In 2011, he gave invited research seminars at Cambridge and MIT based in part on this work:
The Semantics of Intermediate CPTs in Variable Elimination.
In 2007, he was invited by a Google talent scout to visit Google's Mountain View headquarters in order to discuss an earlier version of the following paper:
A Join Tree Probability Propagation Architecture for Semantic Modeling.
His research primarily focuses on Bayesian networks. Bayesian networks use probability theory as a formal framework for uncertainty management in artificial intelligence.
He received the 2014 University of Regina Alumni Association Award for Excellence in Teaching.
He is a co-founder of Darwinian networks.
Past President of the CAIAC