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Ms. Amanda Freeman-Gater Lecturer in Computing

Title:

Lecturer

School/ Department:

School of Science & Computing - Dept Computing & Mathematics - Networks & Cloud

Telephone:

+353 0 051 834162

Room Name/ Num:

Portacabin 2

Campus:

Main Campus

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My Biography

MSc (by research), Waterford Institute of Technology

BSc (Hons) Commercial Software Development, Waterford Institute of Technology

Higher Diploma in Multimedia Applications Development, Waterford Institute of Technology

Higher Certificate in Multimedia, Waterford Institute of Technology

Teaching

2004 – Present: Lecturer in the School of Science (Computing)

I am currently teaching at undergraduate level and my main interest areas are Computer Systems, Operating Systems Networks and Cloud Infrastructure. I also supervise  MSc Dissertations

Programme Leader:

BSc. (Hons) in Software Systems Practice year 4

BSc. (Hons) in Software Systems Development year 4.

BSc. (Hons) in Software Systems Development year 3.

Professional

Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching Instructor

Certified AWS Cloud Foundations Instructor

Certified AWS Cloud Architect Instructor

Publications

Freeman, A. & Stapleton, L. & Byrne, G. (2007). ‘The Information Systems Security Development Process: Through an Anthropological Lens’, Proceedings of the Information Systems Development Conference.  Galway, Ireland.


Freeman, A. & Doyle, L. (2007). ‘An Investigation into the Role of Information Systems Security in SMEs in the Southeast of Ireland’, Proceedings of the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems. Lisbon, Portugal.


Freeman, A. & Stapleton, L. & Byrne, G. (2008). ‘The Information Systems Development Process:  Through an Anthropological Lens’, Proceedings of the IADIS Multi Conference on Information Systems. The Algarve, Portugal.


Freeman, A. & Stapleton, L. & Byrne, G. (2008). ‘Systems Security Problems and Cultural Meanings in Control and Automation Systems:  Empirical Evidence for Value Conflicts in Systems Engineering’.  Proceedings of the 17th International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) World Congress. Seoul, South Korea.


Stapleton, L. & Freeman, A. (2008).  ‘The Use of an Axiological Lens to Review Globalised Automation and Control Systems Projects’.  Proceedings of the 17th International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) World Congress. Seoul, South Korea.

 

Freeman, A. & Stapleton, L. & Byrne, G. (2009). ‘The Information Systems Security Process, Through an Anthropological Lens’, in Barry et al., (eds.) Information Systems Development: Challenges in Practice, Theory, and Education. Galway, Ireland: Springer, pp. 741-752.

 

Freeman, A. & Doyle, L. (2009). ‘Information Systems Security in Small to Medium Sized Enterprises in the Southeast of Ireland’, in D'Atri et al., (eds.) Management of the Interconnected World. Costa Smeralda, Italy: Springer.  

 

Howe, P & Freeman, A (2012). 'Systems Complexity and Risk' Proceedings of the International Stability and Systems Engineering Conference.  Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford City, Ireland