Contact Details

Dr. Gavin Doherty
School of Computer Science and Statistics
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin 2.
+353 1 8963858
Gavin.Doherty @

Professional Activities

Research projects

  • P.I for TCD in the WHAAM project for ADHD monitoring as part of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme.
  • I was Principal Investigator for Technology Enhanced Therapy, a partnership between TCD, the National Digital Research Centre and ParentsPlus, leading to the formation of Silvercloud Health. We have a description of related research on the Technology in Mental Health page.
  • Interaction Design component (SF.1) of the SFI CSET on Next Generation Localisation , working with Dr. Saturnino Luz.
  • P.I. for ManyCore project – Information visualization for the performance optimization of multicore programs, with Lero@TCD and IBM research, working with Dr. David Gregg.
  • (Completed) “An integrated software framework for mental health applications”, supported by Enterprise Ireland.
  • (Completed) Designing decision support for complex work environments (supported by Intel Ireland).
  • (Completed) Virtually Healthy (supported by the HEA)
  • Mobile Decision Support for the Healthcare Environment (IRCSET/Intel Enterprise Partnership).
  • I am a collaborator on the Inspire Ireland project “Minding our mental health online”, funded by the National Office for Suicide Prevention.


Proposal reviewing

  • Proposal reviewer for EPSRC (UK).
  • Proposal reviewer for Health Research Council (NZ).
  • Proposal reviewer for NSERC (Canada).
  • Proposal reviewer for Dutch Research Council (NWO).
  • Proof of concept panel for Enterprise Ireland.


Within College

  • I am research representative on the School Administration Committee.
  • I was Postgraduate Demonstration Co-ordinator for a number of years, allocating and dealing with all labaratory and tutorial demonstrators and teaching assistants. I wrote an online system to streamline the process after taking over this job.
  • I am on the steering committee for the IDS TILDA multimedia project, looking at disseminating the results of the Intellectual Disability Supplement to the TILDA project.