Paul J. Fortier

Paul Fortier

Professor

Electrical & Computer Engineering

508-999-8544

508-999-8489

pfortier@umassd.edu

Science & Engineering 211A


Education

1993University of Massachusetts LowellDSc in Computer Science
1981University of Massachusetts DartmouthMS in Electrical Engineering
1978University of Massachusetts LowellBS in Electrical Engineering

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Principles of real-time and embedded systems operations and control applied to modern hardware platforms such as mobile and internet-of-things systems. As part of this course, embedded real-time design principles are introduced and linked to real-time resource management service issues impacting performance. Students construct real-time embedded resource management components and applications on representative platforms (e.g. handheld and mobile computers, autonomous systems, smart sensors, and others). An embedded real-time hardware/firmware laboratory experience is included.

Principles of real-time and embedded systems operations and control applied to modern hardware platforms such as mobile and internet-of-things systems. As part of this course, embedded real-time design principles are introduced and linked to real-time resource management service issues impacting performance. Students construct real-time embedded resource management components and applications on representative platforms (e.g. handheld and mobile computers, autonomous systems, smart sensors, and others). An embedded real-time hardware/firmware laboratory experience is included.

Principles of real-time and embedded systems operations and control applied to modern hardware platforms such as mobile and internet-of-things systems. As part of this course, embedded real-time design principles are introduced and linked to real-time resource management service issues impacting performance. Students construct real-time embedded resource management components and applications on representative platforms (e.g. handheld and mobile computers, autonomous systems, smart sensors, and others). An embedded real-time hardware/firmware laboratory experience is included.

Principles of real-time and embedded systems operations and control applied to modern hardware platforms such as mobile and internet-of-things systems. As part of this course, embedded real-time design principles are introduced and linked to real-time resource management service issues impacting performance. Students construct real-time embedded resource management components and applications on representative platforms (e.g. handheld and mobile computers, autonomous systems, smart sensors, and others). An embedded real-time hardware/firmware laboratory experience is included.

Provides students with a complete design experience from initial concept development through finished product, expanding on topics taught in ECE 202, ECE 260, ECE 263 and ECE 368. The course format is a hands on laboratory format (3 credits) with 2 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab. Students will develop their own designs, fabricate the design and formulate and carry out test strategies to validate design.

Provides students with a complete design experience from initial concept development through finished product, expanding on topics taught in ECE 202, ECE 260, ECE 263 and ECE 368. The course format is a hands on laboratory format (3 credits) with 2 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab. Students will develop their own designs, fabricate the design and formulate and carry out test strategies to validate design.

Provides students with a complete design experience from initial concept development through finished product, expanding on topics taught in ECE 202, ECE 260, ECE 263 and ECE 368. The course format is a hands on laboratory format (3 credits) with 2 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab. Students will develop their own designs, fabricate the design and formulate and carry out test strategies to validate design.

Provides students with a complete design experience from initial concept development through finished product, expanding on topics taught in ECE 202, ECE 260, ECE 263 and ECE 368. The course format is a hands on laboratory format (3 credits) with 2 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab. Students will develop their own designs, fabricate the design and formulate and carry out test strategies to validate design.

Provides students with a complete design experience from initial concept development through finished product, expanding on topics taught in ECE 202, ECE 260, ECE 263 and ECE 368. The course format is a hands on laboratory format (3 credits) with 2 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab. Students will develop their own designs, fabricate the design and formulate and carry out test strategies to validate design.

Provides students with a complete design experience from initial concept development through finished product, expanding on topics taught in ECE 202, ECE 260, ECE 263 and ECE 368. The course format is a hands on laboratory format (3 credits) with 2 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab. Students will develop their own designs, fabricate the design and formulate and carry out test strategies to validate design.

Research

Research Interests

  • Computer architecture and evaluation
  • Data mining and knowledge discovery
  • Database systems
  • Embedded systems
  • Real-time systems

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