Dr. Brian Fraser
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Dr. Brian Fraser is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing Science. He teaches courses on both software development and computer systems (such as embedded systems). Dr. Fraser focuses on teaching practical skills and relating course work to applications beyond academia. Recently he has been working with a group of doctors internationally to build a health care referral system for use in refugee settlements.
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Greg has been a lecturer in Computing Science at SFU since 2000. He is currently a University Lecturer and frequently teaches courses in data science, big data, web development, and comparative programming languages and is a general lover of technology.
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Dr. Zhenman Fang is a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in School of Engineering Science (Computer Engineering Option, since Apr 2019) and an Associate Member in School of Computing Science (since Aug 2019), Simon Fraser University, Canada. Zhenman founded and directs the HiAccel lab. Zhenman is also a member of SFU Systems Group.
Dr Fang's recent research focuses on customizable computing with specialized hardware acceleration, which aims to sustain the ever-increasing performance and energy-efficiency demand of important application domains in post-Moore’s law era. It spans the entire computing stack, including emerging application drivers, novel computer architectures, and corresponding programming, runtime, and tool support.
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Dr Amr Marzouk, is a Lecturer in the School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering. He graduated with a Masters, and a PhD of Applied Sciences from the School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering in 2009, and 2014 respectively.
His interested include real-time embedded systems, industrial control systems, and intelligent sensors. He has recently also started expanding his knowledge on the internet of things (IoT) and its application from a mechatronics perspective.
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Dr Taco Niet, Ph.D., P.Eng. is Assistant Professor of Professional Practice at the School of Sustainable Energy Engineering at SFU. He is an expert in energy systems modeling focuses his research on addressing systemic challenges in the energy system, including integration of variable renewables and working with emerging economies. Recent modelling work has addressed the nexus of climate, land, energy and water interactions in a combined modelling framework.