I am currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo, working on the development of advanced system identification and fault detection and isolation methods for application to industrial problems. Aslo I am teaching courses in statistics and system identification.

I have worked at the University of Duisburg-Essen, as an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, in the ceramics and glass-making industry, and at the University of Alberta. In these jobs, my research focused on the development and implementation of advanced control methods for complex and uncertain systems.

Information about current projects can be found under the research tab. Courses I am currently teaching can be found under the teaching tab. Information about available positions can be found under the available positions tab.

New Book

Book Cover of <i>Statistics for Chemical and Process Engineers</i>.

I have just published a new book called Statistics for Chemical and Process Engineers: A Modern Approach. It covers the foundational knowledge of statistics, regression, design of experiments, and stochastic analysis required for chemical and process engineers using matrices and modern methods. Excel® templates and MATLAB® recipes (files) are provided to allow the user to easily implement the various methods.