Gabriel A. Wainer - Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies

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-Prof. Wainer's is author of a [[books| book on Real-Time systems]], three other [[books|on Discrete-Event Simulation]] and over [[http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca/publications/|400 articles]] in different venues. He has collaborated in the organization of over [[service| 200 conferences]] in modeling and simulation (being a co-founder of the [[https://msdl.uantwerpen.be/tmsdevs/2018/ | Symposium of Theory of Modeling and Simulation - TMS/DEVS]], [[http://www.simutools.org/ | SIMUTools]] and [[http://www.simaud.org | SimAUD]]). His [[http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca/ars|research]] interests are focused in the areas of [[http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca|Discrete Event Modelling and Simulation, parallel and distributed simulation]], and [[http://www.sce.carleton.ca/faculty/wainer/rt/homepage.html|Real-Time systems]] (with special focus in operating systems and scheduling). +Prof. Wainer's is author of a [[books| book on Real-Time systems]], three o$Fther [[books|on Discrete-Event Simulation]] and over [[http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca/publications/|400 articles]] in different venues. He has collaborated in the organization of over [[service| 200 conferences]] in modeling and simulation (being a co-founder of the [[https://msdl.uantwerpen.be/tmsdevs/2018/ | Symposium of Theory of Modeling and Simulation - TMS/DEVS]], [[http://www.simutools.org/ | SIMUTools]] and [[http://www.simaud.org | SimAUD]]). His [[http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca/ars|research]] interests are focused in the areas of [[http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca|Discrete Event Modelling and Simulation, parallel and distributed simulation]], and [[http://www.sce.carleton.ca/faculty/wainer/rt/homepage.html|Real-Time systems]] (with special focus in operating systems and scheduling).
     
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-   He has received funding from numerous sources, both public and private. Up to date he has received over 3.2M$ as Principal Investigator, and over 1.1M$ as co-applicant of numerous grants totaling over 30M$. I have supervised 5 Postdoctoral fellows, 10 PhD students, 1 Research Assistant, 54 Masters and over 100 4th year Engineering students since 1997. I currently supervise 1 Postdoctoral fellow, 6 PhD students, and 5 Masters students (two new PhD students have been accepted to begin in September 2016).+   He has received funding from numerous sources, both public and private. Up to date he has received over 3.5M$ as Principal Investigator, and over 1.2M$ as co-applicant of numerous grants totaling over 30M$. He has supervised 8 Postdoctoral fellows, 18 PhD students, 10 Research Assistant, 68 Masters and over 130 4th year Engineering students since 1997. He currently supervises 4 Postdoctoral fellows, 6 PhD students, and 6 Masters students.
   
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-He has been the recipient of various awards,  +He has been the recipient of various awards, including the IBM Eclipse Innovation Award, a Leadership award by the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, various Best Paper awards. He has been awarded Carleton University's Research 
-including the  +  Achievement Award twice (2005 and 2014), the First Bernard P. Zeigler DEVS Modeling and Simulation Award (2010), the <a href=http://www.scs.org/awards>SCS Outstanding Professional Award </a> (2011), Carleton University’s Mentorship Award (2013), and the SCS Distinguished Service Award (2015). He is a Fellow of SCS (2016) and a recipient of the <a href=https://carleton.ca/sce/2018/gabriel-wainer-to-receive-canada-150-medal-join-us-on-jan-18/> Nepean's Canada 150 Anniversary Medal (2017). He has been elected as Outstanding Engineer by the IEEE Ottawa Chapter (2019).</a>.
-IBM +
-  Eclipse Innovation Award, a Leadership award by the Society for Modeling and +
-  Simulation International, various Best Paper awards. He has been awarded Carleton  +
-   University's Research +
-  Achievement Award (2005 and 2014), the First Bernard P. Zeigler DEVS Modeling and Simulation Award (2010), the <a href=http://www.scs.org/awards>SCS Outstanding Professional Award </a> (2011), Carleton University’s Mentorship Award (2013), and the SCS Distinguished Service Award (2015). He is a Fellow of SCS (2016) and a recipient of the <a href=https://carleton.ca/sce/2018/gabriel-wainer-to-receive-canada-150-medal-join-us-on-jan-18/> Nepean's Canada 150 Anniversary Medal (2017). He has been elected as Outstanding Engineer by the IEEE Ottawa Chapter (2019).</a>.  +
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