Kagurazaka. Ritsuka (晏雲杉)
I'm a PhD Candidate (all but dissertation) in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen's University at Kingston.
I conduct research in the area of decentralized problems of discrete-event systems under the supervision of Prof. Karen Rudie. I am a member of the Queen's Discrete-Event Systems (QDES) Lab, led by Prof. Rudie, and of Ingenuity Labs Research Institute.
I obtained both of my BASc (2018) and MEng (2019) degrees in Computer Engineering from Queen's University.
I was at McMaster University as an Ontario Visiting Graduate Student during the 2021 Fall term.
My internet identities (ORCID iD, GitHub, LinkedIn, Keybase, etc.)
Email: ritsuka314 [at] queensu [dot] ca
- How to address me: Ritsuka.
- Please do not use any honorific titles, including "Mr.",
- Do not call me "Sir".
CISC 465/865-2023W: Semantics of Programming Languages (ongoing) ELEC 274-2023W: Computer Architecture (ongoing) ELEC 371-2022F: Microprocessor Interfacing and Embedded Systems * ELEC 270-2022W: Discrete Mathematics ** ELEC 270-2021W: Discrete Mathematics ELEC 371-2020F: Microprocessor Interfacing and Embedded Systems ELEC 270-2020W: Discrete Mathematics ELEC 278-2019F: Data Structures ELEC 278-2018F: Data Structures * Head TA ** Recipient of the 2021 Dean's Teaching Assistant Award (DTA), as exceptional Teaching Assistant nominated by the department. With a monetary award. [Link] (known as Yunshan (Richard) Yan)
ELEC 274-2018W: Computer Architecture ELEC 278-2017F: Data Structures * ELEC 274-2017W: Computer Architecture ELEC 221-2016F: Electric Circuits * Awarded as Teaching Assistant of the Year for Excellence in Education and Exceptional Teaching, as voted by students of the department, for the academic year of 2016/2017. [Link] (known as Richard Yan)
Total number of reviews conducted: 12
European Journal of Control IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) IFAC World Congress