Dr. Ceon Ramon’s Ph.D. thesis work was in lasers and quantum optics. After graduation, his research interests shifted to biomedical engineering; primarily focused on the electrical activity of the human heart and brain. Since 1990, his research efforts have been largely involved with neuroscience and neurodynamics. He is currently involved in computer modeling of the electrical activity of human brain under normal and diseased conditions and developing newer technologies for noninvasive electrical stimulation of the brain to treat epilepsy and stroke. Previously, he has held research and teaching positions at SUNY/Stony Brook, Seattle University and at the University of Washington. Presently, he is an Affiliate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington and a Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Reykjavik University, Iceland.
Memberships: Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Xi, Bioelectromagnetic Society (BEMS) 1981-98, Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), International Society of Bioelectric Topography (ISBET), URSI National Radio Science; Fellow of Institution of Electrical and Telecommunications Engineers (IETE). Member of NIH and NSF proposal review panels. Have also reviewed proposals for the U.S. Department of Energy.