Dr. Mehrdad Tirandazian received his B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science. His main Ph.D. research was dedicated to developing algorithms for VLSI Design and Optimization where he explored the advantages of embedding Boolean algebra into the Polynomial Ring.
Mehrdad is a researcher and lecturer at Ryerson University, University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Sheridan College teaching a variety of computer science and engineering courses. For e.g. Digital Computation and Programming, Extreme Programming and Agile Processes, Database Systems, Data Structure, Software Design and Analysis, Digital Media Production, Information Technology for Engineers, Introduction to Programming for scientists, and the list goes on. In addition to his vast teaching experience, Mehrdad has had over 10 years of corporate experience working in IT project management in local and international companies as a Senior Systems Architect and Senior Systems Analyst.
Mehrdad has introduced, designed and developed University level computer science and engineering courses and has published a number of computer science and engineering research papers including Computer Graphics, Artificial Intelligence and Fuzzy Logic, and has designed algorithms for numerous computer science and engineering projects.
Mehrdad has worked as technical committee member and is a current member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and Professional member of CEEA (Canadian Engineering Education Association).
Chair of Systems Chapter