people, resources and things. This project completed in 2014 with an excellent ranking.
He worked on network management work-package on the PRISTINE project, which was investigating and developing software for the commercial exploitation of RINA based networks. RINA is an innovative, clean-slate approach to computer networking that uses inter-process communications (IPC), a set of techniques for the exchange of data among multiple threads in processes running on one or more computers connected by a network.
He currently working on the application of pervasive computing principles in the Transportation sector ie, Smarter Transport.
MSc. in Computing (research and thesis)
BSc. in Applied Computing (Industrial)