Rogue Wolves is the personal site of .

I'm currently a research scientist with Oculus Info Inc. in Toronto, Ontario Canada.

My research interests include: adaptive user interfaces, machine learning, Bayesian reasoning and distributed artificial intelligence.


Rogue Wolves is the personal website of Scott Langevin. This site serves as a professional space as well as a place for me to write and post links of interest.


I graduated in 2001 from the University of Victoria in British Columbia with a Bachelors degree in Computer Science. Since that time I have worked as a System Consultant and Software Engineer where my area of expertise is in architecting and developing web applications.

In 2006 I decided to pursue a graduate degree. I received my Masters of Engineering degree in Computer Science from the University of South Carolina, where I focussed my studies on service oriented computing and artificial intelligence. I continued on to complete my Ph.D. under the advisement of Dr. Marco Valtorta. My dissertation research was titled Knowledge representation, communication, and update in probability-based multiagent systems and can be downloaded from UMI. My research interests are in probabilistic graphical models, machine learning and adaptive user interfaces.

While completing my Ph.D. degree at the University of South Carolina, I have been a research member of the USC Center for Information Technology, where I participated in several research projects under Dr. Michael N. Huhns. I have been a research assistant with the SeniorSMART center that focuses on multidisciplinary research to foster independence for senior citizens. The research group was working toward the development of an automated human fall detection system using multi-modal ambient sensors.

See my resume for more details on my professional career.

Contact Information

Phone: 647-215-9302

Company Email: [email protected]

Personal Email: sco[email protected]