Study on the Frequency Response of Overhead Transmission Lines

The goal of this project is to research and develop a model that is suitable for BC Hydro’s application to predict the sag of a power transmission line from its induced frequency response. Transmission lines always elongate over time due to the temperature of the conductor. The ability to monitor and obtain the shape of transmission lines is one of the most important tools in evaluating power transmission line’s effectiveness in operation, maintenance and the most important, safety.

Research and implement a software module for real-time data acquisition, visualization and analysis

Develop a software module for real-time data acquisition, visualization and analysis of data extracted during real time 3D physical simulation allowing to perform regression testing comparison of different Vortex versions, to find differences in system parameterization of similar mechanical system or to compare results from other simulation platform like Matlab.

Generation of Application Level Traffic Markings For Smartphones

Mobile Network Carriers are experiencing unprecedented data traffic loads which are straining their existing infrastructure. They are thus interested in exploring research areas which focus on reducing this traffic load. The malicious traffic generated by malware on smartphones is of particular interest. My research focuses on the generation of a software system that marks traffic from smartphones to indicate the specific phone application which has generated the data flow.

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