The Blockchain Ireland Education, Skills, and Innovation Working Group has a new chair, Dr Trevor Clohessy.
Dr Clohessy is a lecturer of more than 20 year’s experience, with University of Galway, the Atlantic Technological University, and private institutes such as Blockdaemon, City Colleges and Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Dr Clohessy has also more than 15 years research experience with SFI institutions, such as Lero and Biorbic, as well working with private large and SME institutions.
He is currently working in Information Technology at the engineering department of the Atlantic Technological University (ATU). He lectures in cloud computing, Microsoft Azure, blockchain, business analytics, Tableau, Power BI, decision theory, data visualisation, and application development topics.
Dr Clohessy takes over from Professor Joyce O’Connor, who served with the group for many years, drawing on her decades of experience in higher education in Ireland.
Blockchain Ireland conveys its sincere thanks and admiration for Professor O’Connor’s dedication and work, and welcomes and congratulates Dr Clohessy, who will also be joining the Blockchain Ireland Steering Group.