Dr. Edina Hatunic-Webster
Member of the Applied Social Computing Research group
Lecturer in Computer Science, TU Dublin
Dr. Edina Hatunic-Webster is a Lecturer in TU Dublin School of Computer Science since 2004. During the years, she taught, carried out assessments, monitored and evaluated examinations work on various modules. She supervised MSc and undergraduate final year projects. She was actively involved in the academic direction of the School programmes and provided academic leadership in the role of the programme chair of an undergraduate programme.
Prior to joining TU Dublin, Edina worked on EU research projects (COST-11, COST 225, ADVANCE – RACE, PEMMON – ESPRIT). She also worked in the Irish IT sector for 10 years in a range of roles and responsibilities. She gained experience in design and development in emerging technologies; leading development teams; applying quality processes in software industry.
Edina obtained the following qualifications:
PhD Computer Science (2019), Technological University Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. Thesis title: Modelling Anti-Phishing Authentication Ceremonies
MSc Computer Science (1993), University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. Thesis title: Design and Implementation of a Security System for a Complaint Handling Management Application
BSc Mathematics with Computer Science (Hons) (1989). University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Hercegovina