Member of the Applied Social Computing Research group
Lecturer in Computer Science, TU Dublin
Damian Gordon obtained his B.A.(Mod.) in Computer Science from Trinity College, Dublin in 1995, and his M.A. in Computer Science in 2000 from the same institute.
He has certification in Java and HTML Programming, Technology Enhanced Learning, and Creativity and Critical Thinking in Higher Education.
After graduation he worked as a Researcher for LG Electronics, automating the inspection of shadow masks using a cognitive model based on the persistence of vision of virtual contours. Following that he was Visiting Researcher to the Department of Computer Science, NUI Maynooth, researching and authoring technical reports on Computer Vision, focusing on the spatial perception of time multiplexing. For six years he worked as a Programmer, Analyst, Technical Team Lead, and Implementation Consultant for various IT companies, and for the past twenty years has worked as a lecturer in the Technological University Dublin (formerly Dublin Institute of Technology).