Our TEAM

Location

The design, research, and construction of all things QCLI takes place in Beamish-Munro Hall; a building in the Queen's Integrated Learning Center. This location provides the resources to modify prototypes and utilize advanced engineering software.

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Ali Etemad

Ali Etemad is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s University, Canada, where he leads the Ambient Intelligence and Interactive Machines (Aiim) lab.  His main area of research is machine learning and deep learning focused on human-centered applications with wearables, smart devices, and smart environments. He has co-authored over 100 articles and patents published/granted or under review. 

Team

Wyllie Schenkman

Director of Systems Design

Applied Mathematics Engineering

Eva Blainey

BCI Design

Computer Engineering

Brynna Foley

Neurotechnology Research

Electrical Engineering

Michael Paul-Sullivan

Neurotechnology Research

Biochemical Engineering

Michael Barrack

BCI Design

Applied Mathematics Engineering

Judah Cooper

President

Biomechanical Engineering

Benjamin Booker

Neurotechnology Research

Biochemical Engineering

Daniel David

BCI Design

Applied Mathematics Engineering

Bridget Doyle

Neurotechnology Research

Biochemical Engineering

Ayaz Vural

BCI Design

Cognitive Computing

Ethan Blumberg

Director of Finance

Commerce

Chelsea Haddy

Neurotechnology Research

Biomechanical Engineering

Matthew Rezkalla

BCI Design

Artificial Intelligence

Quinn Spence

BCI Design

Engineering Chemistry

Mark Benhamu

BCI Design

Applied Mathematics Engineering

Daniel Harrington

BCI Design

Applied Mathematics Engineering

Join Us

Send us your resume and cover letter and we will get back to you as soon as possible if we feel you are a good fit

Queen's Cerebral Language Innovation is a team of creative and open-minded students passionate about understanding the world around us. The work environment promotes risky ideas, critical thinking, and out of the box creativity. If you feel that you have wild ideas about the way the human mind works we want you to be a part of the team!