Name:  Seamus Henry Rooney

Date of Birth:

3rd June 1960
Present Position:   January 1998 Electronic and Computer Technician

Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin St, Dublin 8

  to Date:


School of Electronic and Communication Engineering

  Academic Qualifications
Links 1964-1972 Primary School St. Bridget's NS,Omeath,Co.Louth


1972-1975 Intermediate Certificate Bush Cooley Co.Louth
Higher Education Authority 1975-1977 Leaving Certificate Dundalk IT


N.C.E.A. Certificate in Electronics Dundalk IT


N.C.E.A. Diploma in Electronics Dundalk IT


The Engineering Council Examination

 1992 Part 2 B

The Engineer in Society  

1993 Part2 A

Computer Engineering Mathematics
    Communication engineering Electronic engineering
    Fields and Circuits  

1999 Part 2 C

Project Click to see Project
Designed and created  a Waveform Generator using the HP VEE Software Development System with hardware interface to the MAX038 function generator Integrated Circuit

Master of Science (Computing), Trainer of Trainers, Single Subject Certification

Masters Degree Modules


Telecommunications Cork IT


Computer Networks Cork IT


World Wide Web Design & Development Tallaght IT


Operating Systems Sligo IT

Research Dissertation:

Click to see Dissertation

Remote Monitoring: A Simulation of a Home Automation System over Broadband with LabVIEW

9th November 2006


Msc In Computing SligoIT

Industrial Experience



Dublin Institute of Technology School of Electronic and Communication Engineering
  Technical Officer: duties to provide technical support to academic staff and students


  Ascom Timplex International Ltd Clonshaugh Industrial Estate,Coolock,Dublin 17
  Test and Debug Technician Data and Voice Communication LAN/WAN Systems


Computer Automation Ltd Clonshaugh Industrial Estate, Coolock, Dublin 17
  Test and Debug Technicain Minicomputer Systems


Memory Computer Ireland Sandyford, Dublin 14, Tallaght, Dublin 24
  Test and Debug Technician Minicomputer Systems


Nixdorf Computer Bray,Co.Wicklow  
  Test and Debug Technician Minicomputer Systems



Updated 17th January 2007