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Supervisor


Visiting Scholars

Stenio Fernandes
Visiting Scholar

Doctorate

Bruno St. Aubin
EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2017-).
Boi – Ukeme, Joseph
Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2017-).
Talal Bin Qamar
Ph.D. (2017-) EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University.
Omar Hesham
Ph.D. (2015 - Present)
EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University. http://omarhesham.com/arslab/
Cristina Ruiz-Martín
Ph.D. (2014 - Present)
EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University in co-tutelle with University of Valladolid, Spain. Co-supervisor: Adolfo López Paredes
Baha Uddin Kazi
Ph.D. (2013 - Present)
Queen Elizabeth II Scholar. EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University.
Ala’a Al-Habashna
Ph.D. (2013 - Present)
Queen Elizabeth II Scholar. OGS Scholar. EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University

Masters

Laouen Belolli
Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S. equivalent). Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. (2016-).
Ifeoluwa Oyelowo
M.A.Sc. Computer Systems Engineering (2016-).


Alumni

Post-Doctorate Alumni

Bülent Çobanoglu.
Funded by Sarkarya University, Turkey (2016).
Judicaël Ribault
Funded by NATO (2012)  
Emilie Broutin
Postdoctoral Fellow, Carleton University. Funded by University of Corsica (2013).
Braulio Adriano de Mello
Funded by CAPES, Brazil (2016)
Mohammad Moallemi
Ph.D. (2011). Postdoctorate (2011 - 2013)
Funded by NSERC ENGAGE (2011-12). MITACS ACCELERATE (2013). Runner-up: Best DEVS Modeling and Simulation Ph.D. Dissertation Award 2013.

Doctorate Alumni

Rodrigo Castro
Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina (2010). “Integrative Tools for Modeling, Simulation and Control of Data Networks” Best DEVS Modeling and Simulation Ph.D. Dissertation Award 2013. Co-supervised by E. Kofman
Qi Liu
Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2010). “Algorithms for Parallel Simulation of Large-Scale DEVS and Cell-DEVS Models”. Best DEVS Modeling and Simulation Ph.D. Dissertation Award 2012.
Khaldoon Al-Zoubi
Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2011). “Enhanced Distributed Simulation Interoperability and Algorithms Using Web Services”. Runner-up: Best DEVS Modeling and Simulation Ph.D. Dissertation Award 2012.
Ahmed Ahmed Abdalwhab Sayed Ahmed
Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2011). “A Framework for Interoperability of Virtual Reality and Simulation Models in Support of Training”. Co-supervised by S. Mahmoud.
Shafagh Jafer
M. A. Sc. in EE. “Modeling advanced cellular models with Parallel Cell-DEVS”. Precarn Scholar. (2006). Ph.D. in EE. (2011). “Parallel Simulation Techniques for Large-Scale Discrete-Event Models” Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement
Hesham Saadawi
Computer Science. Carleton University (2012). “Verification methodology for DEVS models”. OGS Scholar.
Damian Vicino
Damián Vicino. Ph.D. Systems and Computer Engineering. Carleton University. In Cotutelle with Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis (Professor Olivier Dalle). (2015). “Improved Time Representation in Discrete-Event Simulation”.
Mohammad Moallemi
Ph.D. (2011). Postdoctorate (2011 - 2013)
Funded by NSERC ENGAGE (2011-12). MITACS ACCELERATE (2013). Runner-up: Best DEVS Modeling and Simulation Ph.D. Dissertation Award 2013.
Sixuan Wang
Ph.D. (2017)
EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University. OGS Scholar. (2016). “Semantic Mashups Architecture for Reusability with Simulation as a Service”.
Misagh Tavanpour
Ph.D. (2017)
EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University. (2017). “Upload User Collaboration in the Data Upload for LTE-Advanced Networks”.

Masters Alumni

Colin Timmons
M.A.Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering (2013). “Thin Client Distributed Simulation of Discrete Event Models”.
Michael Van Schyndel
M.A.Sc. Biomedical Engineering (2014). “Computational Fluid Dynamic Solver based on Cellular Discrete-Event Simulation for use in Biological Systems”
Elizabeth Hosang
M.A.Sc. Computer Systems Engineering (2014). “Using the Coalition Battle Management Language Standard for Interacting with the RESTful Interoperability Simulation Environment”.
Daniella Niyonkuru
M.A.Sc. Computer Systems Engineering (2015). “Bare-Metal Kernels for DEVS Model Execution in Embedded Systems”. OGS Scholar. Senate Medal for Graduate Research (Masters level).
Cheryl D’Souza
Cheryl D’Souza. BME. (2015). “Using Discrete EVent System Specification in Real-Time (DEVSRT) in Order to Model and Simulate Artificial Pancreas”.
Ali Salaheddin
M.Eng. Computer Systems Engineering. “Building a controller for quadcopters using DEVSRT” (2016).
Shafagh Jafer
M. A. Sc. in EE. “Modeling advanced cellular models with Parallel Cell-DEVS”. Precarn Scholar. (2006). Ph.D. in EE. (2011). “Parallel Simulation Techniques for Large-Scale Discrete-Event Models” Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement
Jan Mikhail
M.A.Sc. (2017)
CSE. Queen Elizabeth II Scholar. NSERC Scholar.
Seyed Mohammad Etemad
M.A.Sc. (2017). EE Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University.
Alumni before 2013
  • Waqas Muhi. M.Eng. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2012). “Applying the TPS method for modeling nerve terminals”.
  • Ardeshir Golshani. M.Eng. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2012). “Growth Detector and Plate Analyzer Applications”.
  • Erik Esselar. M.A.Sc. TIM, Carleton University (2011). “Visualizing Innovation: Modelling and Simulation in Support of Defence Innovation Networks”.
  • Yuri Boiko. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2010). “Improving the Performance of Neural Networks through Parallel Processing in the Cell Broadband Engine”.
  • Matias Bonaventura. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2010). “An environment for development graphical models using E-CD++”.
  • Ivan Ramello. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina (2010). “Discrete-Event simulation in Real Time using ECD++ in a Network Processor”. External advisor; supervised by Prof. E. Kofman and R. Castro.
  • Rhys Goldstein. M. A. Sc. Biomedical Engineering, Carleton University (2009). “DEVS-Based Dynamic Simulation of Deformable Biological Structures”. Carleton University Medal for Outstanding Graduate Work - Master's Levelhttps://www.autodeskresearch.com/people/rhys-goldstein
  • Rachid Chreyh. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2009). “An internet-based repository for DEVS models and their experimental frames”.
  • Bo Feng. Sc. (ISS). Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University. (2009) “Implementing parallel and distributed DEVS and Cell-DEVS simulation in a windows platform”.
  • Hui Shang. M. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2007). “Including dynamic DEVS models in the Embedded CD++ platform”.
  • Yinfeng Yu. M. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2007). “Designing extensions for the use of CD++ to build embedded discrete-event systems”.
  • Marcelo Gutiérrez-Alcaraz. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2007). “An Eclipse-based environment for RT DEVS”.
  • Shafagh Jafer. M. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University. (2007). “Modeling advanced cellular models with Parallel Cell-DEVS”.
  • Juan Ignacio Cidre. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2006). “A web-based interface for the CD++ modeler toolkit”.
  • Rami Madhoun. M. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2006). “Web-Services definition of Discrete-Event simulation services”.
  • Qi Liu. M. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2006). “Experimental analysis of Parallel DEVS in CD++”. Carleton University Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement – Master Level.
  • Roxana Djafarzadeh. A. Sc. in Biomedical Engineering, OCIECE. (2004) “Modeling the behavior of human mythocondria in a web-based environment” Co-supervisor of Prof. Tofy Mussivand, The Ottawa Heart Institute.
  • Ezequiel Glinsky. M. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University. (2004) “Integrating Time-Warp and Parallel DEVS simulation algorithms for improved performance of Parallel Cell-DEVS”. Carleton University Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement – Master Level.  https://www.linkedin.com/in/eglinsky
  • Leandro de San Miguel. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2004) “Analysis of quantized continuous Cell-DEVS”.
  • Mariana D’Abreu. Licenciada in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2004) “Modeling hybrid systems using the DEVS formalism”.
  • Wenhong Chen. M. Sc. (ISS). Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University (2003). “A facility for remote execution and visualization of Cell-DEVS models”.
  • Hesham Saadawi. M.C.S., Carleton University (2003). “Improving the Finite Elements Methods using Cell-DEVS”.
  • Jose Luis Dominguez. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2003). “Fault-tolerant Real-time scheduling techniques in an open-source Operating System”.
  • Gustavo Fossatti. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2003). “Fault-tolerant Real-time scheduling techniques in an open-source Operating System”.
  • Alejandro López. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2003). “Extending the Cell-DEVS modeling language”.
  • Gastón Christen. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2003). “An specification language for DEVS modeling”.
  • Alejandro Dobniewski. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2003). “An specification language for DEVS modeling”.
  • Amir Saghir. M. A. Sc. Systems and Computer Engineering; Carleton University. “Computer system modeling at the hardware level” (Co-supervised by Prof. T. Pearce) (2002).
  • Ezequiel Glinsky. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. (2002). “Real-time simulation of DEVS models”.
  • Ying Wang. M.C.S., Carleton University (2001). “Defining graphical output behavior in a DEVS modeling environment” (Co-supervised by Prof. D. Petriu).
  • Xuqing Wu. M.C.S., Carleton University (2001). “A graphical tool to define DEVS models”.
  • Edgardo Szulsztein. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2001). “Conservative parallel discrete-event simulation in Warped”.
  • Alejandro Troccoli. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. (2001) “Execution of Cell-DEVS models in a parallel environment”.
  • Pablo Rogina. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000). “Analysis of fault-tolerant techniques in sensors for hard real-time applications”
  • Pablo Esper. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000). “Including real-time scheduling techniques in the IGNATIUS SCADA toolkit”
  • Andrea Díaz. Licenciada in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000). “Routing and congestion in ATLAS”
  • Verónica Vázquez. Licenciada in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000). “Routing and congestion in ATLAS”
  • Javier Ameghino. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000). “Modeling complex physical systems with Cell-DEVS”
  • César Torres. Licenciada in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000). “Construction of a compiler for the ATLAS modeling language”
  • Mariana Lo Tártaro. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000). “Construction of a compiler for the ATLAS modeling language”
  • Alejandra Davidson. Licenciada in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1999). “Definition of ATLAS, a specification language for urban traffic modeling”.
  • Viviana Albarracín. Licenciada in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1999). “Design and implementation of alternative real-time scheduling in an experimental operating system”.
  • María Eugenia Nazar. Licenciada in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1999). “Design and implementation of alternative real-time scheduling in an experimental operating system”.
  • Daniel Rodríguez. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1999). “Implementing n-dimensional Cell-DEVS models”.
  • Amir Barylko. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1998). “CD++: an environment for simulation of Cell-DEVS models”.
  • Jorge Beyoglonian. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1998). “CD++: an environment for simulation of Cell-DEVS models”.
  • Silvia Benítez. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1997). “IGNATIUS: a tool to develop SCADA systems”.
  • Juan Seoane. Licenciado in Computer Science (M.C.S.), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1997). “IGNATIUS: a tool to develop SCADA systems”.