Graduate (MASc), 2012

Short Biography 

Wallace WuWallace Wu received his BASc degree in computer engineering at the University of Waterloo in 2010, with distinction and was on the dean's honour list. Wallace has had experience working in wireless communications and embedded device driver software at Research in Motion (RIM) Ltd. and QUALCOMM Incorporated in Bluetooth and UTMS/CDMA modem data services respectively. He has also been a research assistant for A.U.G. Signals, a company specializing in DSP solutions, and for the Coding and Signal Transmission Laboratory at the University of Waterloo. Wallace's research interest in dynamic real-time communication scheduling in embedded systems stem from his working experiences at RIM and QUALCOMM. 

In his spare time, he likes to play the violin and piano. He was the concertmaster of the orchestra@uwaterloo throughout his undergraduate studies at University of Waterloo (2005-2010) and performs on a frequent basis around the Kitchener-Waterloo area.

University of Waterloo

Publications with this group


Wu, W., D. Kumar, B. Bonakdarpour, and S. Fischmeister, "Reducing Monitoring Overhead by Integrating Event- and Time-triggered Techniques", Proc. of the International Conference on Runtime Verification (RV), Sept, 2013. PDF icon [paper] (1.18 MB)
Navabpour, S., Y. Joshi, C. Wah Wallace, S. Berkovich, R. Medhat, B. Bonakdarpour, and S. Fischmeister, "RiTHM: A Tool for Enabling Time-triggered Runtime Verification for C Programs", Proc. of the ACM Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE), St. Petersburg, Russia, 2013.


Carvajal, G., C. W. Wallace Wu, and S. Fischmeister, "Evaluation of Communication Architectures for Switched Real-time Ethernet", IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2012.


Navabpour, S., C. Wah Wallac Wu, B. Bonakdarpour, and S. Fischmeister, "Efficient Techniques for Near-optimal Instrumentation in Time-triggered Runtime Verification", Proc. of the 2nd International Conference on Runtime Verification (RV), San Francisco, USA, pp. 208-222, September, 2011. PDF icon [paper] (433.08 KB)