Ron Liebermann, Ph.D. is the president and chief executive officer
of Signtel, Inc., a company dedicated to the development of assistive devices and technologies for the deaf, hard of hearing,
deaf-blind, visually impaired and deaf/low vision as well as facilitating communication between these groups and the hearing.
In addition to his leadership and business management roles, Dr. Liebermann is chief of technology and leads the high technology
team in developing usages of artificial intelligence in complex lexical analysis and image recognition technologies.
Dr. Liebermann is a physicist and computer scientist with expertise in both
computer hardware and software and its applications in telecommunications.
He is one of the innovators in Internet
technology and infrastructure. His new technology that uses the Internet as a vehicle for providing service in merging personal
communication and financial transactions, has already won acclaims from major telecommunications carriers.
Previously professor of physics at the Federal University in Recife, Brazil
and then at Yale University, where he was engaged in applied research, Dr. Liebermann was also the director of the Laboratory
for Advanced Studies in New Haven, CT. He has done work in computer architecture and design, complex data-base architecture
and design, quantum mechanics, solid state, high energy and plasma physics.
Dr. Liebermann also has international business development experience. He
has worked in the international shipping and finance industries, in multinational large-scale real estate development, and
has successfully arranged strategic alliances with companies in the United States, Israel, Italy and Hong Kong.
Dr. Liebermann holds a Doctorate in physics from the University of Oxford
at Magdalen College. He is published in numerous scientific journals, including Journal of Computational Physics and the Computers
and Mathematics with Applications: An International Journal. He is the recipient of the Dante Aleghieri Award from the Italian
government; the Unidel Excellence in Teaching Award; the CERN studentship (Geneva, Switzerland); a DuPont Research Fellowship;
a NASA research fellowship for work on the Hubble Telescope; and the U.S. Army Luminescence Centers Research Fellowship, among