Daniel Lottis currently serves as Past Chair of the IEEE SIGHT Steering Committee, as well as Treasurer for the SCV SSIT chapter. He previously served on HAC’s precursor ad hoc HAHC, as well as being a founder and the first Chair of the SCV SIGHT committee. Daniel’s involvement with IEEE Humanitarian Technology Activities began in 2013, when he joined the organizing committee for the 2013 GHTC (San Jose). Daniel continued serving the Global Humanitarian Technology Conference in 2014, again identifying and recruiting invited speakers for both plenary and break-out sessions. He was employed as a Principal Engineer at Western Digital Technologies from 2013 to 2019. Daniel is currently active at CLSE Consulting. Daniel earned a PhD in Physics at the University of Minnesota, preceded by a Bachelor’s degree in Physics at the Federal University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil. He is author or co-author of two patents, dozens of papers in peer-reviewed journals, and has delivered 5 webinars spanning a range of topics to audiences in 4 countries since the start of the 2020 pandemic.