Lecturer and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies

Contact InformationAndrew Morton

Phone: 519-888-4567 x31222
Location: E5 4118

Website

Biography Summary

Andrew Morton, PhD, PEng is a Continuing Lecturer in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at the University of Waterloo. He teaches students in the Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering programs, focusing on digital hardware and real-time systems.

Andrew’s interests include computer architecture, embedded systems design, real-time scheduling, and applied optimization.

Research Interests

  • computer architecture
  • embedded systems
  • real-time systems
  • applied optimization

Education

  • 2005, Doctorate, Computer Engineering, Waterloo
  • 1996, Master of Science, Computer Science, Guelph
  • 1993, Bachelor of Science (BSc), Computer Science, Guelph

Courses*

  • SE 491 - Design Project 2
    • Taught in 2015
  • SE 201 - Seminar
    • Taught in 2015
  • ECE 429 - Computer Architecture
    • Taught in 2016
  • SE 202 - Seminar
    • Taught in 2016
  • ECE 621 - Computer Organization
    • Taught in 2016, 2017
  • SE 301 - Seminar
    • Taught in 2017
  • ECE 222 - Digital Computers
    • Taught in 2015, 2017, 2018
  • SE 499 - Project
    • Taught in 2018
  • MTE 241 - Introduction to Computer Structures & Real-Time Systems
    • Taught in 2017, 2018, 2019
  • ECE 252 - Systems Programming and Concurrency
    • Taught in 2019
* Only courses taught in the past 5 years are displayed.

Selected/Recent Publications

  • Christian Fobel, and Gary Gr'ewal, and Andrew Morton,, Hardware Accelerated FPGA Placement, Microelectronics Journal, 40(11), 2009, 1667 - 1671
  • G. Gr'ewal, and S. Coros, and D. Banerji, and A. Morton,, Assigning Data to Dual Memory Banks in DSPs with a Genetic Algorithm using a Repair Heuristic, Journal of Applied Intelligence, 26(1), 2007, 53 - 67
  • Andrew Morton, and Wayne M. Loucks, A Hardware/Software Kernel for System on Chip Designs, Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, 2004, Nicosia Cyprus, 869 - 875