Alec Parisé

I am a Masters student specializing in Data Science with the People in Motion lab (PIML) at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton. I have experience in data wrangling, classification and building prediction models for occupancy, energy systems, and energy consumption habits. Also my undergraduate studies in Geomatics Engineering allowed me to become experienced in analyzing spectral and geo-spatial information using softwares like: ArcGIS, QGIS, Geomatica Focus, and AutoCad.

Currently, my research focuses on analyzing sensor data obtained from an Raspberry Pi/Arduino IoT platform capable of encapsulating non-intrusive indoor ambient environmental data, with the goal of predicting occupancy using a hybrid algorithm consisting of Ada-Boost and SVM. The languages I am proficient in are Python and Matlab, however I have experience using other programming languages such as, R, Java, HTML and C++.


AL-Yazidi T, Doak C, Fitzgerald M, Parisé A. (2017). Indoor Navigation and Ranging Using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons. University of New Brunswick Engineering Design Symposium, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, 28 March 2017.

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University of New Brunswick

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