Chris Kopack received his BS in Busines Adminstration from Cal Poly Institute, San Luis Obispo, CA in 2010 and in 2012, started Parts Oven, a 3D printing/prototyping service bureau based out of Paso Robles, CA. He is certified Stratasys 3D print operator and focuses primarily on professional FDM, but also offers SLA. His services include 3D Printing, 3d CAD / drafting using Solid Works and supports the local community co-hosting the local Central Coast 3D user group as well supporting the efforts of 'E-nabling The Future.' A worldwide non-profit organization, who's 1700 members are owners of 3D printers who provide free to low cost prosthetics to children and the less fortunate.
Dr. Dan Copp earned his Bachelor’s degree from University of Oregon and attended the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry to earn his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. While completing his undergraduate studies, he was awarded with an Endocrine Society research fellowship for his research with Oregon Health Sciences University. As a dental student, he was a Piere Fauchard Academy scholar, was elected representative to the American Dental Education Association and helped organize National Dental Student Lobby Day in Washington, D.C. He has completed extensive continuing education on dental occlusion, dental esthetics and cosmetic dentistry as well as complex restorative dentistry, temporomandibular joint dysfunction and dental sleep medicine (treatment for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea).
Dr. Jorge Vicente Lopes da Silva is a PhD in Chemical Engineering, MSc in Electrical Engineering and BSc in Electrical engineering. He created and coordinates, since 1996, the Three-dimensional Division at Renato Archer Information Technology Center - CTI. Under his supervision this division develops application and research projects with industry and universities in Brazil and abroad. He is member of many scientific committees and invited speaker of the most relevant conferences in the area of 3D printing.
Dr. Scott Klioze received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Poly Technical Institute in 1987, and then crossed streams and received his medical degree from Eastern Virginia medical school in 1992. He completed his residency in Radiology in the state of Virginia 1996 and the state of Florida in 1999. He holds medical licenses in both the state of Florida and Virgina and is American board certified since 1999 in Radiology. He has developed software for medical digital image presentation, laser thermal control systems, microsurgical digitizing program for measurement of axonal cross-sections. As well as authoring several papers and the series "The Future of MRI" He also hosts a YouTube channel "Doctor Klioze" where he produced several informative videos on medical scanning and the vascular system.
Aaron Oliker is a cofounder and Chief Innovation Officer at BioDigital, Inc. He is an entrepreneur, 3D animator and programmer, working in the field of medical visualization and simulation for the past 14 years. Aaron's work has helped pioneer a new paradigm in the field of medical and surgical education with the BioDigital Human platform - www.biodigital.com.