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Yan Xie, Ph.D: electrical engineering at Case Western Reserve University.Post-doctoral researcher at University of Utah. Carlos H. Mastrangelo, Ph.D: electrical engineering and computer science at University of California, Berkeley. USTAR Professor of Electrical Engineering and Bioengineering at University of Utah, Salt Lake City.