Strives to be the global leader in creating human-technology relationships for a thriving, just, and connected world.
Building on 40+ years of neurotechnology success, we strive to achieve our vision through technological advances of direct neural connections between human sensorimotor systems, while building and promoting a culturally diverse, open, trans-disciplinary community of researchers, thinkers, students, entrepreneurs, and world leaders. We seek:
The Human Fusions Institute pursues a transdisciplinary approach to developing a symbiotic human-technology relationship that considers the totality of a flourishing, harmonious society. We create an environment that inspires every person to a self-actualized pursuit of their passion in harmony with the overall HFi mission. We believe that technology should
Dustin J. Tyler, Director, Ph.D., Kent H. Smith Professor of BME, CWRU
He received his B.S.E.E. from Michigan Technological University and Ph.D. from CWRU. He has been a faculty member at Case Western Reserve University for 15 years. With his background in electrical engineering, artificial and biological neural systems, and biomedical engineering, Dr. Tyler's work has been cited thousands of times and he has graduated 10 PhD students and 14 master’s students.
With more than 27 years of translationally-focused research in neural engineering, Dr. Tyler is an expert in directly communicating with the human nervous system. His research was the first in the world to implement sensory neural connections in long-term human subjects.
Pedram Mohseni, Ph.D. ECSE
Interim Department Co-Chair
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Kenneth Loparo, Ph.D. ECSE
Nord Professor of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Case School of Engineering
Nicholas Zingale, Ph.D.
Douglas Weber, Ph.D.
Jennifer Collinger, Ph.D.
Bolu Ajiboye, Ph.D.
Michael Fu, Ph.D.