I accomplished a great deal during my undergraduate degree at Queen’s, however it does not compare to how much I learned, accomplished, and enjoyed my time spent completing my Masters of Engineering (M.Eng). I believe that my studies allowed me an excellent opportunity to explore a range of topics far greater than could have been accomplished through a Masters of Applied Science (MASc). This included opportunities to take classes in diverse and unrelated fields, including Machine Learning, High-Performance Computing, Software Re-Engineering, Software Design Recovery, Bioinformatics and Computer & Network security. Though taking M.Eng courses greatly contributed to my own knowledge, my MASc allowed me the ability to focus my efforts on the research of PROCAM systems and contribute my own ideas to the academic community. This work led to the pursuit PhD research is in PROCAM Systems under Dr. Michael Greenspan in the RCVLab, where it was our goal to enable a new generation of interactive projector technology.

I am currently pursuing a PhD under Jean-François Lalonde at Laval University, where we are researching the modeling of sky luminecense through deep learning.

YGK Modular Ventilator

Code for Life Ventilator Challenge Montreal General Hospital Foundation March – April 2020 Participated in a 2-week sprint to design and create a life-saving ventilator, ranking in the top 9 of over 1,000 teams and 2,600 participants. Hosted by Montreal General Hospital Foundation, in collaboration with the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC), the project was a innovation challenge for a simple, low-cost, easy-to-manufacture and easy-to-maintain ventilator which could be deployed anywhere needed to save lives. [Read More]

OpenCV: Calibration Documentation

PR#19089, #19230 – December 2020