I am leading the real-time embedded software (RTEMSOFT) research group at University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT).
Embedded real-time systems often consist of smaller modules, which interact with each other. Such a structure makes embedded systems scalable because of the component-oriented design. This approach provides a means for composing multiple components of a system, enabling the reduction of a complex design problem into multiple simpler design problems. Embedded system complexity is increasing due to the increase in software growth.
Research Group Members:
Mellitus Ezeme (PhD student), started Fall 2016
Nayreet Islam (MASc student), started Winter 2017
Md. Maruf (MASc student), started Fall 2017
Darren Saguil (Masters student), started Fall 2017
Mustafizur Rahman (Research Associate), started Fall 2017
Suzanne Elashri (MASc student), started Winter 2018
Announcement for Prospective Students
Ph.D. and Master’s Positions
Please email me your resume and transcripts in pdf with your email.
Undergraduate Student Positions
Open positions may be available for students who are interested in conducting research with me through:
- MITACS Gloablink
- Undergraduate Research Assistantships (URA)
- Capstone Projects