Dr. Marc St-Hilaire

Associate Professor

NET Coordinator

Dr. Marc St-Hilaire

Associate Professor

NET Coordinator

Marc St-Hilaire joined Carleton University in 2006 upon completion of his PhD in Computer Engineering, from Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal. He is currently an associate professor with the School of Information Technology with a cross appointment with the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering at Carleton University. Dr. St-Hilaire is conducting research on various aspects of wired and wireless communication systems. More precisely, he is interested in network planning and infrastructure, network protocols, network interconnection, performance analysis and optimization. With more than 130 publications, his work has been published in several journals and international conferences. Finally, Dr. St-Hilaire is actively involved in the research community. In addition to serving as a member of technical program committees of various conferences, he is equally involved in the organization of several national and international conferences and workshops. He is also a senior member of the IEEE.


Research Areas

  • Computer networks
  • Network planning and infrastructure
  • Network architecture
  • Network optimization
  • Cloud and Fog computing
  • Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • Mobile computing

Research Topics

  • Computer Networks (Planning, Design, Architecture)
  • Cloud, Fog, and Edge Computing
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Software Defined Networks (SDN)
  • Ad-hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks

Activities

Technical Program Committees

  • 11th Wireless Days Conference (WD 2019)
  • IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2019)
  • IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC 2019)
  • IEEE Global Communications Conference: Communication QoS, Reliability and Modeling (Globecom 2018)

Confernece Organising Committees

  • Track Co-Chair: 10th Wireless Days Conference (WD 2018)
  • Publication Chair: 9th EAI International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks (ADHOCNETS 2017)

Undergraduate Courses

  • NET4000 Emerging Network Technologies (4th Year, Winter Term)
  • NET4001 Network Simulation (4th Year, Fall Term)