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Patrick McInerney is a lecturer of Computer Science at Waterford Institute of Technology in the area of 3D visualisation with particular expertise in 3D modelling, lighting and rendering. Research interests include close-range photogrammetric surveying and point-cloud visualisation of cultural heritage material.
Patrick is currently involved in the technical illustration of a number of nationally and internationally-published books and journal articles that specialise in the area of archaeological and historical research.
1988 - 1987: Archaeological surveyor, Lisnagun Ringfort, Clonakilty, Co.Cork.
1987 - 1992: Archaeological surveyor and publication illustrator, Waterford City excavations.
1992 - 1995: Lead Archaeological Surveyor and publication illustrator, Kilkenny Castle excavations.
2008 - 2011: Archaeological illustrator private practice.
1995 - 1999: Bsc (Hons) Industrial Applied Computing, WIT
2006 - 2009: HDip Social Science in Visual Media Studies, The Open University
2017 Summer School, 3D Surveying and Modelling in Digital Heritage - Pfaos, Cyprus
2013 Digital Heritage International Congress - Marseilles, France
2013 Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures - Trento, Italy
2012 NETGames - Network and Systems Support for Games - Venice, Italy