Lecturer in Computing
School of Science & Computing - Dept Computing & Mathematics - Database & Analytics
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331 1969 - Main Building
Anne Dunphy is a lecturer in the Department of Computing and Maths in WIT and is Joint programme leader for the Higher Diploma in Agri-Food Systems. Anne obtained a BSc. (Hons) in Computing at UCC. She also has a BSc in Mathematics from UCC. Since joining WIT in 1996, Anne has lectured at both undergraduate postgraduate level.
Prior to joining WIT, Anne worked for twelve years in IT in various companies in Ireland, UK and the US.
Anne runs her own 150 acre farm which she inherited in 1998. She has increased the herd from 27 originally to 70 suckler cows in 2017. Thus she has a keen interest in beef genetics and is an active member of the Beef Genomics system (Her herd is in the top 10% with a Average rating of €109). She is also a member of the ICBF Herdplus program and is currently part of the new pilot Weanling Performance Analysis program. As well as the regular sucklers there is also a small purebred Dexter herd consisting four cows on the farm.
Since 2008 Anne have been involved in Agriculural research projects in WIT. She is particularly interested in beef genetics and beef genomics. She has supervised a number of projects in Beef Star ratings, Beef production, and Medical remedies to bovines. Anne has attended a number of confereneces including:
Teagasc Athenry Open day 5th September 2018 and Summer 2016 Co. Galway.
AgTech Symposium 2017 5th July 2017 Thurles, Co. Tipperary
Teagasc National Beef Conference 2017, 2016 Athlone, Co. Westmeath
Teagasc Technology Foresight 2035 8th March 2016 Aviva Stadium Dublin
Harvesting Knowledge From Big Data 13th December 2016 UCD Dublin
Euro-Tier Mid November 2016 Hanover Germany
Teagasc ICT in Agriculture Seminar 26th February 2016 Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Beef 2016 'Profitable Technologies' 5th July 2016 Grange, Co. Meath
Beef Forum 2014 :My future in Beef 18th June 2014 Grange, Co. Meath
Beef Open Day 27th June 2012 Grange, Co. Meath
Lecturer in Computing (WIT) since 1996. Joint Programme leader for Higher Diploma in Agri-food systems. Currently teaching modules Agricultural ICT to fourth year Bsc (hons) in Agricultural Science students and Computer Applications to the Bsc in Agriculture Students as well as Databases on BSc in Multimedia and BSc in IT.
Prior to joining WIt Anne tutored employees in previous companies in company specific software.
1985 - 1988 Plessey Controls Ltd. Poole Dorset - Software Development engineer in Traffic Control.
1988 - 1989 Amhadl Ireland Dublin & Sunnyvale California - Mainframe Test Engineer
1989 - 1990 ICM Portlaoise - Database developer for Agricultural Mills
1990 - 1991 Softech Telecom Dublin - Maintenace Manager for Ringmaster (Telephone logging system)
1991 - 1993 Garrett Ireland and Garret South Bend Indiana - Project Analyst for Aviation software
1993 - 1996 Stafford Miller Dungarvan - Systems Administrator & Systems Analyst
1996 - Present Lecturer in WIT