Currently, I work for Stellantis on the Software Methods and Tools team, where I am primarily focused on establishing and executing best practices for model-based development workflows for automotive embedded controls software. I develop tools to support these efforts. I also work on Simulink model optimization and refactoring.
I completed my PhD in Software Engineering at McMaster University under the supervision of Dr. Mark Lawford and Dr. Alan Wassyng. My research focused on the model-based development of embedded software using the Simulink language. I was a recipient of the NSERC Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship, which provided $70,000 CAD towards my doctoral research. I also developed several tools for the McMaster Centre for Software Certification research group that are available on GitHub.