Ethan Hoerr is a man of wise words, he has taken the challenge of college at full force with the attitude of not giving up. He has completed three years at Bradley University in the electrical engineering, and has DJ'd at The Edge. Throughout his experiences he has acquired about many different programming languages such as C, MATLAB, and VHDL. Soon he will complete his bachelor's in May of 2015.
Dakota Mahan is a man of wise words, he has taken the challenge of college at full force with the attitude of not giving up. He has completed three years at Bradley University in the electrical engineering, and has held the position of webmaster at the Theta Xi Fraternity. Throughout his experiences he has acquired about many different programming languages such as C, MATLAB, Assembly, and VHDL. Soon he will complete his bachelor's in May of 2015.
Alexander Vallejo was born in Chicago, Illinois on August 21, 1993. His mother who was born in North Dakota who is currently a Director of Nursing, and his father was an Insurance Salesman and Realtor who was born in Dallas, Texas. A little background about his schooling comes from graduating with Calculus I, Calculus II, and AP statistics before going to Bradley University where he finished Differential equations by my freshman year. Currently, he is on track to complete his Bachelor's of Science in May 2015. While completing his B.S. at Bradley he rushed a Fraternity called Theta Xi. He was given the opportunity to show leadership and versatility. By the time he was initiated, he was elected to house manager the fourth highest position on the executive board, which he was then re-elected two more times throughout his membership. Later on he was elected president of the Alpha Sigma chapter of Theta Xi(Fall 2012-Fall 2013), and under his presidency they were able to become an accredited chapter for the first time in six years, and the third most improved chapter in the national organization. He concluded his final executive board positions as Philanthropy and Social Chair to set up fund-raisers for the homeless using an organization called Habitat for Humanity, and organized exchanges with sororities. At last he is in his final year at Bradley University and it has brought him many good memories, but he am ready to become a working class of society and will hopefully change the world one day.
Joseph Driscoll has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Vanderbilt University, where his research was in the area of intelligent robotics. He has worked in industry as a software developer in the areas of Internet content delivery and bioinformatics. He was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Middle Tennessee State University. Dr. Driscoll also has a Ph.D. in physics, where his interests include theoretical and computational physics of nanoscale systems. In 2011 he moved to Bradley University, where he was first an Assistant Professor of Engineering Physics, and then became an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Driscoll's primary research areas are intelligent robotics, high- performance computing, and MEMS/NEMS (micro/nano electromechanical system) device simulation. He works with neural networks, genetic algorithms, computer vision, and other forms of artificial intelligence. Many types of robots are used in his experiments, including flying, walking, and wheeled robots. All of Dr. Driscoll's projects involve students at all levels.