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Professor Brett H. Meyer, PEng, PhD
Professor Meyer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at McGill University. He received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Math, from the University of Wisconsin in 2003; his Masters and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 2005 adn 2009 respectively. After a brief appointment as a postdoctral researcher in the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia, he joined McGill, in 2011.
Professor Meyer’s research intersts are diverse, but tend toward computer system architecture, and design automation algorithms for embedded multiprocessor systems; and, fault-tolerance, manufacturability, and safety-critical system design. Aerospace and automotive system cybersecurity, and hardware-software optimization of machine learning systems, are new areas of interest.
Marihan Amein, MEng student
Marihan is a MEng student focusing on machine learning hardware. Find out more about her past work experiences at LinkedIn .
Loren Lugosch, PhD student
Jarul Mehta, MEng student
Jarul is an MEng student with interests in embedded systems and machine learning. Find out more about her past work experiences at LinkedIn .
Ahmad Muannakki, MEng student
Ahmad is a MEng student focusing on the cybersecurity and reliability of wireless protocols proposed to replace wired netwroking for control systems in aerospace electronics.
Alex Orzechowski, MEng student
Alex is an MEng student with interests in embedded systems and machine learning. Find out more about his work experiences at LinkedIn .
Zhuoran (Paul) Xiong, PhD student
Zixuan (Alex) Yin, MEng student
Alex is finishing his MEng improving multi-objective AutoML techniques for convolutional neural networks. Find out more about his past work experiences at LinkedIn .
Derek Yu, MEng student
Derek is finishing his MEng on a platform for cybersecurity research in aerospace systems, with a focus on the ARINC-825 communications protocol. You can see more of his projects at GitHub .
S. Hasan Mozafari, PhD’19, Redundancy for cost, performance, and lifetime improvement in application specific SIMT processors | Website | LinkedIn .
M. Shabbir Hussain, MEng’18, Computer security for the era of connected vehicles .
Zaid Al-bayati, PhD’17 (Co-supervison with Professor Haibo Zeng ), Design and scheduling of effcient real-time embedded systems .
Jonah Caplan, MEng’16, Analysis and code generation for multicore fault tolerant mixed criticality embedded systems
Scott Dagondon Dickson, MEng’16, Associative memory based on sparse-clustered network with selective decoding for internet packet classification .
Mojing Liu, MEng’16, Bounding error detection latency with enhanced execution fingerprinting | LinkedIn .
Calvin Ma, MEng’16 (Co-supervision with Professor Aditya Mahajan ), Multi-armed bandits for MPSoC design space exploration .
Eui Young (Yui) Park, MEng’15 (Co-supervison with Professor Haibo Zeng ), An analytical model to estimate lifetime for application specific NoC-based MPSoCs with slack .
Jiang (Charles) Chen, MEng’14, MB-FICA: An ADL framework for multi-bit fault injection and coverage analysis .