Departments/ProgramsRabb School of Continuing Studies, Division of Graduate Professional Studies
DegreesUniversity of Southern Florida, M.S.
Boston University, M.S.
Boston University, B.S.
ExpertiseMachine Learning, Image Processing, Embedded systems design / development. Software design in highly regulated industries (FDA). Medical device design/development. Managing remote teams. Multi-discipline project management (software, electronics, mechanical). Risk Management.
ProfileRobert Wallace, MSBE, MSEM, PMP, is a PhD student and an experienced software engineer for both new product development and product support. He has 19 years of experience in developing embedded systems for medical devices and 4 years experience in project management. His research interest is in the application of machine learning and statistical analysis to the characterization and classification of fall risk in the elderly. His other interests and expertise include embedded software development, software quality, software and product safety, and general software development in both heavily regulated industries and unregulated industries.
|RSEG||122||Advanced Software Development Methodologies|
|RSEG||290||Special Topics in Software Engineering|
Awards and Honors
Upsilon Pi Epsilon -- Computer Science Honor Society (2012)
Project Management Professional Certification - PMP (2004 - 2007)
Smith; Kathy K. (Tampa, FL), Medero; Richard (Tampa, FL), Cruz; Edward V. (Newbury Park, CA), Hoard; David W. (Sherman Oaks, CA), Pate; Brian L. (Tampa, FL), Wallace, III; Robert S. (Lutz, FL). Reconfigurable user interface for modular patient monitor.. Critikon Company, LLC, assignee. Patent 6,188,407. April 1, 2001.
Maghirang, JC; Wallace, R; Xue, S; Benson, TE; Voigt, HF. "Regularity Analysis of Units in the Anesthetized Gerbil Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus (DCN).." Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (1990).
Wallace, Robert S.. Development of a Software Package for Multiple Unit Analysis of Neurophysiological Data. Diss. Boston University, December, 1990. Boston, MA: Boston University, 1990.