Philip J. Quigley

Philip J. Quigley, former Chairman and CEO of Pacific Telesis, joined the SRI Board in 1998. Quigley was named Chairman and CEO of Pacific Telesis in 1994 and following Pacific...


Philip von Guggenberg

Philip von Guggenberg, Ph.D., qualifies business leads, introduces commercial clients to SRI’s technologies and capabilities, and manages business and intellectual property issues in contract R&D and commercial license negotiations. He...


Phil J. Vahey

Phil Vahey, Ph.D., is director of Strategic Research and Innovation at SRI Education. In his research Vahey examines the design and use of technology-based systems that enhance the learning of...


Philip Muscarella

Philip Muscarella, Ph.D., has research interests in ocean modeling, data assimilation, and high frequency radar. Prior to joining SRI, Muscarella was an oceanographer at the United States Naval Research Laboratory...


Mark A. Petrie

...Bartlett. At the University of California, Davis he investigated multiple bonding involving main group elements with Prof. Philip Power. Petrie was a postdoctoral fellow at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. He then...


Melinda Gervasio

...on adaptive personalization. Gervasio has a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a B.S. in computer science from the University of the Philippines Diliman....

Article 2014

Polymer-Based Flexible Visuo-Haptic Display

We report a flexible visuo-haptic display that allows for interactive haptic feedback on the visual display. The visuo-haptic display is fabricated by integrating a dielectric elastomer (DE) based thin film...

Conference Paper 2013

Flexible Visuo-Haptic Display

Conference Paper 1992

Application of Artificial Intelligence to the DOD Directory

The Department of Defense (DoD) is planning for the implementation of a DoD Directory capability based on CCITT Recommendations X.500-X.521, which define the Data Communication Networks Directory. The functional and...


Banking automation: ERMA

SRI revolutionized banking with the inventions of ERMA (Electronic Recording Machine, Accounting) and magnetic ink character recognition (MICR). Together they replaced laborious manual recordkeeping with automatic processing of bank and...

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