Zsolt Palotai - President
Zsolt has conducted research and published extensively in the fields of compressed sensing, distributed self-organizing systems and sensor networks. Several demonstration systems that he developed were deployed in real life applications. He created a fully distributed web crawler system that was licensed for commercial development to an Internet search company. He designed a scalable protocol for survivable pipeline task execution in distributed peer-to-peer systems that was jointly patented with Johnson & Johnson for certain medical applications. He lead the design and implementation of these protocols within the framework of an assisted-living facility for handicapped children. Zsolt received his MSc in Electrical Engineering in 2003 from the University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary. His MSc thesis focused on intelligent pipelined hardware software co-design systems. He is expected to receive his PhD from the School of Informatics, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary in May 2008.

András Lorincz, PhD - Chief Technology Officer
Professor Lorincz established the Neural Information Processing Group at Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary in 1998, to research distributed intelligent systems and their applications in neuroscience, cognitive modeling, human-computer interaction and medicine. NIPG received grants from Panasonic, the University of Southern California, the Information Directorate of the US Air Force Research Laboratory and the US National Science Foundation and the EU Framework Programme, the primary source of collaborative research funding in Europe. Prior to creating NIPG, Professor Lorincz held research positions and professorships at the University of Chicago, Brown University, Princeton University, the Illinois Institute of Technology and ETH Zurich and he was scientific director of Mindmaker, Inc. He authored over 200 peer reviewed scientific publications and received prestigious national and international awards for his achievements in research and teaching.

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