Liam O'Sullivan is a lecturer on the Music & Media Technologies post-graduate course, situated within Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Trinity College Dublin. His research examines the use of emergent technologies such as multitouch screens and gaming devices for the provision of musical control and multimodal feedback.
His qualifications include a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Higher Diploma in Applied Physics, both from University College Cork. He is a Master of Philosophy graduate of the Music & Media Technologies course at TCD, where he now lectures on several modules. He has previously lectured a course in interactive systems in NUI Maynooth. He has several years of experience in technical roles within the electronics' industry and has worked as a research assistant in electronic engineering, also in TCD.
He has exhibited and performed artistic work at home and abroad (Darklight, DEAF, The Joy Gallery, The Digital Hub, The Joinery, Creating a Diversion New York). His creative work uses technology in the pursuit of artistic goals and includes video and animation, electronic music, computational and generative art and physical computing interfaces for musical applications