Alistair Boyle : Biography


Dr. Alistair Boyle received a BSc in Electrical Engineering (2002, University of Calgary), an MASc in Biomedical Engineering (2010, Carleton University), and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering (2016, Carleton University). His research has focused on geophysical and biomedical applications of impedance tomography; images from direct contact electrical measurements. He worked for 17 years, at Nortel, Seaway Networks, Freescale Semiconductors, and Diablo Technologies designing high speed cryptography, pattern matching, data processing and memory storage into integrated circuits alongside PowerPC and ARM processors, written firmware and application software, and has extensive experience in the electronics labs (PCB design, FPGA design, signal integrity) at gigahertz frequencies. He has taught at Carleton University. Currently, he is a Visiting Researcher in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Ottawa, and a Post-doctoral Researcher and Research Associate at Carleton University.