Gui is a second-year student in the Stony Brook University Technology and Policy Innovation Ph.D. Program. Prior to that, he obtained a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University at Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil, an MBA from the University of Michigan and an M.S. in Computational Statistics from the California State University, East Bay. Before returning to school, Gui spent 15 years working in the telecommunications and tech industry.
I am a part time student, outside of school I work with radiation detection technologies for security, health physics and healthcare. I am interested in nuclear safety and safeguards with a focus on policy for new and emerging technologies. I hope to learn more about how commercial products including IoT, Machine Learning and AI can play a role in nuclear non-proliferation and the impact it has on societal views of nuclear energy.
Firman Manda Firmansyah
I study the intersection of digital technology and human behavior utilizing computational social science approach. In my dissertation, I examine why diverse people hardly get along causing segregation and polarization in society.
Daniene studies the design of automated driving systems. Her research at the intersection of technology and regulatory policy evaluates stakeholder needs and their impact on policy design and technological outcomes. Read more about Daniene's work at https://danienebyrne.wordpress.com
Nataliia’s research interests include applications of Technologies and Innovations in Education, Distance Learning, and Professional Development.
Jonathan is working on research intended to make engineering concepts easier to understand for today’s visual-based students. He is most interested in how video games can be turned into tools for learning and assessment.
Sagarika is a first-year doctoral student in the department of Technology and Society, Stony Brook University. She intends to study the problem of solid waste generation intertiary sector industries such as transportation, hospitality, or tourism with the attempt tofind possible solutions such as promoting positive changes in behavioral patterns ofconsumers.
Lori Clark's research includes development of landfill gas models, quantification of landfill methane climate impact, and development of sulfur reducing technology using renewable materials. She is affiliated with IGIT (Institute of Gas Innovation and Technology) and conducts research on renewable natural gas development from waste sources.
Ph.D. Students not pictured above:
- Matthew Johnston
- Mark Meigher
- Yiyi Wang
- Ahmed Belazi
- Michael DePhillips
- Hodan Hassan
- Ana Topolovec