After receiving his doctorate from the University of Notre Dame, Lance was a postdoctoral fellow with a joint appointment from the University of Notre Dame and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. In 1995, he became a visiting assistant professor with the Division of Engineering at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He joined the faculty in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Nebraska in 1996. He currently serves as associate vice chancellor for academic affairs in addition to his duties as a professor of electrical engineering. Although a bulk of his work is in channel coding, his work has expanded into wireless sensor networks, localization, assisted living technologies, and image processing — as well as interdisciplinary work in STEM education.
Eric is currently an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he also obtained his BSEE in 2004, MS in 2006, and PhD in 2010. His research interests include image processing, computer vision, multi-view imaging, signal processing, communications, information theory, and channel coding. His specialties include designing, simulating, and implementing high-performance algorithms for both computer vision systems and channel coding. His hobbies include hiking, skiing, weight-lifting, and photography.
Jay is from Lincoln, Nebraska and graduated from Lincoln Southeast High School in 2005 and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2010 with a BSEE. He is primarily focused on applying his skills in hardware/embedded design to medical technologies. His research interests include technology integration for semi-autonomous robot surgery, assisted living technologies, and localization. Jay is also passionate about STEM education, both in early learning scenarios and inside the engineering classroom. Outside of engineering, Jay enjoys cooking, mixology, home repair and remodeling, design, and photography. He is an avid jazz piano player (always wishing he had more time to play).
Mateusz was born in Wrocław and studied at Politechnika Wrocławska. Outside of academia, he enjoys all things motorcycle, and was the Polish national vice champion in Gymkhana, a technical riding motorsport.
Jędrzej received his BS and MS degrees in 2007, both in computer science, from the Technical University of Szczecin, Poland. He graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with his PhD in 2015. His research interests include multi-view computer vision, image processing, and high-performance computing. He currently works at Microsoft HoloLens in Seattle.
Yanfeng Liu was born and raised in China. He is currently a senior student at UNL, pursuing his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering. In the lab he mainly helps with computer vision research projects. On his free time, his hobbies include reading, video games, dancing, and drawing.