We are fortunate to have a board of advisors consisting of the following luminaries.
- Dr. Sylwia Hyniewska is an affective scientist and postdoctoral researcher at the Bioimaging Research Center in Warsaw (Poland). Head of our Board of Advisors.
- Dr Michael Arsenault is Emergency Room pediatrician at (and former head of) CHU St-Justine, one of North America’s largest emergency pediatric hospital units. He is also Adjunct Clinical Professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the Université de Montréal. He helps us ensure that the tools we devise for learners are useful for health science professionals.
- Dr. Sheryl Guloy is a founding member of the Somnolence+ Initiative. She is a learning scientist with expertise in virtual learning environments, organizational learning, and performance. She consults on research, knowledge translation, and business development. (Québec)
- Dr. Dean Petters is an honorary research fellow School of Computer Science of the University of Birmingham, and Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology at Birmingham City University. Dr. Petters specializes in affective (emotional) AI. He and Luc Beaudoin recently co-authored a paper on AI models of attachment.
- Dr. Seanna Takacs is a behavioral scientist and instructional researcher with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (Metro-Vancouver).
- Lam Wong: Artist and Graphic Designer. Lam Wong brings a very deep understanding of the human mind from Eastern traditions. His insights help shape not only our presentation but our content. (Luc’s blog post about Lam’s creation of the mySleepButton icon. And a post about his 21 Elements exhibition: Relation, Perception and Meaning).
- Diana Cruchley: author and educator whose books and workshops have touched tens (maybe hundreds?) of thousands of people.
We would also like to acknowledge
- everyone who provided feedback to the book that established the framework for CogZest, namely Cognitive Productivity: Using Knowledge to Become Profoundly Effective. They are mentioned in the acknowledgements section of that book.
- other researchers with whom Beaudoin is collaborating (and has collaborated) on various projects on which CogZest draws, and to which it contributes. See Beaudoin’s publications page at SFU for more information.