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In , he was named to the prestigious TR35 list presented by Technology Review magazine to recognize the top 35 researchers in the world under the age of Lee enjoys photography, filmmaking, playing music and finding new projects that usually end up consuming his free time. He joined Microsoft in and worked to develop the display and image capture options for Microsoft Surface.
Before Microsoft, Lewis worked at Microvision Inc. While working at Microvision, he authored or co-authored 22 Microvision patents and patent applications. Lewis also worked at Polaroid Corp. Before joining Microsoft Corp. While at Carnegie Mellon, he worked with the Game Creation Society and created five video games, starting with a 2-D side scroller and then moving up to 3-D action games, for which he designed advanced graphics and physics.
In his free time, Meistrich likes designing and playing video games, pursuing photography and enjoying recreational Frisbee. He has designed hardware products and created device businesses for Microsoft since , over two careers spanning a total of 15 years. His current Applied Sciences dual hats are: He holds 28 patents. Before joining Microsoft, Mike designed consumer products for clients of Stratos Product Development Group, cardiac monitors and defibrillators for Physio-Control, patient monitors for SpaceLabs, photo-therapy and medical processing systems for Olympic Medical, and served in the military as a missile fire control and maintenance specialist in Europe.
Bernie Rihn is a hardware engineer who dabbles in firmware and software. Prior to joining Microsoft, he interned at Apple Computer doing thermal design and at Better Place doing electric-vehicle-conversion program management. While at Microsoft, Rihn interned with Surface the big multi-touch table , and he resumed full-time as the lead EE for Surface the multi-touch table with sensor-in-pixel technology.
Rihn has focused much of his research energy into new display and camera technologies with the hope that he might help enrich our current device interaction models. He especially looks for ideas that reduce round-trip interface latency, reduce interface parallax, or increase interface transparency, flexibility, and expressiveness.
Rihn studied electrical engineering at Stanford University where he concentrated in analog design and systems design. Rosenfeld also manages the university research program for the Microsoft Hardware Group. At NYU, Rosenfeld developed the Planar Manipulator Display, the first surface computer with a scalable system for moving physical objects under computer control. Rosenfeld co-founded two companies in the toy and video game industry.
At the first of these companies, HeadGames, Rosenfeld served as vice president of product development, where he led creation of a video game for the SEGA game system that became the best-selling title of March , and the first arts and music education title for a mass market video game platform.
Rosenfeld served as vice president of product at the toy development firm Smart Matter, where he was responsible for development of the Brainplane, a semi-autonomous remote-control toy airplane. Following this he worked as a Senior Software Engineer at Cognex, solving computer vision, calibration, and image alignment related problems.
His research interests include computer vision, machine learning, pattern recognition, image processing, motion capture, computer graphics, and scientific computing. In his free time, Siddiqui enjoys hiking and long distance running. Prior to joining Microsoft, Travis managed a company co-founded with his brother Adrian to develop Wedge optics.
He worked in a Monsanto-Cargill JV before this. Despite rowing, Quintus gained an Economics degree from Cambridge University. He also has an MBA from Harvard. Tristan Trutna is a mechanical engineering researcher with the Applied Sciences Group working on design and packaging of novel mechanisms and user interfaces. Away from the office Tristan likes rock climbing, cooking, committing the whole internet to memory, and Sweet Wheels hand-scooped ice cream sandwiches.
Liang Wang is a researcher in Microsoft Corp. His research interests include a variety of topics in computer vision, computer graphics, and image processing, especially on stereo matching, structure from motion, 3D reconstruction, image-based modeling and rendering, segmentation and matting for live video, and projector-camera display systems.
More information about Liang and his research can be found in his research homepage and Google scholar profile. He pursued his undergraduate B. His current work aims at developing a suitable photorefractive composite system for holograms that can be erased and rewritten at video rates which can have potential applications like telepresence and 3D display.
This includes material development for broad band sensitization RGB with high photogeneration efficiency, faster charge transport and highly electro-optic nonlinear chromophores to achieve high diffraction efficiency and faster response time. He loves problem solving and is keen to looking for solutions to challenging problems. Being a nature lover, he likes visiting different places. In his spare time he can be found playing guitar, singing, travelling and solving mathematical problems.
Ross is working on optimizing light transmission through random scattering media by manipulating the phase profile of incident light. Ross was born in Ukraine and immigrated to the U. His specialization is in biophysics, particularly in how living cells experience forces and exert forces on the outside world.
To that end, Ross has been using microscopy techniques to understand the mechanics of single cells. Previously, he received a B. Outside of work, Ross loves to read especially Jewish philosophy and Russian classics. He also enjoys all kinds of sports, but basketball and ping pong have a special place in his heart. An Dai is a Ph. Her research interest is organic electronics, in particular, focusing on engineering electrical properties of materials and interface energetic alignment to improve the performance of organic light-emitting diodes OLEDs and organic photovoltaics OPVs.
The primary idea is to molecularly dope the organic semiconductor to increase the conductivity and work function, such that an Ohmic contact can be created for efficient carrier injection and extraction. An is quite familiar with characterization tools such as ultra-violet photoemission microscopy, X-ray photoemission microscopy, atomic force microscopy, secondary ion mass spectrometry.
In her spare time, An loves traveling around the world, experiencing different cultures, nature and local foods. An is also a semi-professional table tennis player and enjoys doing many sports such as tennis, jogging, swimming and flying…an aircraft. His research is in the area of computer vision and pattern recognition. In he was a Research Intern at Microsoft Research, working in action recognition. She is working on research and development of smart textiles intelligent textiles where her PhD work is focused on medical applications.
By researching the possibilities and stretching the limits of this technology she was able to develop embroidered solutions for different products and prototypes for several applications e.
KG very well-known for their advanced washing machines. Thus, the circle closed when she decided to pursue her PhD in the field of textile engineering. In her spare time, Hoerr is training a young horse, and together they participate in jumping competitions with the goal that he will become an advanced level jumper one day. David Rappaport is an intern with the Microsoft Applied Sciences Group, where he is developing novel human-computer interfaces leveraging projected capacitive touch technology.
David previously contributed to the development of Type Cover accessories for Surface. Prior to joining Microsoft, David completed internships with National Instruments, where he worked on motion control applications, and Webscan, where he developed embedded systems for barcode verification.
David is currently completing his B. In his spare time, David can be found cooking, hiking, coaching his local FIRST robotics team, and working on assorted side projects involving embedded systems. More information about David is available at http: Daming Xu is currently pursuing his Ph. Prior to that, he received a B. His research at UCF focuses on liquid crystal material characterization and device design for display and photonic applications. These include material development and device designs for achieving fast response time, outstanding image quality, superior color performance, low power consumption, etc.
He is particularly interested in high-performance in-plane switching LCDs and some emerging display technologies e. As of April , he has published one book chapter, 21 journal papers, 14 international conference papers and one US patent pending.
In his free time, Daming likes reading, travelling, Salsa dancing and surfing.
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The case study is about the Applied Research Technologies Incorporation, which is an emerging corporation in the field of technology. Applied Research Technologies, Inc. (ART) is a diversified technology company which has used its entrepreneurial culture and encouragement of innovation as an ongoing competitive advantage. The case concentrates on the challenges faced by Peter Vyas, the Filtration Unit manager, who must decide whether to request $2 million in project funding from the divisional vice president, Cynthia Jackson.