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Liam Peyton,
P.Eng., Ph.D.

Professor / Professeur

B.Sc., McGill, 1984
M.Sc. Stanford, 1989
Ph.D. Aalborg, 1996

Program Administration

I was Director of E-Business Graduate Programs (2013-2016) and Associate Director for Software Engineering (2012-2016).
Resources for E-Business Students
Resources for Software Engineering Students

Research Interests

I am a principle investigator for the Intelligent Data Warehouse Lab.
Here is a list of my publications.
My area of interest is model-driven data integration and mobile app develoment to support business processes and performance management for healthcare.
This includes service oriented architecture, cloud computing, complex event processing, decision support, quality assurance and privacy especially as applied to health care information systems.
I also teach and do basic research in software engineering, and electronic business.

Affiliations

Member of the IBM-Telfer Center For Business Analytics and Performance
Member of the program committee for Software Engineering in Health Care and Information and Communication Technologies in Healthcare
Member of the Free and Open Source Learning Centre.
Member of the Healthcare Data Warehousing Association.

Teaching

This year, I am on sabbatical. In the past I have taught E-Business Research Seminar, EBC6230, the 4th year Software Engineering Capstone Project course SEG4910 & SEG4911, GNG1106, CSI1390, CSI2911, SEG4105, SEG4289, CSI5380, CSI5389.

Industry Experience

15 years as an independent consultant with my own company, The MirrorWorks Software Inc., specializing in innovation, knowledge transfer, and mentoring.
My projects addressed specific industries (government, healthcare, telecommunications, and online-retail) as they adopted new technology to automate and manage business processes.
I was certified as a consultant/instructor by Rational Corporation for UML, Object Oriented Design, and RUP and mentored several teams in the adoption of agile development processes (Scrum.)




School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS),
University of Ottawa
800 King Edward Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1N 6N5

Tel: (613) 562-5800 x2122, Fax: (613) 562-5664
Office: SITE Building, Room 5074
Email: lpeyton@uottawa.ca


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