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PEOPLE:

 

Cristina Gaitán
  • User Experience and Environmental Designer, Researcher
  • engage clients in design and innovation methodologies to solve technological and business service problems
  • design products, services, information graphics, and environments to create roadmaps for future technologies, technological experiences and holistic brand experiences
  • MFA, Interaction Design, California College of the Arts; BS, Architectural Design, University of Virginia
 

 

J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves
  • ad hoc networking and wireless networking
  • General Chair or Program Chair of multiple conferences
  • more than 400 papers and 35 patents
  • IEEE and ACM Fellow; IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award 2011

 

Sean Garner
Sean Garner
Vice President, Director of Hardware Systems Laboratory

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  • directs physicists, engineers and materials scientists
  • previously Senior Director of Business Strategy and PARC Energy Program Manager
  • Ph.D., Physics, Cornell University; postdoctoral fellow, Harvard University

 

Gaurang Gavai
  • applications in embedded reasoning and machine learning with a focus on social network data analysis and technical infrastructure development therein
  • Master's in Computer Science with a specialization in Machine Learning, Georgia Institute of Technology; Bachelor's in Information Technology, University of Mumbai

 

James Glasnapp
  • evaluation, planning, behavioral theory, modeling, requirement analysis, competency transfer, advertising, and public health
  • ethnography for transportation, healthcare, distributed workplaces, human-display interaction
  • Ph.D. and masters, University of California, Berkeley; Masters Certfication, Academy of Intuition Medicine

 

 

Alex Hegyi
  • applies PARC’s spatial modulation technology to outstanding problems in biodetection
  • expertise include biophotonics, optical detection systems, and magnetic resonance
  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from the University of California, Berkeley; B.S. with Honors and Distinction in Physics from Stanford University
  • 12 patents

 

Gabriel Iftime
  • functional materials for 3D printing and energy applications
  • advanced composite polymeric materials; colloidal particles synthesis and functionalization
  • over 160 U.S. patents; 17 journal articles
  • Ph.D., Materials Chemistry, Université Paris XI, France

 

Soichiro Iga
  • extensive experience in integrating technology-centric innovation and human-centered innovation, leveraging ethnographic approaches
  • applications include electronic whiteboard systems, RFID systems, tabletop computer systems, remote collaboration systems, among others
  • Ph.D. and master's degree from Keio University

 

Warren Jackson
  • large-area printed electronics; metal oxide electronics; many-sensor actuator control systems; task-based system design
  • machine learning; sensor/actuator machine learning; biosensing
  • Ph.D., M.S., Physics, UC Berkeley; Fellow, APS; 100 patents; 250 publications

 

Noble Johnson
  • guided team that has developed laser diodes and light emitting diodes in the visible and UV spectral regions and made major contributions to fundamental understanding of the material and devices
  • over 420 research papers in technical journals and conference proceedings and more than 50 patents
  • Fellow of the American Physical Society and IEEE
  • Ph.D., Princeton University

 

Deokwoo
  • machine learning algorithms
  • self-aware and self-healing cyber physical systems
  • Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Yale University; M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; B.S., Radio Communication Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea