B.S.c (Jordan), M.A.S.c (UBC)
Office: ICICS 188
I am a Ph.D. candidate at the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UBC. I am a member of the RADICAL research group. My Ph.D. adviser is Dr. Sathish Gopalakrishnan. I earned my M.A.S.c degree from UBC and my B.S.c from Jordan University of Science and Technology, both in Computer Engineering. My research interests revolve around resource allocation in real-time compute systems. In particular, I am interested in exploring the theoretical underpinnings of real-time and dependable systems, with particular emphasis on the design and analysis of task scheduling algorithms. I look at both deterministic and probabilistic models of real-time systems.
CPEN432 Real-time System Design Sections
Multi-tasking; interrupt-driven systems; task scheduling; schedulability analysis; inter-process communication and synchronization; resource management; performance measurement; hardware/software integration; hardware/software tradeoffs; system reliability.