Gary is a geo-surveyor in the Discovery Programme. Gary graduated from Bolton St DIT with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geomatics. Following this he worked in the area of GIS with NTL in Dublin. In 2007 Gary moved into the area of archaeology where he worked as a surveyor for 2 years with Margaret Gowen and Company. Gary joined the Discovery Programme in 2009 and has worked across a broad range of Discovery Programme and EU funded projects since then. Gary's work at the Discovery Programme involves the 3 dimensional recording of all types of Irelands field monuments and built heritage and he has published and presented his research widely. In his time with The Discovery Programme Gary has helped to implement a range of new surveying techniques including terrestrial laser scanning, object scanning, RTI, SFM and drone surveying.
Corns,A., Deevy,A., Devlin,G., Kennedy,L. and Shaw,R. 2015, 3D-ICONS: Digitizing Cultural Heritage Structures, New Review of Information Networking, doi: 10.1080/13614576.2015.1115232
Corns, A., Devlin, G., Dowling, G., Shaw, R. 2015 ‘CARS: Community archaeology remote sensing’. In A.G. Posluschny Sensing the Past; Contributions from the ArcLand Conference on Remote Sensing for Archaeology (Habelt-Verlag, Bonn) 100-102.
Devlin, G. Moore, F. Shaw, R. White, N., 2015, Ogham preserved digitally, 3d technology for a 3d script. In Archaeology Ireland, Vol. 29, Issue No. 112, Wordwell Publishing, Dublin 12-15
Devlin, G. McAtackney, L. 2014, Recording Revolutionary Ireland, recording graffiti in Kilmainham Goal using RTI. In Archaeology Ireland, Vol. 28, Issue No. 108, Wordwell Publishing, Dublin, 32-32
Devlin, G. 2010, Digital reconstruction of pin based on 3D laser scan of a mould fragment from Dún Aonghasa. In Cotter, C, The Western Stone Forts Project Excavations at Dún Aonghasa and Dún Eoghanachta Volume 3, Wordwell Publishing, Dublin