Dr. Eleanor Leung is an assistant professor with the Electrical and Computer Engineering program of York College of Pennsylvania. Her research area is in wireless communications focusing on space-time block coding and the design of signal constellations. Her technical research area is in wireless communications focusing on space-time block coding and the design of signal constellations. She is also doing research work focused on active and collaborative learning in engineering education. Eleanor has a B.S in Electrical Engineering from the University of Calgary and both a M.Eng and a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from McMaster University.
Inci Ruzybayev is Assistant Professor in Engineering Physics at the York College of Pennsylvania. She received her Ph. D. in Physics from University of Delaware and her M. S. and B. S. in Physics Education from M.E.T.U. in Turkey. Her technical research interests are in structural and characterization of TiO2 thin films and magnetic nanoparticles along with pedagogical research interests in improving engineering physics curriculum and seeking solutions to gender bias.
Brandy is an electrical engineer, explorer of the Universe, and industry liaison at Minnesota State University's Bell Program. She aims to push the limits--of engineering education, of what humanity can accomplish, of what one educator (alone and together with a network) can do to promote, encourage, and improve the education of our future engineers. Her vision of the future is a community of humans, living well, not only on Earth but on other spherical lands inside and outside of our solar system. The future is bright and filled not only with humans living in harmony with nature but also utilizing technology in such a way as to promote a strong future, growing intelligence and curiosity, strengthening the health and happiness of humanity as well as the Earth.
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