Experts Available: National Engineering Month

As March is National Engineering Month, Carleton experts are available to comment on related topics:

Halim Yanikomeroglu
Professor, Department of Systems and Computer Engineering

Phone: 613-520-2600, ext. 5734
Email: Halim.Yanikomeroglu@carleton.ca

Yanikomeroglu’s research interests cover many aspects of wireless technologies, with a special emphasis on cellular networks. He has co-authored about 300 peer-reviewed research papers, including over 85 in IEEE journals, and has given numerous tutorials and seminars on wireless technologies at leading international conferences. In recent years, his research has been funded by Huawei, Telus, Allen Vanguard, Blackberry, Samsung, Communications Research Centre of Canada (CRC), DragonWave and Nortel. This collaborative research resulted in about 25 patents (granted and applied).

Yanikomeroglu is a Fellow of the IEEE. He is a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Communications Society (2015 to 2018) and a Distinguished Speaker for the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society in 5G wireless technologies.

Yanikomeroglu is available to discuss 5G, wireless connectivity and autonomous vehicles.


Mohamed Atia

Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics

Phone: 613-520-2600, ext. 5779
Email: Mohamed.Atia@carleton.ca

Atia’s research includes real-time embedded systems, sensor fusion, signal processing, estimation, machine learning and artificial intelligence. He has held several full-time positions in industry, developing algorithms for natural language processing, online speech recognition and real-time embedded multi-sensors navigation, guidance and control systems.

Atia is available to discuss sensor fusion in autonomous vehicles.


Yvan Labiche

Chair, Department of Systems and Computer Engineering

Phone: 613-520-2600, ext. 5583
Email: yvan.labiche@carleton.ca

Labiche’s research expertise in software engineering includes verification and validation of software systems with a particular emphasis on object-oriented systems, systems designed with the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and high-dependability systems, model driven development and object-oriented analysis/design with the Unified Modeling Language (UML), software quality assurance and control based on quantitative methods and measurement, and experimental software engineering.

Labiche is available to discuss software verification and testing.


Ashraf Matrawy
Associate Professor, School of Information Technology

Phone: 613-520-2600, ext. 2901
Email:   ashraf.matrawy@carleton.ca

Matrawy’s current research interests include software defined networks (SDN), application performance and security, security of internet geo-location, mobile cloud computing, security and privacy of the Internet of Things.

Matrawy is available to discuss computer networks and related topics, such as virtual infrastructures and cloud computing.

 

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