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Expert Witness Code : 5361

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years experience in the dredging industry and is the founder\\owner of his own Dredging company.  His company provides services as hydraulic dredging contractors, builders of hydraulic dredges, builders of specialized dredging systems, dredging consultants, and handling fluid power design.  He has acted as a consultant on dredging, machinery design and fluid power ( hydraulic ) projects throughout the U.S., Canada, Grand Cayman, Puerto Rico, and for firms in Costa Rico, India, France and Belize.  He has also provided expert witness testimony in legal cases involving dredging operations and equipment; personal injury dredging matters; fluid power hydraulics; hydraulic system, design, operation and repair; rigging, marine, and construction; marine and construction equipment repair; machinery repair; and lubricant, selection, use and filtration. 




Expert Witness Code : 1403

Summary:

This Expert is a widely recognized semiconductor analyst, comes to Objective Analysis with over 30 years in the electronics industry including 14 years as an industry analyst for Dataquest (now Gartner) and Semico Research.  His background includes marketing and design positions at market-leading suppliers including Intel, National Semiconductor,and Infineon. 

A frequent presenter at trade shows, he is known for his widespread industry presence and volume of publication.  He has written hundreds of articles for trade journals, Dataquest, Semico, and other prior employers, and is frequently interviewed and quoted in the electronics trade press and other media.  He writes two Objective Analysis blogs and is an occasional contributor to blogs for EE Times and SNIA's Solid State Storage Initiative.

This Expert has performed rigorous technical analysis on the economics of memory manufacturing and sales, discrediting some widely held theories while unveiling other true motivators of market behavior. 




Expert Witness Code : 3636

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty years of telecommunications industry experience and is an expert on new and developing wireless and cellular standards. He has Patents pending in the areas of Enhanced 911, Location Services and nine other telephony systems. He has expertise in the North American ANSI-41 system, as well as GSM, and 3rd Generation systems.  He has a strong background in Telephony, Databases and Communications with past consulting or employment in Telephone Billing, 911 Systems, Cellular Systems, Data Systems, and Wiretap Systems. 

He is active in US and international development of ANSI-41, GSM, All-IP (3G Standards), Inter-standard Roaming, FCC and US Government mandated features and requirements, also call control via ANSI-41 and SIP and FCC and US Government mandated features and requirements.  He has significant hands-on technical experience in all areas and currently developing databases and third generation system.  He is proficient in several programming languages as well as HTML and JavaScript. He has experience in evaluating the RF (Radio Frequency) plan, including the coverage, cell, tower and sector location consideration. 




Expert Witness Code : 8758

Summary:

This expert has over 30 years in all aspects of the research, development, manufacture, biocompatibility testing and FDA approval of disposable medical devices; 9 years in cosmetic cream technology development; 29 years in development of polymer coating and adhesive systems and hydrophilic polymer coatings/systems and solutions; 16 years in development and application of antiseptic and antimicrobial systems for medical devices and OTC health care.




Expert Witness Code : 2658

Summary:

This expert witness has over 20 years of electronics engineering experience that includes micro controller and embedded software design, consumer product design, system software, industrial controller and driver software design and hardware test and qualification, including software testing.




Expert Witness Code : 0624

Summary:

This Ph.D is a senior engineer in a highly innovative high technology company.  He has a wide-ranging set of skills, with special expertise in storage systems, filesystems, network protocols, software development processes, operating systems, UI / GUI development and standards.  He also has a background with databases and business applications.




Expert Witness Code : 2323

Summary:

This expert witness has extensive experience in microprocessor-based systems and signal processing with an emphasis on medical device electronic systems.  He has directed technical teams through entire product cycle, from research to manufacturing.  He has served as an expert in product liability, trade secret matters, and in cases involving medical instruments, communication systems, and audio measurement and analysis.  Experience includes trial testimony for plaintiffs and defendants in medical instrument, sensors, and RF patent cases, including a landmark patent case concerning obviousness, and trial testimony related to criminal earwitness.  

He has been a primary contributor in embedded systems development, measurement and control.  He is familiar with manufacturing environments, including document control, GMPs, and ISO9000.




Expert Witness Code : 2042

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 25 years of experience as a researcher, R&D manager, and independent consultant in the telecommunications industry, converting several research ideas into commercial products. His contributions have been in the areas of algorithms, architectures, technologies and protocols for high-speed routers, ATM switches, IP networks, Internet security and tactical networks. He has been recognized as IEEE Fellow and Bell Labs Fellow for his contributions to Internet infrastructure technologies.




Expert Witness Code : 2494

Summary:

This expert witness has over 40 years of experience with storage devices, embedded software systems for industry and consumer products, systems, including Flash Memory ( Solid State Disks, memory cards, flash drives ), Optical Storage (CD, DVD, WORM, Magneto-Optical), Magnetic Storage (Hard Disk, Floppy Disk, Tape), RAID/Disk Arrays and jukeboxes; USB, SCSI, iSCSI, IDE / ATA / ATAPI / SATA, Fibre Channel, PCMCIA, game programming, home appliances and telecommunications.   He has written and designed device drivers, software and firmware for Windows, Linux, VxWorks, QNX and other embedded real-time operating systems ( RTOSs ). He has been a software developer, project lead, seminar presenter and technical writer.  He is experienced with various programming languages, including C, C++, Delphi, C# and assembly. He has been an expert witness and expert consultant in over 40 engagements involving patent, trade secret, copyright, class action and contractual disputes, patent portfolio reviews including file systems, game programming, home appliance, telecommunications and television control software.  These have drawn on over 30 years of experience in the software storage industry and over 40 years of experience as a computer engineer, and have involved technology in the consumer products, telecommunications and storage industries.  He has written expert reports, been deposed, and has provided courtroom testimony at trial.  His engagements have involved source code analysis and comparisons, object code disassembly, benchmarking, and computer media duplication, as well as forensic analysis on data storage devices and file systems using tools including EnCase, FTK and DiskJocky




Expert Witness Code : 9688

Summary:

This Expert Witness has a unique capability of combined Business and Technical expertise with over 23 years of experience in Consumer Telecommunications (OEM/Carriers).  He is the author of two patents and over 12 publications for International Conferences and Magazines.  He is a presenter at International Conferences, Symposiums, and instructed IEEE training seminars.  




Expert Witness Code : 5160

Summary:

This expert has made technical and business contributions since 1987 in the areas ofmedical devices, imaging, signal processing, consumer electronics, clean-tech,biometric security, and electrical power delivery.  He has worked for industry leaders such as GEand Siemens, as well as several start-ups. He taught electrical engineering at the University of Illinois, and hasbeen consulting for clients in the US and Asia since 2012.

With22 US patents issued and several pending, he frequently provides IPdevelopment and analysis to corporate management and law firms.  Several years of experience on the PatentCommittee of a large business has proved helpful in advising on IP strategy andlicensing deals.

His engineering experience includes medical device development,and regulatory work preparing FDA CDRH submissions.




Expert Witness Code : 9834

Summary:

This expert witness is a highly skilled, court-qualified data forensics expert, licensed attorney, and software engineer with management experience. He has over 25 years in research and industry with a broad range of computer systems and programming languages.  He has court-room practice in both criminal and civil litigation. He also has leadership experience supervising personnel and budgets.  This expert is an elected public official.




Expert Witness Code : 1902

Summary:

After receiving his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1988, he joined AT&T Bell Laboratories in the Network Research Department where he pursued research on wireless communications, mobility management, fast protocols, optical networks, and optical switching. From September 1994 until July 1995, he worked for the AT&T Wireless Center of Excellence, investigating various aspects of wireless and mobile networking, concentrating on TCP/IP networks.  Since, August 1995, this Ph.D. has been a member of the faculty of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University, where he is now a Full Professor.

His research interests concentrate on two fields: Wireless Communications and Mobile Systems. In the Wireless Communications field, he is interested in studying micro-cellular systems design with applicability to future wireless ATM-based networks. In particular, optimal handoff procedures, optimal power-control algorithms, and optimization of system capacity are my primary targets. In the Mobile Systems field, he is interested in investigating the effects of mobility on protocol design and on the optimal distribution of processing in distributed systems.

This Ph.D. is an author of numerous technical papers and holds 18 patents.  He has organized and chaired workshops and conferences in the communications and networking areas, delivered numerous tutorials at major IEEE and ACM conferences, and has served as editor of many journals and magazines. 




Expert Witness Code : 9359

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of experience both as an industry practitioner and independent consultant.  His technology focus has been on Corrosion reliability, materials science issues, metallurgy development, and fabrication and testing of Disk Drive components.  He is an experienced Expert Witness in intellectual property and computer forensic issues. 




Expert Witness Code : 7630

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an experienced Biomedical and Mechanical Engineer who specializes in expert witness testimony related to Accident Reconstruction, Injury Causation/Biomechanics, and Product Liability.  She has significant expertise and experience in the application of the laws of physics and tools of engineering to address technical aspects of cases under litigation.

She also has significant expertise and experience reviewing medical devices and served as: lead medical device reviewer within the Interventional Cardiology Devices Branch in the Office of Device Evaluation (ODE) for cardiovascular medical devices; and, as Primary FDA Liaison to ASTM F04.30.06 Interventional Cardiology Task Group and as Task Group Co-Chair during 2005 - 2006.




Expert Witness Code : 7479

Summary:

This expert witness has twenty-six years of experience within law enforcement, non-profit management, academia and business.  He is an experienced instructor of criminal justice and public administration subjects.  He is a prolific author on criminal justice subjects with a focus on technology and terrorism.  His textbook on police technology is widely used in universities and colleges throughout the country.  He is a sought after speaker and subject matter expert. As a consultant he has worked with major universities, non-profit organizations, the Department of Homeland Security and several small to medium size businesses.




Expert Witness Code : 2276

Summary:

This Ph.D. has made technical and business contributions since 1987 in the areas of medical devices, imaging, signal processing, consumer electronics, clean-tech, biometric security, and electrical power delivery.  He has worked for industry leaders such as GE and Siemens, as well as several start-ups. He taught electrical engineering at the University of Illinois, and has been consulting for clients in the US and Asia since 2012.

With 22 US patents issued and several pending, he frequently provides IP development and analysis to corporate management and law firms.  Several years of experience on the Patent Committee of a large business has proved helpful in advising on IP strategy and licensing deals.

His engineering experience includes medical device development, and regulatory work preparing FDA CDRH submissions.




Expert Witness Code : 2898

Summary:

This expert witness is a nationally known and respected engineer and construction project manager, who has personally supervised over $1,400,000,000 of major construction projects over the past thirty-five years. His most notable projects include the San Diego Convention Center, Los Angeles Central Library, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Expansion for the 1984 Olympics, Washington DC Subway System (WMATA), Raddison Flagship Hotel for the West Coast in Manhattan Beach, CA, Armed Forces Medical University in Bethesda, MD, and Walter Reed Army Hospital Barracks.

For most of his career he has served as the "man in charge" of overall project budgets, CPM schedules, subcontractor supervision and claims and change order resolution. In over past thirty years, He has pursued, evaluated and successfully settled over $175,000,000 in construction claims and change orders, offering a unique depth of experience in construction claims and dispute resolution.




Expert Witness Code : 1900

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years of experience in telecommunications and computer telephony with extensive experience in engineering, product development, marketing, sales and operations in start-ups and large companies.  He has founded three start-up companies in Silicon Valley and led each of the companies from VC fund raising to successfully bringing the product concepts to market through technology innovations.  He is well versed in new technologies and has hands-on development experience particularly in the fields of telecommunications, computer telephony and Internet.

Before joining his present company where he currently serves as the President and COO, he founded another company which is a leading provider of hosted unified and multimedia messaging solutions for service providers and enterprises worldwide.  He spearheaded the development of the Single Message Store technology first adopted on the Sun Microsystems platform and led the company to the closure of multi-million dollar deals with major service providers worldwide.

He holds patents in the field of telecommunications and has been engaged as a testifying and background expert in matters involving patent litigation. 




Expert Witness Code : 6208

Summary:

This expert witness has over 25 years experience in high-technology engineering, software development, consulting and management.  His expertise spans software, data storage, and systems.  He has excellent communication and public presentation skills, and he is a seasoned technical instructor, having personally taught over two thousand technical professionals worldwide.




Expert Witness Code : 8372

Summary:

This Ph.D. has broad experience in the integrated circuit industry ranging from developing semiconductor processes to serving as general manager of the US operations of a start-up IC memory company.  In recent years he has concentrated on consulting in the field of improving manufacturing operations in the IC industry and in the utilization of foundries by fabless companies.

His initial work in the semiconductor industry was developing specific processes for fabricating integrated circuits; later he supervised teams that developed many individual processes that were integrated together in a coherent manufacturing flow.  He also worked in wafer fabrication factories as an engineering manager and manufacturing manager, with the eventual responsibility of constructing and running the factories.  He has been responsible for product development and for quality and overall product manufacturing operations. 




Expert Witness Code : 4415

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of research, academic, industry, and consulting engineering experience in the fields of microelectronics and integrated circuit fabrication.  His research involves semiconductor patterning and microlithography (optical, DUV, electron beam, and EUV), materials and processes (dielectrics, metals, silicon, IR, and wide-band gap materials), thin films and deposition (sputtering, PVD, and CVD), LCD processing, UV lasers, photomasks, photoresist materials, etching (plasma, RIE, and wet etch),  wafer and substrate processing, HDD processing, and modelling & simulation.  He is a chaired professor of Microelectronic Engineering with 20 years of research and teaching experience.  His industry experience includes manufacturing as well as R&D and he has worked with companies in the US, Europe, and Asia.  He is a skilled technical consultant and expert witness with experience in intellectual property, patent litigation, patent re-examination, trial testimony (bench and jury), report writing, deposition, and International Trade Commission (ITC) cases.  He has been elected a Fellow of SPIE and is highly regarded in the engineering field and in academia.  This Ph.D. has over 100 publications including technical papers, articles, textbooks, and textbook chapters.  He holds over 20 patents and has licensed his technology both nationally and internationally.  He has taught microelectronic engineering graduate and undergraduate courses for 20 years and has developed and delivered over 50 industrial courses covering aspects of silicon processing and microlithography. 

He has expertise and is able to serve as an expert witness in semiconductor IC fabrication, microlithography, LCD and flat panel processing, materials and processes (dielectrics, metals, silicon, and wide band gap semiconductors), photomask design and fabrication, thin films and deposition (PVD and CVD), optical systems, HDD processes, photoresist materials and processing, plasma and dry etching, UV lasers and laser processing, patterned magnetic media, wafer and substrate cleaning, and metrology.




Expert Witness Code : 1227

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an experienced Biological Systems and Mechanical Engineer who specializes in expert witness testimony related to Accident Reconstruction, Injury Causation Biomechanics & Personal Injury, and Product & Premises Liability.  She has expertise and experience in the application of the laws of physics and tools of engineering to address technical aspects of cases under litigation.

This Ph.D. also has significant expertise and experience evaluating medical devices. Her doctoral dissertation was the design of an orthopedic medical device sensor that measures strain in the spine. In addition, she has experience specifically with patent research, including novelty and infringement.  She has patented several mechanical and biomedical devices.




Expert Witness Code : 7019

Summary:

This expert witness has nearly thirty years of management experience with comprehensive executive leadership background.  He is experienced in general management, eCommerce, marketing-sales and engineering, with a focus on market development for computer systems, eCommerce and Internet business solutions.  He is the founding member of a startup software company that designs and produces Internet security services for eCommerce applications.  Additionally, he was a founding member of an eCommerce security business unit for National Semiconductor Corporation; creator of first 32 bit mini-computer system and architecture.  He has extensive experience in analyzing and finding/brokering/defeating intellectual property for clients ( e.g., patents ), including extensive prior art studies in technology litigation.




Expert Witness Code : 2775

Summary:

Over the past 15 years this expert witness has held several senior management positions within the wireless industry, having global and P and L responsibilities, successfully developing and growing sales, marketing, and business development/strategy organizations, selling state-of-the-art core network solutions to major wireless carriers, as well as other equipment manufacturers around the world.  His primary responsibilities at these large wireless companies have included accountability for P and L, gross margin performance, budgeting, and forecasting.  He also was responsible for customizing proposals, implementing campaigns, and advancing company policies and objectives.




Expert Witness Code : 8949

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of experience with Las Vegas style video games, slot machines and lottery system electronic and software design experience.  He was instrumental in the hardware and software design of the first video gaming machines.  He has continued  for 16 years developing numerous innovative video games, gaming systems and new technologies.  He is experienced in electronic hardware and software aspects of gaming machines including software random number generation.  He has reviewed numerous gaming-related patents and provided technical assistance to patent attorneys."




Expert Witness Code : 4334

Summary:

This expert witness has extensive technical and management experience in building successful computer based systems and products from concept to delivery.

  • System Architecture, Design, Implementation and Integration
    Data Communications, Network Security, Wireless Internet Access and Protocols
  • WEB, Scientific, database, real time, and instrumentation control software
  • Embedded, Windows 2000/NT, Mac, UNIX, TCP/IP, 802.11, C, C++, PHP, HTML, Javascript, CGI, JAVA, PERL
  • Technology transfer and acquisition, strategic relationship management
    Expert witness, due diligence and technology advice




Expert Witness Code : 7239

Summary:

 This Ph.D has served as a Senior Optical Technology Manager and Optical System Engineer for companies such as 3M and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.  He has extensive experience in lens design and optical systems that employ advanced technology to achieve state-of-the-art performance, and has a broad background in optical principles and their practical application to real products and systems.  He has led multi-disciplinary technical organizations, managed intellectual property portfolios, and connected strategic business directions to specific programs to develop products.  He has been engaged by companies for his leadership abilities to work with small project teams and large technical organizations, integrating one-on-one coaching with small group teaching opportunities assisting individuals and team members with meeting project challenges.




Expert Witness Code : 4089

Summary:

This expert has over 25 years experience in engineering development of systems and components, with particular emphasis on optical transport systems and components.  He has 21 issued patents in a variety of fields and has sold 5 of those patents.  He has been responsible for all IP issues at four different companies. 




Expert Witness Code : 7099

Summary:

This expert witness is a digital development engineer with 21 years experience performing and directing the development of complex digital systems from system architecture to component level and semi-custom LSI implementation.




Expert Witness Code : 3282

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of academic and professional experience in speech and audio signal processing, speech and audio signal compression technology, standards for speech and audio compression, and software implementation on real-time platforms and in client/server architectures. He was a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Laboratories for 16 years, was founder of two start-ups: Audio Research Labs and Light speed Audio Labs, and is adjunct faculty at New York University. He has significant patent litigation expert witness experience,including analysis, report-writing, giving depositions and testifying at jury trial. He has published widely, including authoring one book, several book chapters and numerous journal and conference papers and also holds 23 patents.  This Expert is a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).




Expert Witness Code : 0255

Summary:

This expert witness is a multi-disciplinary engineer with formal education in electrical and mechanical engineering and over twenty five years of hands-on electronics, firmware, and software design and implementation experience. He has exemplary written and oral communication skills and is adept at explaining complex concepts to other engineers, company management or even lay persons. He has made significant contributions to the fields of embedded systems in general and portable life support systems, and smart batteries in particular. He has extensive knowledge about smartcards and their application in secure systems.

 




Expert Witness Code : 1484

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 45-years of industry and academic experience beginning in 1964 when he was employed with the IBM Corporation in Research and Advanced Development of Silicon Bipolar, CMOS and High Voltage Integrated Circuit processing, devices and circuit technologies.  In 1978, he joined the College of Engineering and Applied Science of a major University where he is currently Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.  At the University he developed the Graduate Program in Microelectronics, established the Microelectronics Laboratory and was the Founding Director of the Microelectronics Laboratory. He has held Visiting Professorships at Syracuse University, University of Chile, and the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

As a Senior Consultant with the United Nations Development Program, he assisted in establishing the research and technological direction of the Microelectronics Program.  He was also designated a Distinguished Fulbright Scholar at the University of Sao Paulo where he provided invited lectures, graduate course development and instruction, thesis and doctoral supervision, and assisted in establishing the research and technological directions of the Microelectronics Program and Laboratory.  Additionally, he has extensive practical experience at both the industrial and corporate levels in Microelectronics, having served as a technical and management consultant for several Microelectronic Companies.  He has published over 70 technical papers in journals and conferences.  His current area of research is the fabrication, materials, device physics, modeling and simulation, and circuit performance of SiGe nano-structure heterojunction bipolar transistors for high frequency applications.




Expert Witness Code : 8462

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty-five years of experience with embedded system design technologies and extensive experience with USB, Ethernet, Audio, Video and Servo hardware.  He is also an expert in hardware and software system design, integration, and testing. 

Other areas of expertise include: rapid prototyping, system debug and problem analysis; oscilloscopes, logic analyzers; and the reverse engineering of devices and protocols.  

 




Expert Witness Code : 0120

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty-five years of industry experience as an industry practitioner and independent consultant.  His company is focused on storage technology and the storage technology products that benefit enterprise data centers and the emerging small office and home office ( SOHO ) markets.  In addition to the recent publication of Storage Networks: The Complete Reference, his consulting practice includes storage consulting, technology assessment, and industry research and analysis.  He started his career with IBM working with 370 mainframe computers and storage configurations and subsequently became involved in advanced systems activities such as performance and tuning, capacity planning and I/O workload balancing.  This has provided the foundation for his leading edge research and analysis of storage technologies and markets.




Expert Witness Code : 6349

Summary:

This Ph.D. Professor in the ECE Department at a polytechnic institute where he performs research and teaches in the areas of navigation, communications and computer system design.  His research focuses on the development, test, and evaluation of systems for both civilian and military applications with a special emphasis on techniques focused on indoor, underground or otherwise GPS-deprived situations.  He has nearly thirty years of experience as an academic, an industry practitioner and independent consultant and has been involved with the development of embedded computers for guidance, communications and data processing systems for space borne and terrestrial applications.  He is an experienced expert witness with extensive patent experience, both as an inventor and legal consultant.




Expert Witness Code : 2724

Summary:

This Expert Witness has over 35 years of experience in electronics design, computer systems, communications systems, hardware, and software.  He worked on packet-switching networks, including the ARPAnet and early TCP/IP systems at BBN in the 1970's, custom Very-Large-Scale Integrated Circuits at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center in 1981, designed the production Xerox single-chip Optical Mouse, assisted later founder of Silicon Graphics, Inc. in testing his first Geometry Engine chips, and led the custom chip design efforts for the Apple Macintosh team in 1982 - 1983.  He also led Apple's efforts to support TCP/IP, and ran Apple's first internet commerce pilot program.  He was also Director of Technology at a very large computer company from 1996 - 1997.  At Xerox, he also led initial deployment and internal communications efforts related to Ethernet.  At Apple and at Netscape he was very active with standards efforts.  He studied packet voice in a graduate seminar at MIT, and has also worked on wired and wireless communications systems, including 802.11.  He combines a strong understanding of technology with an in-depth approach to business needs.




Expert Witness Code : 5298

Summary:

This expert witness is an experienced professional executive with demonstrated P&L responsibility, technology, Internet and software development experience, proven financial analysis capabilities, successful business development skills, and effective people development in high performance growth oriented environments.  He is experienced in for-profit and non-profit organizations.  He has economic development experience in creating jobs through technology commercialization programs with Florida, California and Washington.  He is the Founder of successful venture capital backed companies in Silicon Valley.

Winner regional Entrepreneur of the Year Award.  Lived and managed businesses in Europe, Middle East and South Africa.  Consultant for technology businesses in finance, business development, international sales and marketing, strategic management of technology and Innovation, litigation support expert witness including trial testimony for anti-trust, software development, and business management disputes.  Seminar instructor for the American Management Association in the areas of personnel management and competitive intelligence.




Expert Witness Code : 2648

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a senior electrical engineer with 20 years of industry experience.  He was named inventor on more than 100 issued patents, including many standards essential patents for 802.11/Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.  His technical skills encompass wireless network physical layer (PHY) design, systems engineering,communication theory, integrated circuit (IC) design, signal processing,RF/microwave systems, intellectual property, and standardization.  He has experience as an expert witness in patent litigation, successful product developments (802.11 WLAN chipsets and cellular base-station systems), research in new technologies (802.11n MIMO and 60 GHz), and leading standards bodies (IEEE 802.11, Bluetooth SIG, Wireless Gigabit Alliance).





Expert Witness Code : 6753

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 25 years of experience synthesizing, analyzing, and developing polymers.  She has worked with a variety of materials in academic, government, and industrial projects ranging from engineering polymers and adhesives to medical biopolymers and 3D printing.  She has taught chemistry at the college level and provided private seminars and hands on laboratory training to industrial groups focusing on polymers.

This Expert's additional skills include: forensic polymer analysis, polymer and product specification testing, quality control testing, polymer synthesis and processing and structure/property relationship determination.  

She has provided expert reports and been deposed in multiple patent infringement cases.




Expert Witness Code : 1773

Summary:

This Ph.D. is the J.A. Jones Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, a Philip Baugh Scholar, and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at a prominent U.S. University.  She has been at there for six years, and previously served for 14 years on the ECE faculty of the Georgia Institute of Technology, as the Pettit Chaired Professor of Optoelectronics.  At Georgia Tech, she was Research Director of the NSF ERC in Electronic Packaging Research, and a researcher in the Microelectronics Research Center and the Georgia Tech Broadband Institute.  She is the Executive Director of the Duke University Shared Materials Instrumentation Cleanroom and Characterization Shared Facility, and a researcher in the Duke University Center for Metamaterials and Integrated Plasmonics.  Her research work focuses on design, fabrication, and test of integrated nanosystems and microsystems with an emphasis on photonics and micro/nano integration for medical, environmental, and security sensing systems, imaging, semiconductor devices, metamaterials, and telecommunications systems. 

This Ph.D. is an IEEE Fellow, an Optical Society of America Fellow, and a Hewlett Packard Fellow.  She has published over 225 refereed journal and conference publications, and is a named inventor on six patents.




Expert Witness Code : 7497

Summary:

This Ph.D is a Professor of Accounting at a major University, he has previously served on various faculties of other Univeristies. He has also served as a visiting scholar at numerous academic institutions in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, and New Zealand, to include serving as the Senior Fulbright Fellow to Australia in 1982. He is the author or co-author of eleven books, over 80 case studies, and over 50 academic and professional publications. In addition to his academic career, he has worked as a consultant to Harbridge House, Inc and Price Waterhouse and Co., while also maintaining a private educational consulting practice largely serving financial institutions. He has served on the board of directors of three public companies, where he was a member of the audit and compensation committees, three privately-held companies, and two not-for-profit entities.




Expert Witness Code : 2636

Summary:

This Ph.D. has more than 15 years of experience in radio, RFID and computer networking technologies.  He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Princeton University and is currently the Chief Technology Officer of a company which offers wireless design services from custom integrated circuits to complete radio system design.  He was previously Chief Technology Officer of a communications company which manufactured internet protocol ( IP ) test equipment.  He has served on numerous technical standard committees and holds 18 US patents. 




Expert Witness Code : 0990

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 45 years experience in the computer and software industries, including over 30 years teaching experience at the university level, the majority of which have been in computer science.  She has been Director of a university computer center with both operational and development responsibilities and has developed and taught internal education programs for a major computer manufacturer.  She is published in mathematics journals, computer science journals, and law journals and has conducted and published research funded by both government and industry.  She also has extensive litigation support experience; involved in over 100 cases during the past 27 years.  She has been deposed on numerous occasions and has testified at both bench and jury trials.

  • Taught, and evaluated a variety of programming languages, including Java, C++, C, Pascal, Fortran, various assembly languages, Cobol and various database languages; published two textbooks.
  • Evaluated and has used a variety of operating systems, including Windows XP and 2000, Windows 95, UNIX, and older mainframe and microcomputer operating systems.




Expert Witness Code : 3495

Summary:

This Ph.D is an expert in the field of wireless communications with more than 30 papers and 19 issued and pending patents in the wireless field.  He spearheaded the innovation and standardization of Common Packet Channel Technology which is now part of the global 3GPP standard. He was also the chief architect of the WP-CDMA 3G RTT which was submitted to ITU in January of 1999.  He also played a key role in the harmonization of the North American RTTs (WIMS W-CDMA and W-CDMA NA). The result was creation of a single RTT called WP-CDMA. Subsequently, he played a leading role in merging the WP-CDMA into the ARIB and ETSI W-CDMA standard as part of his activities in 3GPP.  He is a CDMA, OFDMA expert. He is also an air interface expert with emphasis on physical layer, MAC and RRC.




Expert Witness Code : 2352

Summary:

This Ph.D. has performed substantial research over the past 25 years with over 140 peer-reviewed research publications.  His research topics include (a) touch input on touchpads and touchscreens, (b) stylus input on graphics tablets and contact-sensing displays, and (c) user interfaces for mobile devices such as phones, tablets,and PDAs (e.g., text entry, design of soft keyboards).  He is a member of the ACM and the ACM's SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction) since 1991.  This Expert holds academic appointments at two universities spanning 22 years, with substantial research funding and supervision of M.Sc. and Ph.D. students.  He has prior litigation experience in five patent infringement cases dating to 1996, with related work that includes code analysis, prior art analysis, preparing experts reports, depositions, and testifying in court.




Expert Witness Code : 4495

Summary:

This expert has over thirty years of academic and industry experience focused in the fields of communications networks and information technology.  He has been responsible for managing and solving business and technical issues in these fields.  He is an expert in all aspects of broadband network and software technologies and their implementation into advanced communications networks.  He has had experience in strategic planning, marketing, business development, technical development, deployment, and management of these technologies and networks.




Expert Witness Code : 1939

Summary:

This expert witness has over 40 years' experience in project management, design and construction of tunnels, underground railways and other major infrastructure projects.  He has been directly involved in the design, construction, maintenance and failure analysis aspects of railway and vehiclar tunnels world wide.  His experience in bored tunnel design is unparalleled.  He is well-published on this subject and has been engaged as an Expert Witness and given written testimony on the subject of railway tunnel design and construction.




Expert Witness Code : 1615

Summary:

This expert witness has particular expertise in hospital operations with a focus on operating rooms, surgical services and ambulatory centers.  Her BSN credentials are complemented by clinical and corporate healthcare industry experience.  Over the past 16 years, she has been involved with over 70 hospitals conducting regulatory and procedural evaluations.  She has evaluated procedures and services in the following departments:  Operating Room, Recovery Room, Pre-Admissions Screening Unit, Pre-Op Holding Units, Gastrointestinal Labs, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Central and Sterile Supply Departments, Labor and Delivery, Post-Op Surgical Nursing Units, Out-Patient Surgery Units, and Same-Day Surgery Units.   She is brought in to make recommendations to hospitals regarding changes or improvements to their existing departmental process and\\or procedures.  She has also directed the efforts for the implementation of these hospital departmental changes.

She is skilled in the design of free-standing ambulatory centers, operating rooms, and recovery rooms.  In addition, she works with hospital inventories and standards for medical device recalls.  She implements inventory and recall procedure changes. 




Expert Witness Code : 1772

Summary:

This expert witness has twenty years of engineering design and electronic product development experience.  His particular expertise focuses on wireless system architecture, including cellular telephones, base station technologies.  He has participated in cell phone product design with major cellular telephone manufacturer's world wide.




Expert Witness Code : 6003

Summary:

This Ph.D holds a doctorate in fluid mechanics, mathematics and numerical analysis.  He is also a licensed Professional Engineer.  He has over thirty-years of industry experience complemented with continuing education focused on software solutions including Modeling, Graphics, Mapping, Web-Based Remote Database applications and Information Systems, and system integration for small companies.  He has demonstrated skills in both cross industry and complex multidisciplinary assignments with project management responsibility for teams up to 250 people and 30 concurrent projects.  

He has published papers and project reports, and, made technical presentations at State, National and International conferences. He has received numerous engineering innovation and excellence awards.  His clientele includes Federal, State and local government, law firms, engineering companies, and other domestic and international corporations.




Expert Witness Code : 7461

Summary:

This expert witness is a recognized expert in wireless and cellular telecommunications technology, executive manager and leader, designing, developing, marketing and managing mobile telecommunication system and software products.  He has over 25 years of experience specializing in wireless telecommunications technology, network architecture, design, system engineering, marketing and product management.  He is a reputable leader and strategic developer with a successful background building start-ups.  He is skilled presenter, communicator, and educator with success impacting organizational performance, corporate reputation and increasing sales.  Mr.Snyder is results-oriented, highly organized and creatively focused on adhering to organizational missions and philosophy while designing best-of-breed mobile technology solutions.  He has extensive travel experience to Asia-Pac, Latin America and Europe supporting engineering, sales and marketing with familiarity with wireless network operators and manufacturers worldwide.  This expert has several years of wireless standards development with extensive travel throughout Asia-Pac, Latin America and Europe.




Expert Witness Code : 4811

Summary:

This expert witness has over 50 yearsof systems and software engineering experience, in military, government, andcommercial applications, with expertise in database management, geospatialinformation systems, requirements definition, testing, training, simulation,process improvement, quality assurance, configuration management, and projectmanagement.  He has served as a member ofANSI Committee X3L1, developing standards for geographicinformation systems (GISs) and GIS extensions to the SQL relational databasemanipulation language, and wrote MIL-STD 2411, a military standard forinter-system interchange of map and image data.  He has served as consultant to militaryclients in use of mapping, charting, geodesy, and imagery databases in militaryapplications.  This expert witness producedconcepts and designed methods for updating digital maps in the field.




Expert Witness Code : 4189

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty-one years of industry experience in Software and computing system design tool architecture, and the semiconductor process.  He has been an independent consultant since 1997 with a focus on system engineering for protection and maskless lithography systems.  He has legal consulting experience in intellectual property matters.  He has litigation experience dealing with patent infringement in the area of electron beam lithographic systems patents, and electron beam inspection and metrology systems and analog electronics.




Expert Witness Code : 3128

Summary:

This Ph.D has been working in telecommunications for over 26 years.  He started his career in Europe, where he worked on effective coding of digital information for various types of communications channels.  During the last twenty years, he has held engineering and management positions in Bell System companies.  His responsibilities included the analysis of technical and economical solutions for broadband optical networks in support of product planning and development.  He has worked on the design and implementation of major carrier networks and the design and planning of SONET network elements for long haul transmission. He has published many technical papers and holds a number of patents. 

His practical experience combined with an extensive academic background has given him a deep technical understanding of telecommunications technologies, such as SONET, SDH, DWDM, ATM, Ethernet, satellites, and terrestrial transmission.  He is an experienced litigation support consultant with experience in patent infringement matters.




Expert Witness Code : 4553

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 20 years of industrial and academic experience as an award winning professor, design engineer, consultant, and researcher.  He has consulted as a technical expert on various matters concerning semiconductor design, packaging and testing.  He is the inventor on several patents, has been a patent consultant and, has also, on occasion, provided expert litigation support consulting services for major intellectual property law firms. 




Expert Witness Code : 7174

Summary:

This expert has over 26 years of industry experience building mission-critical, commercial Object-Oriented systems.  His work has focused on the design and development of complex multi-tier application server architectures, enterprise application integrations, and deploying complex, distributed web/object systems. For the last 14 years, he has specialized in consulting primarily for Logistics and Telecommunications companies.  His relevant consulting experience includes:

  • Industry Standard Software Development Methodologies and Software Best Practices
  • Development of Telecommunication Network Provisioning, Trouble Ticketing, and Operational Support Systems
  • Microsoft .NET technologies (Consulted for Microsoft in 2002)
  • Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) solutions
  • Other Middleware technologies including Tibco, Vitria, MQ Series and other loosely-coupled and Publication/Subscribe Enterprise Integration Strategies
  • Leading Technical Architecture, Planning and Costing Solutions for Multi-year, Multi-million dollar proposal efforts

This expert also has 16 years experience with numerous internet and object programming languages, including Smalltalk-80, VisualWorks 1.0 to 7, Smalltalk/V, VisualAge, Envy, stORE, and most 3rd-party tools.   He has more than 10 years with CORBA, DST, GemStone, XP, and UML.   He also has in depth hands-on expertise in .NET, XML, SOAP, Java, J2EE, Internet Protocols, Web Services, and Application Servers integration strategies.   He is also an expert in Enterprise Software QA, Due Diligence and Audits.

This expert is an internationally recognized expert in his practice, having presented his work at numerous domestic and European technical conferences.




Expert Witness Code : 2698

Summary:

This expert witness is a highly skilled executive offering more than 15 years of company leadership with P and L responsibility in the computer, publishing, retail, education, and healthcare industries. Results driven leadership with proven ability to drive success. Readily identifies opportunities, problems, and solutions. Effectively decomposes complex systems into manageable pieces for analysis, implementation, and operational deployment. Leverages technology to drive productivity, organizational effectiveness, and cost reductions.




Expert Witness Code : 5173

Summary:

This Ph.D has over twenty-three yearstwenty-five years of experience in consultant providing services for product marketing and management, business development, and product/technology development ofsoftware technology and business focused on leading-edge software products and software-based services. His employment and consulting history includes leadership roles in product/technology development, product marketing and management, and business development in both established and start-up companies within the computer industry and corporate software development organizations. His broad knowledge of software markets ( including financial, telco, xSP, eCommerce, eLearning ) and technologies (including application servers, development tools, component software, Java ( J2EE ), knowledge-based systems and intelligent agents). Over the years, he has developed excellent analytical, planning, organizational, and communication skills. He has participated in industry organizations, including early ARPANET/Internet working groups and the Object Management Group ( OMG ) and published technical reports and articles on software technologies and their applications.




Expert Witness Code : 4369

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years of experience as an engineer and currently offers services in development, design, engineering, tooling, quality assurance, and manufacturing expertise as President and owner of his own company.  He provides consulting services to the Consumer Product Industry, and more specifically, in toys, infant, recreational, and consumer electronic products.  His company provides  Plastic and Mechanical Design; injection, blow and roto-molding processes; design in ProE ( 3D ); concept models; tooling patterns; prototypes; Electronic and Electro-mechanical Design; sound digitizing; microprocessor programming; firmware and hardware development; Quality Assurance; and review of compliance with regulatory and safety standards ( UL, CSA, FCC, ASTM, CPSC, CE and EN-71 ).

He also has extensive experience as a testifying expert at trials and depositions, and has provided expert opinions for intellectual property, patent infringement, trade secret, copyright, trademark, and licensing cases.




Expert Witness Code : 8846

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of experience as a business owner, licensed attorney (inactive), technology consultant and Expert Witness.  His experience includes development of software and commercial database applications.  He has broad experience in industries from oil, chemicals and industrial distribution to direct mail marketing and insurance.  His technical experience covers most major Information Technology systems and applications since 1977, including minicomputers, microcomputers, and mainframes with attendant operating systems, file systems, and databases.  He is an expert in most application-level computer languages.




Expert Witness Code : 5539

Summary:

This expert witness is a technical leader and entrepreneur with extensive experience in product design, development, consulting and planning. He is able to communicate effectively, manage projects and balance business and technical issues.  His core expertise is in computer networking and security in the Internet arena, with strong knowledge of communications protocols, low cost design principles, an understanding of hardware / software interfacing and embedded systems design.  He is also versed in the operations, construction, movement and monitoring of data center equipment, remote administration and control.




Expert Witness Code : 6368

Summary:

This consultant is experienced in product engineering design, development, and manufacturing.  From the 1980s, building upon a career as an engineering and manufacturing executive, he has helped more than 200 clients in Silicon Valley and beyond to improve their products, lower their costs, and support their litigation.

His experience in line and staff positions in a variety of corporate environments has given him a unique vantage point from which to investigate and solve design and manufacturing problems.

He has more than 40 years of product-design and manufacturing-industry experience as a consultant, an engineering and multi-plant manufacturing executive, an engineering manager, a product designer, a technician and analyst, and an expert witness in litigation, particularly in intellectual property, such as patents and trade secrets, and contract disputes.  His technical expertise includes industrial and consumer products, electronics products, medical and scientific instruments, machinery, and chemical-process equipment.

Having been retained in more than 100 cases, he is one of the country's most experienced engineering experts, supporting counsel for clients large and small in all roles, including plaintiffs, defendants, patent holders, accused patent infringers,customers, vendors, licensees, licensors, former and current employees, etc.

He has testified in Federal and state courts and arbitrations in 20 states and provinces and internationally.  He has been retained by the continent’s largest law firms as well as local counsel.

A graduate of Caltech in mechanical engineering (BS and MS), this Expert is a registered Professional Engineer (PE), a life member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and a senior member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.  He is an FAA-certificated commercial pilot.  He has published articles, peer-reviewed papers, and interviews in professional magazines and on television.  An able speaker, he originated and taught the course in materials and processes in the faculty of Product and Industrial Design at Academy of Art College.  Annually he judges product-design contests:“R&D 100” (R&D Magazine) and “Create the Future” (Tech Briefs).  Six US and foreign patents and publications name him as inventor.




Expert Witness Code : 3120

Summary:

This expert witness has forty-years of industry experience.  Since 1982 he has been an independent consultant providing professional logistics, business and engineering services. 




Expert Witness Code : 9877

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 20 years experience in research and development in information technology.  He has published over 50 papers in prestigious journals and conferences, on topics ranging from programming language design and implementation, to distributed systems, peer-to-peer networks, and storage infrastructure.  Prior to joining academia, he was a Senior Vice-President at a high-tech startup, and was a Senior Research Scientist at NEC Research Laboratories.  He has substantial consulting experience with government agencies, and private sector corporations.




Expert Witness Code : 6574

Summary:

This expert witnesses experience in the snowmobile market comes from approximately fifteen years of hands on experience and direct contact with powersport accessory distributors, in addition to selling to consumers through a retail store, the internet and phone.  He has owned and operated a power sports retail establishment and for over 13 years, selling items such as snowmobile accessories, hard parts, helmets, bibs, jackets, boots, gloves and other rider accessories. During that period, he has operated a service shop, specializing in the service and repair of motorcycles, all terrain vehicles and snowmobiles. The service shop was closed for business in 2001 to pursue and expand the company's Internet mail order business.  He now owns and operates three mail order and ecommerce websites for ordering "rider" parts and accessories.  Prior to his involvement in the snow sports parts industry, he was an independent contractor in the Logging and Forestry Operations industry from 1982 to 1991.




Expert Witness Code : 5423

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of industry experience with a focus on telecommunications, embedded systems applications, software languages, relational database applications and data processing.  He has been responsible developing and inventing technology for new products. His expertise includes all phases of the modern PC platform: from hardware and low-level system software to large data communications network and Internet-based applications and implementation.  His expertise has extensive experience in telecommunications and data communications equipment architecture and design.




Expert Witness Code : 9206

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years experience in the Semiconductor industry, including the design of multiple custom integrated circuits, hybrid assemblies, manufacturing processes, and commercial and defense electronic systems.  He held senior technical roles at Fairchild, Intel, ESL/TRW, GTE, and three startup companies spanning the semiconductor, printing, and defense industries.  He has developed advanced technology for integrating semiconductors into systems, including two new flip chip connectors, a novel cooling method, a new test methodology, a solder-free assembly method, and also wafer and panel level processing, including automation for low cost production.  As a systems engineer on military reconnaissance systems, he developed large-scale hardware and software systems.  He is currently developing a new electrostatic motor technology based on Coulomb forces, offering higher torque in smaller sizes as well as more energy-efficient operation at an operating voltage of 10kV.

This expert witness is the author of over 20 patents, recently having a small portfolio of patents acquired by a major oversees manufacturer.  He also served as an expert consultant for an ongoing patent infringement matter involving liquid crystal display technology.  Finally, he has developed a method for writing patent landscape analyses in his areas of expertise, including engineering commentary; these are also used as Freedom to Operate (FTO) products.




Expert Witness Code : 7619

Summary:

This expert witness has been working for thirty years within the floor covering industry dealing with problems related to all types of flooring materials.  Services include substrate moisture testing and installation training.




Expert Witness Code : 4211

Summary:

This Ph.D has over thirty-years of broad expertise in microbiology, anti-infectives and drug discovery.  He retired from his position as Senior Vice President of Anti-Infectives and Drug Discovery at GlaxoSmithKline ( GSK ), where he also served as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Biopharmaceutical Research and Development. There he led the anti-infectives franchise that placed the company in a leading position in that area of research and played a key role in developing new formulations for Augmentin and Bactriban, a new quinolone antibiotic gemifloxacin ( Factive ) and the commercialized recombinant Hepatitis B vaccine, Engerix-B.

Previously, He spent 10 years at the National Institutes of Health, advancing to Section Chief in The Laboratory of Biochemistry at the National Cancer Institute. He was formerly a principal investigator for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and was awarded a grant to study biothreat pathogen countermeasures. He served as a member of the Food and Drug Administration Science Board for the past three years, and has been a member of the executive council for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He also serves on the editorial boards of numerous international scientific journals.

He has received several prestigious awards, including the Arthur S. Fleming Award for his achievements in the field of microbial gene regulation, the Panlab Award for his work in the areas of microbiology and biotechnology and the Distinguished Alumni Award from Purdue University.  He holds adjunct professorships in three major Universities.  He obtained his Ph.D. from Purdue University and received post-doctoral training at Yale University Medical School.  He has published more than 200 papers and is a named inventor on nearly 60 issued patents.




Expert Witness Code : 0845

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 28 years of experience in the semiconductor industry,with a specific emphasis on the physics of semiconductor devices.  He held technical positions at Stanford University, Purdue University, and the German Space Agency in Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany.  For over 25 years he has worked in the semiconductor industry, first at Siemens and then at Motorola, whose semiconductor division later became Freescale Semiconductor.  Since 2008 he has been a Professor at Virginia Tech, where he continues his research in semiconductor device physics and technology.

His research in semiconductor device physics at Motorola had a specific emphasis on non-volatile memories and associated physical effects, such as band-to-band tunneling.  In 1990, he was the first to simulate band-to-band tunneling in MOSFETs, and correctly predicted new modes of tunneling.  In addition, he researched the impact of band-to-band tunneling on non-volatile memories.  In addition to conducting research in semiconductor physics, he successfully managed the development of several technologies, like a 50nm fully depleted silicon-insulator (SOI) MOSFET with TiN/HfO2 gate stack,and a 30nm gate length SOI MOSFET.

This Ph.D. is the lead inventor on most of the 109 patents issued, and has over 240 publications in scientific journals and conference proceedings.




Expert Witness Code : 0551

Summary:

This expert witness has over nine years of industry experience and is an expert on the development and implementation of web based online software.  He is the inventor and co-founder of Myevent.com, a growing and profitable company with several thousand active paying subscribers. 

He has significant hands-on technical experience, and is proficient with MySQL databases and several programming languages, including PHP, Perl, HTML and JavaScript.




Expert Witness Code : 8836

Summary:

Far ranging technology background across many disciplines. Founding member of six Silicon Valley startups with three growing to significant size. Earlier in career, had significant executive experience at several Fortune 50 companies introducing and guiding new technologies critical to business. Participated on many U.S.& international technical standards bodies. Panel participant at many major technology conferences. More than forty patents granted over several decades.Currently consulting as intellectual property developer, expert witness and technology advisor for patent litigation cases in US & Europe.





Expert Witness Code : 2904

Summary:

This expert witness has over 25 years of experience in the environmental industry as an expert witness and in litigation support strategy and planning. He worked in the oil and gas industry in Alaska and California as an exploration geologist from 1981 to 1989, and appraises farm-in opportunities as well as oil and gas interests for fair market value which includes environmental liabilities. He is a Fulbright Senior Scholar winning four awards in environmental science teaching post-graduate workshops in risk-based subsurface environmental management and sustainable remediation methods. He recently co-authored a book Oil Spills and Gas Leaks (in press, McGraw-Hill) and has worked extensively on and written widely about the assessment and remediation of soil and groundwater at oil and gas production facilities impacted by petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, and heavy metals. He has co-authored and edited books on topics such as MTBE, Chromium(VI) and Acid Mine and Rock Drainage (in press; Wiley and Sons). He teaches Sustainable Remediation Methods for Soil and Water (X-451) for the University of California, Berkeley Extension Program. This expert witness has bachelors and masters degrees in geology and over 20 years of experience in in-situ remediation as a project manager and licensed contractor responsible managing officer (general engineering, drilling, and hazardous waste removal).




Expert Witness Code : 9490

Summary:

This expert witness is a very active storage industry consultant and analyst and does finite element and finite difference magnetic modeling for new products.  He also serves as an expert witness in the areas of optical drive systems, thin film technology, disk drive technology, and hard drive failure analysis. Additionally, he co-organizes two major data storage industry conferences that cover the latest technology in magnetic, optical and flash memories.  These are the Storage Visions Conference and the Creative Storage Conference. He follows most of the major data storage manufacturers, their component and equipment suppliers.

He has extensive experience in the field of disk drives, including substantial contributions to a number of very innovative and successful products and processes.  These have included some of the industry's earliest magnetoresistive ("MR") head drives, Maxtor's first double-capacity drive, Maxtor's first 3.5" drive, Toshiba's first 3.5" drive, and Quantum's self-servo writing system.  The technologies (heads, media, channel, servo and process) embodied in these and other products include a great many industry firsts.  He is a founder of the storage industry trade association, IDEMA, a director emeritus and still active in it.

His background comprises extensive thin film process experience including thin film disks and magnetoresistive heads.  He has designed and built vacuum processing equipment (primarily sputtering systems with a specialty in RF diode and magnetron systems, although he also designed e-beam systems) for a number of companies including Perkin-Elmer, Hewlett Packard (now Agilent), Unisys, Eikon, and Vac-Tec.  He designed Perkin-Elmer's 1st magnetron source and has developed a number of unique thin film processes (including reactive ion deposition) which required the design, construction, optimization and introduction to production of specialized vacuum processing equipment and processes.  He is familiar with all aspects of thin film processing and process equipment.

This expert witness also has a small failure analysis laboratory that includes a variety of video and data storage testing equipment and protocols. He also has access to other laboratory facilities that include a broad array of failure analysis techniques including accelerated life testing; microanalysis including ESCA, Auger, SIMS, and X-ray; optical, scanning electron and scanning probe microscopy; thermal imaging and mapping, etc.




Expert Witness Code : 3805

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years of technical management experience running game development companies,with an unmatched 17 years of management experience in Internet gaming.  He has hands-on technical and creative experience in all genres of game development, including console, PC retail and download, online, mobile and dedicated electronic.  He has expertise in developing comprehensive business plans, with application toward raising investment capital, either through IPO or private equity investment.  This expert witness is recognized as an industry expert in online gaming by numerous trade conferences, including Digital Hollywood, iMedia Breakthrough, GDC, CES, Gamer Technology Conference, Casual Game Conference, Advertising in Games conference, DMEXPO, VNU Digital Marketing conference, National Cable Show.  He has experience in dealing with broadcast and print media, including CNBC, ABC Eyewitness News, CNN, Good Morning Atlanta, The Today Show and various consumer and trade publications.  He personally developed video game software products generating career retail sales in excess of $350 million.

This expert witness developed strategy and business plan for the Casual Games Network(CGN), Skyworks’ initiative applying dynamic in-game advertising to online casual games, partnering with Massive Incorporated.  He consulted for RCA David Sarnoff Research Labs (1986-1987) on entertainment applications of Digital Video Interactive (DVI), the first technology to store digital full-motion video on a CDROM.  He designed & programmed Atari 2600 adaptation of hit arcade game Donkey Kong, 1982 wholesale revenues in excess of $100 million on 4 million units.  He conceived, designed and developed BankShot, an innovative electronic pool game marketed by Parker Brothers, named “10 Best Games of 1980,” Omni Magazine.  He back-engineered Atari 2600 game system in1980, creating one of the first third party 2600-compatible game cartridges - SpaceJockey. He is an expert in video game history, serving on the Advisory Board of the Video Game History Museum (www.vgh.museum.org).

He has performed as a Legal Expert Witness in numerous cases involving patents, intellectual property, video games and software development for clients including Konami Entertainment, Nintendo of America, NCR, Taito and Activision. 




Expert Witness Code : 4026

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 25 years of experience in computer science and engineering - as a researcher, developer, technical consultant and educator.  She has received a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University.  She spent ten years as a hardware and software developer for IBM in their Display Products Division and Banking Systems Division.  She was recognized with multiple IBM awards, including the Outstanding Technical Achievement Award for her work on an image capture module for check sorting machines.  This work included the development of a real-time operating system, digital logic, and communications protocols.  This Expert has worked as an academic researcher and educator for UNC Charlotte since 1995.  She is a Professor in the department of Computer Science and Associate Dean of the College of Computing and Informatics (CCI).  Her research focus is on resource management, routing, and data management for wireless networks.  She teaches graduate classes on communications and wireless networking and undergraduate classes on programming.  This Ph.D. oversees the development of the undergraduate curriculum within the CCI departments of Computer Science and Software & Information Systems.  She has worked as a communications consultant for the National Security Agency for the Wireless Interconnect Network and Reconfigurable Systems (WINARS) project and as an expert for the National Science Foundation’s Computer Information Science and Engineering (CISE) directorate.  She has worked as a technical consultant and testifying expert since 2000.  Her work has included focus on digital television programming, satellite network communications, check image capture and processing, software development practices, router technology, and mobile phone interfaces.  Her experience includes research, prior art analysis, and analysis of software (algorithms and data structures) and digital logic.  She has submitted numerous expert reports and rebuttal reports, providing opinions to support claim construction, infringement, non-infringement, and patent validity and invalidity.  She has been deposed several times and has testified at a Markman hearing and in front of an arbitration panel.




Expert Witness Code : 9711

Summary:

This Expert Witness is the Founder and President of a Denver-area IT consulting firm active since 1982. His firm provides expert witness services in Web, browser, e-commerce, multimedia, operating system, client/server, user interface, and office automation patent cases. He has written 23 expert reports, been deposed 17 times, and testified in court 5 times; he has been retained by many of the country’s top computer companies in high-profile, high-stakes litigation. He teaches advanced technical seminars through Global Knowledge and has written official courseware for Microsoft. He is the author of 18 commercial books on Windows, Web design, networking, and productivity for publishers such as McGraw-Hill and Wiley. He holds numerous technical certifications and is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He has consulted with a wide variety of companies on deploying and managing business computer networks, from Novell NetWare to Microsoft Active Directory.




Expert Witness Code : 9449

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 35 years of extensive RF experience; in the areas of research and development, electronic design, productizing, manufacture, and finally operation and installation of RF equipment and antennas. The RF designs provide state-of-the-art, cost-effective, easily manufactured solutions to challenging and demanding RF product design dilemmas.

He participated in numerous RF transmitter coverage area studies for commercial RF transmitter applications to FCC while in college. He is the inventor of the multiple level drive technique, which has effectively eliminated the need for variable sensitivity adjustments in an RFID tag (significantly reduces the design complexity of an RFID tag's hardware design). He is well known and versed in the necessary parallel supporting disciplines to develop state of the art RF solutions; microprocessor system design and programming, DSP ( Digital Signal Processing ), antennas and communications technology. His extensive experience includes the design and manufacture RF systems and the associated engineering technologies of RF systems, RF equipment, DSP processing, and antennas from ELF through EHF. He has extensive experience in both teaching and lecturing on RF and RFID design and supporting technologies in both the academic and professional environments.




Expert Witness Code : 6073

Summary:

This expert witness is experienced in all phases of business development, including strategic planning, financial management, marketing and sales. Established ability to work effectively with Fortune 500 executives and clients, as well as small organizations. Respected for leadership skills, strategic planning abilities, consultative management style and personal integrity.

He has demonstrated ability to assess and analyze complex business requirements in conjunction with architecting and implementing technical solutions that deliver maximum capability at minimum cost. Demonstrated proficiency in building and directing highly motivated development teams. High-level technical management experience includes Director level positions with Motorola Information Systems Group, Unisys Networks and Bio-Tek Instruments.

He is proficient in mobile computing and networking technologies, including systems design and architecture, user interface design, communications, database design, embedded systems, and network management.




Expert Witness Code : 0722

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of industry experience both as an industry practitioner and independent consultant.  His technology focus has been on computer and network architectures, design of complex software solutions for the Internet and other intricate business systems.  He is an expert in relational database management systems, computer operating systems and Internet-related technologies, including web site software and hardware architectures.  He is an experienced Expert Witness in intellectual property and computer forensic issues.




Expert Witness Code : 8511

Summary:

This expert witness is a registered Professional Engineer and Certified Safety Professional, with an extensive Safety background over the past 25+ years, working for: DaimlerChrysler, Ford, General Motors and others.  He is a retired United States Air Force officer serving as a Pilot and Civil Engineering Officer, possessing exceptional written and verbal communication skills.  During the course of his career he has investigated hundreds of industrial accidents. Most of the investigations were conducted on the behalf of his employer.




Expert Witness Code : 5689

Summary:

This Expert was a Fannie and John Hertz Fellow from 1981-1985, and in 1992 he was awarded the OSA Adolf Lomb Medal for pioneering contributions to nonlinear optical phenomena and all-optical switching in optical fibers.  He also received the U-M research excellence award in 1997 and became a Fellow of the Optical Society of America in 1998.  In 2002 he received the Texas eComm Ten Award for being one of the 10 most influential people in Texas's digital economy.  He is an IEEE Fellow; the first recipient of the prestigious 2007 Distinguished University Innovator Award for developing and commercializing break-through technology.

He has published three books and over 120 papers in refereed journals and holds over 100 patents or patents pending.  His current research interests include mid-infrared laser sources and their applications in defense and healthcare.  On the defense side, applications include infrared countermeasures, explosives detection, and battlefield communication.  On the healthcare side, his research relates to using infrared lasers in cardiology, endocrinology, dermatology and ophthalmology.  Another area of this current work relates to ultra-high resolution imaging of power-train parts, including sub-micron resolution and surface roughness measurements.  He teaches a number of courses including Introduction to Photonics, Fiber Optics:  Internet to Biomedical Applications, High-Tech Entrepreneurship and Patent Fundamentals for Engineers.  He has also founded several companies, including Xtera Communications, Omni Sciences, Celeste Optics, AccuPhotonics and Cheetah Omni.  He is also a Registered Patent Agent with the US Patent and Trademark Office.




Expert Witness Code : 0842

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over twenty-five years of industry and academic experience involving medicinal, synthetic, and bioorganic chemistry.  In addition, he has extensive experience in molecular biology, enzymology, protein biochemistry, fermentation technology and other related biomedical fields.  His research efforts over the past decade include synthesis of complex biologically active molecules, natural product isolation, and include discovery and analysis of diverse bacteria and fungi that produce valuable bioactive natural product molecules.  In addition to basic research, his laboratory pursues genomic, proteomic and pathway engineering approaches to harness the metabolic capabilities of terrestrial and marine microorganisms. He also serves as Director of a major University's academic drug discovery and development center, a unique enterprise that pursues drug discovery opportunities in the area of metabolic diseases, anti-infectives, cancer and other disease areas.  He is an experienced Expert Witness in trade secret, and patent infringement litigation involving medicinal agents as well as DNA and antibody-based diagnostic tools.  Over the past five years he has written over half a dozen expert reports, rebuttal reports and has been cross-examined in deposition six times.




Expert Witness Code : 3413

Summary:

This expert witness has provided consulting services to industrial, municipal, and institutional organizations in the field of water treatment for more than twenty five years as a senior consulting engineer, technical service engineer and project manager, responsible for overseeing the services provided by the entire national field organization to the company's major clients. These responsibilities include solving technical problems brought in by field representatives, assisting with the design of new and existing plants, and interaction with clients' corporate engineering and executive staffs.

His experience covers a wide range of industrial and municipal water systems especially relating to boiler system operation, closed loop chiller and heater systems, open and closed re-circulating cooling water systems, boiler and steam generating systems, and in potable and waste water facilities.

He is currently, or has been, involved with upgrading wastewater systems in oil refineries in the Caribbean, northeast United States, Central Midwest United States and the Gulf Coast United States in the past two years. Has also assisted with design and operational troubleshooting and plant upgrades regarding oily wastes in the automotive industry and aluminum casting / rolling processes in the past two years.




Expert Witness Code : 6100

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a senior technology strategist with over 30 years of experience in Enterprise storage and security software and telecommunication.  He has proven ability in effectively analyzing third party technology offerings and defining how they will fit with the company's overall strategy. His advanced analytics skills are; experienced team builder and manager of 100+ person groups; over 30 submitted patents.  He is a member of the VERITAS/Symantec patent filter committee. He is an excellent presenter who can make complicated technology easy to understand even for a non-technical audience.




Expert Witness Code : 7159

Summary:

This expert witness has a broad business background, including international experience.  His experience with organizations and ability to perceive emerging trends enable him to offer both thought leadership and hands-on support to improve industrial health, safety, and environmental practices and procedures.  Technical specialist with more than 20 years of experience and proven accomplishments in technical consultation, litigation support, onsite health, safety, and environmental evaluation, building microclimate surveys, commercial site assessments, and toxic substance research.  By applying the latest software tools to classical hard science technical research methods, he has provided unique and valuable insights into both past and potential exposure events and processes.  He is conversant in the Spanish languages with Spanish conversational skills and technical vocabulary related to petrochemical industry.  Other language skills include Japanese, German, French and Russian.  He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and Certified Safety Professional. 




Expert Witness Code : 5735

Summary:

This expert Witness has over twenty years of experience in management and marketing with a focus on business and marketing strategies for entertainment, high-technology and medical device companies.  He is experienced in the startup company process, and has successfully developed new product lines and marketing programs with demonstrated sales growth and profitability gains.  He is experienced with technology, licensing, new publishing technologies, niche retailing, packaging strategies and marketing strategies.




Expert Witness Code : 5924

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years of professional knowledge and experience in technology and scientific disciplines which are key missions and functions of the National Intelligence Strategy.  He has additional commercial experience in high technology and telecommunications, international and domestic projects providing expert level consulting and litigation support services to high technology Fortune 500 clients.  He has served with the CIA, creating national intelligence gathering networks, in addition to co-founding International Telecommunications Initiatives ( ITI ).  ITI develops wireless networks for private clients worldwide.




Expert Witness Code : 0279

Summary:

This Expert Witness has over 35 years’ experience with Silicon Valley-high technology industries. He has in-depth knowledge of analog electronics, high current and low inductance electrical connectors, switching power supplies, low voltage and high voltage power supplies, “brick” converters, high current/voltage switches and equipment for the testing of power systems.  His experience includes researching, creating and submitting patents for various products.  He has contributed extensively to the electronics industry by writing over 20 technical papers, presenting to industry conferences around the world and being an active member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers(IEEE).




Expert Witness Code : 6378

Summary:

This Expert Witness has more than 20 years experience in all phases of design and implementation of semiconductor processes and devices. He has worked in the semiconductor field in the development and production of storage technology and storage devices such as Dynamic Ram (DRAM), Flash (NAND, NOR, EEPROM, SSD or HDD), Static RAM (SRAM) memories used for microprocessors and logic, digital, and analog devices. He holds more than half a dozen patents that have been cited more than 100 times. His patents cover varied areas of semiconductor device, process, and measurements. He studied semiconductors at Stanford University graduate school and developed new semiconductor processes and devices at Intel, AMI, AMD, and Maxim. He is experienced in supporting patents and trade secrets litigation.  This Expert Witness operates a website that is viewed as a major source of information pertaining to semiconductor technology and patents.  The website addresses the information needs of technology companies, attorneys, and investors. He is also fluent in Hebrew.




Expert Witness Code : 9796

Summary:

This expert witness has in depth experience in the printing technologies industry particularly the areas of imaging, printing, computing, software/hardware.  He is also proficient in licensing/technology, patent portfolio evaluation, patent and trademark searches, patent cluster and nesting analysis, domestic and foreign patent prosecution and defensive disclosures, joint venture analysis, investigative research and analysis of the hi-tech industry players, product evaluation and development, competitive tracking and benchmarking, trend analysis, market share assessments and short/long-range forecasting, tradeshow research, pricing/margin/cost analysis, liaison with legal and IP research agencies, relationship consulting, proficiency in communication and presentation skills.




Expert Witness Code : 0787

Summary:

This Ph.D has over thirty years of industry and academic experience as a CEO, CTO, Scientist, Professor, Electrical Engineer and Researcher.  He has held top positions in a number of technology oriented companies and has directed numerous Research and Development projects. 

In a long and successful career as an independent consultant, he has helped to develop many significant hardware and software products particularly in the areas of Digital Broadcasting and HDTV. He has also served as an Expert Witness in several intellectual property disputes.




Expert Witness Code : 2932

Summary:

This expert has his doctorate from the world's top research university with over 25 years of experience in semiconductor device fabrication and manufacturing. He has several patents related to laser processing of application specific circuitry and redundancy in DRAM and SRAM. One patent is implemented in an exclusively licensed DRAM in nearly every Apple product. He has been teaching physics of failure and device reliability for the past 20 years. He founded 2 start-up companies licensing his IP and has published over 120 papers and conference publications on device reliability, advanced packaging and laser processing of semiconductor devices. He has extensive expert witness work and has stood as a technical expert in trial as well as dozens of depositions and testimonials and he is very efficient at writing expert reports. 

This expert is a professor teaching VLSI design and processing at major Universities since 1995. He regularly consults with high tech companies and supervises projects related to ASIC, FPGA design, testing and Failure Analysis. He understands the device physics and teaches them in his graduate and undergraduate classes. His Ph.D students continue to have a strong impact on the semiconductor industry as they have prominent positions in large and important semiconductor fabrication and design companies, including Intel,Apple and others. He has been working with industry around the globe and has made innovations with his physics of failure approach to reliability prediction. He works with packaging technologies as well. His students continue his legacy by studying circuit integrity and reliability of systems based on solder joint reliability and multiple failure mechanisms in the silicon devices themselves.




Expert Witness Code : 1910

Summary:

This expert has over 40 years of experience in analog and digital audio, signal processing, test and measurement, real time systems, psychoacoustics.  He is a successful independent consultant in IP evaluation and product development, a registered Professional Engineer inboth Electrical Engineering and Acoustics. He is also under contract to manage technical standards development forthe Audio Engineering Society.  He holdsa Bachelors, two Masters and a PhD from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and anMBA from Pepperdine University.  He is a prolific author and seasoned speaker on technical subjects in audio and instrumentation.  He is an experienced manager with extensive product planning, research, design and development experience.  He is a past President and Fellow ofthe Audio Engineering Society (AES) and a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers(IEEE).





Expert Witness Code : 8991

Summary:

This Ph.D. possesses multidisciplinary expertise in Telecommunications, Signal Processing, Infosec and Infotech, Intelligence, Advanced Mathematics, and Physics.  He has in-depth expertise in Signal Processing, Telecommunications Technologies, with emphasis on analog and digital circuit design and manufacture, cellular systems, wireless networks,microwave and ad-hoc networks.  He has extensive experience in management and strategic planning, as well as in-depth expertise in RF and other analog circuit design and manufacture, especially for telecommunications applications. 

He is an expert in Digital Networks and Computer science (Adjunct professor of Computer Science, prolific author of Infosec books, sought after lecturer) and in particular on digital communications (both wireless and wired).  His extensive experience includes Intelligence(SIS-3 position for 14 years) with multiple recognitions and awards, including“Scientist of the Year,” “Meritorious Officer” award, and multiple ‘Exceptional Accomplishment” awards.  He is respected in all three sectors of the economy. He has held top positions in Government and Industry; taught at four universities and is still teaching evening postgraduate classes at Johns Hopkins and George Washington Universities.




Expert Witness Code : 7612

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a hands-on technologist with an engineering, manufacturing and IT background. He expanded his focus to capital markets over the last decade.  His academic credentials include faculty positions at the Northwestern University (school of engineering and Kellogg School of Management) and the department of computer science at the University of Chicago.

His expert witness experience involves theft of IP,corporate and IP valuations, and determination of reasonable royalties.  He prepared the expert witness reports for his past cases.  His testimonies included cross examination and a debate with the defendants' expert witness.  The debate was structured and moderated by the arbitration judge.

A potential new case involves patent violations for engine manufacturing technology, which leverages his advisory work to leading automotive manufacturers such as International Truck and Engine, Caterpillar, Mercedes-Benz and Detroit Diesel.




Expert Witness Code : 6203

Summary:

This Ph.D. has 30 years of experience in the design, development and manufacture of over 350 different high-technology analog and digital products that use IC and MEMS and their packages in new and innovative ways for automotive, medical,industrial and commercial applications.  He has proven ability to assist businesses through the strategic timing of technology investments and product development and manufacturing in international and cross-functional teams. He has excellent oral and written communication skills along with a deep knowledge of patent and intellectual property issues.  He is the inventor or co-inventor on nine U.S.and international patents.  He provides IP and Expert Witness services with successful trial experience at the International Trade Commission.  He is the named Inventor of eight US Patents with other applications pending.  




Expert Witness Code : 9879

Summary:

In the past twenty-five years, This Ph.D has been involved with numerous consulting activities which include the design of microprocessor-based systems, electrical and electronic design, and the interpretation of the National Electric Code. 

His skills include the ability to analyze complicate electronic or electrical system and determine design techniques or flaws in the design. He has also testified at deposition and\\or trial on a number of legal matters.  In one area of expertise, the legal issues involved violations of the National Electrical Code and other electrical accident investigations. The other area of expertise involves the design and analysis of electronic systems.




Expert Witness Code : 2107

Summary:

This Expert Witness has extensive experience in Silicon Valley as an engineer, manager, owner of a small development lab that focused on machine controls and vice president of a start-up.  Following on, he consulted to the EU & World Bank on large gas pipeline project Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems and contracted to engineer about 60 water treatment control systems for multiple companies. At VPat Pantograph Corporation (now Newing-Hall Inc.), an engraving machine manufacturer, he was responsible for all engineering and product development. In recent years he has consulted to numerous pharmaceutical and medical device companies on compliance of computerized systems and information technology with FDA quality regulations. He has been an expert witness/consultant more than 23 legal cases. A recent case was the $2.25 billion penalty brought by the State of California against the utility PG&E. He holds BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering and is a licensed Electrical Engineer in California.  He served active roles in the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE). He holds one patent and is named on several others.

This Expert's professional and technical career focus includes these areas:

?  Custom machine controls and motion controls – board level, digital & analog circuit design, firmware and software. Devices include medical instruments, machine tools, hydraulic presses, submarine and aircraft inertial navigation systems, and engraving machines. 

?  SCADA and PLC based process control systems and process instrumentation design, implementation and commissioning – approximately 60 small to medium systems mostly for water treatment. Worked to consulting civil engineer’s plans and specifications under various supply contracts. Included electric power distribution for large machines.

?  EU and World Bank large SCADA projects – natural gas pipelines – electric power grid

?  Computerized system, Information system and IT security including data integrity in pharmaceutical, biotechnology & medical device manufacturing. Quality system development and risk based validation for compliance with FDA and SOX regulations.

?  Expert witness/litigation consulting including forensic investigations – over 23 cases involving SCADA, control systems, equipment. The cases involved supply contacts, patents, equipment failures, equipment & control system safety, and related patents.

He has been employed in these capacities over his career:

?  Practicing electronics design and micro system development engineer

?  Owner of a small micro system development lab in Silicon Valley

?  Engineering management –PLC, SCADA and control systems 

?  Vice President of Engineering – Pantograph Corporation of America




Expert Witness Code : 1109

Summary:

This Expert Witness has 43 years experience in the silicon industry.  He is an engineer, an entrepreneur and a teacher.  He was a founder of three successful start-up companies and taught graduate (UC Berkeley) and undergraduate (Cogswell College) evening courses for 15 years.  He is a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of California and he holds 10 patents. 

He has provided expert witness litigation support in 13 cases over the past 25 years including patent, trade secret, breach of contract and product quality.  He has generated numerous documents, been deposed and testified at Markman hearing, arbitration hearing, trial by Judge and trial by jury. He was also appointed as a Neutral Referee by Santa Clara Superior court.  




Expert Witness Code : 5073

Summary:

This Ph.D is the Director of the Electronic Materials and Devices Center at a major  University.  He teaches courses primarily in the field of Integrated Circuit Processing, in the departments of General Engineering, Materials Engineering, and Electrical Engineering. He has developed and managed the IC Labs at the University.  In addition, He has held more than 100 sessions of a three day laboratory short course on Microfabrication in the IC Labs. The short course is attended by industry professionals from all over the world. He also does this course in-house for industry companies.  Before joining the University in 1988, he spent fifteen years in Silicon Valley's semiconductor industry.  He is still active in industry, part time, as an industry consultant and Expert Witness.




Expert Witness Code : 7725

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of academic and industry experience in the field of medical electronics systems and instrumentation.  He has spent the last twenty years focused on the development of medical technologies for several California-based companies.  He brings extensive experience supervising virtually all phases of new product development including concept definition, prototyping, design, clinical trials, FDA clearance, regulatory compliance including UL, CSA, CE listings, patenting and technology licensing.  He is an experienced Expert Witness both as a background consultant and testimonial expert.




Expert Witness Code : 0496

Summary:

This Ph.D is an experienced international broadcasting manager, communications educator and consultant, project manager and sales and marketing advisor.  During his 30 years as an international broadcasting manager, he has managed and restructured radio stations and networks in major and medium markets in the U.S. and internationally. He has also provided a broad range of consulting services to major corporations, both domestic and international, and the United States Government in sales and marketing, operational startups, turnaround situations, staffing, programming, cost containment, acquisitions, and divestures.   




Expert Witness Code : 2212

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an expert in the design and development of medical devices and biomedical applications, and also in issues related to patents and intellectual property in this field. He specializes in the application of mechanical engineering principles to the design, development, and analysis of medical products and understanding the issues and environment associated with their use. He works extensively with both start-ups and established companies in the biotechnology and medical device industries to provide the resources needed to accelerate their internal R&D efforts.

This Expert Witness' current research activities include medical device development, shape memory materials, MEMs and sensors, wireless technology, and simulation/modeling of device deployment and manufacturing processes.  He has litigation experience involving patents, ITC actions, and product liability, and has testified in both deposition and trial. 




Expert Witness Code : 4047

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a professor of Computer Science at a major University, where he teaches and conducts research in computer vision, human-computer interaction, and innovative interface technologies.  He is also Chair of the Media Arts Technology Program, where the focus is on research in imaging, interaction, and innovative interfaces.  He has worked on computer vision technologies for Microsoft Corp., Teleos Research, and Martin Marietta Aerospace.  His Ph.D. is from the Media Laboratory at MIT.  He has founded and organized several professional conferences and workshops, and is the chair-elect of the International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces.  He is on the editorial board of the Image and Vision Computing Journal and is the chair-elect of the International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces.




Expert Witness Code : 5198

Summary:

This expert witness is versed in marketing for startup ventures and established corporations alike.  He is author of two books on dealing with credit.  He is known to thousands from his radio show "and he has also appeared on ABC, CBS and NBC television, he has been heard nationally on "American Scene," quoted in numerous publications.




Expert Witness Code : 4066

Summary:

This expert witness is responsible for a full range of professional services to law firms,  commercial businesses, professional practices and individuals, as well as representation in all types of financial transactions including litigation support services, corporate finance, asset based and secured lending, lease finance, international finance, debt restructuring and reorganization.

 




Expert Witness Code : 8443

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a technology executive with more than 30 years of accomplishments in building and leading software organizations.  He has experience in product marketing and business development, corporate development, venture investments and services management for both eBusiness software and Fortune 200 firms. 




Expert Witness Code : 7896

Summary:

This Expert is a Professional Engineer and Consultant with experience, education, and training in the fields of Mechanical Engineering, Transportation and Traffic Engineering, and Forensic Engineering.  His practice currently focuses on providing Transportation Safety consulting services to legal, insurance, governmental, and corporate clients throughout North America.  Specific areas of expertise include vehicle collision reconstruction, commercial vehicle crash investigation and analysis, highway work zone traffic control safety, roadway design and traffic control devices, vehicle system components and dynamics, and driver factors and transportation safety statistics.  His ongoing Transportation Safety research and international safety policy consulting has resulted in many peer-reviewed publications and presentations at technical conferences and professional forums around the globe.  He has provided expert witness testimony in criminal proceedings and civil litigation at the deposition, mediation, and jury trial levels in 13 states.




Expert Witness Code : 4818

Summary:

This expert witness is a Design Engineering and Product Development professional with extensive expertise in the areas of invention, design, development, engineering and manufacturing of hard goods, consumer products, toys, medical devices, gear trains and mechanisms, government and industrial products.  His expertise successfully lends itself to projects that have difficult or conflicting design requirements, especially where the project requires the development or invention of new mechanisms or gear trains.

In cases where the project is an outgrowth of an existing item, he reduces part count, improves reliability, and adds functionality to products by rethinking existing mechanisms and/or developing new kinematic solutions.  He has an excellent understanding of patents from a design and engineering perspective; he is also the inventor or co-inventor of several utility and design patents.




Expert Witness Code : 7277

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of academic and industry experience specializing in product service planning, business management, after sales service policy and implementation, field service organization and operations.  He has myriad books, articles and made numerous presentations on these subjects and others related to customer support and service strategies.  He is an experienced Expert Witness having testified at deposition at both deposition and trial on subjects related to service parts inventory and Anti Trust issues.




Expert Witness Code : 7135

Summary:

This Expert provides expert technical consulting services based on more than forty-seven (47) years of broad based mechanical engineering experience, toy and product design, development and manufacturing experience, domestic and  overseas manufacturing  experience and toy and product safety management.  He has actively worked with major U.S. breakfast cereal companies (Kellogg’s,General Mills, Quaker Oats and Ralston) to design and manufacture the toys and housewares that were used as giveaway premiums and retail sales.  The safety issues involved with this customer base are known to be the most stringent in the industry.  He also has experience in the design and manufacturing of retail based toys and consumer products, as well as candy and candy novelty items.

This Expert's consulting experience includes legal consulting for patent attorneys involving design, construction and manufacturing evaluations, as well as for companies manufacturing products overseas.   His plastic products design skills include over 17 years of 2D and 3D CAD (Cadkey® and SolidWorks® systems) and RapidPrototyping and Additive Manufacturing (SLA, SLS,and Polyjet models).  He has a working relationship with the Bureau Veritas Safety Laboratories in both the United States and Asia, with focus mainly on toy and consumer products.




Expert Witness Code : 8046

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years experience with voice and wireless communications technology systems, including large-scale project management, and disaster recovery for mission-critical systems.  His areas of expertise include wireless system planning, deployment, and operations; telecommunications voice technology; microwave and satellite planning and deployment; voice network design; telephone system interconnection for special services, and telecommunications contract administration.




Expert Witness Code : 3850

Summary:

This expert witness has over 45 years of senior engineering management experience involved in the design and development of complex Integrated Circuits.  He has held various high level engineering and operations positions with major high technology companies.  His experience includes the delivery of system level solutions to the marketplace, and product experience with microprocessors, ASIC and custom Integrated Circuits technology.




Expert Witness Code : 4114

Summary:

This expert is a Professor ofComputer Science with over thirty years experience in the field spanningindustry, academia, and military. His expertise is primarily in operatingsystems and storage systems, touching upon all aspects of those includinghardware, software, security, networking, performance, virtualization, anddesign.

 

He has served asexpert witness in nearly twenty cases in the past ten years, written numerousreports and declarations, analyzed systems and source code, been deposedmultiple times, and testified in trial twice; his experience includes over twodozen IPRs in just the past few years. His litigation experience is roughly two-thirds on the defendants’ side,working for some of the nation’s most prestigious law firms, with a mix ofsmall and large clients. The cases were patent/IP matters involving all aspectsof storage systems, operating systems, and cyber-security.





Expert Witness Code : 1380

Summary:

This Ph.D has combined over fifteen years of academic and industry experience in animal science with a focus on dairy nutrition and dairy husbandry.  She has been an independent consultant since 2003 with a focus on farm nutrition and feed formulation. 




Expert Witness Code : 5847

Summary:

This Expert Witness has been involved with PCB fabrication and assembly for more than thirty-five years.  His expertise includes the manufacture of equipment for circuit board fabrication and assembly of through-hole and surface mount technologies.  In addition to his background in automated assembly and cleaning, he is recognized for his expertise in surface mount reflow soldering technology and in the design and implementation of SMT placement equipment and reflow soldering systems.  Having held key technical and management positions with Vitronics Corporation, Excellon-Micronetics and Universal Instruments Corporation, he has extensive hands-on experience with set-up and troubleshooting through-hole and SMT processes throughout the world.  This Expert Witness is a popular speaker and workshop instructor.  He has chaired and instructed at numerous seminars and conferences in North America, Europe, and the Pacific Rim.




Expert Witness Code : 6033

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a practicing real-time software engineer with a strong background in communication protocols, avionics, airborne software safety and the Java and Ada programming languages.  He is a contributor at the industry level to international standards including DO-178C - Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification, used around the world by certification authorities such as the FAA, Transport Canada and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).  He is currently active in the development of the Air Ground Information Exchange (AGIE) protocol for communication involving civil aircraft, and the Managment of Air Ground Information Communications (MAGIC) for the standards organization ARINC.

He has a strong background in real-time software issues, especially real-time communications and embedded software systems ranging from financial communication protocols to global positioning satellite (GPS) receivers.  While at Sun Microsystems, he was part of the team porting the Java Virtual Machine to real-time embedded systems.  Additionally, he has been an active developer of Java-based web applications, an area of expertise for which he has been an expert witness on two cases, the most recent of which resulted in a $26 million verdict in favor of his client.

He has been an instructor at the college level in programming, software engineering and the Unix operating system.




Expert Witness Code : 6237

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 12 years of Biomedical Engineering experience with emphasis on design, safety, management, education and training. He has also founded three medical device companies, is a consulting Assistant Professor of Surgery at Stanford University and an assistant attending trauma surgeon at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center.  He is a graduate of the General Surgery program at UCSF, inventing new technologies along the way and accumulating numerous patents in surgical devices, stent coatings, and nanotechnology




Expert Witness Code : 0102

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a technology expert with 30 years of experience in product design and development, process development, package engineering, manufacture,regulatory clearance and business development for medical devices.  His experience ranges from surgical implants(biomaterials, wound healing, bioresorbables, orthopedics, cardiovascular surgery, urology, neurosurgery, ophthalmics and gastroenterology) to consumer products and over-the-counter drugs (family planning, oral care, skin care and consumer packaging), and environmental sensors; and, in products for the U.S.as well as international markets.  He has specialized in the biological response (both short term and long term) to implant materials, and how to control those responses.  His technical expertise is in the arena of materials science, especially biomaterials, materials compatibility, materials processing, surface modification techniques and materials characterization(both for product development and for failure analysis).  He has also provided expert witness services for patent infringement, patent invalidity and product liability cases.




Expert Witness Code : 2585

Summary:

This Expert has over 35 years of experience in the research, design and development of gas turbines and high efficiency power generation technology.  He managed major R&D programs worldwide,working with US & Foreign manufacturers and government agencies. The DOD/DOE agencies include DOE/ NETL, ATD/AMRDEC, NASA, NAVY, WPAFB, SOCOM & TACOM.  He was responsible for Micro-Turbine Engine Development & Technology at Capstone Turbine Corp.  He directed all Helicopter Propulsion and Research Programs for Rolls-Royce Aero Engines in North America.  The UAV programs included RQ-8 Fire scout, Eagle Eye, Global Hawk and CRW R&D.  At GE, he managed major programs.  He was involved in hands-on engineering and management methods working with new technologies, diversified applications and many major commercial and government-related R&D programs. This Expert performed major roles in numerous military aircraft and helicopter programs, working with worldwide partners. He served as a Member of the NASA/NASTAC Rotor Craft subcommittee while at Rolls-Royce.




Expert Witness Code : 0467

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at a major and prominent Institute & State University.  He received his B.S.M.E. and M.S.M.E. from MIT in 1969.  He began his career at Charles Stark Draper Laboratories and he spent over ten years at Westinghouse in various product design and manufacturing departments before returning to academia.  In 1986 he received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and then taught there for eight years before coming to his current University. His 40 years of research experience in industry and academia have included the development and teaching of integrated design-manufacturing methods, and the design and development of advanced automation equipment and robotics.  He holds 16 US patents, has published over 175 papers in various international technical journals and conference proceedings, and drives a 1975 Morris Mini.  Among his many inventions is his Wire Harness Flexible Manufacturing System; one of the industry’s first CAD driven systems producing finished wiring assemblies from raw materials.  Early in his career, he pioneered the development master/slave remote robot systems for the nuclear service industry.  He invented a Design for Assembly calculator and developed a quantification of Dexterity.  His current research interests include energy-efficient design-manufacturing systems for machining, assembly,and advanced robotics.  He has advised the SAE Formula Racing Team and chaired the EFO Executive Committee.  He is a Professional Engineer, and member of ASME.




Expert Witness Code : 7465

Summary:

This expert witness has over 17 years working as an engineer and executive with over 10 years experience in smart card and related technology. His recent focus has been in biometrics, Government and healthcare applications. His management experience includes future Research and Development planning, technical direction and hands-on development. He also has extensive experience in building successful hardware and software systems. Some of his work is used by thousands of people everyday.




Expert Witness Code : 1168

Summary:

This expert witness has 38 years of research, engineering and management experience with security-related technologies, software engineering,and product development.  He is an expert in computer security, providing consulting expertise for security analysis, research,development and evaluation, and expert witness services in computer software-and security-related litigation and patent matters.  He is an adjunct professor and a member of the Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of Information Assurance (CASPIA) at a California University. His research interests include methods and tools for principled approaches to the compositional construction and certification of high-assurance, secure,distributed and IoT systems.

He is technical director, for The Open Group UK, of the European Commission's Distributed MILS (D-MILS) project, technical director for a new project, CITADEL, to develop dynamic and adaptive MILS systems, and a contributor to the EC ProSEco project (IoT for manufacturing), and the PHANTOM Project (MILS on heterogeneous computing platforms), is active in the leadership of The Open Group's Real-Time and Embedded Systems Forum,chairman of the MILS API Working Group, a delegate to the International Standards Organization's SC27 (Security Techniques) Working Group 3 (security evaluation), organizer of the first Common Criteria Forum Workshop, and eight-time organizer of the Layered Assurance Workshop (LAW).  He currently participates in the Common Criteria User’s Forum, and has contributed to the Common Criteria technical communities developing the Operating System Protection Profile, the Mobile Device Protection Profile, and the Server Virtualization Protection Profile.  He also developed the MILS Network System PP,and the MILS Platform PP.

He serves as a member of the External Oversight Group for the CRASH-worthy Trustworthy Systems Research and Development (CTSRD) project (part of the DARPA CRASH Program) performed by Cambridge University and SRI International, and an observer of the DARPA Mission-Oriented Resilient Clouds Program.  He was a contributor to a US Marine Corps trusted smart phone project and to MILS research projects at SRI International. He has been the consulting security expert for Lynx Software Technologies’ secure operating systems development,contributor to Sun's Trusted Solaris development and evaluation, and contributor and program manager of both the Kernelized Secure Operating System(KSOS) and Provably Secure Operating System (PSOS) projects.




Expert Witness Code : 4212

Summary:

This Ph.D. is the founder and CEO of a company that promotes computer modeling of reactive flows.  She received her Ph.D. from the University of California at San Diego where she conducted research in chemical kinetics with Forman A. Williams, a pioneer in the field of combustion and the author of Combustion Theory book.

After receiving her doctorate, she went to work in industry as a development engineer, working on the CHEMKIN software package. She then transitioned from the research and development group to sales and marketing, where she was the go-to technical person for the company's customers and distributors.

She has created and taught courses on the computer simulation of reactive flows and trained professionals all over the globe, including the USA, Canada, China, Japan and Germany. She has published papers in peer-reviewed journals and has presented technical talks at conferences such as International Symposium on Combustion, ASME Turbo Expo, and AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit.




Expert Witness Code : 3012

Summary:

This Ph.D is a Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at a major University, where he holds the Computer Engineering Chair.  His research interests are centered in computer engineering and include: the computer-aided design of digital systems, design verification, simulation, and design for testability, the modeling of logic networks, automatic test pattern generation, distributed computation, communications, and fault-tolerant computing.




Expert Witness Code : 3705

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of professional experience as an industry practitioner and academic with a focus on database technology.  After graduation he worked in for IBM designing circuits and horizontal microcode for the IBM 3090 mainframe computer.  He received his doctorate from Harvard University in Applied Mathematics with research in the design and verification of concurrent data structures for databases.

He currently teaches at a major University, since joining he has worked on data intensive algorithms and applications, including data structures, pattern matching, secure file systems, genomics, time series analysis, database tuning and machine learning.  He is the author of six books of puzzles, a biography about great computer scientists, and technical books about database tuning, bio