During my tenure at Simon Fraser University, I researched Medical Imaging and Operating Systems with the Medical Imaging Analysis Lab (MIAL) and the Systems Networking and Architecture Research Group (SYNAR). My research all started in CMPT 419 (Special Topics in Artificial Intelligence - Biomedical Image Computing). The class itself was a thrill, and my professor suggested that I work on DeformIt as it would allow me to use my web development and design experience. After the class, Ghassan asked if I wanted to continue to work on the project. There was no looking back.
Specifically, I enjoy researching physiologically/nature inspired algorithms that solve problems in the Medical Imaging Analysis domain. Furthermore, anything that involves the brain or modeling the brain highly fascinates me. I also wanted to take many of these physiologically/nature inspired algorithms and apply them to the domain of Operating Systems.
The links on the right have a detailed explanation of all of my research projects.