Robert Sheehy

Robert Sheehy
Lecturer / Researcher


Ph.D. (Mathematics) (UCC), M.Sc. (Mathematics), B.Sc. (Joint Honours Mathematics and Computing) (UCC)

Research Areas of Expertise / Interest:

Computer Graphics, Games Middleware (Physics), Mathematical modelling, simulation and Artificial Intelligence.

Brief Biography:

Dr. Robert Sheehy has been a lecturer in the School of Science and Computing in the Institute of Technology Tralee (ITT) since 1995, during which time he has supervised projects up to Ph.D. level. His was brought in to ITT primarily for his Mathematics background but has more recently has been taking a leading role in the development and running of the Computing with Games Development degrees at ITT. As a result of this involvement, his current interests include Computer Graphics, Games Middleware (Physics), Mathematical modelling and simulation. He is currently involved in the supervision of 3 M.Sc. by research students who are researching applications of Artificial Neural Networks. He completed his Ph.D. at UCC in Mathematics in 1995, M.Sc. in Mathematics (UCC) in 1992 and his B.Sc. (Joint Honours) in Mathematics and Computer Science in 1991.