Denis Dwyer is a software research engineer in the Neonatal Brain Research Group.
Denis received his BSc Honours Degree (Computer Science) from UCC in 1990 and prior to joining the NBRG had almost 20 years experience as a software engineer in the private sector.
Within the group he is responsible for the design and implementation of the EEG algorithm in a real-time programming environment. His main tasks involve the reading and analysing of the EEG signal to produce an end-user Seizure Detection application.
Jerry graduated from UCC with a BSc in Computer Science, and completed a MSc in Interactive Media in 2011. Jerry joined the Neonatal Brain Research Group (NBRG) in February 2014 as Research Systems Manager and prior to joining has worked for more than 10 years in the Healthcare and Medical Education areas.
His focus is designing and implementing technology solutions for the NBRG group including the coordination of existing and new technology partners. This includes investigation in the use of both on premises and Cloud solutions and how they may be best harnessed for research activity. He manages the data and data flow in NBRG ensuring the highest standards are maintained.