About Me

I’m a computer programmer, researcher, and simulation expert who works for Autodesk Research in Toronto, Canada.


The manuscripts for most of my research publications are freely available from my company website, or from the ARSLab at Carleton University where I completed my Master’s degree in biomedical engineering (see this page for information on my graduate work).

I have recently become interested in electoral reform. The task of developing a system with a simple user interface (i.e. the ballot) that yields the desired results (i.e. election winners who reflect the votes cast) is the kind of challenge programmers face on a regular basis. In the case of voting, a system that works well for all users will actually strengthen democracy.

Please explore my website, and do reach out to me if anything captures your interest. Thanks!