Nathan Scott
  • Master's of Computer Science, 2005 - 2007.
    University of New Brunswick, Canada
  • Bachelor of Computer Science, 2005
    University of New Brunswick, Canada


Research Topic: Reversible Logic

Thesis Research:
Traditional digital logic gates do not produce boolean functions which are reversible (the output does not uniquely identify the input to the circuit). Reversible functions are interesting for their potential applications in areas such as nanotechnology and quantum computing, but adding the constraint of reversibility makes the synthesis procedure more difficult. My research is in a variety of problems related to the synthesis process.


Hobbies: games and music;

Thesis Supervisor(s):
Gerhard Dueck