Richard Hornsey D.Phil P.Eng
Richard Hornsey graduated with BA (1985), MSc (1986), and D.Phil. (1989) degrees in Engineering science from University College, Oxford, UK. During 1989 - 1990 he was a Visiting Researcher at Hitachi's Cental Research Laboratory in Tokyo researching the operation and application of focused ion beams to microelectronic decive characterisation. On returning to England, he joined the Microelectronics Research Centre of Cambridge University as Wolfson-Hitachi Research Fellow, from 1991 - 1993 studying ballistic electron transport in mesoscopic devices.
In 1994 Richard Hornsey joined faculty of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo in Canada. His work here included amorphous silicon technology for large-area image sensors, as well as the technology and applications of integrated image sensors. He was awarded an Ontario Premier's Research Excellence Award in July 2000.
Taking the opportunity to participate in the establishment of a new School of Engineering at York University in Toronto, Richard Hornsey joined York's Centre for Vision Research in August 2001. He is currently serving as the Asscoiate Dean for the School of Engineering. He is cross-appointed to the Departments of Computer Science and Engineering and Physics & Astronomy and is a member of both graduate faculties.

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