I'm a professor in the Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University, where I've worked since 2003.

Before moving to the magical city of Vancouver, I spent 14 years
at Hewlett Packard Research Labs in the United Kingdom, where I
used mathematics to solve practical problems in digital communications.

- 2019: CanaDAM 2019 and Fq14 conferences hosted by SFU in successive weeks
- 2019: Co-Chair, NSERC Evaluation Group 1507 – Computer Science
- 2016: Public lecture: What is a research mathematician?
- 2013: SFU University Professor
- 2013: Largest known asymptotic merit factor of binary sequences (with Daniel Katz and Kai-Uwe Schmidt)
- 2009: NSERC Discovery Accelerator Supplement
- 2008: Construction of Golay complementary sequences from multi-dimensional arrays (with Frank Fiedler and Matthew Parker)
- 2007: Proof of the 1992 conjecture on multi-dimensional Barker arrays (with Matthew Parker)
- 2007: Proof of the 1989 conjecture on two-dimensional Barker arrays (with Jim Davis and Ken Smith)
- 2005: Hall Medal of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications
- 1999: Golay complementary sequences are related to Reed-Muller codes (with Jim Davis)
- 1997: A unifying construction for difference sets (with Jim Davis)
- 1994: Kirkman Medal of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications

Department of Mathematics

Simon Fraser University

8888 University Drive

Burnaby BC V5A 1S6

CANADA

Simon Fraser University

8888 University Drive

Burnaby BC V5A 1S6

CANADA

14 January 2019