|1998 - present||
University of Waterloo, PhD Candidate, 2nd stage completed. |
Supervisor: Anna Lubiw
|1996 - 1998||
University of Alberta, MSc in Computing Science |
Supervisor: Lorna Stewart
Thesis Title: "Recognition of Subtree Overlap Graphs"
|1996||Bachelor of Science, Specialization Mathematics|
|1998||University of Waterloo Entrance scholarship|
|1998||Mathematics Provost Scholarship, University of Waterloo|
|1998||Team Teaching Assistant Award, Department of Computing Science, University of Alberta|
|1989||Rutherford High School Scholarship, Alberta|
|1998 - present||
University of Waterloo
|1993 - 1998||
University of Alberta
|1992 - 1993||
Concordia University College
|2002 - present||
Database Consultant for Medve Medical
Designed and implemented diagnostic tools using Delphi and MySQL to administer assessment questionnaires, predict diagnoses and outcomes, and provide continuous reports on patient progress.
Intern and Member of Technical Staff for Lucent
Worked on a project in Jakub Segen's Vision laboratory at Lucent to create and animate autonomous figures who could be controlled using only the loosest of instructions.
The Visual Conductor allowed users to take the role of conductor, modifying the pace of a short ballet piece using gestures. These gestures were captured on camera and used to control the pacing of the program. The work on autonomous figures was incorporated in the animation of the Visual Conductor at SigGRAPH 1999.
|1996 - 1997||
Software Engineer for BioTools
Designed and developed a library of backend functions for a protein analysis tool.
|1994 - 1995||
Database Developer for Health Sciences Software
Designed and developed a workload measurement database which is being marketed to psychologists.
Statistical Analyst for the Alberta Worker's Compensation
Analyzed an extensive survey of clients. Developed an anonymous database to analyze the data, and a suite of statistical tools to analyze the data. The database was reused in the summers of 1995 and 1996 for followup studies.