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PEOPLE:

 

Cory Lancaster
  •  works in the clean water space within PARC's hardware systems laboratory
  • focus on HDS application and commercialization
  • B.S., Environmental Science, Rutgers University; M.S., Environmental Engineering, Washington State University

 

Joseph Lee
  • digital electronic design, field-programmable gate arrays, board layout, schematic capture, AD/DA interface, and design with power regulators
  • B.S., Electrical Engineering, UC San Diego

 

Linxia Liao
  • predictive and prescriptive analytics; system and components fault diagnostics and prognostics; signal processing; and machine learning algorithms
  • developing device fleet health management solutions for intelligent transportation systems
  • Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, University of Cincinnati; M.S. and B.S., Mechanical Science and Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) in China
  • one issued patent and seven pending patents

 

Scott Limb
  • thin film deposition, MEMS fabrication, large area electronics, and inkjet print process and reliability research
  • 29 issued patents
  • Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and B.S. in Chemical Engineering from University of California, Berkeley

 

Felicia Linn
  • biodevice projects from the development of active-dispense transmucosal and transdermal drug delivery platforms to the utilization of physiological sensors to detect and manage emotional stress
  • B.S. in Bioengineering, University of California, Berkeley

 

Julia Liu
  • signal processing, statistical modeling and inference, distributed sensor networks
  • applications such as intelligent transportation systems
  • Ph.D., M.S. Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

Pai Liu
  • combining quantitative techniques and technology to solve complex problems
  • wide ranging expertise in simulation and modeling, machine learning and statistics, behavior modeling, and data visualization
  • Master's in Operations Research; Master's in Computer Science; Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Southern California

 

Victor Liu
  • develops and applies novel computational methods to problems in electromagnetics
  • focuses on the design of microwave structures for sensing and security applications
  • Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University; B.S. degree, Electrical Engineering, Caltech

 

Teresa Lunt
Teresa Lunt
Vice President, Computing Science Laboratory

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  • directs wide range of research activities including content-centric networking, ethnography, and ubiquitous computing
  • was an Assistant Director and Program Manager in DARPA's Information Technology Office; led teams at SRI International
  • M.A., Applied Mathematics, Indiana University, A.B., Geophysics, Princeton University

 

Pat Maeda
  • developing new optical technologies in laser scanning, imaging, optical sensing, solid-state illumination, and solar concentration
  • M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University; B.S. degree in both Physics and Mathematics
  • 28 patents in optical systems, diffractive optics, MEMS, optical sensors, image processing, laser scanning systems

 

Joerg Martini
  • flow cytometry techniques for point-of-care applications
  • expertise in multiphoton microscopy, human cartilage implants, nuclear protein export, force spectroscopy
  • Ph.D., physics

 

Ion Matei
  • modeling, analysis, and design of dynamical systems
  • reliability and diagnosis studies for cyber-physical systems, developing failure mechanisms models for physical components
  • B.S. and M.S., Electrical Engineering, Politehnica University of Bucharest Romania; M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park

 

John Maxwell
  • efficient algorithms for parsing, generation, and translation
  • machine learning techniques for processing natural language
  • pioneered WYSIWYG music notation editor; part of original Smalltalk object-oriented programming team; helped develop Cedar experimental programming environment
  • technical lead for PARC's XLE parser, commercialized most recently through Powerset, Inc. (acquired by Microsoft)

 

Ping Mei
  • printed electronics for digital processing and device integration toward low-cost manufacturing fabrication and novel device applications
  • passion for developing disruptive technologies that may improve our lives
  • Ph.D. and B.S., Physics, Rutgers University and Peking University respectively
  • 60 issued U.S. patents and more than 60 journal publications and book chapters

 

Raj Minhas
  • Program Manager for Prognostics and Health Management
  • responsible for the strategy and execution for the commercialization of the related technologies
  • Ph.D. and M.S.. Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto; B.E., Delhi University

 

Marzieh Nabi-Abdolyousefi
  • control, optimization, networked dynamics systems, robotics, and flight dynamics, in energy, transportation, multi-agent system, and healthcare
  • Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics and M.Sc. in Mathematics from University of Washington

 

Saigopal Nelaturi

 

  • intelligent automation, digital manufacturing, geometric modeling, computational design, robotics, spatial computing
  • applications included reconfigurable manufacturing, spatial planning, non-destructive inspection
  • Ph.D., M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.Sc., Manufacturing, University of Bath, U.K.

 

 

 

Les Nelson
  • focuses on understanding technical demands made by changing social practices
  • information-sharing and collaboration-support tools in system engineering practices
  • was a software engineer on large-scale, mission-critical, real-time systems
  • MS, Computer Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Senior Member of ACM

 

Tse Nga (Tina) Ng
  • plastic electronics patterned by inkjet printing 
  • sensor electronics applications including bendable image sensors for x-ray medical imaging, electronics for printed blast dosimeter sensor tape, and printed logic for memory
  • Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, Cornell University

 

John Northrup
  • research interests include epitaxial growth, structure of surfaces and interfaces, point defects, extended defects, and transport in organic materials
  • provides insight into organic semiconductors such as pentacene and polythiophene as well as optoelectronic materials such as GaN
  • Ph.D., Physics, U.C. Berkeley
  • Fellow of the American Physical Society, Materials Research Society