Santa Clara University

Toronto Metropolitan University’s Department of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering is at the forefront of technology’s most impactful advancements. Whether it’s delivering leading-edge health care, connecting communities or finding innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing issues, we’re revolutionizing technology across diverse industries, from medicine to energy to communications.

  • Department: Mathematics

  • We are a public sector organization and we plan to involve industry partners

  • Looking for: Innovators/Entrepreneurs,Researcher (humanities and social sciences),Researcher (multidisciplinary),Researcher (scientific/technical/engineering)
  • Track: Challenges,Open Ideas
  • Key application domains: Digitalization,Inclusiveness,Industry 4.0
  • Preferred hosting duration: No preference

  • Maximum number of fellows to be hosted by the organization simultaneously : 1

  • In general, we are interested in modelling and mining complex networks, including aspects such as community detection, hypergraphs, structural and classical node embeddings, embeddings of entire graphs, temporal and out of distribution aspects.

    1 Challenges :

      • One specific challenge we would like to propose is to investigate distributed trade networks supported by party-matching algorithms that emerge in economic exchange happening over the Internet. The objective would be to investigate which designs of market mechanisms of making contracts over such networks lead to efficient equilibria and, at the same time, ensure inclusiveness and fairness with respect to sensitive attributes of the actors involved in the trading process.