Shalaka received her BS in Biology and BA in Spanish from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida in 2020. She assisted graduate students in the Brain Mapping Laboratory, where students use electrophysiology and bioimaging to understand behavior and effects of stimulation in neurological disorders. Her research interests include wound imaging, vessel segmentation, signal processing, and using fluorescence spectroscopy in cancer and disease diagnoses.
Dr. Eng. Rafał Kozera has a university degree in Materials Engineering obtained at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology. For his doctoral dissertation written in English, he was awarded the first prize in the 18th edition of the Fiat Chrysler competition for the best doctoral dissertation. In the last 5 years he has participated in 6 projects, including three international ones financed by e.g. EU. Dr. Eng. Rafał Kozera is the author and co-author of 29 publications in domestic and foreign journals, including the co-author of several book chapters. He completed many scientific internships in Germany, Spain, Canada and Switzerland. Over the last 5 years, he has carried out 36 documented expert opinions and research commissioned by the industry in the field of e.g. research on polymer materials. He is fluent in advanced methods of preparation and characterization of polymer and metal matrix composite materials in various forms.
Timothy Coon is a PhD student at the Florida Institute of Technology in the department of Computer and Engineering Sciences. He holds a MS from the Air Force Institute of Technology in astronautical engineering and a BS from California Polytechnic State University in mechanical engineering. He has worked in the aerospace and defense industry for 14 years as an engineer on special projects in mechanical design, optical design, and GNC for satellite and missile simulations.
Tianling Niu received her B.S. degree in physics from the Sichuan University, China, in 2021. She is currently a Ph.D. student in the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering Department at Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
In 2019 Buse Nur completed her Bachelor of Science in Genetics and Bioengineering at Istanbul Bilgi University. For her senior design project, she designed an RPM to test the effects microgravity has on the growth of cancer cells. In addition, she has participated in research on protein supercomplexes with different structural and functional properties. Her interests include metabolic imaging, image reconstruction, signal processing and biomedical instrumentation.
Mehrnoosh received her B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Biomedical Engineering from University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran in 2015 and 2018. She was a researcher at Isfahan Neuro Technology Laboratory from 2015 to 2018. She also worked as a research expert at Isfahan University of Medical Sciences between 2018 and 2020. In her master thesis, she focused on feature extraction algorithms in SSVEP-based BCI systems. Her research interests include biological image processing, biological signal processing, brain- computer interfaces, pattern recognition, and biomedical instrumentation.
Parisa Nategh received her M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics from the University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, in 2020 and her B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Khajeh Nasir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2017. She worked as a graduate researcher on a new way of designing and fabricating an active microfluidic system with application in biomedical engineering. She designed and implemented an RGB detector using Raspberry Pi 4, its camera, and OpenCV Library in Python to recognize a wide array of chemicals in blood and other fluids. She spent her bachelor's period learning about Neural System's physiology and Brain Imaging techniques, including EEG, and continued to do her project on designing and implementing an 8-channel EEG (Brain-Computer Interface). Her research interests include biomedical imaging, biological image and signal processing, and biomedical instrumentation.
Monika Nath is a PhD student in Physics Department at University of Science and Technology Meghalaya, Meghalaya, India. She received her BSc degree in Physics from Birjhora Mahavidyalaya(Bongaigaon)and MSc degree in Physics( Nano Technology, Molecular and laser spectroscopy, General theory of relativity and cosmology, statistical and numerical methodology) from Guwahati University. Her research focuses on investigation of nonlinear phenomena in Semiconductor Quantum Well using EIT( Electromagnetically Induced Transparency ).
Jeremiah Lane is a graduate student in applied mathematics at the Air Force Institute of Technology, under the supervision of Dr. Benjamin Akers. His doctoral research focuses on the numerical simulation and analysis of steady-state thermal blooming. His other research interests include numerical methods for partial differential equations, the modeling of turbulence, and approximation theory in fluid mechanics.