Dr. Joerg Schweizer
Joerg Schweizer received the electrical engineering degree (``Diplom
Ingenieur der Elektrotechnik'') in 1993 from the Technical
University of Darmstadt, Germany. During his studies he specialized
in system and control theory.
He continued research at University College Dublin, Ireland, from 1993 to 1994.
In 1999 he received his PhD from the Chair of Circuits and Systems
at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne,
Switzerland. His general research interests have been the application of
nonlinear system theory to the fields of
communications and bio-inspired neural networks.
From 1999-2002 he worked as an independent consultant for a German company
where he did the development and prototyping of an ultra-sonic
distance- and angle-meter.
From 2002-2003 he organized the set-up of a Bionics laboratory at the
National Microelectronics Research Center (NMRC) in Cork, Ireland.
Since 2003 he works at the DISTART-trasporti institute where he
develops a novel measurement and control-technology for
Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) systems, a fully-automated, rail-based,
Joerg Schweizer has been a reviewer for the IEEE Transactions on
Circuits and Systems journal.
John Greenwood, BSc,MinstP,FIEE
John Greenwood is a well established engineer and inventor with about
70 patents mostly in the field of sensors and micromechanical
systems. He is a co-founder of MAIT international.