Philip Michael Zeman holds an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from the University of Victoria with the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Psychology, and Biology. This background combined with some San Francisco Bay Area product design know-how has provided him with the tools to merge Engineering Statistics, Data Science, Brain and Mental Health into a single new discipline of Big Data Brain Science. His latest projects include a multi-processor Internet-based computing platform for processing vast amounts of brain data using new data processing methods, the creation of new brain data artifact marking and removal technology, and automation of brain data processing between multiple clinical sites. Zeman holds research collaborations in multiple countries including Denmark, Canada, Brazil, and the United States. His efforts are publically supported by many members of the community including the Director of the Montana Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (Matt Kuntz), the Senior director of the Allen Institute for Brain Science (Lance Stewart), and the Director of the Information Security & Privacy Research (nSPiRe) Laboratory (Stephen Neville), among others. He has given presentations for medical and research audiences in addition to community talks invited by Rotary and has been invited to contribute to the Rotarian magazine. He has inspired the volunteer efforts of many who have come to support his efforts. His objective is to bring promising university brain health research to the commercial market so that the people who need it most can access it and use it to improve their lives.
Zeman is currently accepting speaking invitations so that he can continue to entertain and educate the public about what is possible with today's technology and to form collaborations to validate technologies on population-scale data and to make this technology publically accessible through Big Data technologies. To learn how to arrange a speaking engagement, visit the Speakwell Speakers Bureau website: