In 2008, I cofounded a software development company – Shared Object. We seek mandates for challenging IT projects. One project I worked on with Shared Object is the development of a (Java-based) portfolio reporting application for Pictet Asset Management S.A. My current development project is a platform for managing curling tournaments, a project in collaboration with the
In 2008, I cofounded a software development company – Shared Object. We seek mandates for challenging IT projects. One project I worked on with Shared Object is the development of a (Java-based) portfolio reporting application for Pictet Asset Management S.A. My current development project is a platform for managing curling tournaments, a project in collaboration with the Geneva Curling Arena.
Previously, I worked on several R&D projects at INRIA (France) and the University of Geneva where I was responsible for university courses as well as PhD and master student supervision.
Trainer/Developer @ Appway provides a platform for the orchestration of business processes using BPMN. It has been successfully used for Client on-boarding processes in the financial domain, but there are numerous possibilities for the technology. From May 2015 to Present (8 months) Co-founder @ The goal of Shared Object is to participate on fun and challenging projects that develop useful and complete solutions for real-world business problems. We are deeply passionate about technology and R&D challenges, with a background that is both practical and academic. From September 2008 to Present (7 years 4 months) Senior researcher @ Development activities: security kernel for legal stipulations relating to personal data protection (privacy) and copyright enforcement, based on the TPM (Trusted Platform Module); Modeling framework for open source software processes.
Teaching activities: Information Systems Security for final year engineering students at INSA (Engineering School) in Rennes, and a continuous education course (MATIS) oriented towards professionals on security management co-organized by Geneva, Lausanne and Neuchâtel universities. From January 2006 to September 2008 (2 years 9 months) Assistant Professor @ Ran research projects in the areas of Java-based operating system support for ambient information systems and security: a Java-based OS for embedded systems and portable devices.
Supervision of PhD and master students; Courses on Software Engineering ("Programmation Systèmes", "Programmation Objet"). From November 1997 to December 2005 (8 years 2 months) Visiting Professor @ Worked on the design and development of the Resource Management API for the Java platform – a feature that allows Java programs to measure and control use of resources (e.g., thread, memory, database connections, etc.). This API became the Java Specification Request 284. From September 2002 to April 2003 (8 months) Post-doctoral Researcher @ Design and implementation of a library of software security components. From 1994 to 1997 (3 years)
PhD, Computer Security @ University of Rennes From 1991 to 1994 BA, Computer Science @ Trinity College, Dublin From 1987 to 1991 Ciarán Bryce is skilled in: Programming, Teaching, Portfolio Reporting, Software Engineering, Java, Clojure, R&D, Security, Software Design, Open Source, OOP, Software Development, Agile, Shell Scripting, Git