Sébastien Pelletier

M. Sc.

Sébastien Pelletier holds a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from École de Technologie Supérieure de Montréal, as well as a diploma of college studies in physical technology. Passionate, creative and self-taught, Mr. Pelletier has over 10 years of experience in teaching and designing digital and computerized systems. Through his laboratory manager and student group supervision tasks, he has developed his interpersonal skills, critical thinking and leadership. He has also designed printed circuits for various projects and internships. He currently teaches electronics, embedded programming and automation for the department of physics and physical technologies at Cégep de La Pocatière.

Key Achievements:

  • Improvement and drafting of course notes, exercises, laboratories and exams for many courses in the field of digital and analog electronics at the college and university levels
  • Design of a circuit detecting the presence or absence of boxes in a medical shelf by infrared and synchronous detection
  • Design of a VHDL digital video controller for aerospace applications
  • Design of a high-performance arithmetic digital circuit (with pipeline) using genetic algorithms
  • Design of several printed circuits for digital and analog applications
  • Design of analog communication systems “Public Address” for the railway sector
  • Improvement of a 64-bit processor for the computer systems laboratory
  • Manufacture of a test bench facilitating the correction and manufacture of an educational assembler