Christine Chan

Ph.D., P.Eng.
Canada Research Chair (Tier I) in Energy and Environmental Informatics, Professor, Software Systems Engineering

Office: ED 436.9
Phone: 306-585-5225
Fax: 306-585-4855

Research interests
Applications of artificial intelligence and knowledge-based systems for energy and environmental system analysis, Methods and tools for ontological engineeringKnowledge acquisition, modeling, and management, Knowledge and software engineering for knowledge-based systems, Object-oriented methodologies for knowledge-based systems development, Social and economic impact of information technology

Ph.D., Simon Fraser University
M.Sc., University of British Columbia
B.A., Stanford University

Program Area

Software Systems Engineering

Energy Informatics Laboratory

The Energy Informatics Laboratory (EIL) was founded in 1995 by Dr. Christine Chan. The research objective of the EIL is to conduct and promote R&D in applications of artificial intelligence and knowledge-based system technologies for problem solving in the energy, natural resources, and environmental sectors. Learn more by visiting the Energy Informatics Laboratory website.