Scientific Advisory Committee

The Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) is comprised of representatives from each of the consortium member organizations, and co-chaired by representatives from University of Toronto and Western University.

When collaborative research proposals are submitted to SOSCIP, the SAC is responsible for reviewing, evaluating and approving proposals, as well as determining and approving the allocation of SOSCIP resources. After research projects are approved, the SAC regularly checks in and reviews projects progress.

 

Michael Bauer, Western University
Professor, Department of Computer Science
Co-Chair, SOSCIP Scientific Advisory Committee

 

Christopher Yip, University of Toronto
Dean, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
Co-Chair, SOSCIP Scientific Advisory Committee

 

Carlisle Adams, University of Ottawa
Professor, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

 

Mehdi Kargar, Ryerson University
Assistant Professor, Information Technology Management

 

Vida Movahedi, Seneca College
School of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Technology

 

James Green, Carleton University
Associate Professor, Department of Systems and Computer Engineering

 

Vacant, University of Waterloo

 

Greg Lewis, Ontario Tech University
Professor, Faculty of Science

 

Farhana Zulkernine, Queen’s University
Assistant Professor, School of Computing

 

Ue-Li Pen, University of Toronto
Professor and Director, Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics

 

Tom Doyle, McMaster University
Professor, Faculty of Engineering

 

Vacant, University of Guelph

 

Ian Hamilton, Wilfrid Laurier University
Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

 

Ziad Kobti, University of Windsor
Professor and Director, School of Computer Science

 

Sean Wagner, IBM Canada
Research Scientist, IBM Canada Research and Development Centre

 

David Tweddell, Western University
Director, Research Development

 

Stephen Timms, IBM Canada
Business and Operations Executive, IBM Canada Research and Development Centre

 

Michael Haslam, York University
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics