About the GYRE Team
Linda Bushnell, faculty advisor
David Bliss, flyer
David Bliss, a chemistry major at the University of Washington, works for the university's Clinical Informatics Research Group. His research interests include high-reliability computing, computerized process control, biomedical informatics and radiochemistry, and his biomedical informatics work has been published in the Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association.
Matthew Dockrey, flyer
Matthew Dockrey, a University of Washington graduate and a member of UW's highly successful 1999 Lunarbot team, also works for the University of Washington's Clinical Informatics Research Group. His research interests include robotics and multimedia processing.
Lee Corviday Zeman, flyer
Lee Corviday Zeman has worked in Radiation Oncology at the UW Medical Center and currently is a researcher at The Evergreen State College. Lee's research interests include scientific visualization, image processing and artificial intelligence.
Amelia Lacenski, flyer
Amelia Lacenski graduated in 2006 from the University of Washington, where she worked as a research assistant in the Information School's Tactile Graphics group. Her work on graphics for the visually impaired was presented at the 2005 AAAS conference. Her research interests include multilingual user interfaces, human-computer interaction, medical informatics, and mechanical engineering.
Grant Stevens, alternate flyer
Grant Stevens, a senior in Electrical Engineering at The Ohio State University, specializes in electromagnetics and communication systems. He has done extensive work with streaming video and H.323 video conferencing. His research interests include wireless data networks and digital modulation techniques.
Anna Tonkonogui, ground crew
Anna Tonkonogui is a student at the University of Washington.
Erin Karper, Web site developer
Erin Karper is an assistant professor of English at Niagara University. Her research interests include novice web designers, visual rhetoric, and computers and composition. She has assisted the GYRE flying team with website design and construction.
The URL for this page is http://depts.washington.edu/gyre/about.html
Last updated: February 8, 2006
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