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Expert Witness Code : 9792

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a founder and managing partner at a firm specializing in technology commercialization and business development.  He has broad experience in the research and development of new technologies and products, most recently as Vice President of Technology and Chief Technical Officer at a major chip technology company.  

Prior to joining, he was Flip Chip Product Manager, instrumental in the formation of FCT.  Previous to this he was responsible for the development of advanced flip chip manufacturing equipment and flip chip process development at IBM in both New York and Virginia.  He is recognized worldwide as an expert in flip chip and wafer level packaging technologies.  He has spoken at numerous conferences and published many papers in the field.  He is the holder of several patents related to IC packaging technology.  




Expert Witness Code : 4006

Summary:

This expert witness is an electronic design engineer with nearly thirty years of experience covering a wide range of power electronic projects including the attendant design of digital and analog circuits, magnetic devices and feedback control loops.  He is skilled in establishing objectives, problem identification/solutions and addressing groups.




Expert Witness Code : 1770

Summary:

This expert witness has over 25 years of industry experience in the development, commercialization and regulatory requirements associated with bringing a new pharmaceutical through clinical trials to market.  He is a uniquely inter-disciplined individual, melding comprehensive pharmaceutical industrial Research and Development, business development, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, and consultancy experiences with formal FDA-tenured regulatory credentials. 

He is an industry practitioner and recognized professional with demonstrable successes in the guidance and preparation for final review of regulatory filings and the rendering of strategic advisories, bearing upon domestic and international regulatory and business affairs in the pharmaceutical industry.




Expert Witness Code : 1154

Summary:

This Expert's research lies in the area of Computer Science and Human Computer Interaction. He generally specializes in the design and engineering of post-WIMP user interfaces. He currently focuses on high-performance user interfaces, design and development methods for ubiquitous computing, and tailored user interface components for unique users, technologies, or contexts of use. He has expertise in the development of user interfaces and user interface software, particularly for novel input technologies, such as touch, stylus, and gesture.




Expert Witness Code : 2494

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 1353

Summary:

This Ph.D is the Chair of Optical Data Storage at a major University. A Fellow of the Optical Society of America, he is the author of a number of books in the field of optics.

He has published over 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals and presented numerous invited talks at international conferences, universities, and major industrial laboratories. His research interests include magnetic, optical, and molecular data storage, near-field optics, and problems associated with radiation pressure.




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 : 1615

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 4047

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5007

Summary:

This expert witness has 23 years of experience as a chip designer and architect. His background ranges from microprocessor design to network systems, including Ethernet, SONET and ATM. Throughout his design career, he used a programming approach to chip design ( Hardware Description Languages ), including the period of the 1980s when the great majority of chip designers were using schematic capture.

He has in depth understanding of programming, from microcoding to web design. He has written a number of substantial Perl programs to automate chip design, and has been a leader in using innovative design tools such as Synthesis, Automatic Test Pattern Generation and Formal Verification.  He also provides litigation support consulting services




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 : 0109

Summary:

This Expert Witness is experienced in software development for projects concentrated in data and tele-communication applications. He has hands-on experience with internals of embedded OS software, such as Linux, Android/Linux, VxWorks, FreeBSD, Windows, and PSOS+. He wrote tools, assembly language boot code, device drivers, kernel software, and applications in C/C++ language. He has implemented code for many processors: 8051, ARM, PPC, MIPS, X86, and Cavium’s Octeon. He possesses in-detail knowledge of networking: Ethernet, TCP/IP, L2, HTTP, DNS, VPN, SSL, and other protocols. He is experienced with Android, Java, Perl, and other scripting languages.




Expert Witness Code : 6839

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 20 years of Life Sciences experience spanning the Academic/Government settings and the Biotech/Pharmaceutical industries.  She has extensive scientific, technical and market knowledge of the life sciences, drug discovery, and diagnostic fields.  She has comprehensive experience in intellectual property, patent infringement, patent development, marketing, business development, R&D, product development & evaluation, manufacturing, QC/QA, international sales, and customer support. 
 
This Ph.D. has many years of experience in building different departments and high performance cross-functional teams in multi-site operations. She has extensive experience in identifying and prioritizing resources necessary to execute plans, track performance and make reallocation decisions to maintain or improve the productivity of all departments and return on activities. She has driven revenue growth by diversifying product portfolio and developing many new business opportunities, strategic partnerships, co-marketing, licensing, OEMs, acquisitions, and joint ventures. Many of the companies she has worked for have sold for millions of dollars.




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 : 6378

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8937

Summary:

This Ph.D is an internationally known professor and entrepreneur in the areas of high speed computing, communication, and semiconductor technologies.  He has first-hand industry experiences with semiconductor companies, telephone and wireless companies, and computer and communication equipment companies.  During his time at Bellcore he was the main architect for one of the first CDMA networks in the world.  Currently, he is a tenured Associate Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at a major University.  He has successfully testified in several major cases in the U.S. District Courts and in the U.S. International Trade Commission.  He has published more than 80 technical papers and is a named inventor in nine U.S. patents. 




Expert Witness Code : 6261

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a Bell Labs alumnus, where he was in charge of product and technology development ("forward-looking work") for wireless (1G, 2G and 3G) radio access and core network products. He and his team were subject matter experts for development of GSM, CDMA and TDMA standards. He was among the first to evolve FPLMTS to UMTS to the 3GPP and 3GPP2 standards in the ITU and TIA. He also led projects on WiFi, LMDS and Wireless Local Loop, and in the IEEE 802.11, 16 and 20 standards. He has over 25 years of hands-on US and international experience in development of new products and services for mobile, Internet applications and more recently in digital advertising. His knowledge of technology includes software and mobile communications systems, and end-to-end mobile network architecture, protocols and applications, digital advertising technologies, mobile communications standards and privacy by design.  His team filed over 400 wireless-related patents in a period of five years at Bell Labs. He has over a dozen issued patents and over fifteen applications in the area of digital and mobile advertising. He has worked on product, technology and strategy roadmaps in mobile (CDMA, GSM and 3G), broadband wireless (WiFi and WiMAX) and digital advertising. His leadership experience includes founding a technology start-up, a solo consulting company in the area of broadband wireless; and as general manager and strategist at a broadband wireless start-up; leading a global technology team of over 350 people, with annual budget of over $ 35M at a major communications company; and managing products and teams that generated revenues of over $ 10Bn for the communications company.




Expert Witness Code : 0442

Summary:

This Expert Witness is an accomplished Electrical Engineer, technical consultant, inventor and U.S. patent agent focusing on U.S. patent preparation, prosecution, and litigation support.  Prior to starting his own firm, he was employed at AT&T Bell Labs in 1979 as a member of technical staff.  After a decade, he moved from development to join Bell Labs Research and stayed with the company as it changed from AT&T to Lucent to Agere Systems.  In 2002 he was awarded the CMTS (Consulting Member of Technical Staff).  He is the author of over 40 publications primarily in the area of high speed CMOS mixed signal designs and has been issued over 80 patents. He holds a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology.

This Expert Witness has prosecuted United States patent applications for numerous companies including LCTank, Orion Microelectronics, MetaMEMS and Wionics.  He also drafted applications for AT&T, Lucent and Agere.  He is registered to practice patent law before the USPTO (United State Patent and Trademark Office).  He has been providing prosecution service since June 2005.  In addition, he is serving on the litigation committees of the following two groups: American Intellectual Property Law Association and the Intellectual Property Owners Association.




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 : 0068

Summary:

This Ph.D. has extensive experience in product design and development t for the sports industry.  As the founder of a consultancy Sports Group, and the Founding Director of a Center for Sports Innovation at a major University, he leads the development of new products as well as technologies for sport performance analyses from early formulation of product concepts to final prototype design and testing. Many projects are award winning, conference best paper awards, and international ispo Academic Challenge design awards. 

A recognized expert in innovation and sport technology, he has spoken at the Lemelson Foundation, the Boston Museum of Science, IDEAS Boston 2004, The International Congress on Technological and Social Innovation in Sport ( Spain ), The University of London, Loughborough University ( UK ), the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association International Business Intelligence Series and Sport  + Technology Convergence conference, and the MIT Center for Innovation and Product Development.  He is a technical advisor for the United States Olympic Committee, and a member of the Golf Digest Academic Advisory Panel.




Expert Witness Code : 9670

Summary:

This Expert has a Ph.D. in computer graphics and currently teaches web design, web application programming, and computer gaming courses at a major University.  His research has been in the areas of computer graphics and the Internet.  He was the co-designer of the graduate and undergraduate degree programs in Digital Media Design and has authored and published numerous works in computer graphics and multimedia.




Expert Witness Code : 5073

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2775

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 1996

Summary:

This Ph.D. is one of the nation's leading experts in computer user interface design and windows programming.  For over twenty years, He has been a research scientist at one of the Nations foremost Universities focusing on user interface software, demonstrational interfaces, user interface design, window managers, visual programming and programming environments.  He has advised on user interface design, user interface software, window manager design and implementation.  He has performed usability analyses and redesign of products. He has also performed Intellectual property consulting for software and user interface patents.




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 : 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 : 1720

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 30 years experience in diverse wireless communications industries as an engineer, general manager, deal-maker and consultant.   He has innovations in communication system design and financial engineering, an unusual and valuable combination of talents.  He has expertise in satellite communications systems, terrestrial digital radio and packet switching networks, and developing semiconductors for wireless communications. His work in Financial Engineering has covered proposing and implementing a proprietary financial model for valuing Intellectual Property (IP).  The model applies "real options" contingent cash flow analysis to compute how the IP contract terms drive future product design decisions that affect IP reuse.  He also developed use of real options for technology licensing has now become widespread in the semiconductor industry.

 




Expert Witness Code : 0551

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 4089

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2707

Summary:

This Ph.D. has 50 years experience as a successful builder and manager of High Technology companies.  He is a solid technical innovator as demonstrated by his patents and publications.  His major areas of expertise include Opto-Electronic Communications, Optical Networks hardware and software, Secure Optical Communications, and Underwater Optical Imaging and Communication.  He has provided management support to several startup companies and has also been expert witness in a patent infringement case.  He was one of the inventor and major contributor to the deployment of two revolutionary fiberoptic seismic arrays: FIBERSEIS, a 1024 channel array for oil exploration deployed in the mid 1980s, and ARIADNE, the first U.S. NAVY underwater optical array for submarine detection deployed in the 1990s.  This Ph.D. has lectured extensively in optics in the US, Europe and Asia. 




Expert Witness Code : 9743

Summary:

This Expert has 36 years of experience in integrated circuit architecture related to Graphics and Image Processors, Digital Signal Processing (DSP), and memory architecture.  For the last 16 years he has been working on integrated circuit backplanes for Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) displays.  Over the last 36 years he has identified new market opportunities and integrated circuit architectures to serve those markets.  With very rare exception, almost every device he has worked on resulted in a product that went to market.  His years of experience have been in the area of computer graphics, imagine generation, and image display related to visual human interfaces and consumer electronics.  As a result, he has many years of practical experience in how people perceive images and user interfaces.  He is named inventor on 146 issued U.S.Patents including key patents related graphics and imaging processors, graphics interface circuits, microprocessors, signal processing (DSP), Synchronous DRAMs, and Video Rams.  Billions of dollars of yearly revenue have been attributed to products using these inventions.  He is the youngest person elected a Texas Instruments Fellow in the history of the company.  He has provided technical support for I.P. litigation on a part time basis since 2002 moving to doing it on a more regular basis since 2012. 

 




Expert Witness Code : 9231

Summary:

This Ph.D.'s consulting practice focus is providing advice on technical, business, and intellectual property strategy to e-commerce startups. He has co-founded and/or provided technical and other strategic advice to a number of successful technology companies.  His roles have included the following: CEO; COO; CFO; and Chief Technical Advisor. He has also served on various Technical Advisory Boards and Board of Directors.

He is an experienced expert witness and has worked on a number of patent infringement and other cases involving technology issues.

He has taught over three dozen classes at Stanford University, Western Institute of Computer Science, University of California at Santa Cruz, University Blas Pascal (Cordoba, Argentina), Helsinki University of Technology (Finland), The University of Texas at Austin, Brooklyn College (City University of New York), and TeX Users Group annual conferences.

His research interests include: electronic commerce; interoperability of heterogeneous databases; database integration; object-oriented databases; database implementation; databases on parallel computers; federated autonomous databases; database views including updates; incomplete information and nulls; software integration and reuse; and large system integration.




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 : 4565

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a professor in the School of Business at a University.  He is the primary instructor for the required class in "Ethics and Responsibility in Business," in the Universities Business MBA Program.  Additionally, he provides extensive executive education in business ethics to industry.




Expert Witness Code : 8497

Summary:

This expert witness has over 30 years of high tech experience and executive leadership in commercial and consumer communications systems and networks. He also has over 20 years in leadership and executive positions ( Engineering, Sales and Marketing, Product Management ), including successful track records in technology and product development, strategy definition and planning/ execution and business development for domestic and international markets. He focuses on broadband/multimedia product and networking solutions for content, distribution, and security systems for Internet, satellite, cable and wireless/broadcast. He is a specialist in content security and digital rights management as applied in distribution, storage and rendering.




Expert Witness Code : 3068

Summary:

This Ph.D has over thirty-years of industry experience with a focus on digital communications and networking technology.  His accomplishments and interests range from product development to industry-wide initiatives.  His expertise in product technologies span from Arpanet to Internet to converged voice, video and data applications for broadband first-mile technologies.  He was one of the original authors both of DOCSIS and of Packetcable Standards.  He contributes both at the detail design level with hardware/software development teams and at the strategic level with senior executive teams.  He is a speaker, writer, and collaborator in industry forums and multi-vendor technology initiatives. 




Expert Witness Code : 6886

Summary:

This Ph.D. organic chemist is an experienced research and development director with over twenty-five years managing the efforts of new product development, product cost savings, product maintenance, technical service, technology sourcing, process engineering, quality assurance, hazardous waste, product safety and packaging engineering.  He is a strong communicator of chemical and technical language into commercial, marketing or lay language.

He has patents in the fields of polymers and coatings, and has published articles related to organic chemistry and coatings technology. Additionally, he has taught organic chemistry at local universities.  He is the former Director of Research and Development at Rust-Oleum Corporation, the former Executive Director of Paint Research Associates at Eastern Michigan University, and the former Vice President of Technology at Roman Adhesives, Inc.

He provides case file review, research, site inspections, sampling for evidence, testing of evidence, failure analysis, verbal reports, written reports, assistance with depositions of opposing side's experts, case strategy based on experience with similar matters, testimony at deposition, and testimony at trial.




Expert Witness Code : 2276

Summary:

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 9187

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of experience in the field of Reliability Engineering carrying out Analysis of High Technology systems during the Design and Development phase of the Projects.  He has worked extensively with both the United States Department of Defense and numerous civilian companies as a Reliability Engineering Consultant




Expert Witness Code : 5844

Summary:

This Ph.D is one of the world's leading experts in lead-acid battery technology. His expertise covers aspects of design, materials, processing, testing, reverse engineering, and failure analysis.  His knowledge in this area also includes lead chemistry, lead-acid battery recycling, and lead-acid battery research and development.  He has extensive experience with the research, production, and process development of electric batteries. He is knowledgeable of rechargeable batteries, maintenance-free batteries, and load-leveling batteries. He has tested and reverse-engineered batteries for many specific applications including portable devices and tools, electric vehicles, UPS, and SLI.  He has designed and constructed all types of battery testing equipment, including apparatus and methods for accelerated life testing, discharge specifications verification, cycle-life testing, and impedance measurement.

Over the course of his career, he has designed and installed numerous battery monitoring systems based on coulometers, strip-chart recorders, stand-alone dataloggers, and computer-controlled dataloggers.  He has studied and reported on many types of battery chargers including ferroresonant, SCR, switch-mode, and pulse chargers.  He has developed hydrometallurgical processes for recovering cadmium and lead from spent batteries.




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 : 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 : 3244

Summary:

This Expert has over 15 years of experience as a Physician spanning the Academic/ Government settings and private hospitals/practices.  He has extensive medical, technical and market knowledge of the medical and diagnostic fields.  His specific areas of medical expertise are in the fields of Family Medicine, Geriatrics, Emergency Medicine and Hospitalist.  He has a Fellowship in Geriatrics from Stanford University School of Medicine.  His Residency in Family Medicine was done at UC-Davis School of Medicine.  He has worked as an Emergency Medicine Attending at VA Hospital in Palo Alto, California and as a Hospitalist at Lodi Memorial Hospital, California. He is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and practice as a Geriatrician.  This Expert is the Medical Director of Sunnyvale Health Center,Los Altos Subacute Care, and Palo Alto Subacute Center.




Expert Witness Code : 6105

Summary:

This Ph.D is a graduate of the University of California with a Doctorate in Psychology.  He is an experienced clinical and forensic psychologist who testifies nationwide on standard of care issues, emotional damages and competency.  He is on the forensic panel of the Superior Court of California and provides court appointed evaluations of criminal defendants.

 




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 : 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 : 7957

Summary:

This expert witness has over 12 years of software experience in the design and development of n-tier Enterprise Applications and systems architecture and development using OOAD, UML, JAVA, XML, J2EE and Web Services.  He is experienced with EAL, ERP, BPM, NLP, workflow, messaging, communication and document management.  He has hands-on experience with service oriented architecture, generative techniques, large-scale fault tolerant systems and distributed computing.  In addition, he is experienced with CMM, RUP, SCRUM and Agile software development processes.




Expert Witness Code : 9057

Summary:

This expert witness has nearly twenty-five years of experience in purchasing, global sourcing, systems implementation, eProcurement, materials requirements planning and control, Capex, contract negotiations, operations and project management.  He is proficient in eCommerce technology, including MRPII (SAP and ORACLE), Windows suite of products, and various PC applications.




Expert Witness Code : 0787

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 4818

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 1390

Summary:

This Ph.D. performed research in laser navigation for four years and then joined Bellcore as a Member of Technical staff, pioneering in device technology for optical communication systems for which he was awarded Fellow rank in the Optical Society of America.  He then joined a major University, where he was a professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.  He took a leave of absence to co-found a telecommunications equipment supplier currently with annual sales of about $60M.  He is an experienced Expert Witness in intellectual property and LCD/Plasma/LED Display technologies.




Expert Witness Code : 5118

Summary:

This expert witness is a senior product marketing professional with twenty years overall business experience, including fifteen years of progressive experience in product marketing to both corporate and retail customers; specialist in market development and new product introductions in technology-driven industries such as video game, personal computer and semiconductor.




Expert Witness Code : 3171

Summary:

This Ph.D. has been in the communications and computer engineering fields since the mid-1970s and engaged in standardization since the early 1980s in a variety of both expert and leadership roles.  He is active in various international standards educational and research initiatives including the biennial SIIT conference (Standardization and Innovation in IT)and an international journal on standards research.  He presently serves as Secretariat of ISO/IECJTC1 SC32 (Data Management and Interchange).

He pas played pioneering roles in such technologies as microprocessors, home networks, bar codes, RFID, VoIP, and energy systems.  He served on the University of Colorado, BoulderCollege of Engineering faculty, teaching one of the few standards courses in the world.  He served a key role in founding its standards research center.  He holds a B.S. from Pepperdine University,and an M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Colorado.  When not traveling for work, he lives in Boulder and is a consultant, advising governments, organizations, and law firms on standards policy and patent issues.




Expert Witness Code : 6328

Summary:

This Ph.D's background includes a broad technical knowledge spanning diverse areas of engineering along with over fifteen years of printer technology experience. 

He has detailed knowledge of and experience with many laser print engines, printer controller technologies, and ink jet products.

He has deconstructed designs of a wide range of ink jet print heads and ink systems marketed by suppliers including HP, Canon, Epson, and Lexmark.




Expert Witness Code : 0124

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a professor of computer engineering in the department of electrical engineering and computer science at a major California University, where he served as a chair from 1998 to 2003. He has been involved in research and development in the areas of: computer architecture, reconfigurable computing, VLSI chip design,network-on-chip, sensor networks, and computer graphics since he received a Ph.D. degree from the University of Texas at Austin.  He has published more than 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals and conferences.  He has trained hundreds of students who have assumed key positions in software and computer systems design companies in the past twenty years. He has been a PI or Co-PI on more than 8 million dollars worth of research grants for developing next generation computer systems for applications in general purpose computing and digital signal processing.  He is interested in low-power and embedded digital signal processing, computer architecture, computer graphics, memory architecture (DRAM, SRAM, flash) and VLSI design.

Within the area of embedded digital signal processing, this Ph.D. is interested in the design and VLSI development of reconfigurable processor architectures and their algorithm mapping for high-performance and low-power applications in mobile communications.  This technology can be used for 3G and 4G cellular phones, as well as other telecommunications systems.  In the area of computer graphics, he has been involved in the development of a new scheme for creating computer-generated three-dimensional models of a scene based on previously recorded images captured with a standard digital video camera. These models can be used for military and civilian simulator applications, as well as movie special effects.  In the area of low-power system design, he has developed a software tool for scheduling and planning mission tasks to achieve power and performance objectives. This technology is targeted for planetary missions of autonomous spacecraft as well as for unmanned military vehicles.




Expert Witness Code : 7630

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 6881

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of experience in software, systems and electrical engineering.  His background includes patent prosecution and litigation, management of patent licensing projects, technical advisor for counsel, internet, web site and systems development, software product development, database management systems, software architecture, research and development, and system specification. 




Expert Witness Code : 4450

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over twenty-five years of academic experience in computer science and health information technology.  He is a recognized expert in the fields of reliability, security and privacy, system and software analysis, networks, and distributed computing.  Areas of emphasis in his research include fault-tolerant systems, intrusion detection, distance collaboration, and health information technology.  

He has been the principal or co-principal investigator on numerous research efforts funded by NASA, the National Library of Medicine, the Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Federal Communications Commission, among others.




Expert Witness Code : 0120

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2681

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty years industry experience in semiconductor manufacturing management. Skilled in all aspects of manufacturing flow, from raw wafer to final unit shipment.  He has been involved in writing many licensing agreements for semiconductor intellectual property with startup companies as well as industry leaders.




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 : 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 : 0157

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a long-time music-industry veteran with extensive experience in all aspects of music technology, including software and hardware development, performing, composing, writing, and education. He is a classically-trained instrumentalist who has also played jazz, folk, pop, and experimental music professionally since the 1960s. Currently the Director of the Music Engineering program at a prominent University, which he helped create, his scholarly research has focused on the history of electronic music and automated instruments, as well as the use of "alternative" controllers in electronic music performance. He has served as an executive director of the MIDI Manufacturers Association and is recognized as a top expert on the MIDI specification, as well as other digital audio formats. He developed the first sampling/resynthesis software for a personal computer, and the first graphic-oriented MIDI sequencer for the Apple Macintosh. He has served as a consultant for most of the major players in music creation and delivery software and hardware, and has written user manuals for many groundbreaking products in the industry. He has written over 500 articles on music and audio technology, and over a 25-year period was a columnist for three of the most respected magazines in the professional recording and musical instrument spaces. An educator at the college level for over 25 years, he is known as an erudite and witty speaker for audiences of up to several thousand engineers and lay persons.




Expert Witness Code : 6427

Summary:

This Expert is a principal architect and the managing partner of a premier Microsoft partner in Newport Beach, California. He has over 20 years of experience in software industry designing, architecting and developing enterprise level applications.  He holds numerous certifications including MCITP in SQL Server Database Developer and Business Intelligence as well as MCTS in WPF and Team Foundation Server.

He is a frequent speaker for Microsoft at events such as PDC, DevDays and CodeCamp.  He also appears as a guest speaker for a number of Microsoft WebCasts worldwide.  His most recent presentation has been on Microsoft’s Big Data implementation and cloud hosting of large data sets at Microsoft facilities in LA and Orange County. Other recent presentations include Window Mobile Development along with A Deep Dive into Business Intelligence Stack of SQL Server 2012 database.

This Expert is also the president of the Orange County .NetUser Group, one of the largest and oldest .Net user groups in the nation.  He is also the founder of Orange County SQ LServer user Group as well as WPF / Silverlight User Group.

As a software engineer, he has worked on various platforms including Windows and Unix.  He has hands on experience with programming languages such as C++, Java, VB.NET and C#.  He is a senior database developer with advance knowledge of SQL server Business Intelligence platform.  He is also considered a Big Data and WPF subject matter expert in Southern California.

As a technical manager, he has led large teams including BAs, DBAs, architects, software developers and QA engineers while managing time lines, deliverables and budgets.




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 : 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 : 9017

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a technology professional with more than 40 years of engineering and R&D experience. His major expertise is in the Electro-Opto-Mechanical and precision instrumentation design and manufacturing technologies. He has broad experience in mechanical design of military communication equipment. He has very substantial experience in areas of atomic-absorption spectroscopy, optical and mechanical metrology, testing and manufacturability analysis.  In particular, he has extensive experience in Bar-Code scanning industry as the lead designer of the large number of the laser and camera based Bar-Code scanners with about 160 US and International Patents. Also he has substantial experience in design, modeling and testing of machine vision automatic wafer surface quality control instruments. He has experience in patent deliberation as the Technical Expert.




Expert Witness Code : 5298

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 1462

Summary:

This Ph.D is currently the Chairperson of the Electronics, Computer, and Information Technology Department at a major University.  He has more than 15 years of experience with design of digital systems using VHDL and Verilog.  His current research interests are in the general area of reconfigurable computing.  Current research focuses on the development of a suite of software tools that allow scientists to benefit from the potential order of magnitude speedup in execution time offered by reconfigurable computers over typical desktop computers.  These tools significantly reduce algorithm development time by transforming C/C++ programs into an assembly language program that can be executed directly on a reconfigurable computer that implements an Application Specific Digital Signal Processor.  A major project in this research program involves the development of a remote reconfigurable hardware resource allocation system for executing algorithms from a remote site on the reconfigurable computer available in the laboratory.  He has also conducted research in the area of technology based curriculum development, distance education, and VLSI design for testability. 

This Ph.D. has taught courses on digital system design, ASIC design, microprocessor system applications, FPGA-based system design, and VLSI design for testability (using VHDL).  He has published more than 30 papers in peer-reviewed conferences/journals.  He has also developed several CAD tools which are part of the MCNC OASIS (Open Architecture Silicon Implementation Software) system.  He has served on the program committee and as a session chair for several International conferences.  He received a best paper and best presentation award for a paper presented at the International Conference on Computer Design and has received numerous fellowships and national awards.  He holds one US patent and led the effort to establish a new BS degree program in Computer Engineering at a major University.

 

 

 




Expert Witness Code : 7277

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 1403

Summary:

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 8552

Summary:

This expert witness has 30 years of broad based experience in the filtration and separation industry with in depth knowledge of the industry including marketing, sales, engineering, manufacturing, materials, R and D, administration, and general management. This expertise includes utilization of fibrous media (depth and surface retention), Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration, Nanofiltration, and Reverse Osmosis in sheet, lenticular, bag, cartridge, spiral, tubular, hollow fiber, and cassette device formats for the filtration of a wide variety of fluids including gases and liquids used in conjunction with Mobile Equipment (Automobiles, Trucks, Buses, and Off Road Equipment), Inks, Paints, Coatings, Foods, Beverages, Pharmaceuticals, Nutraceuticals, Semiconductors, Hard Drives and Disks, CD's, LCD's, Chemicals, Petrochemicals, Oil and Gas Generation and Distribution, Water, Medical Devices, Pigments, Cosmetics, Power Generation and Distribution, Aerospace Vehicles, Waste Treatment and Minimization, Metals and Mining, etc. 




Expert Witness Code : 5179

Summary:

This expert witness has more than 30 years of experience in the research, analysis, design and development of electronic systems and software for acquiring, processing, analyzing and communicating signals and images.  He is experienced in both hardware and software for these systems, including algorithm development and digital, analog, and radio frequency circuitry.  His doctoral dissertation is in signal processing.  He holds issued US patents in these areas. 

He serves as an engineering consultant to industry, and as an expert witness.  He is experienced in working with patents and has prepared expert reports regarding patent infringement/non-infringement and validity/invalidity.  He has been deposed and has testified at trial in both Federal and State courts.




Expert Witness Code : 8033

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 25 years of experience in the design, simulation, and realization of complex systems, power electronics, analog electronics, and high voltage systems.  He has worked on 120 kW electric race cars, hybrid-electric vehicle systems, 120 kV pulsed power systems integrated with low voltage semiconductor control electronics, and numerous analog electronic systems.  His simulation experience includes circuit simulation with PSpice, system simulation with MATLAB and C, and Model-Based-Design using MIL, SIL, and HIL techniques. He is the author of several textbooks on circuit simulation, MATLAB programming, computer usage, and has also authored several courses on Model-Based-Design.  His academic website is referenced by students and professionals and has course materials available on analog circuit design, power electronics, and Model-Based-Design.

He studied computer systems, analog design, and high voltage pulsed-power at the University of Michigan graduate school.  He went on to teach at the university level and consult at National Labs and various companies.  His projects included an analog system to control the bombardment heating system of a large-cathode electron gun, a 12 V to 1000 V, 300 W portable pulse generator,  an electric race car that could achieve a top speed of 120 MPH, 1.5 kW photovoltaic battery chargers, and modeling and design of hybrid-electric vehicles.  Currently, he is a professor at Rose-Hulman Institute of technology where he is developing new courses on Model-Based-Design and using automatic code generation to design microcontroller systems.  He has two patents on battery chargers for photovoltaic systems and has served as an expert witness in cases involving analog systems, simulation, and battery chargers.




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 : 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 : 6703

Summary:

This Ph.D's technical expertise is mechanics of materials.  He has extensive practical experience working with companies to design and develop implantable medical devices.  He has assisted client companies throughout all stages of the product process including concept development, performance testing, material and manufacturing process, product validation and engineering documentation for regulatory submissions.  He has developed a strong reputation for using advanced finite element analysis to address issues of product performance and reliability and has worked with a range of materials including ceramics, biopolymers, Nitinol and other advanced engineering alloys.




Expert Witness Code : 2721

Summary:

This Ph.D has more than 30 years of experience as an academic, industry practitioner and litigation support and expert witness. His expertise includes management, design, and development in telecommunications, signal processing systems, modem development and integrated circuit development.  His technology focus encompasses error-correcting codes, telecommunications, digital signal processing ( both algorithms and implementation ), digital systems design, communications theory, integrated circuit design, and CAD. He is the recipient of patents and awards for his efforts in the fields of communications and VLSI circuits.




Expert Witness Code : 6501

Summary:

This expert witness has over forty-five years of engineering experience with a focus on systems development for military applications.  He has over forty years in software engineering.  He is conversant with software, hardware applications and platforms.




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 : 2686

Summary:

This Ph.D has more than thirty years of industry experience in the design of consumer products, medical implantable devices, aerospace and automotive systems, electronic packaging and finite element analysis.  He is currently a Director of Mechanical Engineering for a Medical Technology company.  Previously, he was Vice President of Mechanical Engineering for a leading engineering consulting company focusing on the design and development of medical devices.




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 : 3823

Summary:

This Ph.D is a senior high-technology executive with over 30 years of management experience in both small and large technology company business environments. He has a strong technical background with emphasis on wireless and networking. He is a hands-on, energetic, people-oriented leader with proven ability to quickly build effective results-oriented teams with focused business objectives. Strong interpersonal and business skills are equally effective with customers and partners as with employees.  For the past year, He has been directly involved in identifying new business opportunities in the wireless, security, networking, and/or location markets for a major Venture Capital fund in California.  His previous experiences include product design, research and development and engineering and corporate management of companies brining wireless technologies to market.




Expert Witness Code : 6750

Summary:

This expert witness is a mechanical engineer, licensed to practice in 22 states. His experience includes the design of HVAC systems, process ventilation systems, dust collection systems, process piping systems, custom automatic machines, and process systems over a period of 32 years. His experience in design and construction includes projects in the industrial, commercial, educational, institutional, and healthcare sectors.  He has held positions with design firms (A/E), as well as construction and manufacturing firms.




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 : 3028

Summary:

This Ph.D is a senior quantitative analyst with expertise in a variety of financial markets, especially those for fixed income, credit derivatives, and foreign exchange.  Because of his reputation as an expert in financial risk management, he was asked in 2000 to teach the subject at Polytechnic University's Financial Engineering program, where he has been doing so ever since.  As a "hands on" software developer, he built pricing models of fixed income derivatives at HSBC, built foreign exchange and risk management systems at Deutsche Bank, and consulted for such clients as the New York Clearing House and CitiGroup. 

Prior to his financial career, he conducted research in mathematical biology at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, under the direction of Nobel Laureate Manfred Eigen and at the University of Pennsylvania, under the direction of MacArthur Prize Winner Stuart Kauffman.  His foundational papers in evolutionary "fitness landscapes" continue to be widely cited, 15 years after their publication.  His recent research combines his interest in mathematical biology and quantitative finance in a study of "pragmatic information," or the amount of information actually used in making a decision. 

He has authored or co-authored over 20 papers in refereed journals and one U.S. patent.  He has also spoken at numerous mathematical biological and quantitative financial conferences.




Expert Witness Code : 6239

Summary:

This expert witness has over 40 years of insurance industry experience, including 20 years managing reinsurance actuarial functions.  He is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society, a member of the CPR Panel of Distinguished Neutrals, a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter, and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.  He has earned MS degrees in both theoretical and applied mathematics, as well as in economic systems.

He previously served as Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary of PXRE Group, where he managed the Actuarial Department and served as the Appointed Actuary for the companies within the group.  He was responsible for loss reserving functions and pricing model development, along with related corporate modeling.  He began his career at Insurance Services Office and subsequently served as an actuarial manager at Prudential Reinsurance, Signet Star Reinsurance and SCOR Reinsurance Company.

 




Expert Witness Code : 8846

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 0130

Summary:

This Ph.D has been teaching Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at a major University since 1969 and is now a full professor.  He is a former holder of the Grace Hopper Chair of Computer Science at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.

He has published more than 70 papers, has authored or coauthored ten books, has edited three books, and has 12 patents. He has chaired the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer Architecture and the Computer Architecture Committee of the Association for Computer Machinery. He was also a Computer Society Governing Board member, Euromicro director, IEEE Micro editor, and Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing area editor.

He was elected to be a Fellow of the IEEE for his contributions to database computers, and he was awarded membership in the Golden Core of the IEEE Computer Society. At the 25th International Symposium on Computer Architecture, he was recognized for having published more papers at this prestigious symposium than any other author. He has consulted for several companies including the Microelectronics and Computer Corporation.




Expert Witness Code : 5944

Summary:

This expert witness is a registered patent attorney and non-practicing physician.  His experience encompasses food and drug law, intellectual property law, and technology licensing.  his practice focuses on providing advice to life sciences companies and trade associations on the strategic interaction of Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) regulations, intellectual property law, and technology licensing.  He represents the research-based pharmaceutical industry on market exclusivity strategies and domestic intellectual property issues, and he has particular expertise in the patent and non-patent market exclusivity provisions of the Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984 ( the Hatch-Waxman Act ). 

He has testified on behalf of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America ( PhRMA ) before the Subcommittee on Health in the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, and the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation.  He has made presentations on the Hatch-Waxman Act before the general counsel of the FDA, has testified in hearings on the intersection of intellectual property and antitrust in the pharmaceutical industry before the Federal Trade Commission ( FTC ) and the Department of Justice - Antitrust Division, and has participated in FTC workshops on antitrust issues in the health care industry.




Expert Witness Code : 5595

Summary:

This expert witness is a respected telecommunications authority, with over 30 years of experience in all aspects of the industry.  He began his career with AT and T's Southern Bell subsidiary, and rose quickly through field sales management.  In 1985, he was promoted to AT and T headquarters in New Jersey, after opening AT and T's first field office in non-AT and T territory following divestiture.  At headquarters, he served on numerous management teams responsible for overseeing the design, production, marketing and sales for AT and T products and services.  Among his accomplishments, he received a Vice Presidential commendation for his public relations efforts during the divestiture of the Bell System, which included over fifty speeches and address, newspaper interviews and television appearances.

After nearly 20 years with AT and T and the Bell System, in 1992, he started a company that designed and built interactive voice response systems ( IVR ), and designed the first International Callback system using the AT and T Conversant® System.  He was closely involved with the opening of telecom markets in Europe, and designed and established the first authorized telecom reseller platform in Europe.

He is a corporate business executive and entrepreneur experienced in designing and implementing successful marketing and public relations campaigns in the US and globally and has a history of involvement in entrepreneurial ventures; general management, public relations and marketing; conversant in Spanish, German and Italian.




Expert Witness Code : 9772

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a Professor of Radiation Oncology for the Radiation Physics Department at an established university and the Chief of Medical Physics Research.  He has over 20 years of academic experience and holds a Ph.D. in Physics from John Hopkins University.  He is currently leading a project regarding the clinical implementation of intensity modulated radiation therapy.  He is the recipient of numerous awards in the field of Radiology and Oncology.




Expert Witness Code : 4856

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 35 years of industry and academic experience covering a broad swath of hardware and software engineering, having worked in the computer chip industry for 16 years (at AMD, Integrated Device Technology, ComCore/National Semi and Semtech), along with a 6 year stint in aerospace (Hughes Aircraft Doctoral Fellow). While providing technical support for all IC products for customers all across the western US, his chief focus was microprocessors (i8085/8048, Z80/Z8000, Am2900, MIPS R3000/4000) and their attendant software development systems and test/integration tools (ICE, logic analyzers).

He has a unique perspective on the computer chip industry, having been involved since the early days of Fairchild Semi in the mid 1960s (while still in high school), then observing the founding of Advanced Micro Devices in May 1969, for whom he later was employed as a field applications engineer for software and systems. (he has chronicled the "genesis" of Silicon Valley in an article plus org chart.)




Expert Witness Code : 7358

Summary:

This expert witness is a management and forensic consultant in marketing and sales. In Asian markets, he creates networks of manufacturers' representatives and industrial distributors for American suppliers.  In America, he develops networks of representatives and distributors for Asian suppliers.  He promotes conflict resolution between parties involved in representative and distribution agreements.  For 30 years, he created, upgraded and managed marketing and sales organizations throughout America, Europe and Asia.

His experience includes the development of worldwide OEM sales and distribution channels and customer service organizations.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering and a Master in Business Administration, giving him a unique combination of technical and business skills.




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 : 2562

Summary:

This expert witness is a noted author, technologist, educator, product developer, consultant, patent analyst, and expert witness specializing in mobile, cellular, and wireless technologies, networks, phones, standards, services, and systems.  As a senior executive for major telecommunications manufacturing and consulting firms, he has been responsible for the planning, design, development, sales, and marketing of numerous next generation private and public telecommunications networks and services.  He is currently president of a leading provider of strategic consulting, educational services, and research reports to the mobile, cellular, and wireless communications industry.  He began his career in the telecommunications industry in 1970 as a communications consultant/network planner, designing complex multi-node, private networks for large commercial and government organizations.

Since 1990, his professional activities and services have focused exclusively on mobile, cellular, and wireless technologies, markets, standards, spectrum, regulations, networks, and services.  In these fields, he has authored numerous research reports on cellular carriers, emerging technologies, and markets.  He has taught various public and private seminars on mobile, cellular, and fixed wireless technologies, networks, and services.  He has also served as a plaintiff and defendant expert witness on a wide spectrum of civil and business matters/litigation involving wireless communications products and services.  As a business and market consultant, he has assisted clients in developing new products, evaluating new market opportunities and developing plans to capture them.  As a patent analyst, he has assisted many leading law firms and corporate clients in defending against or asserting claims of patent infringement and patent validity.  This patent work has encompassed 802.11/Wi-Fi/WLAN standards, Bluetooth standards and all second, third and fourth generation UMTS and CDMA2000 standards, and technologies.




Expert Witness Code : 8705

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of academic and industry experience in computer science, eCommerce technology and electronic voting.  Additionally, he is an attorney focusing on intellectual property matters involving computer and Internet technology.   He has developed and teaches courses in eCommerce, Algorithm Design, Internet Technology and Electronic Payment Systems.  He is an experienced expert witness and intellectual property attorney with over twenty years experience as a sole-practitioner, Associate and Partner in various law firms.    




Expert Witness Code : 4919

Summary:

This expert witness is experienced in valuation and diminution-in-value issues involving commercial, industrial, subdivisions and vacant land properties, as well as single- and multi-family residences.  Diminution issues include environmental contamination, soil or geotechnical construction conditions, eminent domain, natural disasters, construction defects, tragedy, leases and other conditions that may impact property values.




Expert Witness Code : 6573

Summary:

This Ph.D is a professor and experienced electrical engineer with over twenty years of industry and academic experience.  Her work experience includes the design and development of phase shifters, RF feed networks, radiator elements and transmit / receive (T/R) modules for airborne phased-array and active array antennas. Her current research interests include high-density circuit packaging and interconnects as well as the development of antennas for wireless communications systems. She holds 4 U.S. patents and has authored or co-authored over 50 technical publications.




Expert Witness Code : 9248

Summary:

This expert witnesses business management experiences, broad analysis skills, and more than five years in the technology industry give him a very unique perspective on how technology solutions should be analyzed, priced, marketed, and implemented throughout the enterprise in a cost effective manner.

Currently, his skills are primarily used for business analysis, consulting, auditing, and interfacing with customers, as well as, MCI executives concerning the organizations IT business needs.  His technical skills include knowledge of the following: UNIX, Cisco IOS, Microsoft NOS and office applications, and conceptual knowledge of various vendor firewalls and intrusion detection products.  He is also familiar with legal issues pertaining to the Federal legislation standards for HIPAA, GLBA, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and Intellectual Property.




Expert Witness Code : 6559

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an experienced R&D Engineer/Manager/Director with a Government Top Secret Level security clearance, with advanced skills in the areas of mentorship, IC architecture for wireless communications, advanced RF and Digital signal processing, antennas, RF and embedded systems architecture,real-time systems and patent analysis and support.  He possesses excellence in teamwork collaboration and leadership skills.




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 : 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 : 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 : 5334

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over fifteen years of industry and academic experience with a focus on the development of algorithms for artificial intelligence and its application to advanced robotics, automated manufacturing processes, homeland security, and scientific discovery methods.  His research has produced an extensive collection of publications on these subjects, in addition to participation in myriad panels, seminars and conference participation. 




Expert Witness Code : 9116

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an expert in Research and Development, prototyping, product scale-up, process optimization, technology transfer.  He has experience in virtually all aspects of cleanroom and semiconductor process technologies, as well as the ability to use cleanroom processing in semiconductor, solar, bio, medical, pharmaceutical applications.  He has solid knowledge of semiconductor devices and materials: physics, technology, applications.  He has hands on cleanroom processing skills like: etching, deposition, annealing, and patterning, all gained from 20 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, high-tech start-ups, national labs, and university environments.  He is knowledgeable in material characterization, measurement, and metrology - wide range of techniques - optical, electron, atomic force microscopy, various spectroscopy techniques.




Expert Witness Code : 1900

Summary:

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 6313

Summary:

This expert witness has over 20 years of experience in a variety of operational aspects of the telecommunications industry, including engineering, manufacturing, customer support, marketing, finance, and general management.  He has experience with packet switching systems, time division multiplexing systems, access devices, as well as network management and monitoring systems.  He is experienced in technologies involving voice, data, Fax, Video, and voice over data applications.  He is also experienced in both Local Area Network and Wide Area Network technology, including the evolution of international telecommunications standards.




Expert Witness Code : 1401

Summary:

This expert witness is a Registered Professional Mechanical Engineer with more than 30 years of experience, specializing in the fields of mechanical and structural engineering, with a particular focus on turbomachinery, and with significant experience in failure analysis and accident reconstruction. 




Expert Witness Code : 6801

Summary:

This expert witness brings over thirty years of hands on experience as an Engineering management consultant, specializing in electric utility practices and transportation infrastructure, related to Engineering / Construction projects. He assists attorneys in preparing construction delay claims, and litigation cases involving personal injury arising from utility / transportation operations.

This expert has more than 30 years of hands-on experience as a project management Professional, specializing in Program/Project management, developing/reviewing CPM project schedules, project organization and interfacing with owners, attorneys, architects, engineers, consultants, construction managers, and contractors. He is skilled in resolving disputes among owners and contractors related to construction projects.  His work involves all phases of project management, including: proposals, presentations, administrative correspondence, construction inspections, design and constructability reviews, preparation of contract documents, proposal reviews, selection of contractors, consultants and vendors, and selection of project   management software. He is also experienced in project valuation, streamlining claims and claim prevention.  He gained experience in project oversight by providing accurate project assessments, of project cost and schedule, thus keeping owners apprised of the project status.

He has worked extensively on projects involving the repair and maintenance of major infrastructural elements, including roadways, bridges and tunnels. He also has experience with major construction projects involving the design and construction of nuclear and fossil fuel power plants, additions and modifications to existing plants, high voltage transmission lines, large and small hydroelectric plants, desalination plants, computer facilities, gut rehabilitation of 1,200 multiple-dwelling units, airports and rail facilities. 




Expert Witness Code : 3834

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty-years of experience as an independent technical consultant and industry practitioner in the medical device industry.  She has research and development experience ranging from start ups to major corporations.  She holds several patents covering myriad medical devices.




Expert Witness Code : 9272

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a University Professor of Materials Science and Engineering where he also holds the Sirrine Endowed Chair. Previously, he served as the interim Vice President for Research, Vice President for Economic Development,and directed for 14 years the Center for Optical Materials Science and Engineering Technologies (COMSET).  He earned a B.S. in Ceramic Science and Engineering (1993) and the Ph.D. in Ceramic and Materials Engineering (1997) from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He has published more than 350 archival scientific papers, holds 33 U.S. and foreign patents, has given in excess of 150 invited lectures/colloquia, and has co-organized 75 national and international conferences and symposia.

Among numerous other awards and honors, this Ph.D. has received the Schwartzwalder-PACE Award (NICE 2004) “in recognition of the nation’s outstanding young ceramic engineer whose achievements have been significant to the profession and the general welfare of the American people.”  He is a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society(ACerS), the International Society of Optical Engineering (SPIE), and the Optical Society of America (OSA). He is also an elected member of the World Academy of Ceramics (WAC) and the US National Academy of Inventors (NAI).

He has been a Principal Investigator (PI) on more than $56 million worth of sponsored programs, gifts and contracts.  He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Topical Editor for Optics Letters, and is an active participant on the “Optoelectronic Glasses,” technical committee for the International Commission on Glass.




Expert Witness Code : 3258

Summary:

During his 40 year career in the intellectual property field, this expert witness has always been at the cutting edge of legal and technological developments.  He has served as the head of the IP departments of 5 Fortune 500 companies, including Apple, National Semiconductor, Medtronic, Data General and Bally Manufacturing.   As an expert witness he has been engaged in over 30 IP-related litigations as a patent expert on issues such as infringement and validity, royalties, licensing issues, willful infringement and inequitable conduct.  He has also served as an expert on trade secret, copyright, patent design and trademark issues.  He has represented plaintiffs and defendants about equally.  He has been deposed over 25 times and testified at five trials, with two more trials scheduled for May and June 2009.  He has experience in the following technologies – computers, peripherals, mass storage systems, semiconductors, integrated circuits, software, video games and gaming systems, telecom equipment and systems, wireless, medical devices, consumer electronics, and plasma TVs.   In addition, he co-founded two IP-related companies, IP Checkups in 2004 and Aurigin Systems (1993 to 2002), both providing software and services related to competitive patent landscape mapping and analysis.   He is named as a co-inventor on 22 issued U.S. patents.  He has recently been selected by Intellectual Asset Management magazine to be one of the “IAM 250: World's Leading IP Strategists.”  He has been on Marquis' Who's Who in America since 2007.

 

 




Expert Witness Code : 5605

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Information School and an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at a major university, where he directs the AIM Research Group comprising students from the university information science and computer science programs.  

His research in human-computer interaction combines computer science, interaction design, and psychology to investigate novel user interface technologies, input and interaction techniques, human performance with computing systems, and accessible, mobile & surface computing interfaces.  He has co-authored eight best paper winners, including five from ACM CHI, and three best paper nominees, also from ACM CHI.  He is a recipient of an NSF CAREER award and three other NSF grants.  




Expert Witness Code : 9686

Summary:

This expert witness has over 25 years experience developing communication systems, including 13 years at Stanford Telecom as an engineering director, and director positions at Texas Instruments and Hyundai.  Experience includes development of satellite communication ground stations for the government, DVB-S integrated circuits for consumer products in Asia. Most recently, he has worked with a number of start-ups developing communication products ranging from RFID to sensor networks.

His experience helps him to recognize, isolate and correct problems which occur during the development process, given the high cost of ASIC fabrication, he prefers to implement an FPGA verification platform whenever possible to enable real time evaluation of the digital/RF interface, and to allow software development to proceed prior to first working Silicon.




Expert Witness Code : 0845

Summary:

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 7913

Summary:

This expert has more thanthirty years of experience in the card manufacturing and personalization industry as a technical and business leader. He has designed, developed and introduced several new products,processes and companies to advance the industry as new technologies and capabilities were desired and adopted by card issuers.  Many of these ideas resulted in international patents for companies that employ these technologies in their current products.  Long standing participation innational and international Standards organizations to help assure interoperability of card applications globally. Recognized as an industry expert in advanced card technology and applications such as cards with electronics (smart cards) and applications like EMV and mobile.

 

With a long history and perspective in this industry, he is regularly requested to consult as an expertin patent disputes as well as contract disputes where card construction,performance or specification standards are questioned.  He has advanced degrees in both engineering and business along with his experience to apply to a wide range of technical and contract issues in the card industry.





Expert Witness Code : 7030

Summary:

This expert witness has an established record for delivering thorough and reliable analyses of advanced digital and optical communications technologies within aggressive schedules. Drawing upon more than 20 years of industry experience in the development of digital and optical voice and data communications products and roles on national and international standards committees, he now applies his skills to intellectual property matters. His consulting roles have included patent analysis (including portfolios of more than 250 patents), prior art studies, claim construction and Markman briefings, development of court tutorials, and evaluating the market potential of new technologies.  He is well-versed in optical technologies, including optical amplifiers, MEMS, optical switching, laser, etc.  His expertise also includes optical networking and data protocols.




Expert Witness Code : 7673

Summary:

This Ph.D has over thirty-years of professional experience as an industry practitioner in optical systems design with a focus on electro-optics; CCD / CMOS imaging technology; Opto-mechanical and precision tooling design.  As company Vice President for Research and Develeopment, he directed the development of OEM laser products that greatly contributed to the company's rapid growth.




Expert Witness Code : 0189

Summary:

This Ph.D. has a multifaceted career involving High Technology Research and Development, Corporate Management, Management Consulting, Venture Capital, University Teaching and Academic Management including elected office.  These assignments have provided him the opportunity to produce many publications, an overlay career as an Expert Witness.  In addition, he has been involved in involvement with numerous High Technology start-up companies for the computer, communications, and microelectronics industries. 




Expert Witness Code : 7446

Summary:

This expert has over 50 years of semiconductor industry experience.  As the Founder of a strategic technology consulting firm, he assists technology clients with business matters involving semiconductor packaging and manufacturing, display technology, electronic assembly, medical electronics solar cell technology, and mechanical devices.  He holds four issued patents in semiconductor packaging and has several patents pending.  As a registered United States Patent Agent, he has managed the filing and prosecution of patents in the fields of mechanical, electrical and business methods.  This expert has also served as a testifying and background expert in litigation matters.  He has written four technical books on semiconductor and display technology.




Expert Witness Code : 5993

Summary:

This expert witness is a twenty-year veteran of business development, corporate development, corporate finance and administration for private and public companies.  He has consistently demonstrated an affinity for information technology and its use in business. Personal traits include ability to rapidly build trust and rapport, strong collaborative leadership style, bias toward seeking a well-conceived point of view on challenging business decisions.




Expert Witness Code : 7659

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over twenty years of experience in the field of electrical and computer engineering.  His areas of expertise include signal ( voice / image / video ) processing, communication systems, microprocessor systems, electric circuits, data acquisition systems, biomedical instrumentation, and software development.  He is a faculty member in a major University and is the Director of Graduate Studies for the department.  In addition to more than 70 publications in the field, he has been very active in professional activities as a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ( IEEE ) Signal Processing Society.  He is currently serving as a member of the IEEE-SPS Image and Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing Technical Committee.  He has served as General Chair of the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, as well as General Chair of SSMSD, General Chair of SSIAI, and Vice Chair of SSIAI, in addition to positions on numerous other professional committees.  He has also been Associate Editor of the journal, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing.




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 : 6587

Summary:

This expert witness has been involved in the definition of Double Data Rate SDRAM since its earliest inception. His background is in computer sciences and career highlights include 19 years at Intel where over the years he was systems hardware designer, software designer, and field accounts manager.  He subsequently was with S3 where he was an architecture specialist and at Transmeta as a technology analyst.  He then entered the memory modules world with management positions at Netlist and SimpleTech, and is credited with successfully introducing 4 rank and DDR3 registered DIMMs into the JEDEC standardization process.

This expert witness has served on the JEDEC Board of Directors and chaired committees for DRAM parametrics, small form factor memory modules, and sockets throughout the development of DDR1, DDR2, and DDR3.  He has also done expert witness testimony in court cases involving resolution of patent issues.  He speaks often at technology trade events. 




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 : 6112

Summary:

This Ph.D has over twenty years of experience in the computer hardware and software industries. He has served as a VP of Engineering, Senior Manager, and Technical Leader at startups as well as large companies such as Cisco, KPMG and TIBCO. He has also held such positions as principal engineer and so has a broad range of direct and relevant experience in software design and development. He also teaches computer science at the university undergraduate and graduate levels.

In addition, he utilizes the latest analytical techniques coupled with in-depth analysis of patent(s) or prior art in cases involving patent infringement or claims of prior art. Not only pattern matching is used. He may perform comprehensive algorithm analysis to isolate areas where even sophisticated pattern recognition methods may fail to identify or indicate false positives. He will also employ statistical and analytical methods to provide clear metrics for presentation.




Expert Witness Code : 5400

Summary:

This Ph.D. has more than 20 years of experience as an industry practitioner and technology director. His expertise includes the management of operations systems integration, the analysis of operations and data communications protocols, the analysis of data switch performance, and the analysis of automatic call distribution systems.  He is the recipient of an award for his work in the analysis and modeling of human / switch performance in automatic call distribution systems.  He has published papers describing new queuing techniques for analyzing the performance of human work groups and data networks.

Services Marketing - Director of Services Marketing. Organization concentrated on developing market solutions for the new Enterprise Portal product and technology.

Consulting Management - Director of a systems integration. Organization specialized in the test planning, testing, and integration of Operations Support Systems.

Technical Supervisor - Director / Supervisor of various technical groups in the areas of network signaling integration, operations protocol testing and integration of Network Elements and Operations Support Systems, data protocol testing and integration, and test tool development.

Performance Analyst - Distinguished Member of Staff for the performance analysis of data switching and networks, operator services /residence service bureaus / business service bureau staffing and automated call distribution.




Expert Witness Code : 9594

Summary:

This expert witness has over 19 years of industry and academic experience. He has designed, implemented, and optimized both hardware and software aspects of several wireless communication systems for CDMA, WiFi, and sensor networks. He is adept at technology investigations and engineering management. He has broad expertise in wireless communication, WiFi, CDMA/WCDMA network optimization, VoIP, computer architecture, and computer networks. He is a very active researcher and is well published and cited.  He has given depositions in court and outside of court and has prepared expert reports. He has handled both ITC and district court cases.  This expert witness was the 2008 recipient of the IEEE Professionalism Award and winner of the 2010 Tech Titan of the Future Award.