Dr. Slezsák István graduated in electrical engineering from BME. As scientific researcher for BME Department of General and Analytical Chemistry his area of research included bioanalytics. He also worked for ELTE Department of Comparative Physiology on bioengineering, measurement of physiological parameters, psychophysical measurement techniques. For the ELTE Department of Ethology he worked on telemetry of physiological parameters.
His industrial experiences include constructing medical devices (e.g. bicycle ergometer) for Medicor Művek. At Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. he gained experience as a top manager with tenders and also managing self-funded projects. He is the developer of the ISAX (Integrated System for Ambulatory Cardio-respiratory data acquisition and Spectral analysis) device.
Kiss Balázs Péter graduated in electrical engineering from BME Department of Electronics Technology. His main areas of research and development are hardware design for embedded systems and bioengineering.
Kiss Dóra is an electrical engineer, who graduated from BME Department of Automation and Applied Informatics. Her main area of expertise is in industrial process control.
Mekler Csaba is a metallurgical engineer, who graduated from University of Miskolc Faculty of Materials Science. At Nanotechnology Institute of Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. he gained experience, then in high-temperature technologies, material testing, tender and industrial project management, work safety and laboratory management at Bay Zoltán Applied Research Nonprofit Kft.
Juhász Koppány Levente graduated in materials- and metallurgical engineering from the University of Miskolc. He obtained his doctoral pre-degree certificate and gained experience in nanotechnology and applied chemistry at the University of Szeged. His main area of expertise are material testing, electronmicroscopy, spectroscopic analysis, and solid modeling of prototypes and devices.
Csöme Csilla graduated in applied physics at the Budapest University of Technology. Her main areas of expertise are nuclear measurement techniques, nuclear security, and laboratory testing of radiation detectors.
Tóth Csaba graduated in physics at the BME. He gained experience in software development, informatics solutions and embedded systems during his research and laboratory work in the field of nuclear measurement techniques.