Ph.D., University of Victoria
address
Jacqueline E. Rice, Professor
Dept. of Math and Computer Science
University of Lethbridge
4401 University Drive
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada T1K 3M4
tel: 403.329.2783 fax: 403.317.2882

email
j.rice @ uleth.ca








last updated jan 2017

students

Graduate Students

Ms. Musharrat Khan, M.Sc. University of Lethbridge. May 2015 - April 2017. Topic: Reversible Logic. Funding: NSERC.

Mr. Mahmudul Rafee, M.Sc. University of Lethbridge. Sept. 2015 - Aug 2017. Topic: Sociolinguistics of Programming Languages. Funding: AITF

Ms. Shamria Latif, M.Sc. candidate, University of Lethbridge. Jan. 2016 - present. Topic: Fault tolerance in reversible logic.

Mr. Asif Nashiry, Ph.D. candidate, University of Lethbridge. Jan. 2014 - present. Topic: Reversible Logic. Funding: NSERC.

Ms. Fariha Naz, M.Sc., University of Lethbridge. Sept. 2013 - Aug. 2015. Topic: Linguistics and Programming Languages.

Ms. Jayati Law, M.Sc., University of Lethbridge. Sept. 2013 - Aug. 2015. Topic: Reversible Logic. Funding: NSERC.

Mr. Md. Zamilur Rahman, M.Sc., University of Lethbridge, Jan 2013 - Dec. 2014. Topic: Reversible Logic. Funding: NSERC.

Mr. Noor Nayeem, M.Sc., University of Lethbridge, May 2010 - April 2012. Topic: Reversible Logic Synthesis. Email: noor.nayeem [at] uleth.ca. Funding: NSERC. Thesis title: SYNTHESIS AND TESTING OF REVERSIBLE TOFFOLI CIRCUITS

Mr. Md. Raqibur Rahman, M.Sc., University of Lethbridge, January 2010 - December 2012. Topic: Online Testable Circuits for Ternary Reversible Logic. Email: md.rahman7 [at] uleth.ca. Funding: NSERC. Thesis title: ONLINE TESTING IN TERNARY REVERSIBLE LOGIC

Mr. Yunpu Zhu, M.Sc., University of Lethbridge, January 2009 - April 2010. Thesis title: A New Architecture For Secure Two-Party Mobile Payment Transactions

Mr. Jeremy Schultz, M.Sc. candidate, University of Lethbridge January 2008 - Dec. 2008 (withdrew due to personal reasons). Topic: FPGA Implementation of Multidimensional Databases. funding: NSERC

Ms. Alisa Preston, M.Sc. candidate, University of Victoria (with Drs. J. Muzio and C. Benoit) May 2007 - Dec. 2009 (withdrew due to medical reasons). Topic: Women in Engineering and Computer Science.

Mr. Neil Anderson, M.Sc., University of Victoria (co-supervision with Dr. Jon Muzio) Jan. 2005 - Aug. 2007.Thesis title: The Classification of Boolean Functions Using the Rademacher-Walsh Transform. funding: NSERC (by co-supervisor)

Ms. Hongliang Sun, M.Sc., University of Lethbridge (Sept. 2004 - Sept. 2007). Topic: Low Power Circuit Design based on Autocorrelation Coefficients. funding: NSERC

Undergraduate Students

Research

Mr. Aldo Sayeg Pasos Trejo, May 2017 - Aug. 2017. Mr. Trejo is funded through the MITACS Globalink program.

Mr. Gaurav Gite, May 2014 - July 2014. Mr. Gite is funded through the MITACS Globalink program.

Ms. Lindsay Ablonczy, May 2013 - Aug. 2013. Ms. Ablonczy investigated the use of quantum postprocessing for reversible logic circuits. funding: NSERC USRA

Mr. Brad Ellert, Jan 2013 - April 2013. Mr. Ellert investigated how identifier choice varies in programs, and how the words chosen correspond to existing libraries or to words related to the topic. funding: Professional Supplement

Mr. Stephen Hatton, May 2012 - Aug 2012. Mr. Hatton developed software for analysis of programming style (Lancaster University, UK).

Mr. Anumpam Srivastava, May 2011 - July 2011. Mr. Srivastava worked with me for the summer as part of the MITACS Globalink program. See some brief news coverage here. funding: MITACS

Mr. Jeremy Zaretski, May 2010 - Dec 2010. Mr. Zaretski has completed his B.Sc. in Computer Science. funding: NSERC

Ms. Vivien Suen, May 2009 - August 2009. Ms. Suen was an undergraduate student in Computer Science at the University of Toronto. Research Topic: Using Autocorrelation Coefficients-based Cost Functions in ESOP-based Toffoli Gate Cascade Generation (see publications). funding: CDMP

Mr. Marc Moreau, January 2009 - April 2009. Mr. Moreau was an undergraduate student in Computer Science at the University of Lethbridge and has now completed his B.Sc. in Computer Science. funding: NSERC

Mr. Jeremy Schultz, May 2006 - August 2006. (see publications for papers written with Mr. Schultz). funding: NSERC

Ms. Kim Hansen, Sept. 2004 - April 2005. Kim carried out a preliminary study on gender differences in programming. funding: NSERC

Ms. Renee Jansen, May - August 2004. Ms. Jansen has completed her B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees at the University of Alberta (see publications for papers written with Ms. Jansen). funding: NSERC USRA

Mr. Neil Anderson, May - August 2004 Mr. Anderson has completed a M.Sc. degree at the University of Victoria (see publications for papers written with Mr. Anderson). funding: NSERC grant.

Ms. Spark (Ye) Wang, May - August 2003. Ms. Wang has continued on to pursue a graduate degree in Computer Science at the University of Toronto. funding: NSERC

Mr. Troy Ronda, May - August 2003 (funded by ULeth Chinook Award). Mr. Ronda has continued on to puruse a graduate degree in Computer Science at the University of Toronto. funding: University of Lethbridge Chinook Award.

Other

Ms. Claudia Chan, Jan. 2011-Feb. 2011. Ms. Chan was the Club and Camp Director for the 2011 LUMACS Computer Club and 2011 Reading Week Camps.

Mr. Harshil Patel, Jan. 2011-Feb. 2011. Mr. Patel was the Assistant Club Director for the 2011 LUMACS Computer Club.

Ms. Kim Wikkerink, Sept. 2010 - Dec. 2010. Ms. Wikkerink was the LUMACS Club Director for the Fall 2010 Computer Club offering.

Mr. David Moore, June 2010 - August 2010. Mr. Moore was the LUMACS Summer Camp Director for summer 2010 and has completed his B.Ed. at the University of Lethbridge.

Ms. Kaylee Mackay, June 2010 - August 2010. Ms. Mackay was the LUMACS Summer Camp Assistant Director for summer 2010 and is an undergraduate student at the University of Lethbridge.

Ms. Silvana Campus, May 2009 - August 2009. Ms. Campus was an undergraduate student in Education (Math major) at the University of Lethbridge. Silvana was funded by a grant from iCORE.

Mr. Jeremy Andrijancic, May 2009 - August 2009. Mr. Andrijancic was an undergraduate student in Management (Computer Science major) at the University of Lethbridge. Jeremy was funded by the Province of Alberta's STEP program.