Ohad Ohad BarSimanTov Ph.D.
Received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in May 2014 from Binghamton University. Over the last three years, Ohad has been committed to develop the wearable cardiac output monitoring technology as his dissertation research under his mentor Ken McLeod in the Clinical Science and Engineering Research Center (CSERC) at Binghamton University. His committee included experts in Digital Signal Processing, Data mining, and hardware design, allowing him to take the idea of non-invasive, continuous cardiac output monitoring from a concept to a working prototype.
Sergey Sergey Shteyn
Sergey obtained B.S. in Computer Science from Binghamton University in 2006 and currently works at Apple as a Software Engineer. He has more than 10 years of software development experience working with technologies such as Microsoft, Java, Nodejs and embedded devices at Universal Instruments,, SterlingTech Software, and more. His focus isĀ on developing the infrastructure and software on the web and smart devices.
Rotem Rotem Ishay
Rotem is known for dominating the Israeli cycling scene by winning nine times the Israeli national championship and other international and U.S. competitions. He obtained a B.A. from Fort Lewis College in Exercise Science and currently serves as the Director, Head Technician and Exercise Specialist at Durango Sport Performance Center. Rotem knows the U.S. cycling market very well and has the connections and necessary knowledge to take the InfraSonic device to market.