Title: Electrical Engineer
Company: Department of Electrical Engineering, Polytechnique Montreal
Location: Westmount, Quebec, Canada
Michael Corinthios, Electrical Engineer for the department of electrical engineering at Polytechnique Montreal has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electrical engineering.
An award-winning electrical engineer, Dr. Corinthios brings 56 years of experience to his role as electrical engineer with Polytechnique Montreal. A leading expert in his field, he holds numerous patents, including for general base state assignment for optimal massive parallelism. In addition, he holds a trademark for the symmetric chess game, Ministers, which he invented in 1977. In recognition of his professional excellence in his career, Dr. Corinthios was nominated for an achievement medal by the Institute of Electrical Engineers (Now the Institution of Engineering and Technology), and he earned a Mary H. Beatty Fellowship award from the University of Toronto.
Throughout his career, Dr. Corinthios has held many prominent roles in the electrical engineering field. He was an engineer for Litton Systems Canada (Now Northrop Grumman Corporation), an engineer for Bell Canada, and an engineer for radio transmission for Abu Zaabal. He has served as an invited professor for the National Technical University of Athens, an academy visitor for the Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine in London, chair of the second International Spectral Workshop, and a visiting scientist at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. Additionally, he has spoken at the International Conference on Electrical, Electronic, and Computer Engineering and at the sixth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence at American University in Cairo, Egypt. Looking to the future, Dr. Corinthios intends to continue in his teaching role with Polytechnique Montreal while engaging new opportunities as they present themselves.
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