Patrick Adjei is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Western University in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. His research is in energy forecasting for households with Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence. He has a depth of knowledge in Software Engineering, and a wide breadth of knowledge in Machine Learning and Image Processing.
On top of keeping up to date with the latest research trends in his field and being academically ready to learn, Patrick does not shy away from a good philosophical book or outing with friends, to keep a balance.
The Faculty of Engineering at Western University is committed to increasing the diversity of Canadian workforce in the engineering and technology sector, especially, the participation from Indigenous and Black communities.
As part of Western Engineering’s efforts to encourage, mentor, support and enhance the preparation of tomorrow’s diverse leaders in academia and industry, the Faculty is offering the Indigenous and Black Engineering/Technology (IBET) PhD Fellowship to attract and financially support highly qualified domestic applicants who identify as Indigenous or Black.