Professor Igor Peshko is currently with Wilfrid Laurier University, Department of Physics and Computer Science, Waterloo, Canada. During his career he worked in Universities, National Labs, Government Agencies, and private companies in Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Canada, and USA. His priorities were in lasers physics, applied optics, and sensor areas. He is currently working on general concepts, hardware, and data processing algorithms of multifunctional scientific instruments. Among them: 1) instruments for extra-terrestrial research; 2) chemical identifiers; 3) field-labs for environmental contamination monitoring and for exploration of oil and gas sites; 4) medical devices for pathologies identification; and 5) mobile and stationary sensory robotic terminals for operating within security networks at high-risk zones. He has authored and co-authored more than 120 publications.