Electrical Engineer with over 20 years of experience in the fields of Rehabilitation Technology and Biomedical Engineering. Expertise in the field of electrical safety in medical applications and environments in addition to the development of technologies intended for the fields of powered prosthetics and human performance monitoring. A member of CSA electrical safety in health care standards committees and experienced in the evaluation and testing of electrical safety in health care facilities. Also a member of the Canadian Healthcare Engineering Society (CHES), the Atlantic Canada Clinical Engineering Society (ACCES), and the IEEE. Experienced with project planning and management, for the development of products, and execution of research, from concept to completion, including multi-collaborator, multi-site, and international collaboration efforts.
Engineer with both a mechanical and electrical engineering background with over 10 years of experience in these fields. Currently an instructor with the mechanical engineering department and an adjunct professor with the electrical and computer engineering department at the University of New Brunswick. Expertise in mechatronic applications, measurements, and embedded systems.
Dr. Losier has led engineering teams on multi-year research and development projects to integrate innovative research with state-of-the-art embedded system technologies. He has authored and co-authored 24 peer-reviewed publications in the area of sensors, prosthetic limb systems, and the application of embedded systems in clinical and rehabilitation environments. He also has been leading an international effort to develop a communication standard for the prosthetic limb industry.
Electrical Engineer with over 15 years of experience in many areas of electrical and biomedical engineering. Expertise in low-power embedded systems and biomedical instrumentation with extensive experience in applications in rehabilitation technologies and powered limb prosthesis systems. Significant experience in communication protocols, environmental monitoring, and robotics. An active researcher in the field of biomedical engineering and has authored and co-authored 20 peer-reviewed publications in the area of biomedical instrumentation, powered limb prosthesis systems and rehabilitation technologies. A Registered Professional Engineer and a member of the Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society, the Atlantic Canada Clinical Engineering Society and the IEEE.