Dan has broad expertise and substantial achievements as a multidisciplinary electronics engineering expert and bioengineering specialist. He is a pioneer in the fields of sensory feedback, states of consciousness, vital signs monitoring and covert polygraph instrumentation. His areas of expertise include sensors, analog signal conditioning and conversions, mixed signal processing, algorithms, and communications.
Dan has held various electronics Research and Development positions in aerospace, military aviation, and industrial engineering. In the U.S., he has worked for Columbia University, Avion, General Precision and Litton Industries. In Israel, he has worked for the Ministry of Defense, Weizmann Institute of Science, Tadiran Microelectronics and the Tel Aviv University biomedical engineering laboratory.
Dan has authored many patents and technical publications. He holds a BSEE degree from New York University and completed graduate bioengineering studies at Tel Aviv University.
Joel has been awarded 2 patents for his work in telecommunications services and software architecture. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science from Duke University and a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.