Senior Professional Lecturer of Computer Science
Brian Gormanly received his MS from Marist College and his BS from Mount Saint Mary College. His professional interests are Software Engineering, Robotics, Distributed Application Systems, Microservices, and the Internet of Things.
Brian has worked as a software engineer for 15 years in industry and has been an active entrepreneur, starting several businesses over his career. As a software engineer, Brian grew into senior and lead Positions, architecting enterprise systems. He has presented on topics including the performance of Oracle on System z, augmented reality, and cloud-based enterprise solutions. He currently works creating highly scalable systems collecting data from IoT devices and sensors for applications such as indoor localization and robotics. He has combined his expertise in distributed cloud application programing with microservices architecture and embedded application programing, topics he incorporates in his teaching. He has also developed other navigation algorithms working with Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) navigation for robotics, experimenting with low-cost and smaller sensing options such as ultrasonic and infrared.
AA, Dutchess Community College
BS, Mount Saint Mary College
MS, Marist College
Research Interests / Areas of Focus
Indoor Positioning Systems and localization algorithms
Distributed Application Architecture approaches including SOA and Microservices
Internet of Things / Embedded Systems Programming
Gormanly, B. "The Pirates Say AR! Guide to Augmented Reality" Enterprise Computing Community Conference, Poughkeepsie, NY, June 2018
Gormanly, B. "At the Fun House: Experiences Tuning Oracle, Linux and z/VM for a Large ERP" SHARE, Orlando, FL, August 2011
Gormanly, B. Thirsk, W, “Industry Enterprise Innovation - 360”, Enterprise Computing Community Conference, Poughkeepsie, NY, June 2011
Gormanly, B. "Experiences With Linux and System z" SHARE, Anaheim, CA, February 2011
Gormanly, B. "At the Fun House: Experiences Tuning Oracle, Linux and z/VM for a Large ERP" SHARE, Anaheim, CA, February 2011
Awards and Honors
Team member awarded “Luminis Idol” at Summit 2012 for best portal voted by peers
Awarded “Best Session” for presentation at Share Anaheim 2011 - “At the Fun House: Experiences Tuning Oracle, Linux and z/VM for a Large ERP”: The presentation detailed performance testing and gains tuning Oracle on System z.
Awarded “Best Session” for presentation at Share Orlando 2011 - “Experiences With Linux and System z”: I was a member of a panel answering questions on running Linux on System z.