Alan Smeaton

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Professor Alan F. Smeaton MRIA[1] is a researcher and academic at Dublin City University. Among his accomplishments are founding TRECVid, the Centre for Digital Video Processing, and being a winner of the University President's Research Award in Science and Engineering in 2002 and the DCU Educational Trust Leadership Award in 2009. He is a founding director of Insight Centre for Data Analytics[2] at Dublin City University (2013-2019). Prior to that he was a Principal Investigator and Deputy Director of CLARITY: Centre for Sensor Web Technologies, (2008-2013)[3] and .

Currently (2013), Prof. Smeaton also serves on the editorial boards for the ACM Journal on Computers and Cultural Heritage, Information Processing and Management and the journal Foundations and Trends in Information Retrieval. Prof. Smeaton was elected a Member of the Royal Irish Academy in May 2013, the highest academic distinction in Ireland.[4]

In 2012 Prof. Smeaton was appointed by Minister Sean Sherlock to the board of the Irish Research Council[5]

Published works[edit]

Books by Alan Smeaton include:

Representative Papers by Alan Smeaton include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ President Welcomes New Members to the Academy - Royal Irish Academy, 31 May 2013
  2. ^ Insight
  3. ^ Professor Alan Smeaton | Centre for Sensor Web Technologies
  4. ^ President Welcomes New Members to the Academy - Royal Irish Academy, 31 May 2013
  5. ^ [1] Irish Research Council.

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