Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Having done my undergraduate degree at Queen’s, it provided me with the necessary fundamentals in Computer Engineering. It also provided me with a diverse knowledge in related and unrelated fields, such as Machine Vision, Machine Learning, Software Performance, and Computer Networks. I wanted to further my education within computing and decided to pursue a Masters in Applied Science. Thanks to Dr. Michael Greenspan I joined the RCVLab to pursue research in the field of Computer Vision. Computer Vision is definitely an interesting field with plenty of new applications with interactive projector systems, autonomous driving, augmented reality, etc. The Age of Information is innovating at a fast rate and I hope to contribute to the field of Computer Vision with an innovative application that is both novel and robust.
My current research is in PROCAM Systems, my work is creating an Augmented Reality (AR) application to demonstrate the use of interactive projector systems to augment objects or surroundings.
- Machine Vision
- Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Learning
- Augmented and Virtual Reality
- 2018 – Present >> Masters of Applied Science
- 2013 – 2017 >> Bachelors in Electrical & Computer Engineering