George Hathaway, P.E. graduated from the Dep’t of Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto in 1974 and is a Registered Professional Engineer. As founder and principal of HRI, he is responsible for scientific and engineering “hands-on” project management from concept to completion and is the chief designer with final oversight and accountability whilst managing and directing multiple projects simultaneously. He is a consultant on novel and exotic materials, energy production and propulsion concepts and is expert on experimental design, analysis, testing and technical drawing and report writing. George is also a machinist with considerable experience in all cutting, turning, milling, joining and fabrication operations and is an expert on scientific and engineering measurements and their misuse. He is also a reviewer for several scientific publications and author of the book “Mindbending: The Hutchison Files”.
Dr. Jim Segala has over 30 years of experience in the scientific and engineering fields designing and building complex experimental systems. Dr. Segala holds advanced degrees in both Mechanical Engineering and Physics which allows him to engage in a wide range of areas where he can utilize his expertise. One particular area of interest is the computational analysis of complex systems in order to achieve optimal designs. Dr. Segala has performed computational chemistry, biology, electrodynamic, and mechanical system analysis. When standard analysis tools are not available, Dr. Segala develops custom applications using C++, Python, MATLAB, and other popular software development platforms. Dr. Segala also has expertise in the design, programming, and construction of embedded control system used in experimental and industrial applications. He has experience with the 8051, PIC, Propeller, Arduino, Raspberry Pi to name a few. In addition, he has developed computational and control software on the Linux and Windows platforms.
Dr. Cao earned his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, in 2008. Prior to that he earned his B.Sc. and M.Sc. from the Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 2000 and 2003 respectively. Dr. Cao’s research activities include synthesis and characterization of metals, ceramics, and polymers. He has worked extensively on ferrites, piezoelectric material, and polymer matrix nanocomposites. He also maintains and operates the analytical instruments in the HRI lab such as XRD, SEM, TEM, Raman Spectrometer, Mass Spectrometer, Thermogravimetric Analyzer etc. Recent projects include electrophoretic deposition of iron oxide-polymer nanocomposite thin films, high permeability, low-loss ferrimagnetic ferrites for ultra-broad band (100 MHz- 1 GHz) applications, synthesis and characterization of Lead-Magnesium Niobate (PMN) ceramics, feasibility study of Titanium extraction from ilmenite and rutile sand by molten salt electrolysis, glass encapsulation and HIP synthesis of advanced ceramics and desalination
A graduate of Mohawk College of Applied Technology (1981-1984), Joe is a self-motivated professional with 30 plus years of experience in engineering and management, research and development, test and problem-solving whose forte is in design, build and test of power electronics and test systems. Joe has engineered and managed various projects including the design of the power supplies which support the aircraft and radar systems aboard the CN77 aircraft carrier and the first test platform for the F35 fighter. He has managed a group of engineers and designed customer products based on customer requirements while adhering to various specifications such a CSA, UL, CE, SEMI S2 and military specs. Joe has worked internationally supporting and setting up test bays in Burlington Ontario, Shenzhen China and Freemont California. He wrote the test procedures and reports, designed the test equipment and layout of the test facilities.
Dan earned his B.A. Physics, U.C. Berkeley 1983 and Graduate work at Stanford University including Theoretical Mechanics, Continuum Mechanics, Non-Linear Mechanics, Electromagnetic Theory and Classical Electrodynamics. Currently he is a graduate student, Mathematics, Oregon State University. Dan held the position of Engineering Physicist, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center 1983-1998 and has been Engineering Physicist in charge of the AGNUE (Anti-Gravity by NUclear Entropy) experiment at Hathaway Research International from 1989 to the present.
Graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design University, Caryl has worked for HRI for close to 30 years in a variety of positions including machine shop design, fabrication and assembly utilizing lathes, milling machines and precision grinders. He is well-versed in SEM operation and the necessary sputter coatings required. Caryl is in charge of general laboratory maintenance, materials procurement, inventory control and Human Resource management.
Fiza Javed completed her HBSc. degree in Biology for Health Sciences with double minors in Psychology and Chemistry at the University of Toronto in 2017. Fiza’s field of research interests broadly include neurobiology, neurobehavior and neurochemsitry.
Fiza has specifically conducted work in adult neurogenesis in naked-mole rats, cognition and brain injury. At Hathaway Research International she works in the biology research lab on study of neuronal growth and behaviour in a novel context.
Fiza’s research aspirations are to bring innovation to neuroscience and bridge gap between research and practice of medicine.