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Expert Witness Code : 1781

Summary:

This Expert has 28 years of experience in computer science, computer networks and software engineering.  He is the principal consultant at a technology consulting firm specializing in intellectual property consulting for telecommunications, web publishing, eCommerce technologies, financial systems, and banking systems.  He has nine years of experience providing expert testimony for patent litigation and software & application disputes in e-commerce, search engines, financial services, internet copyright and telecommunications cases providing expert reports, depositions, and trial testimony.  

He is an IT Director and Patent consultant specializing in Telecommunications and IT operations, strategic Telco applications, Computer and Storage asset management and disposition. Companies consulted for include Verizon, Deustche Telekom, PTT Netherlands, Bell Canada, Qwest. He has been an expert for 24 cases including 12 Telecommunications and Call Center software & patent litigation cases. 




Expert Witness Code : 9007

Summary:

This Ph.D. has twenty-five years of academic experience involving drug metabolism, synthetic organic chemistry, enzymology, oxygen radical chemistry, analytical techniques, glutathione analysis, NADPH analysis, DNA damage analysis, identification of plant derived compounds and other related biomedical fields.  His research efforts over the past decade have focused on oxidative stress in the brain and the discovery of natural product molecules that may ameliorate neurodegeneration involved in stroke, Parkinsons Disease and aging.




Expert Witness Code : 8911

Summary:

This expert is a marketing-sales consultant with over 40 years experience in new product development, specializing in business-to-business technical products.  He holds an M.B.A. in Marketing and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University.  He served as a Cornell MBA business trainer sharing his experience in evaluation and development of new products, revitalization of existing products and management of sales channels.  He is a highly versed researcher, having performed market research and analysis that defines key market information including market size, growth rate, key market segments, primary competitors and market shares, key trends and the special culture of the market.  He has also prepared Economic Loss research on lost share, sales and profits.  Because of his in-depth knowledge of independent sales channels, he can easily summarize and quantify key facts concerning contract disputes.  He is an experienced testifying expert having been engaged in 47 cases, authored 39 expert reports, been deposed 13 times, and testified in 3 jury trials and 2 arbitration hearings.




Expert Witness Code : 3353

Summary:

This Ph.D's corporate credentials span three decades of regulatory, analytical and product development for pharmaceutical leaders such as Johnson and Johnson and Schering Plough. As a pharmaceutical executive, she has led high-performance teams in establishing product leadership positions, provided scientific input on strategic planning and acquisitions, and consistently worked to reduce product development cycle and approval times.  As an executive and career coach, she has concentrated on leadership training, change management, managing transitions, intercultural coaching, and technical leadership.  She is a member of the International Coaching Federation.




Expert Witness Code : 0286

Summary:

This Expert Witness received his Ph.D. in 2012 from the Biomedical Engineering department at USC for his work on fluid—based tactile vibration sensing and the development of Bayesian exploration.  He is also a co-founder of a company that manufactures biomimetic tactile sensors and has been the lead systems engineer on the development of this technology since the company's founding in ‘08.  As Director of Research, his interests are in developing applications of tactile sensing in robotics, tele robotics and prosthetics. His areas of interest include thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, PDEs, machining, FEA, electronics, and PIDs.  This Expert Witness has superb research capabilities and can help prepare arguments on prior art that either support or invalidate IP in question.




Expert Witness Code : 2736

Summary:

This expert witness specializes in industrial accidents, product liability, electrical accidents, and patent infringement litigation.  He has invented and designed mechanical and electro-mechanical devices of great diversity. These include robots, numerical controls, computer peripherals, space vehicles and components, simulators, mail sorter memory, heart-lung machine, automatic test-and-sort and other manufacturing equipment for semiconductors and other products, transducers, switchgear, engine components. Notably, he invented the Decimal Keeper slide rule now housed in the Smithsonian and Oxford Science Museums.




Expert Witness Code : 8845

Summary:

This expert witness is a professional engineer with extensive economic and financial background and thirty years of experience in power sector consulting.  He has assisted public utilities, private investors and their lenders in the technical, economic and financial analysis of hydroelectric developments, thermal plants, transmission lines, distribution networks and fuel supply facilities in North America and more than fifty countries.  His experience also includes assistance to regulators and power sector authorities in the development of legal frameworks and he has conducted cost-of-service and electricity tariff studies in many countries of different levels of development. As a technical advisor to investment banks and legal counsel he has provided expertise during privatizations, contract negotiations and serving expert testimony involving power contract litigation.  As officer of the US consulting firm Hagler Bailly, he developed one of the most recognized power sector consulting practice in Latin America which he directed between 1995 and 1999 achieving extensive regional coverage.




Expert Witness Code : 6371

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 20 years of wireless communications experience gained from working in three continents.  He is currently an independent consultant providing expertise on cellular technologies, wireless devices, network infrastructure and wireless rules and regulations to a client base of attorneys, intellectual property organizations, investment and research institutions, public listed and private companies.  He has 40 academic and commercial publications and presentations, and is lead inventor on three patents.  He is Senior Member of the IEEE and is author of “Multi-Gigabit Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Wireless Communications,” Artech House, 2010.




Expert Witness Code : 7855

Summary:

This expert witness has more than 43 years experience as a consultant, programmer, and software company entrepreneur.  He has 26 years experience in the PC software area. He has designed and implemented numerous commercial software products and has been an independent consultant since 1973.  He has served on the national board of the Software Publishers Association ( now known as the Software and Information Industry Association ).  Much of his development and consulting experience has been in the health care industries.  He has programmed in more than 20 programming languages, some of which he designed and implemented himself.  In addition to being a successful serial entrepreneur, he has worked as a management consultant for many startup and early stage software companies. 




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 : 9004

Summary:

This Ph.D has more than twenty-five years of experience in chemical engineering, applied research, and creative development for the design of process equipment and applications. He has extensive engineering experience in liquid mixing applications and equipment. Additionally, he has experience in solids mixing, heat transfer, distillation and mass transfer, plus combustion, catalytic, and reaction kinetics. He also has a strong background in computer utilization for design, simulation, and analysis.




Expert Witness Code : 2957

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an acoustical consultant, music technologist, forensic audio-video-digital media analyst, and expert witness on a variety of audio technology and forensic audio-related cases.  He has worked in the area of forensic audio since 1987, and became Director of the Audio Forensic CSA in 2001.  He also holds a research position at NASA Ames Research Center and is an adjunct faculty member at McGill University.  He has authored four US patents and over 80 books, conference papers and journal publications, and has qualified as an expert in both Federal and State Courts.




Expert Witness Code : 5033

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 20 years of experience in polymer rheology and polymer processing. He has consulted extensively for major companies including DuPont, ExxonMobil, Daikin, Solvay Solexis, Donaldson Co., Chevron Phillips and others.  He currently, and since 1991, holds a position as professor in the department of chemical and biological engineering at a major University.  His main research interests are in the area of applied polymer rheology, and processing with an emphasis on solving practical problems through the use of rheological techniques. He has published over 180 technical papers on polymer rheology and polymer processing, and has given over 80 presentations in conferences and over 50 invited talks in industries, universities and conferences. He is also the co-author of five patents and one book on polymer processing instabilities.   




Expert Witness Code : 1343

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over twenty-five years of experience in technology investigations and research covering a diverse range of subjects including the Internet, data communications and intellectual property.  He is an adjunct professor at a University and has presented professional training seminars there on Data Privacy and Security and Network Forensics. 

He also consults for Fortune 500 clients on issues including application performance, reliability and security.  His opinions are sought after by firms in banking, finance, publishing and manufacturing.  In the area of litigation support, he consults on matters involving Internet technology.  These matters include:  unauthorized use of network resources, service level agreements, web site break-in, pornography in the workplace, web site trespassing, spam, patent infringement and licensing.  He has testified on these issues in state and federal court.  He has published extensively, presented lectures and professional training courses and is a named inventor in 13 patents.

He has also co-founded and was Chief Technical Officer of two data communications startups, one of the world's first fiber optic components firmsand the first firm to develop and standardize commercial fiber optic data communication systems for use in Local Area Networks.  He chaired the IEEE committee that created the international standard for fiber optic Ethernet.




Expert Witness Code : 2784

Summary:

This expert witness is President his own Engineering company. His company has for over 18 years been providing forensic and investigative engineering services and litigation support, specializing in industrial and construction safety. He has particular experience in pulp, paper, lumber and food manufacturing, also in industrial construction.




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 : 7334

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of experience in numerical analysis and modeling techniques or all types, the last twenty of which were spent exclusively in the area of financial analysis. He has been retained as an expert witness in the most prominent securities litigations in the United States and in Europe.  His main contribution to case material normally consists of preparing witnesses before trial and/or writing reports outlining the way the security or deal ought to have been properly valued. His valuation method has been published and is now in use at major Wall Street sell-side firms.




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 : 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 : 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 : 8895

Summary:

This Ph.D. is polymer expert with a solid chemistry and materials science background and considerable practical experience in the development of advanced materials, products and processes for a variety of industries including medical devices, pharmaceuticals and consumer healthcare.  He has particular technical expertise in formulation and applications of synthetic and natural polymeric materials for use in functional medical devices and controlled release of pharmaceuticals.  His experience includes research management, product development, manufacturing, technology assessment, and intellectual property.  He is also a prolific inventor with thirty-one US patents and numerous foreign patents issued to date.  He has been engaged by several major law firms involved in various aspects of patent litigation concerning the use of polymers in various devices.  He has performed for these law firms both behind the scenes and as a testifying technical expert witness.  Additionally, this Ph.D. is a registered US patent agent with an in depth understanding of current US patent law as well as PCT procedures.




Expert Witness Code : 9906

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 25 years of experience in the research and development of navigation systems with particular emphasis in GPS, inertial navigation and integrated navigation.  He is internationally recognized for his work in characterizing the GPS error source known as multipath and has been a pioneer in the development of GPS software-defined receiver technology.  He is an experienced Expert Witness in GPS intellectual property issues. 




Expert Witness Code : 6754

Summary:

This Ph.D. possesses strong engineering background and ability to turn forward-looking academic research and novel concepts into products. He is a scientist, educator, and technologist with over 25 years of experience.  He co-author of over 25 scientific publications, journal articles, and peer-reviewed papers and was named inventor on over 60 issued and filed patents. He is a Fellow and Lecturer at UC Berkeley Engineering – Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (CET) Industry. 

He was selected as Principal Investigator for three US Department of Defense (DARPA) projects, led research project on networking computation for the US Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), led and developed the first network resource scheduling service for grid computing, and led wireless research project for an undisclosed US federal agency.  He managed and engineered the first demonstrated transatlantic dynamic allocation of 10Gbs Lambdas as a grid service, spearheaded and planned the first demonstrated wire-speed active network on commercial hardware, and created and chaired Nortel Networks’ EDN Patent Committee. 




Expert Witness Code : 2584

Summary:

This Ph.D. is experienced in mobile telecommunications, wireless technologies, mobile computing including baseband and RF, as well as software applications. As the principal of IP-Consult,scientist, educator and wireless IP expert, he consults in the area of cellular, wireless mobile telecommunications and networking. He invented over 30 patents and applications, has lectured at many locations, worked for Intel,Nokia and Noise Free Wireless.

He has held prior positions at private and publicly traded companies such as Nokia (Nasdaq: NOK) and INTEL- DSPC. He also held research position affiliated with Stanford University at the Electrical Engineering department in the space of Discrete Time RF Processing and Microwave. His SW products are currently in world leading phones and telecommunications products.  This Ph.D. also worked at IP Valuations, where he conducted due diligence, negotiations, patent valuations and patent litigation. Throughout his career he has served at the 3GPP committee, consulted to financial institutes and law firms. He is holding 29 granted and applied patents, trademarks, presentations and publications.  He received his P.Engineering in EE from Tel Aviv Institute of Technology, BA in Computer Science from Tel Aviv University A.C.; Masters of Management from Bournemouth University, doctoral in Electrical Engineering from Bournemouth University, and post-graduate in CDMA engineering from the University of California.




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 : 9370

Summary:

This Expert is a senior level network architect and experienced technical project manager.  He has nearly thirty (30) years of experience designing and directing major IT, LAN/WAN projects, including multi-tier and multi-vendor network architecture, process re-engineering, network and systems contingency planning, mail and messaging systems, data center design, information security, on-line transaction processing, messaging middleware, object-oriented design, and distributed database technology.

He is fully versed and experienced with networks entailing multiple tiers of network gear, including: Cisco Catalyst switches (6509, 4006, 2948G-L3, 35xx, 29xx) and routers (7500's, 7200's, 3600's 2600's and 1600's).  His designs have emphasized fault tolerance and reliability through redundant paths and multi-homed Internet connections. His experience encompasses the complete evolution of Ethernet Switching combined with VLAN architecture through the current suite of protocols and architectures which apply prioritization (e.g. QoS) and per-VLAN-Spanning trees.

This Expert is a recognized expert in Network Design and Architecture and occasionally lectures at Columbia University in their evening program.  He is a recognized expert in data backup, e-mail retention and document preservation. 




Expert Witness Code : 5484

Summary:

This expert witness has over 40 years of software development, consulting, and expert testimony experience in many aspects of the computer field, from micros to mainframes, and in all areas of programming.  He is experienced in engineering, developing, product marketing, project management and company executive.  His forensic investigation experience includes reverse engineering.




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 : 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 : 9030

Summary:

This expert witness has over fifteen years experience working with and teaching emerging communications technologies.  Extensive work experience in the areas of systems engineering, software development, technical sales support, and forward looking technologies with switching and transmission systems in the telecommunications industry. 




Expert Witness Code : 9966

Summary:

This Sc.D. has over thirty-five years of academic and consulting experience with a focus on metallurgy and material sciences.  He is Professor Emeritus of the Division of Engineering at at a major University, with an outstanding background in education, and profound involvement in advancing the material sciences.  His publications cover the full range of metallurgy and material sciences, corrosive materials and coatings technology.  He is an experienced forensic engineer and Expert Witness with engagements in over 175 legal matters.




Expert Witness Code : 7605

Summary:

This Ph.D. has 32 years industrial experience in product development and research, as well as seven years as an assistant professor of electrical engineering.  He has also founded and led five companies,one as a system integrator, two providing engineering design service to start-up clients as well as established manufacturing companies, and one providing financial analysis and automated trading algorithm development service.  He is listed as co-inventor on six patents.




Expert Witness Code : 7332

Summary:

This expert witness has over 28 years of experience in the telecommunications industry.  His work experience has covered a broad range of disciplines including the development of requirements and standards for digital (VoIP) and analog telephone equipment and network systems and interfaces, developing and operating telecommunications testing laboratories, product design consulting, design and development of testing systems including hardware and software development, expert consulting and witnessing for patent litigation, development of intellectual property and filing of patents, software architectures and code development, hardware architectures and development, and the development and delivery of telecommunications training seminars (US and internationally).

He is currently the president of a company that provides consulting and testing services for the US telephone service providers and also for many internationally-based telecommunications product manufacturers.  He has extensive experience working with multi-national engineering teams with first-hand and hands-on experience in the telecommunications product development process from design conception, software and hardware prototyping, design testing, through final production and quality assurance.  He is the named inventor for patents issued while at Bellcore and at AST.  He is the author of many Bellcore requirements and recommendations documents and the prime contributor to many Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) standards (ANSI/TIA).  He is currently the vice-chairman of the TIA TR-41.3 sub-committee for Analog and Digital Wireline Telephones after serving as the chairman for TR-41.3 for seven years.  




Expert Witness Code : 6667

Summary:

This Ph.D has more than twenty years of industry and academic experience with information technology.  He has been involved with a number of companies and institutions spanning a wide range of technologies and approaches in the computer field.




Expert Witness Code : 9475

Summary:

This Ph.D has served as an expert witness for over 32 years in business and personal injury litigation and bankruptcy matters.  She analyzes financial, accounting, economic, business, real estate and valuation issues relating to liability and damages in litigation matters and reorganization of businesses.  The matters she has been involved in include breach of contract, intellectual property, unfair competition, construction, business interruption, business dissolutions, partnership disputes, professional malpractice, fraud and misrepresentations, bad faith, wrongful termination, personal injury, products liability and marital dissolution.  She has testified on numerous occasions in U.S. District Court, Superior Court, Bankruptcy Court, arbitrations and depositions.




Expert Witness Code : 4795

Summary:

This Ph.D has been a faculty member of a major University since 1989 in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department.  He has nearly 20 years experience in software engineering methodology and has authored numerous publications in this area.  He has provided consulting and training to companies on software engineering methodology and has also served as an expert witness in several cases involving software development and computer security issues. His main research interest is methodology to support the development, validation, and evolution of complex software systems.  He is currently investigating techniques for advanced software design, software testing, software security validation, intrusion detection, and mining of software repositories.




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 : 0972

Summary:

This expert witness provides aviation-related expert witness, accident investigation, consulting, and research services.  His specific areas and capabilities include aircraft accident investigation and causal analysis, engineering analysis and legal research for both forensic and operational purposes, pilot expert witness testimony, and training on operational,safety, or human factors related aviation topics.  His areas of expertise include flight operations, engineering, and human factors.




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 : 8719

Summary:

This expert witness has over 33 years of experience in the field of electrical engineering.  Before founding his own Corporation, he held such responsible positions as Chief Electrical Engineer, Electrical Department Manager and Project Engineer, for major Corporations.  His experience involves design and investigations of a variety of facilities including sewage treatment plants, refineries, fuel terminals, co-generation facilities, and numerous industrial, commercial, and governmental facilities.




Expert Witness Code : 9411

Summary:

This Expert Witness is an Electrical and Computer Engineer with over ten years of professional experience.  He has a Masters of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom. In addition, as a practicing engineer, he completed courses in the area of Computer Science. Currently, he is consulting as a technical expert, assisting with document and software review in various patent infringement cases.

Previously, he was a compiler engineer at Freescale Semiconductor. In that role, he collaborated with the hardware team on the design of future Digital Signal Processor (DSP) technologies, implemented and tested new features in the compiler and formally evaluated new technologies for potential use. Prior to that, he held various applications engineer roles, all in the area of DSP. In those roles, he implemented algorithms on various processors and improved software efficiency. Additionally, he travelled extensively domestically and internationally to present technical training to clients on DSP architecture, C programming and Assembly programming and to support clients with their use of the technology.




Expert Witness Code : 0841

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 20 years of industry experience in physics and is the recipient of numerous awards for his research in atomic, condensed matter, and optical physics.  His research interests include the study of atomic clusters, atomic and molecular physics, and nonlinear optics.  In the area of atomic clusters, he is focuses in the emergence of complex solid state properties out of the basic properties of molecules. This work involves both the production of ultra fine particles and the subsequent analysis of their electronic and material properties, primarily through the use of lasers.  His research in atomic physics centers on negative ions in strong radiations fields, and Rydberg and auto-ionizing states in one and two electron atoms. His focus in nonlinear optics has involved the production of short wavelength coherent radiation, using both pulsed and continuous-wave lasers, as well as a number of nonlinear laser spectroscopies.




Expert Witness Code : 3385

Summary:

This Ph.D has extensive experience in the electronic systems industry with emphasis on communications systems, e. g., Wi-Fi, and location systems such as GPS. He also has a strong background in analog RF design. His talent for hardware design was demonstrated by his most recent employment, where as CTO, he executed the design responsibilities for the analog interfaces to the transceiver and Power Amplifier, and design of the ASIC clocking system.

He is an internationally recognized expert in spread spectrum communication systems. Currently he has performed expert witness services in connection with legal disputes about Wi-Fi intellectual property.  As further evidence of his substantial expertise in spread spectrum systems, he has numerous patents in that field. 




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 : 8275

Summary:

This Expert witness has over 40 years experience in memory design and integrated circuit design, is a consultant in the field of high performance memories, ULSI designs, and technologies, and holds over five patents in this technology field.  He has been engaged as an expert witness on several patent infringement matters.  He has been deposed more than 15 times, appeared at trial twice, and prepared expert witness reports and tutorials for the court.




Expert Witness Code : 9924

Summary:

This Ph.D. is internationally known for his work in advanced polymers, particularly porous polymer materials, and for his contributions in the fields of Biochemistry and liquid chromatography.  He founded a Research Corporation for the purpose of providing expert witness and consulting services for problems involving chemistry, polymers and biotechnology. 




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 : 1854

Summary:

This expert witness has nearly twenty-years of experiences in the computer and information technology industry.  He is familiar with major cryptographic standards and APIs, including IBM's CCA, Microsoft's CAPI, GSS-API, GCS-API, PKCS #11 ( Cryptoki ), PKCS, and RSADI's BSAFE. He has written complex programs in Java, C/C++, PL/8, PL/8, Assembly, and REXX on most popular platforms, including Windows, OS/2, and Unix.




Expert Witness Code : 4605

Summary:

This Expert Witness is Principal of a consulting company providing user-interface and information-visualization development consulting services for mobile, Web,consumer electronics, vehicle systems, and other platforms, and for financial/banking, medical/healthcare, media, travel, vehicle information, and most other vertical markets.  In 1967 he became the world's first graphic designer to work full-time in computer graphics.  In the 1970s he programmed a prototype desktop-publishing page-layout application for the Picturephone (tm) at AT&T Bell Labs, programmed virtual reality spaces while a faculty member at Princeton University, and directed an international team of visual communicators as a Research Fellow at the East-West Center in Honolulu. 

In the 1980s he was a Staff Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory in Berkeley, and began research as a Co-Principal Investigator of a project funded by DARPA (US Department of Defense). In 1992, he received the National Computer Graphics Association's annual award for contributions to industry. In 2007, he was named an AIGA Fellow by the AIGA Cross-Cultural Design Center. In 2008, he was elected to ACM's CHI Academy. He is Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of User Experience (UX), an Editor of Information Design Journal, and sits on the Editorial Boards of Visible Language, Universal Access Journal,and the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.  This Expert Witness has written/co-written over 300 articles and written/co-written/edited/co-edited 16 books.   He has served expert witness clients since the 1990s in several different vertical markets, helped clients to visualize presentations of information to legal decision-makers, been deposed, and testified before the USPTO.




Expert Witness Code : 8184

Summary:

This expert witness is a results-oriented professional who has consistently delivered projects on time and on budget.  He has built an excellent network of US and international developers and strong relationships with 1st parties. He has 15+ years of successful internal and external game development and strong technical, design and production expertise in console, PC and online gaming.  He also speaks basic Japanese and is willing and able to travel extensively.




Expert Witness Code : 8437

Summary:

This expert witnes has thirty years of industry experience in mechanical and industrial design and manufacturing process.  For the past sixteen years he has acted as President and CEO of  a consulting and product development firm that specializes in new product development, engineering consulting, robotics, automation, optical disk mastering equipment, and computer-aided simulation.  His clientele includes US and Foreign manufacturers of myriad technologies including electronic, electrical and mechanical designs.




Expert Witness Code : 0248

Summary:

This Ph.D. is President of his own consulting firm providing expert testimony in injury biomechanics for both plaintiff and defense cases associated with personal injury, products liability, premises liability, wrongful death and medical malpractice. He routinely qualifies in court both as an engineering and a medical expert for cases involving motor vehicle accidents; slips, trips and falls; sports injuries, recreation and safety equipment; industrial injuries, ergonomics and repetitive stress syndromes; and medical malpractice.

He is a former director of the Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory at Harvard's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Maurice E. Mueller Professor of Biomechanics at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard / MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology. He received a Ph.D. at Northwestern University in 1970 and then spent post-doctoral years in Davos, Switzerland and Stockholm, Sweden. He taught at Stanford University and the University of Pennsylvania before joining the faculties at Harvard Medical School and MIT in 1979. He was named as the holder of the Maurice E. Mueller Professorship of Biomechanics.

He has received a number of awards, including the Borelli Award from the American Society of Biomechanics and the Bristol-Myers Squibb/Zimmer Institutional Grant for Excellence in Research in Orthopaedic Treatment. He is the author of 191 peer-reviewed publications, 63 chapters, and 3 books. He is perhaps best known for his research on the role of falling in the etiology of hip fracture, work that served to revise the notion that hip fractures result primarily from age-related bone loss, or osteoporosis.

He has served Oregon State University as Vice Provost for Research. He continues to conduct NIH-sponsored research and holds faculty appointments in Nutrition and Exercise Science.




Expert Witness Code : 7867

Summary:

This expert witness has nearly twenty years of experience as an industry practitioner and independent consultant.  His technical focus includes medical implantable devices, delivery systems and mechanical design of devices for the medical industry.  For the past ten years, he has been directly involved in the development of sophisticated medical devices including stents, non-invasive heart delivery systems, catheters and balloon distention devices.




Expert Witness Code : 8518

Summary:

This expert witness spent 30 years at Visa USA Inc. and Visa International during the time when Visa worldwide sales volume grew from $4 billion to $1 trillion.  Accomplishments include the planning and implementation of the BASE II electronic Clearing and Settlement System, the Visa ATM Network, the International Card Recovery Bulletin, and the evaluation of Visa options from developing advanced payment system options for Internet use.  Activities included management of interchange systems during the conversion of the real-time authorization system from DEC to IBM hardware and software; product enhancements and new product development; and the development, acceptance and implementation of Visa positions at the American Bankers Association ( ABA ), American National Standards Institute ( ANSI ), and International Standards Organization ( ISO ) standards committees.




Expert Witness Code : 5891

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of academic and industry experience in all aspects of software system design, development, implementation, and small group management, including:

  • Particular expertise in X Windows, Motif, graphical user interfaces, algorithms, and relational databases.
  • Experience has been in a broad spectrum of technology, in several languages and in a wide variety of applications.
  • Exceptional problem solving skills: understand the problem, research what is known, derive methods of attack, and implement solutions first conceptually and then in software.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Presents well in interpersonal contacts, explains complex concepts clearly, and writes well on levels ranging from scientific to end user documentation.




Expert Witness Code : 4738

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over twenty-five years of industry experience in engineering, project and technical marketing management.  He is considered a visionary technology spokesman in the data storage industry having brought many disk drive products and technologies to market successfully.  He is skilled in all aspects of recording head and media design, qualification and drive integration; RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks), Striped Disk Arrays, SAN (Storage Area Networks), NAS (Networked Attached Storage) and other high capacity disk and storage technologies; drive troubleshooting and quality, and the cost control considerations of disk drive manufacturing.




Expert Witness Code : 6160

Summary:

This expert witness is a seasoned IT professional who has led or been otherwise involved in numerous projects in a number of fields ( e.g. advanced identification and security, communications, payment / financial, and hardware and software technology ) from initial concept, overall strategy formulation to specific implementations as a Security Director / Program Manager




Expert Witness Code : 7242

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a researcher with both theoretical and practical experience in wireless communications and networks with over 20 years of experience in industry and academia.  He has published over 80 publications, taught courses at both graduate and undergraduate levels and provided consulting services to private, state, and federal entities in telecommunications,networking, sensing, and bio-medical areas. 




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 : 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 : 4285

Summary:

This expert witness has more than 20 years experience in product development in computer design, data communications and telecommunications technologies. In recent years he has focused on applying his strong technical skills in intellectual property issues which includes conducting prior art studies, offensive and defensive infringement analysis, claim construction charts for Markman hearings, invalidity charts, infringement claim charts, court tutorials and product analysis to uncover licensing opportunities from large patent portfolios. he has participated in many technology standards organizations, including FDDI, IETF, ATM Forum, and ITU.




Expert Witness Code : 0978

Summary:

This expert witness has over 35 years experience in mechanical engineering and specializes in new product development.  He has served as President, V.P. of Engineering and Chief Engineer for several Research and Development organizations involved in the development of mechanical and electronic products.  He was the Director of Research and Development for a medical product manufacturer of infant incubators, infant radiant warmers, and suction/oxygen therapy products, and was primarily responsible for product conformance to U.S. and international regulatory/safety standards.  He also served as the Engineering Manager and Chief Engineer for several automotive supplier and Research and Development organizations, with expertise in design, development and testing of automotive components and systems. 

He has served as an expert witness in patent infringement matters involving mechanical and electrical products, as well as testifying in City, County, State and Federal courts as a mechanical, automotive and/or safety engineer.  The cases involved medical product design (infant care, suction and oxygen, medical gas delivery, surgical instruments, surgical blankets, pacemakers, guidewires, hospital beds and equipment).

He is the holder of 15 U.S. Patents. 




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 : 3457

Summary:

This Ph.D. has directed university research efforts in navigation and surveillance for over twenty years, with a specialization in GPS receiver architecture developments.  In 1994 he founded a company that develops advanced GPS software and hardware for civilian and military markets.  The innovative navigation and tracking capabilities, significantly improve the accuracy, performance, and flexibility of complex GPS/INS systems in difficult operating environments.  He was a faculty fellow with both NASA and the National Transportation Systems Center.  He also served on the National Academy of Engineering Panel on the future of GPS, where he focused on GPS enhancements for the military.  Over the last twenty years he has carried out a variety of studies for government and industry in navigation, surveillance and multiple access communications, and has published numerous papers and holds a number of patents. 




Expert Witness Code : 8920

Summary:

This Ph.D. retired as an aerospace industry executive in 2005. Presently his consulting practice includes new product development consulting for the Aerospace Fastener and Aircraft Interiors industries, as well as litigation consulting in the areas of mechanisms, latches and fasteners.  

Before retiring, he co-invented and led the development of the post-9/11 secure ( terrorist-proof ) cockpit door decompression latches now installed on half the world's fleet of aircraft. Previously he invented and commercialized the first viable blind fastening system for laminated composites. After 24 years, that system remains the world's most-used fastener for composite airframe assembly.  Recent litigation consulting projects have included aircraft engine cylinder head bolt failure analysis, helicopter cargo door latch failures and motor home retractable bunk mechanism analysis.




Expert Witness Code : 8198

Summary:

This Ph.D. is the professor of Mechanical Engineering at a major university and has previously lectured at University of Pennsylvania’s EXMSE Program and at the University of California Irvine.  He is a past chairman of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Robotics/FMS and a founding member of the Massachusetts Quality Award.  He is the founder of the New England Lead Free Consortium, with of over 30 contributing companies which are engaged in electronics products and supply chain since its inception in 1999.  The consortium is actively researching, testing and evaluating materials and processes for lead-free and RoHS compliance, and converting to nano technology. It is funded by TURI, EPA, NSF and the member companies.  The consortium has published over 40 papers; some translated into Asian languages and won a regional EPA environmental Merit Award for business category in May 2006.  He is the author of several best-selling books on Concurrent Engineering, Six Sigma, Green Design and Engineering Project Management (in editing). He contributed 2 chapters and over 100 technical publications in his fields of research. 

This expert is an international consultant, trainer and seminar provider on lead-free, quality, Six Sigma and DoE as well as project management, technology supply chains, product design and development and electronics manufacturing and automation.  He worked for 22 years in high technology companies developing new products and state of the art manufacturing technologies. He was the speaker for the HP Executive Seminars on Concurrent Product/Process Design, Mechanical CAD Design and Test and the Motorola Six Sigma Institute.  He received B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Management from MIT, an M.S. degree in Computer Science from WPI, and a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts. He resides in Framingham, Massachusetts.




Expert Witness Code : 7909

Summary:

This expert specializes in the specification, design and development of computer systems for communications.  His experience has focused on three primary disciplines; networking equipment, network & wireless protocols, telecommunications systems and the Linux and UNIX operating systems.  He has been an active contributor to standards and industry organizations including the Wi-Fi Alliance supporting 802.11 wireless networking, the DSL Forum, and DAVIC for multimedia distribution.  He has acted in various management and project leadership roles ranging up to Director of Software Engineering and Principal Engineer.  He is a named inventor and co-inventor on several patents.  He is an experienced expert witness having worked on several intellectual property disputes.




Expert Witness Code : 6209

Summary:

This expert has over 35 years of automotive safety research and development, accident reconstruction, concept vehicle design and manufacture as a scientist, project manager, senior project engineer, designer, development, manufacturing and test engineer. He is qualified as a motor vehicle accident reconstruction and bio-mechanical engineering expert.  He is recognized as an expert in automobile safety having given testimony before the US Congress, and interviewed by CBS News, Public Eye, Bryant Gumbal & Fox News.  He is a former professional driver and has been directly involved in vehicle performance and handling track testing.  This expert's automotive engineering experience includes:

  • Motor Vehicle Design and Manufacture
  • 2-Cycle and 4-Cycle Engine Technology
  • Transmission, suspension, intake and exhaust system, chassis system, brake design, tire, fuel system and safety fuel tank systems design and fabrication, including aluminum, steel, fiberglass and HDPE (plastic) fuel tanks w/fuel cell foam, flexible fuel cells and bladders.
  • Designed an industry first all carbon graphite fiber motorcycle, gas shock absorber for racing motorcycles, non-linear suspension a torque/chain reduction device for motorcycles, reed valves for two cycle motorcycle engines, and roll, pitch & yaw optimization design goals for motorcycles and cars.




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 : 8384

Summary:

This Ph.D is an internationally experienced V.P./Director of Technology, well known for micro-electronic industry manufacturing and technology leadership. He was most recently acknowledged for successfully applying technical knowledge in support of a broad range of IDM and fabless semiconductor company's assembly and packaging needs.




Expert Witness Code : 3141

Summary:

This Physics Ph.D. has over 25 years experience as a technical manager, researcher, scientist and executive at high technology companies.  He is a proven, visionary and innovative leader of data storage and hard disk drive technology development and product development engineering.  He managed the creation and development of leading-edge data storage technologies into new products to provide a sustained competitive advantage.   He introduced key hard disk drive "firsts" that enabled first-to-market and performance advantages, including: creating and developing first to market tunneling heads; and, inventing the first thermally reliable giant magnetoresistive heads and is listed as an inventor on 16 Patents.




Expert Witness Code : 1912

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of experience in digital signal processing, digital audio, digital music, speech processing, and consumer audio devices.  He has been a lecturer, programmer, researcher, research director, engineering product-development director, and consultant.  He has expert knowledge in the development of audio-related algorithms, software, and products.  He brings also skills in machine learning, sound perception, and standards development.  This Expert Witness has numerous patents and publications and has extensive experience in teaching and public speaking.




Expert Witness Code : 5945

Summary:

This Ph.D has over twenty years of academic and industry experience in material science with a focus on glass, ceramics and associate sealants.  He is an expert in the failure, fracture, fatigue, corrosion, aging and related safety issues of these materials. 




Expert Witness Code : 2711

Summary:

This Ph.D is a diversified result oriented operations executive with proven success record in minimizing total costs and increasing revenues.  He is experienced in telecommunications, manufacturing, higher education, oil, and biotech with P and L focus.  He is an executive with strong analytical and business background in both line and staff positions.  He has demonstrated strengths in Business Development, Program Management, Strategic Planning, Product and  Software Development, Corporate Restructuring, Business Operations, Optimization, Project Portfolio Selection, Decision Analysis, Deterministic and Probabilistic Modeling, Resource Allocation, and Business Continuity Planning.




Expert Witness Code : 5932

Summary:

This Expert Witness has specialized in wireless technology since 1993.  Projects include analysis of spectrum requirements for mobile broadband, reports on the evolution of wireless technology, evaluation of wireless technology capabilities, strategic consultations,system design, articles, courses and webcasts, network performance measurement,test reports, and acting as expert in patent-litigation cases.  Clients include more than 90 organizations.  He is a broadly published expert on the capabilities and evolution of wireless technology.  He has written more than 150 articles,reports, columns, and white papers, and has taught more than 40 public wireless courses and webcasts.  He has also performed technical evaluations of many wireless technologies including cellular-data services, municipal/mesh Wi-Fi networks, Wi-Fi hotspot networks, mobile browser technologies, wireless e-mail systems, and social networking applications. 

From 1988 to 1993, he was vice-president of engineering and technology at Traveling Software (later renamed LapLink) where projects included LapLink, LapLink Wireless, and connectivity solutions for a wide variety of mobile platforms.  Prior to Traveling Software, he spent seven years at Fluke Corporation where he worked on data-acquisition products and touch-screen technology.  He is also the executive director of the Portable Computer and Communications Association (PCCA), an industry organization that evaluates wireless technologies, investigates mobile communications architectures, and promotes wireless-data interoperability.  This Expert Witness graduated with BSEE and MSEE degrees from Stanford University in 1979.




Expert Witness Code : 5608

Summary:

This expert witness has been primarily employed in the video games business since 1976 in many capacities including: programmer, designer, supervisor, manager, director, vice-president, consultant, partner and owner in several notable businesses, his thirty-years of industry experience has been focused on the development of arcade, coin-operated and consumer video games. He has supervised the creation of or personally produced myriad games for industry leading game manufacturers and various publishers including Electronic Arts, Sega and Accolade.  He has developed games using a variety of development tools and computer platforms.




Expert Witness Code : 0008

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty years of progressive experience in purchasing, operations, and supply chain management with industry leading, high technology manufacturing companies.  He has demonstrated effective leadership in designing and driving strategies to reduce inventory, cost, and cycle time to turn around marginal operations.  He has been successful in establishing supply chain departments, managing through rapid growth, and consolidating for cost effective operations.  He has experience in initiating the necessary processes to improve and assure quality production.  He has created benchmarks to implement performance metrics to improve production and provided materials management for prototypes through production cycle.




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 : 4596

Summary:

This expert witness has been involved with the development of Handheld applications since 1997.  In addition, he has also developed, manufactured, and marketed commercial palm applications since 2000. 

He has been a full time consultant for almost ten years and involved with a number of development projects, including the design of Palm applications, Windows CE tools, client-server applications, and network drivers.




Expert Witness Code : 3294

Summary:

This expert witness is an information security expert with over twenty-five years of experience. He has extensive knowledge of many security related standards and products, including those based on XML security, Kerberos and public-key cryptography. He is a former member of the OASIS Security Services Technical Committee and a contributor to the Security Assertion Markup Language ( SAML ).  He is co-holder of six patents in the field of information security, and co-applicant for seven pending patent applications. Additionally, he is a senior member of faculty at a major University's department of Engineering, Information Systems and Technical Management, where he teaches classes in Information Protection through Cryptography, PKI, LDAP, XML security and Java security.




Expert Witness Code : 6321

Summary:

This expert witness has over 25 years of professional industry experience in systems and networking, with extensive background in wired and wireless communication systems, especially protocol interfaces and supporting architectures.  He has significant experience in developing, evaluating and licensing intellectual property.  He also has substantial experience with telecommunications and networking standards.  He was recently inducted into Tau Beta Pi as an Eminent Engineer.  He has extensive system engineering experience in the areas of factory control, protocol design, switching systems, switching system adjuncts, end-user devices, DSLAMs, IADs, and wireless premises switches and terminals.  He has authored two dozen U.S. patent applications (many of which were filed internationally) and has participated in patent portfolio reviews and subsequent assertions leading to tens of millions of dollars in realized revenues for employers and clients.  He served as lead technical representative for his divisions on the AT and T Intellectual Property Review Board, and the Lucent Technologies Intellectual Property Board of Advisors.




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 : 0900

Summary:

This expert wittnesses experience encompasses the telecommunication product and service industries.  He has directed successful start-up companies as well as divisions within highly structured corporations.  He is a systems engineer with experience in strategic and product marketing, as well as telecommunication product development.  His recent interests include broadband wireless networks and products for packet and mobile communications.  He has been responsible for the conceptual design, architecture, development and introduction of a number of commercially successful products.  These include VSAT, mobile satellite, cellular, and Voice-over-IP products.  His service industry hands-on experience includes transmission engineering, network engineering, and implementation of wireless LAN networks, microwave (point-to-point and multi-point), fiber and satellite-based networks in the U.S. and Europe.




Expert Witness Code : 8522

Summary:

This Ph.D has over eleven-years of industry experience in automotive engineering and vehicle restraint technology.  He has served as a Director of Engineering, General Manager, and a Project Engineer.  He has management experience with major American Corporations.




Expert Witness Code : 2834

Summary:

This Expert witness has over thirty-five years as a design engineer and developer of consumer electronics.  His areas of expertise encompass the myriad technical disciplines necessary to conceive, design and bring to market sophisticated electronic games and other systems used in commercial applications.  His early work includes the co-invention of the very successful Atari 2600 Video Game System.  He holds several patents in the area of video and graphic presentation technology. 




Expert Witness Code : 1393

Summary:

This Ph.D. has 25 years of experience in software, information management and Internet industries with a solid 15-year track record of leading innovative entrepreneurial initiatives in Silicon Valley.  He has proven ability  to develop effective strategies and execute pragmatic plans to manage complex technology products and matters related to intellectual property.  He is also an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley campus focusing on the Internet, distributed “cloud” computing, interoperability, mobile applications, interoperability,standards, software management and entrepreneurship.

This Expert Witness has over 10 years of experience working with corporate and intellectual property attorneys on several patent projects.  He has supported seven software patent and copyright infringement cases(pre-litigation and litigation), and his court testimony in a jury trial resulted in a $25 million award in favor of his team.  He is also certified software forensic analyst to discover plagiarism in various source code and binary files.  He possesses excellent oral and written communication skills and has extensive experience in university-level teaching and public presentations at various technology forums.




Expert Witness Code : 0902

Summary:

This Expert specializes in the calculation of economic damages in commercial and employment litigation matters. His practice includes the valuation of common and preferred stock, restricted stock, employment related options, fixed income and common-equity securities in both closely-held and actively traded public companies. He has been retained to advise or opine on issues of valuation theory and practice.

He has previously served as chief financial officer and general manager of construction- materials distributor. His extensive experience in corporate finance and management has been applied to the calculation of lost profits in a broad spectrum of commercial matters. 




Expert Witness Code : 3225

Summary:

This Ph.D. has more than 40 years experience in technical and business leadership and in product development in the coating, printing, lithium battery, data storage, digital imaging, laser imaging, and chemical industries at Route 128 Boston, Manhattan, and Silicon Valley companies.  He holds 24 U.S. patents in lithium battery and optical coating technologies.  He has been active as a patent agent since 1995 and as an expert witness in patent litigation cases since 2006.




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 : 6790

Summary:

This Ph.D. designs and models conventional and biologically inspired computational systems.  He understands various structural and functional aspects of the brain to implement hardware/software computational models that address the von Neumann bottleneck, and develops architectural tools to address the semantic gap between neural algorithms and contemporary neuromorphic architectures. He has a deep knowledge of traditional neural networks particularly in the space of continuous monitoring and analysis of digital and analog sensor data.




Expert Witness Code : 4396

Summary:

This expert witness has 20 years experience in R&D with extensive background in embedded development and real time programming for next generation wireless telecommunications devices.  She has knowledge of a variety of wireless protocols.  She has considerable experience defining user interfaces for hand held devices, working with ideographic character sets, implementing device drivers, middleware, message management software, and end user applications.

She was the lead technical engineer on innovative products including Motorola's first 3G smart phone, first one-way smart-pager and first multi-line Chinese character pager, the latter being one of the most successful products to emerge from the paging industry.  She was a member of Motorola's patent committee for 10 years.  She has experience with prior art in wireless communication space, patent analysis, and prior art analysis.   She is the sole recipient of the 1997 Motorola Paging Products Group Software/Electrical Patent of the Year Award for a patent, which yielded a multi-million dollar worth to the company.




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 : 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 : 9122

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of academic and industry experience in finance and accounting.  He was an Academic Fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission with responsibilities for communications with registrants on pre-filing issues related to business combinations, leases and other accounting matters, and providing consultation to the Division of Enforcement.  He is the leader and frequently producer of approximately 200 management education programs in 14 countries. He consults to public companies on matters including SEC compliance, U.S. GAAP, international accounting standards, operational and strategic decision making, and control of international operations. 

This Ph.D. was a tenured member of the faculty of Thunderbird for 13 years, and was awarded emeritus status in 2006.  Prior to joining the Thunderbird served on the faculties of Dartmouth College, MIT and Wake Forest University.  He is co-founder, president, and majority owner of Grove Technologies, LLC, producer of easy-to-use hosted, web-based collaboration tools for project management, issue tracking, discussion management, and file archiving and general communications.  He provides litigation support and Expert Witness services provided on a broad range of accounting topics, including foreign accounting standards and valuation. 

 




Expert Witness Code : 0028

Summary:

This Ph.D. has nearly thirty years of experience in statistical analysis and programming.  He has been an independent consultant since 1989, providing data and statistical analysis to government, industry and the legal profession.  He has been engaged as an expert witness in numerous legal matters involving human resources, race, age and ethnic discrimination, voting, business matters and computer programming issues. 




Expert Witness Code : 2744

Summary:

Thie Ph.D. has 30 years of experience in thedesign, development and manufacture of over 350 different high-technologyanalog and digital products that use IC and MEMS and their packages in new andinnovative ways for automotive, medical, industrial and commercialapplications.  He has proven ability toassist businesses through the strategic timing of technology investments andproduct development and manufacturing in international and cross-functionalteams.  Dr. Spangler has excellent oraland written communication skills along with a deep knowledge of patent andintellectual property issues.  He is theinventor or co-inventor on nine U.S. and international patents.  He provides IP and Expert Witness serviceswith successful trial experience at the International Trade Commission.  He is the named Inventor of eight US Patentswith other applications pending.  He is well-published in his core areas of expertise outlined below.




Expert Witness Code : 9076

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of experience in semiconductor devices and integrated circuit technology and research.  While at Stanford University he led the development of the SUPREM process simulator, the first computer aided design tool focused on silicon  semiconductor devices and integrated circuit technology.  Derivatives of this program are still in widespread use in the semiconductor industry today.  In subsequent years, he made several significant contributions to the physical understanding and modeling of semiconductor fabrication processes such as dopant diffusion.  His current research focuses on the physics and technology of advanced nanoscale electronic devices with novel materials and structures.

He has made seminal contributions to the understanding of point defect mechanisms in atomic diffusion in silicon, a key process in the fabrication of electronic devices.  In the late 70's, he pioneered experimental methods that led to the first proof and subsequent quantitative characterization of the dual, vacancy - interstitialcy diffusion mechanisms of common dopant atoms in silicon. Then, in the early 80's he pioneered experimental field-effect nanostructures that became the basis for many investigations jointly with colleagues and students at MIT, of quantum effects in electron transport in ultra-small silicon and III-V field effect devices. Several firsts, including lateral surface superlattice, quasi-one dimensional density of states, and single-electron transistor demonstrations resulted from this work.  In parallel he led research that in 1985 resulted in sub-100-nm MOSFETs and the first demonstration of source to channel electron injection velocities exceeding the saturation velocity.  This early work along with his subsequent studies of highly non-uniform channel doping, and more recent experimental studies of Silicon on Insulator transistors have contributed to the groundwork for today's high performance silicon MOSFETs.




Expert Witness Code : 6108

Summary:

This expert witness is recognized in the field of Telecommunications and Information Technology. His expertise encompasses a broad range of technical and managerial disciplines including voice communications, data networking, carrier services for public/private switched and dedicated networks, image processing, wireless and cable transmission systems, and operational and strategic planning. As co-founder and President of a Communications company he is responsible for overseeing corporate operations and providing executive level direction on strategically significant projects. During the course of his career, he has worked for various organizations in a consultative, design / engineering and managerial capacity.  He has supported numerous clients with respect to technology consulting in the financial services, high technology, legal, corporate, health care and education sectors.  His technical practice presently encompasses Strategic Planning and Expert Witness litigation support. Earlier in his career, he worked in the military aerospace industry developing strategic and tactical command and control systems for various agencies in the defense and intelligence communities.




Expert Witness Code : 8411

Summary:

This Ph.D has been a leader in the telecommunications industry for over 40 years, as an entrepreneur, corporate officer, international businessperson and consultant, engineer, educator, author, lecturer and researcher.  His consulting clients include Ball Wireless, Milcom Technologies, MCI, Avantel de Mexico, United International Holdings, Wireless Spectrum Technologies, Vesuvius, Superconducting Core Technologies, iSherpa, Sequel, Motorola, NASA, U S Navy and Air Force, and others. He has performed business and technical due diligence, technical and market strategy and regulatory affairs consulting in the UK, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, Argentina, South Africa, most of Europe, India, China, Japan, Philippines, etc.




Expert Witness Code : 4909

Summary:

This expert witness provides contract engineering services in VLSI design (full-custom, semi-custom, gate array, FBGA); computer architecture and memory systems; and digital hardware design.  He has extensive experience developing synthesis methodologies for large ASICs using a variety of design tools including Verilog and Synopsys.  Other services include Synopsys and Verilog training classes, patent infringement analysis, reverse engineering, and expert witness testimony.




Expert Witness Code : 5391

Summary:

This Ph.D is also a Registered Professional Engineer with over fifteen years of industry and consulting experience in semiconductor fabrication equipment and systems with a focus on semiconductor fabrication processes.  During his ten year tenure at Applied Materials, he developed an in-depth knowledge of CVD ( Chemical Vapor Deposition ) and the gases, chemicals and vacuum technology used in its application.  His independent consulting activities include product design, market analysis and Expert Witness support.




Expert Witness Code : 3815

Summary:

This Ph.D is a Professor of Computer Science at a major University where he teaches classes in Artificial Intelligence, Automatic Programming and Compilers.  He is also a member of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory where he conducts research in Automatic Programming and solving Physics problems.




Expert Witness Code : 3228

Summary:

This expert witness has over 12 years experience in Verilog and Digital ASIC Design and currently specializes in embedded systems design for control networks, including hardware and firmware development for LonWorks EIA709 power line and twisted pair networks.  As the current founder and owner of Bibaja, he is responsible for new product development from design to prototype and eventual production.  His design expertise includes firmware customization of standard products, schematic entry for custom device design, printed circuit board design and layout, prototype assembly, and production.




Expert Witness Code : 4222

Summary:

This expert witness has 45 years of broad Civil Engineering experience. He has been a Registered Professional Engineer for 40 years. As a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas and Ohio, he has acted as a Consultant, Chief Engineer, Senior Project Engineer and Lead Engineer in the planning, design and construction of multi-million dollar projects for almost half a century. These include highways, major drainage projects, water and wastewater systems, aviation facilities, buildings and bridges.




Expert Witness Code : 4338

Summary:

This expert has extensive experience with storage devices, interfaces and file 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 and PCMCIA; and Storage Area Networks (SAN).

He has written and designed device drivers, software and firmware for Windows, UNIX variants (including Linux, Sun and Silicon Graphics) and embedded real-time operating systems (RTOSs).  He has been a software developer, project lead, industry analyst, seminar leader, technical marketer and technical writer.  He has participated in over 50 conferences as a speaker, session chair and conference chair.  He is experienced with various programming languages, including C, C++ and assembly.

This expert has been an expert witness and expert consultant in over 50 engagements involving patent, trade secret, copyright, class action and contractual disputes, and patent portfolio reviews.  These have drawn on over 20 years of experience in the storage industry and over 30 years of experience as a computer engineer, and have involved technology in the storage, IC CAD, software and hardware 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 that involved the same two patents.




Expert Witness Code : 0752

Summary:

This Expert has over thirty-five years of industry experience in the area of wireless technology, including, wireless LAN; wireless DOCSIS; Cellular and PCS; Spread Spectrum and radio technology.  He has been an active contributor to the design of Cable Set-Top boxes, CATV, modem and satellite products.  He has been an active participant in the IEEE 802.11 Standards Committee for spread spectrum wireless LANs, IEEE 802.16 Standards Committee for mobile broadband wireless networks.




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 : 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 : 9837

Summary:

This expert has 23 yearsof experience in wireless, television reception, RF IC's and RF system design.In his career he has designed almost all RF block and spanned almost all RF andcellular standards. He has a PhD in Electronics from a Paris University. He is the founder of a market leader start-up company and theinventor on three US patents.

 

He is aRegistered Patent Agent and serves as an expert witness. He has experience inFederal District court, the International Trade Commission (ITC), and hasserved as back-up counsel in IPR proceedings. His very strong points are: claimconstruction, charting, ensuring consistency in positions taken ininvalidity/infringement, proposing invalidity theories. He isproficient in the inspection of source code that is provided in common CADplatforms.





Expert Witness Code : 2906

Summary:

This Expert Witness is recognized as a leading technology expert by Google and Adobe. He has been developing browser-based applications with ColdFusion since version 1.5 and implementing Google Enterprise solutions since 2005.  He coauthored the best-selling Cold Fusion book, The ColdFusion Web Application Construction Kit.  He co-founded the first Cold Fusion Users’ Group in Washington, DC.  He has been the most prolific poster on the CF-Talk mailing list for the last several years, having answered several thousand questions on Cold Fusion and related topics.  He regularly speaks at industry events, such as Adobe MAX, and writes articles for various trade publications.  As one of the first Adobe certified instructors, he combines exceptional teaching with course development. He received a perfect score on his ColdFusion MX Certification, and regularly pursues new certifications in other areas of interest.  This Expert Witness was the second person ever to be certified by Google, Inc. as a Google Enterprise Professional Certified Trainer for the Google Search Appliance, Google Mini and Google Apps.




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 : 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 : 7866

Summary:

This Ph.D's main areas of expertise include MicroElectroMechanical Systems ( MEMS ), VLSI circuits and architectures, and Smart Microsystems. More Recently, his company entered into the wireless MEMS industry.




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 : 3847

Summary:

This expert witness is an electrical engineer with formal training in computer science and over a decade of hands-on software design and implementation experience.  He is internationally recognized as an expert in the area of real-time embedded software.  He is an experienced Expert Witness.




Expert Witness Code : 8459

Summary:

This Ph.D began working at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) in the Software Concepts Group at the age of 13, and was introduced to the world of object-oriented programming and graphical user interfaces through the Smalltalk programming environment.  There he was involved in a variety of projects over the years, including implementations of Smalltalk on the Dorado, a high-speed ECL research machine; the NoteTaker, a portable multiprocessor machine; and the Mycron-2000, a research computer at the University of Oslo, Norway.  He joined Apple Computer at the age of 22; there he was a principal designer of the Macintosh, responsible for the design and implementation of the Finder and other innovations pioneered on the Macintosh operating system. His work at Apple with the Mac user interface and Finder desktop metaphor--in particular icon-based, drag-and-drop file handling and double-clicking to open documents in their associated applications--has been universally adopted throughout the computer industry.  Since then he has been involved in a variety of startups and has consulted in research and development projects throughout the industry.




Expert Witness Code : 6217

Summary:

From 1970 through 2005, this Ph.D. was on the faculty at RPI, a Professor in the Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering Department with teaching and research activities in the areas of semiconductor devices, microwave/RF circuit design and integrated circuit (IC) interconnect technology.  He has published more than 400 refereed papers in journals and international conference digests, presented more than thirty invited talks at professional conferences and is a Fellow of the IEEE for contributions in microwave semiconductor technology.  He has coauthored three books on IC  interconnects, including the first books focused on chemical-mechanical polishing (CMP) and copper metallization, and co-edited a recent book on three-dimensional (3D) IC processing.  Recent research activities include 3D IC platforms (both process technology and circuit design), copper damascene patterning, CMP, thermophotovoltaic (TPV) devices, silicon carbide (SiC) power devices and material characterization using microwave photoconductivity decay (M-PCD).

From 1962 to 1966 he was at a major electronics company, working on microwave components for phased array radars.  From 1981 to 1983 he was Program Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF), with responsibility for university grants in solid state and microstructures engineering and the National Nanofabrication Facility (NNF).  From 1989 to 1994 he was the Director of the Center for Integrated Electronics and responsible for the Microfabrication Clean Room and research programs in IC interconnects.  He has served on the University Advisory Boards at both SEMATECH and the SRC and received the RPI William H. Wiley Distinguished Faculty Award in 2000.

As Professor Emeritus since 2006, his research has emphasized unique IC designs enabled by 3D integration.  He serves as a consultant and expert witness, in areas of integrated circuit processing, semiconductor devices and IC component design.  He has recently testified before the International Trade Commission (ITC) and has been deposed for both plaintiffs and defendants.




Expert Witness Code : 1223

Summary:

This Ph.D has over thirty years of industrial and academic experience in the material sciences with a focus on the mechanics of alloying, lightweight alloy and other specific alloy technology.  His recent work includes research into the physics of enhanced diffusion due to mechanical alloying and the development of a mathematical model for the mixing of immiscible alloys.  He is author of numerous technical reports and conference proceedings.




Expert Witness Code : 2037

Summary:

This Ph.D. has thirty years of experience with a focus on semiconductor product development and advanced semiconductor device reliability, reverse engineering and the generation, management and licensing of intellectual property.  He has extensive experience and expertise in the application of semiconductor technology to products used in wireless applications, including cellular telephones, base station and switching technology.  He provided full-time technical and Intellectual Property consulting services to a major Texas law firm engaged exclusively in commercial and intellectual property litigation.




Expert Witness Code : 9848

Summary:

This expert witness has nearly thirty years of industry experience and has been an independent consulting since 1989 with a focus on real time graphics, computer simulation, image processing and ASIC design and products for virtual reality and simulation.  He is author of a book on Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics.  He has extensive experience as a litigation support consultant and expert witness.




Expert Witness Code : 3336

Summary:

This Ph.D. has 20 years of progressive technical, managerial, operational,and strategic responsibility in the communications & IT industry.  He has strong networks in the global telecom, IT, and Venture Capital industries.  He possesses deep technical expertise augmented by operational experience and applied to strategy and business development. He has executive experience in mobile operators, international corporate environments, startups, and industry/standards associations. He has strong verbal, written and presentation skills, as well as public speaking.




Expert Witness Code : 2543

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years experience in Electrical Engineering and Computer Software Engineering.  He is the Founder and current CEO of a company that provides Master data Management and Business Intelligence Software, and the prior President and CEO of a software engineering company specializing in the design of virus-immune business software.  From 1982-1987, he was an Associate Professor of the Electrical Engineering Department of a prominent university and instructed and developed courses on computer, communication, solid state and electronic design areas.

His research activities focus on computer networks, computer communications, computer architectures and their application to distributed control.  He received a patent for his electronic design work and has a recent proposal for a special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Reliability to focus on reliable computer system architectures for real-time control.




Expert Witness Code : 9631

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years experience as a design-build engineer, manufacturer, contractor, inventor, and corporate executive. He has had staff, executive, and consulting roles in industrial, petrochemical, oil and gas, computer, and medical environments, working in both domestic and international venues. His professional and academic credentials include Engineering, Contracting, Systems Integration, and Computer Forensics. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in four states, and an experienced expert witness having testified at both deposition and trial in US Federal Court. 




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 : 9327

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an Electrical Engineering Consultant with over 35 years experience in integrated circuit simulation and design.  He developed the SPICE circuit simulation program at UC Berkeley and the ADVICE circuit simulation program at Bell Laboratories.  His technical strengths include analog circuit design, circuit simulation, semiconductor device modeling, and integrated circuit processing technology. 

He received his Ph.D. degree at the University of California where he was the lead developer of the SPICE circuit simulation program.  As a result, a cottage industry of SPICE simulation tools was launched that proved very valuable to industry. 

He has he worked on supporting simulation of RF integrated circuits; modeling and characterization of GaAs MESFET device processes; and importing silicon CMOS design tools and foundry support.  As an independent consultant, he comes with extensive experience as an expert witness as well as in other consulting work.  




Expert Witness Code : 8539

Summary:

This Ph.D has more than 45 years of diverse experience in the chemistry of materials, including glass and its preparation. His work encompasses: both CRT and lamp phosphors; the design of all types of lamps and display devices, including electroluminescent and plasma discharge flat panels; the measurement of optical properties of glasses and phosphors. He was a researcher and general manager at Westinghouse, Allied Chemical and CPG. He also did private research into the development of polymeric glasses and performed crystal growth research on new laser crystals.




Expert Witness Code : 5121

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an award winning professor and computer scientist.  His recent research interests include, among others: architectural acceleration of real time physics; RF interconnections for on-Chip communication; dynamically leveraged statically partitioned resources; and deeply decoupled core microarchitecture.  He has also, on occasion, consulted on technical matters and served as an expert for major intellectual property law firms involved in patent infringement matters. 




Expert Witness Code : 6463

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 42 years of technical experience include both military and commercial, research and development programs. He has worked on various projects for the US Government . The latter third of his career has been focused on the commercial communications arena.  His main areas of expertise include antenna theory, design and analysis; and spread spectrum, radio communication system, design, simulation and development. He also has extensive hands-on experience with communication system integration and testing; as well as follow-on, product manufacturing.

He holds over 2 dozen patents in several technical fields, including spread spectrum and ultra wide band communication circuits and systems, antennas, RF measurement and analysis technology, and microwave tubes.  He is well-published in these areas of expertise.




Expert Witness Code : 0822

Summary:

This Expert Witness, Professional Engineer, is part of a consulting company in Lafayette, Louisiana.  He has worked on offshore, inland waters,land drilling and workover rigs as a drilling engineer and consultant. He has also worked on oil production as a petroleum engineer andconsultant for petroleum companies.

His recent and current focus is on providing expertwitness and consulting services for law firms and insurance companies. He hastestified numerous times in Louisiana Federal and State Courts and Texas StateCourts.  He has qualified as anExpert Witness in myriad oil production and operations technical disciplines,including: rig, drilling, production, crane operations and safety thereof. Hehas prepared educational material on drilling rig, personnel, rig equipment,and drilling operations. 




Expert Witness Code : 1979

Summary:

This Ph.D. is Professor and Associate Director of Electrical and Computer Engineering at a top University.  His expertise includes microprocessor architecture, multi core and multiprocessor systems, system-on-chip design, memory and storage systems, buses and interconnection networks, multi threading, power management, dependable computing, and energy-efficient smart buildings.  In addition to his 20 years of academic experience, he has ten years of industry experience as a computer architect, chip designer, and technical manager at IBM and Prime Computer.

He is a Fellow of the IEEE, and has received the National Science Foundation CAREER Award, three IBM Faculty Awards, three IEEE Micro Top Picks paper awards, and the Michael Tien '72, Ralph S. Watts '72, and Ruth and Joel Spira Excellence in Teaching Awards.  He serves on the Editorial Board of IEEE Computer, and was Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Micro from 2007-10.  He was General co-Chair of the 42nd International Symposium on Micro-architecture and Program Chair of the 42nd International Symposium on Computer Architecture.  He is a graduate field member of ECE and Computer Science, and teaches courses ranging from freshman-level introductory computing to advanced graduate topics in computer systems.  His MOOC, The Computing Technology inside Your Smartphone, has been viewed by thousands of people worldwide.




Expert Witness Code : 3480

Summary:

This expert witness has over 25 years of experience in integrated circuit and system engineering R&D encompassing circuit design, system design, project management, PCB design, test/evaluation, and fabrication.  He has a proven history of successfully taking technology from inception to a product that customers want.  He has held the position of Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Motorola and subsequently Freescale Semiconductor.  He has worked on a wide range of mixed-signal CMOS integrated circuit designs that include class D audio amplifiers, integrated automotive sensors, tracking power converters, cellular audio processors, micro-machined accelerometer servo control, and cellular RF transceivers.




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 : 2629

Summary:

This Ph.D. has a strong technical and business background with education at Northwestern ( Kellogg MBA ), Princeton ( Ph.D. ) and Stanford.  He has practical experience in the fields of medical devices and systems, medical systems software, digital signal processing in various applications: data communications, cell phone technology, medical and military.  He holds 6 patents and published peer reviewed articles.

During his twenty six years of experience, he has been a testifying expert witness, a corporate executive, an academic in Computer Science, a software development engineer and a Bell Labs researcher.  He has taught courses and conducted research at Stanford University and McGill University in electrical engineering and computer science.  As President of a publicly traded medical device company, he oversaw the development of clinical diagnostic systems incorporating clinical information systems and bio-chip technology, portable medical devices including pulse oximetry, insulin pumps, cardiac resuscitation, drug infusion and medical software requiring extensive FDA validation.  As VP of Technology for a Healthcare company, he developed and launched several new intravenous drug delivery products for hospital, anesthesia, ambulatory pain therapy, ambulatory home drug delivery, and international markets.

His consulting focuses on assessing novelty of IP, feasibility of non-infringing product designs and viability of competitive market opportunities.  As a testifying expert witness, he has argued both sides of infringement, validity and business / market analysis for non-obviousness.

 




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 : 2319

Summary:

This Ph.D has 34 years of professional experience in wireless communications and telecom technology.  He is an entrepreneur who has participated in the organization and operation of start up companies that brought wireless LAN, software VoIP PBX, and 2-way paging technology to the marketplace.  He holds numerous patents in wireless and signal processing technology.  He is an experienced litigation support consultant with experience in patent infringement matters.  He is also a registered Patent Agent.




Expert Witness Code : 6039

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 20 years of industrial and research experience in highly technical environments.  He is a professional engineer who works with robotics and computer controlled machines every day.  He can supply expert analysis of the complex electrical, mechanical and computer interactions between modern machines and the people around them.  The analysis is delivered in a clear language that everyone can understand.  His qualifications include peer-reviewed publications and over twenty years of engineering experience with computer-controlled machines, factory automation, IP and patents.