To judge the merits of the IoT on Wheels applications and final project builds, element14 asked the help of a panel of experts who agreed to be the judges of the Challenge.
So, without further ado, element14 is pleased to introduce our panel of judges:
Martin Hubik - Application Support Engineer
Martin Hubik is an application support engineer at STMicroelectronics. He received his M.Sc. in engineering at CTU in Prague before joining STM in 2016. His daily job is to provide expertise in microcontrollers to customers. His area of interest is low power MCUs and digital signal processing. Apart from his passion with electronics and programming, he also enjoys swimming and windsurfing.
Vladimir Janousek - Analog and Sensor Applications Manager
Vladimir Janousek is an analog and sensor applications manager at the STMicroelectronics office in Prague.
Dr. Radmehr Monfared - Loughborough University's Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electronic, and Manufacturing Engineering
Academics from Loughborough University's Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electronic, and Manufacturing Engineering (led by Dr. Radmehr Monfared) will participate in the judging of the contest (specifically, code, videos, blogs) to determine the winner.
Dr. Jenny Harding - Loughborough University's Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electronic, and Manufacturing Engineering
As professor of Intelligent Manufacturing Knowledge Systems, she is also the Director of Academic Staffing, Research Theme Leader, Sports Technology and Design Systems at Loughborough University.
Rachael Peterson - element14 Top Member Judge
As a Top Member in the element14 community, Rachael will provide her services as a judge and technical expert.
Thank you to Martin Hubik and Vladimir Janousek from STMicroelectronics, Dr. Radmehr Monfared of Loughborough University and Top Member Rachael Peterson for offering their time and services as judges, as well as being on hand to respond to questions during the Challenge. The element14 community team with help oversee the judges and challengers during the design challenge process.
For any general questions about the Challenge, you can post a 'comment' on the About This Challenge page. Your fellow Challengers or anyone following the challenge are likely to respond.
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