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ECE651: Foundations of Software Engineering Instructor: Ajit Singh
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About the Instructor Associate Professor Electrical & Computer Engineering Department University of Waterloo Programmer: Operations Research Group (Representative of Sperry-Univac in India) MSc, PhD, Department of Computing Science University of Alberta Member of Scientific Staff, Bell Northern Research, Ottawa Principal Researcher, Parallel Programming, Centre de recherche informatique de Montreal. 2 ECE 651: Foundations of Software Engineering
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About the Instructor Teaching Interest ECE 150, ECE250, ECE 251, ECE 354, ECE 456, ECE 452 ECE 753 (Parallel and Distributed Systems) ECE 651 (Foundations of Software Engineering) Research Interest Parallel and Distributed Computing Database Systems Operating Systems 3 ECE 651: Foundations of Software Engineering
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About the Instructor Have done consulting for: Nortel IBM ISOPIA (acquired by Sun Microsystems which in –turn has been acquired by ..?) Bell Canada Research in Motion Founder of: SlipStream Data Inc. (www.slipstream.com) 4 ECE 651: Foundations of Software Engineering
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Who are my Students? Name: Email Address: Relevant Background: University: Degree: Software Experience: Languages: Number of Years: ECE 651: Foundations of Software Engineering 5
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Acknowledgements The material presented in this course is based on the course notes by following professors: Sagar Naik, U.W.
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