Mauro Victorio is a graduate student currently studying to complete his Master’s of Electrical Engineering at the Florida Polytechnic University. He received his bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA). He has 15-years of experience in product manufacturing and development working in verity of projects such as Researches on Radar Warning Receiver based on Multi-Channel Bragg Cell, Infrared Thermal Cameras, semiconductor components in DRAM manufacturing process and Wrist band Heart Rate meter. He also has 10-years of experience in lecturing activities as a professor at engineering courses in Brazil.
James Holland is an undergraduate student currently studying to complete his Bachelor’s of Computer Science at the Florida Polytechnic University. His interest in both hardware and software are of no surprise to those who know James. Since as long as he can remember, James has been an avid tinkerer, exploring the intricacies of technology whether it be an old motherboard or an antique car.
Jackie Gauthier is a student at Florida Polytechnic University who is pursuing a degree in Computer Engineering with a concentration in Machine Intelligence. Previously, Jackie was a Software Engineering Aide at Radiance Technologies. At Radiance Technologies, she assisted in the development of new software for the Department of Defense. Her research interests include but are not limited to Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing, and Computer Vision. After Jackie graduates from Florida Polytechnic University in December of 2019, Jackie plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Machine Learning.
Eric Chan is an undergraduate studying Electrical Engineering with a specialization in Control Systems at Florida Polytechnic University. President of the Robotics Club at Florida Poly in 2018, he helped design and implement numerous robots for VEX, combat, and general applications. He has the intention to pursue a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, with research interests including renewable power systems, nonlinear control systems, and robotics.
Luis Garcia is an undergraduate student working to complete his Bachelors of Science degree in Electrical Engineering at Florida Polytechnic University. His concentration is in Control Systems, spurred by his animation for automation and robotics. A tinkerer by nature, his drawers are full of salvaged flyback transformers and dirty IC chips. His interests include robotics, manufacturing technologies, computer networks, and audio systems.