Jack HansonResearch Engineer
Jack was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada but in 1971 moved away to beautiful British Columbia. After graduating from High School he returned to Saskatoon to attend University in 1988. Why would he move from the splendor of B.C. to the a place where you can watch your dog run away for three days? Jack thought the same thing when he first got here but the province, people and the prairie lifestyle grew on him after several years. Although, some people are quick to point out that maybe the intense cold that Saskatchewan experiences may have caused some brain damage.....which is why he likes soup.
Jack completed his B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering in 1992 and entered graduate studies in the fall of 1992. He joined TRLabs as a part time masters student in September 1992 under the supervision of Prof. David Dodds. Jack's master thesis was entitled "Timed Power Line Data Transmission" and was successfully completed in December 1997.
In addition to his masters work Jack has worked on various projects at TRLabs including the Multimedia to the Home 95/97 conferences and the Access230 project. In 1997 Jack accepted a full time postion with TRLabs as a Research Engineer and is currently a Senior Research Scientist with TRLabs.
Jack's interests include network systems, security, and embedded systems.
- D. Dodds, K. Ackerman, J. Hanson, "Power Line Communication Using Timed Transmission", IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference, CCNC 2004, Las Vegas, USA, Poster #9, 2004.
- D.E. Dodds, G. Erker, J. Hanson, G. Bradley, "Splitterless DSL 230 kb/s for Internet Access", 1999 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications Computers and Signal Processing (PACRIM'99), pp. 22-25, August 22-24, 1999.
- Jack S. Hanson (supervisor: Prof. David E. Dodds), "Timed Power Line Data Transmission ", M.Sc. Thesis, University of Saskatchewan, Department of Electrical Engineering, September 1997 .
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