Sometimes I write stuff. That is my job, after all. Sometimes that stuff gets published. Sometimes it doesn't. The stuff that's been published is collected below.

[1] Cormac Hampson, Eoin Bailey, Gary Munnelly, Séamus Lawless, and Owen Conlan. Dynamic personalisation for digital cultural heritage collections. In UMAP Workshops, 2013. [ bib ]
[2] Maristella Agosti, Owen Conlan, Nicola Ferro, Cormac Hampson, and Gary Munnelly. Interacting with digital cultural heritage collections via annotations: the cultura approach. In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM symposium on Document engineering, pages 13-22. ACM, 2013. [ bib ]
[3] Nicola Ferro, Gary Munnelly, Cormac Hampson, and Owen Conlan. Fostering interaction with cultural heritage material via annotations: the fast-cat way. In Italian Research Conference on Digital Libraries, pages 41-52. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013. [ bib ]
[4] Cormac Hampson, Gary Munnelly, Eoin Bailey, Séamus Lawless, and Owen Conlan. Improving user control and transparency in the digital humanities. In Culture and Computing (Culture Computing), 2013 International Conference on, pages 196-197. IEEE, 2013. [ bib ]
[5] Gary Munnelly, Cormac Hampson, N Ferro, and O Conlan. The fast-cat: Empowering cultural heritage annotations. Proceedings of Digital Humanities, 2013. [ bib ]
[6] Gary Munnelly, Cormac Hampson, Seamus Lawless, and Owen Conlan. The cultura portal. In International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, pages 155-158. Springer International Publishing, 2013. [ bib ]
[7] Christina M Steiner, Maristella Agosti, Mark S Sweetnam, Eva-C Hillemann, Nicola Orio, Chiara Ponchia, Cormac Hampson, Gary Munnelly, Alexander Nussbaumer, Dietrich Albert, et al. Evaluating a digital humanities research environment: the cultura approach. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 15(1):53-70, 2014. [ bib ]
[8] Owen Conlan, Alexander O'Connor, Órla Ní Loinsigh, Gary Munnelly, Séamus Lawless, and Rachel Murphy. Revolutionary entities: Turning data into knowledge to drive personalized exploration of the irish rising of 1916. In Big Data (Big Data), 2014 IEEE International Conference on, pages 32-38. IEEE, 2014. [ bib ]
[9] Cormac HAMPSON, Gary MUNNELLY, Eoin BAILEY, Séamus LAWLESS, and Owen CONLAN. The cultura pipeline for digital humanities research. [ bib ]
[10] Gary Munnelly, Alexander O.Connor, Jennifer Edmond, and Séamus Lawless. Finding meaning in the chaos. [ bib ]
[11] Gary Munnelly, Kevin Koidl, and Séamus Lawless. Exposing ourselves: Displaying our cultural assets for public consumption. In ACHS@ JCDL, 2016. [ bib ]
[12] Gary Munnelly, Cormac Hampson, Séamus Lawless, Maristella Agosti, and Owen Conlan. The cultura project: Supporting next generation interaction with digital cultural heritage collections. [ bib ]
[13] Simon Hengchen, Alexander O.Connor, Gary Munnelly, Jennifer Edmond, and Long Room Hub. Comparing topic model stability across language and size. In Proceedings of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities Conference 2016, 2016. [ bib ]