The Hamilton Institute has been internationally recognized for its work across communication networks, mathematical biology and fundamental mathematics. Current areas of interest for the institute include the improvement of privacy in online systems, the application of probability to immunology and the enhancement of randomised network protocols.

Research Areas:

 
Communications, Control & Networks
 
Ronan Farrell, Dept. of Electronic Engineering
David Malone, Hamilton Institute/ Dept. of Maths & Stats
Ollie Mason, Hamilton Institute/ Dept. of Maths & Stats
Tim McCarthy, Dept. of Computer Science/NCG
  
Dependable Software
 
Kevin Casey, Dept. of Computer Science
Rosemary Monahan, Dept. of Computer Science
James Power, Dept. of Computer Science
  
Machine Learning, Optimization & Robotics
 
Ralf Bierig, Dept. of Computer Science
Edgar Galvan, Dept. of Computer Science
Liadh Kelly, Dept. of Computer Science
John McDonald, Dept. of Computer Science
Tom Naughton, Dept. of Computer Science
Barak Pearlmutter, Dept. of Computer Science
Rudi Villing, Dept. of Electronic Engineering
  
Natural Language Processing & Applications
 
Juan Carlos Arismendi Zambrano, Dept. of Economics, Finance & Accounting
Brian Davis, Dept. of Computer Science
Souleiman Hasan, School of Business
  
Sensors, Instrumentation & Computation
 
Elisa Fadda, Dept. of Chemistry
Bryan Hennelly, Dept. of Electronic Engineering/Computer Science
Charles Markham, Dept. of Computer Science
  
Statistics & Data Analytics
 
Caroline Brophy, Dept. of Maths & Stats
Chris Brunsdon, NCG
Martin Charlton, NCG
Katarina Domijan, Dept. of Maths & Stats
Catherine Hurley, Dept. of Maths & Stats
Andrew Parnell, Hamilton Institute/ Dept. of Maths & Stats