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Ms. Mairéad Hogan
| Mairéad Hogan is a Lecturer in Business Information Systems since 1996. Prior to
joining NUI Galway Mairéad worked in the software industry for 10 years as a
software engineer. She also worked as a consultant in Ergonomics and Usability.
During that time she also completed a Master’s in Engineering Design, focussing
on Human Computer Interaction. She has acted as a reviewer for journals,
conferences and research organisations like the European Journal of
Information Systems, the Australasian Conference on Information Systems,
the International Conference on Information Systems Development and the
Economic and Social Research Council (UK). Mairéad is also the
Programme Director for the MBS in Electronic Commerce.
McHugh, O. & Hogan, M. (2011) Investigating the Rationale for Adopting an Internationally Recognised Project Management Methodology in Ireland: The View of the Project Manager, International Journal of Project Management 29(7) pp xxxx http://www.nuigalway.ie/acc/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijproman.2010.05.001 [Journal Article]
Torres, Ann M., Barry, Chris, Hogan, Mairead (2009) Opaque Web practices among low-cost carriers, Journal of Air Transport Management 15 pp. 299-307 DOI information: 10.1016/j.jairtraman.2009.02.003[Journal Article]
Hogan, M. (2009) Age differences in technophobia: An Irish Study Information Systems Development: challenges in practice, theory, and education 2009, p. 117-130 DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-68772-8_10 [Conference Paper]
|Nachev, A., Hogan, M., Stojanov, B. (2011) 'Performance of Computer -Aided Diagnosis in Interpretation of Breast Lesion Data' In: Business and Engineering Applications of Intelligent and Information Systems. Rzeszov-Sofia: ITEA Press. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Barry, C., Hogan, M. and Torres, A. (2011) 'Low-Cost Carriers and High-Tech Barriers - User Views on Questionable Web Design Practices in Ireland'. Irish Journal Of Management, 31 (1):43-58. [Details]|
|McHugh, O., & Hogan, M. (2011) 'Investigating the rationale for adopting an internationally-recognised project management methodology in Ireland: The view of the project manager'. International Journal Of Project Management, 29 :637-646. [DOI] [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Torres, A., Hogan, M., Barry, C. (2009) 'Opaque Web Practices Among Low-Cost Carriers'. JOURNAL OF AIR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT, . [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Hogan, M. (2006) 'Technophobia amongst older adults in Ireland'. Irish Journal of Management, 27(1), 57-77, . [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Barry, C., Hogan, M. and Torres, A. (2011) Perceptions of Low Cost Carriers’ Compliance with EU Legislation on Optional Extras 20th International Conference on Information Systems Development [Details]|
|Nachev, A. Hogan, M., Stoyanov, B (2011) Cascade-Correlation Neural Networks for Breast Cancer Diagnosis International Conference Artificial Intelligence, ICAI’11 [Details]|
|Barry, C., Hogan, M. and Torres, A. (2010) A study of opacity in web design practices 13th Irish Academy of Management Conference [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Hogan, M. (2009) Age Differences in Technophobia: An Irish Study Informations Systems Development: Challenges in Practice, Theory and Education , pp.299-307 [Details]|
|McHugh, O., Hogan, M. (2007) Project Managers - Do they need to be Certified?/ Information Systems Development: Challenges in Practice, Theory, and Education 16th International Conference on Information Systems Development (ISD2007) Galway, Ireland, , 29-AUG-07 - 31-AUG-07 [Details]|
|HOGAN, M et al. (2007) Age Differences in Technophobia: An Irish Study INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT: CHALLENGES IN PRACTICE, THE , pp.117-130 [Details]|
|McHugh, O., Hogan, M. (2006) An investigation into the impact and use of project management methodologies in organisations in Ireland 9th Irish Academy of Management Conference (IAM 2006) University College Cork Cork, Ireland, , 06-SEP-06 - 08-SEP-06 [Details]|
|Hogan, M. (2005) Gender and Computer Anxiety in Older Adults 8th Irish Academy of Management Conference [Details]|
|Acton, T., Barry, C., Tiernan, D., Hogan, M. (2003) Websites For Irish Children: Implications For Design The 6th Irish Academy Of Management Annual Conference Smurfit School of Business, Blackrock , 01-SEP-03 , pp.119-120 [Details]|
|McElwain, S., Hogan, M., Barry, C. (2002) 6th Irish Academy Of Management Conference An experimental study of navigational guidelines and their contribution to the usability of a website [Details]|
|Hogan, M. (1999) User Requirements Gathering Techniques: A Comparatative Study 2nd Irish Academy of Management Conference [Details]|
|Malone, T. B., Hogan, M., Baker, C. C., Heasley, C. C., Bost, J. R. & Anderson, D. E. (1997) Function Allocation Process and Tools Applied to Downsizing of Ships First International Conference on Allocation of Functions , pp.101-113 [Details]|
|Hogan, M. & Fallon, E. F. (1996) A Comparison of Three User Requirements Gathering Techniques 3rd Annual Conference of the Irish Ergonomics Society [Details]|
|HOGAN, M et al. (1995) User requirements for a computerised system of health and safety information in Ireland ADVANCES IN INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS AND SAFETY VII , pp.803-809 [Details]|