Queen's School of Computing

Biography

I hold a BScH and a PhD from the University of Toronto and a MSc from Queen's University. In 1984, I joined Queen's University and am currently a Professor in the School of Computing and a Visiting Scientist with IBM's Centre for Advanced Studies. I have served as Associate Director of the School of Computing from 2002 to 2007 and Acting Director in 2004.

Awards:

    2013

    • Best Paper Award
      "Assisting Developers of Big Data Analytics Applications When Deploying on Hadoop Clouds" - Shang, W., Z.M. Jiang, H. Hemmati, B. Adams, and A.E. Hassan, and P. Martin
      The 35th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering, ICSE, pages 402-411, 2013
    • Visiting Scientist
      Pat Martin
      IBM CAS

    2012

    • Visiting Scientist
      Pat Martin
      IBM CAS

    2008

    • Best Paper Award
      "DBMS Workload Control Using Throttling: Experimental Insights" - W. Powley, P. Martin and P. Bird
      The 11th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (GASCON 2008), Toronto, October 2008, pp. 1 - 13

    2007

    • Best Paper Award (Second Place)
      "Streaming Random Forests" - H. Abdulsalem, D. Skillicorn and P. Martin
      IEEE Joint Workshop on Multimedia Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Waterloo, Oct 2007
    • Best Paper Award
      "Conceptual Framework for a Comprehensive Service Management Middleware" - Farhana Zulkernine and Patrick Martin
      The 2nd International IEEE Workshop on Service Oriented Architectures in Converging Networked Environments (SOCNE), May 2007 , pp. 56-63.