Kin Fun LI, PhD, MBA, PEng, SMIEEE

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Director, Professional Master of Engineering Programs

Telecommunications and Information Security (MTIS)

and

Applied Data Science (MADS)

Vice Chair, IEEE Victoria Section

Office: Engineering Office Wing 409; Office Hours: appointment by email

Telephone: +1-250-721-8683; email: kinli(AT)uvic(DOT)ca

Current/Recent Lectures

Summer 2019:

ECE 590 Directed Study: FPGA-based Object Detection for Computer Vision

ECE 590 Directed Study: FPGA-based Classifier for Computer Vision

ECE 590 Directed Study: Artificial Intelligence Hardware for Internet of Things

ECE 590 Directed Study: Sensing Technologies in Telemedicine

ECE 590 Directed Study: Social Media Mining, Techniques, Challenges, and Applications

ECE 597 MTIS Capstone Project

Courses Taught: CENG/ELEC/SENG Design Project (check out the Robot Pet: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHBreRQFlnM); ENGR 120 Design and Communication II (check out first-year engieering robot competition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNMqMT64H6M; ENGR 330 Professional Career Planning and Engineering Leadership; CENG 255 Introduction to Computer Architecture; CENG 355 Microprocessor Systems; CENG 356 Engineering System Software; CENG 420 Artificial Intelligence; CENG 450 Computer Systems and Architecture; CENG 455 Real Time Computer Systems Design Project; CENG 460 Computer Communication Systems; CENG/ELEC 499A Mobile Robot Design Competition; SENG 380 Applied Cost Engineering; SENG 440/540 Embedded Systems; ELEC 563 Advanced Computer Architecture; ELEC 590 Information Retrieval on the Web; ELEC 590 Data Mining and Application; ELEC 592 Career development; ELEC 699 Web and Business Intelligence

Research Interests: embedded systems, hardware accelerator, data mining and analytics; web mining and search engines, business intelligence

Research Publications

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University of Victoria, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Master of Engineering in Telecommunications and Information Security (MTIS)