Mamadou is pursuing a Ph.D in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech. His areas of research include signal and image processing, machine learning, multimedia content management and retrieval, medical imaging. Mamadou is a member of the Liberia kiosk project and is interested in the role of ICTs in fostering socio-economic development.
Lyndsey Erwin is a graduate student at Georgia Tech's Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and editorial assistant of the journal Information Technologies and International Development. She has a background in journalism and most recently was an editor at a public health journal published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
John is currently working for Georgia Tech as the project director in Liberia. He has received both bachelor's and master's degrees in computer science from Georgia Tech. While studying for his master's, John traveled to Liberia to work on the website of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Thomas is a Ph.D student in the School of Interactive Computing. His background is in interface design and human computer interaction, and he has done ICT work in Ghana prior to beginning his Ph.D studies. Thomas is a member of the Liberia kiosk project team, and is interested in studying the role of ICTs in international development for his thesis research.
Daniel is pursuing a Master in Human Computer Interaction from Georgia Tech's College of Computing. He has a background in Computer Science and experience in developing software applications for rural contexts. His research focuses on computer interfaces that facilitate interaction with complex systems in low literacy contexts. He has worked in the Liberia Kiosk project and is now studying the role of conversational agents in the aforementioned contexts.