Dmitry Yudovsky, PhD., President
Dr. Yudovsky founded DYSCI Inc. in 2007 and has completed projects both as an independent contributor and lead engineer for multiple clients and industries. He has worked as an integrated member of client teams, outside independent contributor, or manager of outsourced or internal resources.
As an R&D Consultant at Medtronic Mini-Med in Northridge, CA, Dr. Yudovsky developed and patented a low power, low cost 3-axis accelerometer and showed feasibility of using such a device in human activity monitoring and damaging impact detection simultaneously [Patent US20110105955]. Dr. Yudovsky extended his graduate research in hyperspectral imaging of skin wounds as a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Beckman Laser Institute at the University of California, Irvine. Additionally, he served as a Consultant for various medical devices companies in this and related medical fields. In addition to his work in the biomedical field, Dr. Yudovsky has worked in the mobile marketing analytics industry as a Senior Data Scientist at DexOne Inc. in Los Angeles, CA and a Data Science Consultant for various big data applications.
He received his PhD. from the University of California, Los Angeles in Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis on biomedical image processing and diffuse light transfer through heterogeneous biological media. He also received his Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering at UCLA with an emphasis on System Dynamics and Controls. His undergraduate work was completed at the University of California, San Diego in Mechanical Engineering with a Minor in Mathematics. Dr. Yudovsky's research interests focused on hyperspectral imaging of diabetic wound healing and formation. He published 10+ journal and multiple conference papers in this field over his career. Additionally, he was a visiting scholar at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory where he researched precision machining and high pressure vessels.
YenChi Chang, PhD., Senior Algorithm Engineer
Dr. Chang has experience in model predictive control, feedback control, automation, constrained optimization, vehicle dynamics, and image processing. He has extensive experience with Matlab, Simulink, Labview Realtime, Adams, and SolidWorks. He also has experience with microcontroller programming and circuit board design.
He gained hardware design and integration experience with HTC Corporation where he lead a phone structure design and production quality evaluations. Dr. Chang lead the control engineer effort for the Scalable and Integrated Nano Manufacturing (SINAM) project, a joint project between UCLA, UC Berkeley, and UNCC. This project aimed to develops nano-scale laser patterning technology.
As a member of the Mechatronics and Controls Laboratory at the University of California, Los Angeles, he collaborated with the Crump Institute on developing an automated preclinical injection robot. This collaborative project has won the 2011 Business of Science Center's Venture Team Competition and gained commercial attention from medical companies.
He completed undergraduate study in National Taiwan University. He received his MS and PhD. in Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis in System Dynamics and Controls from the University of California, Los Angeles. His professional and academic work has resulted in 10+ journal and conference papers, and multiple awards. Additionally, Dr. Chang holds 1 patent in Taiwan (M325964) and a US patent (WO 2013/049228A1).