Native of San Francisco and father of one, E.M. Burlingame has spent three decades as leader in the field of multivariate signal processing, as an electrical engineer with work emphasizing signal processing in telecommunications, media, financial services and algorithm trading. The past five years he has worked as computational scientist and engineer, with research and contributions in the fields of machine learning and AI related to algorithm trading and neuroscience. After founding two Silicon Valley tech startups, four years in China as an investment analyst, a year in Europe as an executive in the yacht industry, E.M. joined US Army Special Forces at age forty-two. After six years of service in Central, South and Southeast Asia, and having completed his undergraduate degree in Strategic Studies and Defense Analysis at Norwich University with honors. E.M. left the active duty military to pursue doctoral studies in Computational Science and Engineering at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He’s now a senior research fellow at the National Foundation for Integrative Medicine where he founded and leads the Jason Dawson and Stewart McGurk Brain Research Fellowship, a Next Generation Member of the Society for Design and Process Science, a Member of the International Electrical and Electronics Engineers and a lifetime member of the Golden Key International Honours Society.
His current research and work are in signal processing, machine learning and AI related to brain health and care, biological awareness, response and threat remediation and algorithm trading and financial services. E.M.’s most recent work, in partnership with Vector Law Enforcement Shields is acting as an advisor to designing and developing law enforcement Crisis Threat Diffusion training and testing methods devised from proven advances in modern neuroscience studies.