NSERC's Discovery Accelerator Supplements (DAS) were awarded to four electrical and computer engineering faculty members. The DAS program provides funding to researchers who show strong potential to become international leaders in their fields and have research programs that are highly rated in terms of originality and innovation.
The four electrical and computer engineering researchers who will receive $120,000 each in addition to funding through the Discovery Grants Program are:
- Krzysztof Czarnecki (Electrical and Computer Engineering): Model-based synthesis and safety assurance of intelligent controllers of autonomous vehicles.
- Catherine Gebotys (Electrical and Computer Engineering): Side channel monitoring of embedded secure and safety critical devices in IoT.
- Arie Gurfinkel (Electrical and Computer Engineering): Automated software verification: foundations and applications
- Rodolfo Pellizzoni (Electrical and Computer Engineering): Many-core platforms for time-critical systems.
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