Students and Advisors

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  • Fatima Hussain, Adjunct Professor, Department of Computer Science, Ryerson University
  • Dalia Hanna, PMP, PhD Student, Department of Computer Science, Program Director, Community Services, The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson Univesity
  • Jimmy Tran Computer Science, Ryerson University Graduated with MSc. in Computer Science, PhD. Candidate
  • Alex Ufkes Computer Science, Ryerson University Graduated with MSc. in Computer Science, PhD. Student
  • Scott Herman Computer Science, Ryerson University Graduated with MSc. in Computer Science
  • Christopher Kong Computer Science, Ryerson University Graduated with MSc. in Computer Science
  • Christopher Chan Computer Science, Ryerson University Graduated with MSc. in Computer Science, PhD. Candidate
  • Ben Waismark Computer Science, Ryerson University MSc. Candidate
  • Huy Pham Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Graduated with MASc. (Ryerson E&CE), PhD. Candidate
  • Andrew D’Souza Computer Science, Ryerson University Graduated with MSc. in Computer Science
  • Martin Gerdzhev E&CE, Ryerson University Graduated with MASc. in E&CE
  • Nhan Tran Computer Science, Ryerson University Graduated with MSc. in Computer Science, PhD. Candidate
  • Vijay Somers Computer Science, Ryerson University Graduated with MSc. in Computer Science
  • Hossein Rahnama E&CE, Ryerson University Graduated with MASc. (Ryerson E&CE), PhD
  • Elliott Coleshill Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Graduated with Master of Science Degree, PhD
  • Cristina Ribeiro Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Graduated with Master of Science Degree
  • Salah Sharieh Computer Science, McMaster Graduated with MSC in Computer Science, Doctoral Candidate
  • Wei Lu Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Graduated with MASc. (Ryerson E&CE)
  • Le Nguyen Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Masters Candidate
  • Hao Lac Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Graduated with Master of Science Degree
  • Greg Klotz Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Graduated with Master of Science Degree
  • Justin Pham Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Graduated with Master of Science Degree
  • Ankit Arora E&CE, Ryerson University Graduated with MASc
  • Wing Shiu Computing and Information Science, U of Guelph Graduated with Master of Science Degree

Associate:

  • Jennifer Duke Holmes, MDM, BDEM (Spec. Hons.) – Founder/CEO, DEMHUB: Disaster and Emergency Management Network – www.demhub.net

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Lab Director: Dr. Alexander Ferworn 

Dr. Ferworn coordinates the efforts of several faculty members and provide direction to a mixed team of a dozen doctoral and masters students and several post docs who perform applied research in the area of computational public safety—mostly related to USAR and the structural collapse of occupied buildings.

See Dr. Alexander Ferworn’s curriculum vitae for more information.

Advisor

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Rodney Yip, Strategic Advisor

Rodney has over 30 years of business continuity, disaster recovery and emergency management experience. Recently retired from IBM Canada, Rodney lends his skills to projects such as IMPACT 2030 which supports the United Nations Sustainable Development project and the Private Sector Partnership Working Group for United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction. Locally, Rodney is on the Advisory Committee of Canada’s Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (working under the auspices of Public Safety Canada) and also co-chairs the Private Sector Partnership Working Group therein. As an artificer, Rodney has prototyped devices for emergency management and disability management.

Michael Carter, M.Ed., PhD candidate (ABD)

Michael is the Director and Industry Relations for DMZ’s Master’s in Digital Media and an adjunct professor for the RTA School of Media & Department of History at Ryerson University. He is a member of the lab and provides assistance and guidance to students to further NCART’s projects.
 
Adjunct Professor

Fatima Hussain received her PhD and MASc degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Ryerson University where she was affiliated with the WINCORE lab. Upon graduation she joined the Network-Centric Applied Research Team (N-CART) as a post doctoral fellow where she continues to work on various NSERC-funded projects in the realm of the Internet of Things (IoT) and network security. 

Fatima has worked as a limited term assistant professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Guelph. She is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Computer Science at Ryerson University where her role includes the supervision of several graduate projects. Fatima is also a full member of the Yeates School of Graduate Studies where she supervises graduate students in the Master of Digital Media (MDM) program.  

Fatima is also a technical advisor for the Toronto-based firm “Locate Motion”. In addition, she has worked as an international faculty member in several universities in Pakistan. She has more than 8 years of teaching and research experience in Toronto and overseas.

Her research interests include machine-to-machine communication, IoT, machine learning, smart transportation, energy harvesting and similar fields. She is a prolific author with various conference and journal publications to her credit. Her recent venture is an introductory text on the Internet of Things technology published by Springer which covers the introduction to the entire IoT domain.

She is an editor for the IEEE newsletter in Future Directions and IEEE newsletter in Technology Policy & Ethics and for the International Journal of Research Innovations in Computer Networks (IJRICN). She has extensive experience in conducting high-quality seminars and arranging workshops, like IEEE VTC (2017), IEEE CAMAD (2016), IEEE Seminars Toronto section etc.