Dr. Sal Morgera has focused on networks his entire professional life. He, and the teams he has directed, are responsible for the Canadian oceanographic data gathering networks, the acoustic networks for American submarine tactical and strategic communications, the worldwide CAT 3 auto-landing networks for commercial aircraft, and the military wireless networks used in sensitive and challenging parts of the world In 2018, he has been invited to give two Keynote Speeches at international conferences on the topic of brain structure and function.
Abdeltif Amrane Professor, UMR 6226 ISCR, University of Rennes. He has been involved in research projects as a manager or a participant in several projects, as well in international collaborations (Algeria, Belgium, Lebanon, Mexico, Romania, Spain, Tunisia). He has published more than 260 international papers including 17 papers in press. He has also published 12 chapter books and has about 110 international and 20 national oral communications.
Maria Paz-Weißhaar joined the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences as a professor. The study program, in which she then taught at Campus Rheinbach, did not exist at first. Because she was called to realize her idea of an international, English-language study program Applied Biology, as it has never been at a college.
Antonis A Armoundas completed his BS in Electrical Engineering from National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece, in 1991 and MS in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University, Boston, MA, in 1994. He received PhD in Nuclear Engineering, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in 1999. He was an American Heart Association sponsored Post-doctoral Fellow at the Division of Molecular Cardiobiology and the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University