Human Fusions institute
Creating human-technology relationships for a thriving, just, and connected society
Dustin J. Tyler, Director
Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering
Kent H. Smith Professor II
For nearly 30 years, Dustin J. Tyler, PhD, has dedicated himself to translationally focused research in neural engineering. Tyler, the Kent H. Smith II Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Case School of Engineering, has been a faculty member at Case Western Reserve University for over 15 years and is known for his expertise in electrical engineering, artificial and biological neural systems, and biomedical engineering.
As director of the Human Fusions Institute, Tyler has recruited a culturally diverse, open, transdisciplinary community of researchers, thinkers, students, entrepreneurs and world leaders to lead the charge shaping the future of NeuroReality.
Pedram Mohseni, Ph.D.
HFi Sensors & Circuits
Department Chair, Department of Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering
Goodrich Professorship for Engineering Innovation
Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering
Creates next-generation, integrated instruments for neural engineering and point-of-care (POC) health diagnostics
Justin Piccorelli, Ph.D.
School of Politics, Public Affairs & Int'l Studies
Dr. Justin Piccorelli at the Univ of Wyoming is a trained phenomenologist who examines how we know, and what it means in practice. He studies technology policy, ethics, philosophy of science, and organizational theory. He has applied research projects in Artificial Intelligence, virtual co-presence, and learning, Virtual Reality and self-perception, and how humans experience the restored sensation of touch.
Michael Fu, Ph.D.
Human Interface and Virtual Reality
Timothy E. and Allison L. Schroeder Assistant Professorship in Computer and Data Sciences
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering
Develops video games and virtual environments to improve human health after neurological injury