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Expert Witness Code : 8845

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 7332

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 1380

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2700

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 20 years of experience in designing and developing medical device to clinical problems.  He has extensive experience as a surgeon having performed ENT, Obstetrics, Gynecology & Neuro surgeries, head and neck surgeries and assisted in neurosurgeries.  He practiced surgery and medicine for eight years, before getting inspired to complete his Master’s& Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at the IIT.  His post-doctoral research at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor is in Nephrology, Artificial Organs and Blood when he developed, evaluated and tested a stem cell-based Artificial Kidney Device and worked on a de-heparinization and blood device that can be used in Cardiac surgeries.

He teaches courses titled Medical Device Design & Development, Human Physiology in Health & Disease, Overview of the Medical Device Industry and Medical Devices - the Basics & the Business, Cardio-Pulmonary Pathophysiology and Devices for University of California extensions atBerkeley, Santa Cruz & Irvine.  He is also a medical device adviser and consultant.




Expert Witness Code : 8173

Summary:

This expert witness has participated in the IEEE standardization of Verilog and SystemVerilog, and has extensively used Verilog for design and verification.  He has been actively involved in the Verilog 1364 standardization as a member of the Behavioral Task Force since 1997.  This Task Force was responsible for the synthesis and verification enhancements to the language.  He was also a member of the IEEE 1364.1 Verilog RTL Synthesis Interoperability Working Group, and of the Accellera SystemVerilog Working Group, which is adding further enhancements to the Verilog language for synthesis and verification.

He has authored conference papers on verification for the Synopsys Users Group ( "SNUG" ) and DVCon.  He has also instructed Introduction and Advanced Verilog for Synthesis and Verification courses.




Expert Witness Code : 7170

Summary:

This Expert Witness has more than 40 years of experience,including conceptual engineering, project management and scheduling,preliminary and final design, cost estimating and control, equipment specification, construction management and testing of power plants, substations and switchyards, water and waste water facilities, manufacturing plants, materials handling, grain storage, and OEM machinery electrical systems. In addition to electrical design of these facilities, Mr. Mullins has an extensive background in control and instrumentation design, including programmable controllers, distributed control systems, SCADA systems, real-time HMI and data logging, and digital control equipment related to these areas.

He is a registered Professional Engineer in Washington since 1978, and is qualified for registration in Alaska.




Expert Witness Code : 6903

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 44 years of industry experience in the automotive industry.  He began his career at General Motors Research Laboratory, then held positions of increasing responsibility with Delphi Delco Electronics Corporation and currently running an automotive electronics consultancy. He is familiar with automotive electronic component technology and the supply-line management required not only producing suitable automotive components, but supervising the R&D, advanced engineering, forward technology development, sales, and product line management process from OEM to customer.  He has worked in various technical and leadership roles to develop new products and complex systems from invention to production using both internal invention/development and external partnerships to achieve world-class automotive systems worldwide.  In 2001, he founded and established an automotive electronics consultancy focused both on automotive electronics suppliers doing business in North America and also support for expert witness litigation.  His firm has supported suppliers whose “home” countries have included Japan, Taiwan, China, Korea, Canada, United States, Germany, and France as they do business in North America.




Expert Witness Code : 3600

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 20 years leadership experience at Intel, National Semiconductor, and Zilog, and was the principal architect of the Pentium® Processor.  He is a past chair of IEEE Technical Committee on Microprocessors and Microcomputers, and has taught graduate-level classes in computer architecture at Stanford, Tel Aviv, and ASU.  He is the Founder and principal consultant of a company, which offers computer architecture consulting services to assess technology, develop products, and protect intellectual property.   He is highly skilled at analyzing hardware ( VHDL and Verliog ) and software ( C and assembly language ) of complex computer systems, and is specialized in Instruction Set Architecture, Processor Organization, Microprocessor Design and Validation, Performance Evaluation, and PC System Architecture. 

He has also been engaged as a testifying expert witness for patent litigation matters, and has been deposed and prepared expert reports on claims construction, validity analysis, and infringement analysis. 




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 : 1994

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a Professional Engineer with 30 years of industry experience in the engine emissions reduction, alternative fuels and vehicle component industries.  He has taught automotive technology courses as an adjunct instructor at a New York City community college.  His career began at Pratt & Whitney Division of United Technologies Corp. and continued at Mechanical Technology Inc., where he was involved as a Project Manager for a NASA sponsored Automotive Stirling Engine (ASE) group.  He then moved to Deere & Co.’s Rotary Engine Division developing a large size, modular natural gas rotary engine for stationary uses.  While working fora Washington, DC based consultancy (EA Engineering and Technology), he was the onsite manager for several demonstration projects under the NYSERDA funded Alternative Fuel Vehicle – Fleet Demonstration Project gaining experience with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and alcohol facilities, vehicles and safety. He wrote a pamphlet “Garage Guidelines for Alternative Fuels” for NYSERDA that was adopted by the US Dept of Energy.  After forming his own consultancy, he worked as a team member with other consultancies on several alternative fuel/hybrid vehicle evaluations and on planning alternative fuel equipment for truck stops. More recently, he evaluated and selected tactics to reduce greenhouse gases for the Hunts Point, Bronx, NY local delivery fleets funded by a grant from the NYC DOT.  Currently, his firm is selling equipment for the truck industry that achieves these goals. 




Expert Witness Code : 5221

Summary:

This Ph.D. is an accomplished Scientist with over 25 years’ experience in academia and industry.  He has demonstrated expertise in molecular and classical strain development, synthetic biology and bioinformatics as they relate to biosynthesis of chemicals and peptides including novel chemical entities.  He is insightful and innovative with proven skills in experimental design and implementation.

Throughout his career, he has led the development and implementation of cutting-edge technologies. As both an R&D leader and a consultant, he has worked with legal experts and advised companies on matters of intellectual property, white space and freedom to operate. He has published groundbreaking work that advanced the understanding of gene regulation and DNA repair in eukaryotes and has presenting his findings at National Meetings. He holds two patents pending and several trade secrets.




Expert Witness Code : 2769

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 30 years of technical and managerial experience in both industry and academia.  His litigation support experience as an Expert Witness in patent litigation began in 1999.  His primary expertise is in is thermal sciences; fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and thermodynamics. He has focused in particular on the development and application of computational methods in these areas. In addition to the thermal sciences, he has also been involved in the development of computational methods for the financial markets.  He is the author of over 40 technical publications and has consulted for over 40 companies.




Expert Witness Code : 4131

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty-five years of industry experience in the design engineering, product marketing, manufacturing and management of battery and battery charger technology.  His focus has been on lead acid battery technology and was a member of the team that developed the revolutionary Gates recombinant technology Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) battery.  He has extensive technical engineering and manufacturing management experience supervising the start up of new manufacturing facilities and merging of battery and battery charger product lines.  One of the key areas of expertise he developed and expanded upon during his career is the application engineering of the battery.  Key to this area of expertise is the battery-charger interface.  He developed various charger designs and techniques and was an industry expert in the application of battery charger design to battery.  While the designs of the battery chargers developed by him were of the transformer design for power conversion rather than the lighter weight, smaller switched mode types, the regulation circuitry which controls the battery interface is the area of his expertise.




Expert Witness Code : 7334

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5230

Summary:

 

This Expert Witness has a Ph.D. from M.I.T. and over 40 years of experience in analog circuits, power electronics, power supplies, feedback control systems, and electromechanical systems.  He has an intimate knowledge of the skills of practicing engineers, based in part on 25 years of experience running his own business in power electronics.  He has an extensive list of technical publications, and has given lectures on feedback systems and power electronics at major universities and at power electronics conferences.  He holds five patents in the field of electronic power conversion, and has served as an expert witness.

 




Expert Witness Code : 4748

Summary:

This Ph.D is a Registered Professional Engineer with over thirty-years of industry and academic experience with a focus on environmental, safety, vehicle and mechanical engineering and technology.  His experience encompasses safety issues related to automobiles and their manufacture, as well as heavy equipment used in construction.  His expertise is continuously updated through memberships in myriad professional organizations that focus on these technologies and issues.  He has published numerous articles and made several presentations on these subjects.




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 : 1854

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2834

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2904

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 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 : 7683

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Expert Witness Code : 6287

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 15 years experience as an industry expert in the field of Optics. He has served as an expert witness and consultant for patent infringement cases. As an inventor and co-inventor on over 42 issued patents, he also has extensive experience in the prosecution of patents and the management of intellectual property.

His research includes improving the performance of optical imaging systems by modeling and measuring the coherence properties of light returned from objects of interest and adjacent objects not of interest. Applications for this research include biomedical imaging, material science, and remote sensing; optical design, optical fabrication, optical design using anisotropic optical materials, tolerancing of optical systems, and optical design for manufacturing. His teaching interests are in the area of optical system analysis and optical engineering, and offers courses on Aberrations, Interferometry, Optical Testing, and Optical Laboratory course.




Expert Witness Code : 2543

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 4640

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Expert Witness Code : 7277

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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 : 6066

Summary:

After receiving his PhD degree in Optics from The Institute of Optics at the University of Rochester in 1984, This Ph.D joined the technical staff at AT and T Bell Laboratories. He performed research in ultrafast laser technology, semiconductor physics and optoelectronics, and fiber optics. He was promoted to Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, and then to Director of the Advanced Photonics Research Department.

After returning to The Institute of Optics as Director and Professor of Optics, he was awarded Fellow rank in the Optical Society of America and the American Physical Society.  In 2001, he began his role as a consultant in advanced technology, technology commercialization and patent litigation support, specializing as an Expert Witness with experience in Patent Litigation involving inventorship, invalidity, unenforceability, and other issues. His ability to understand complex technical issues and explain them to people with general knowledge is particularly strong.




Expert Witness Code : 7619

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 6203

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8875

Summary:

This Ph.D has over 30 years experience in Applied Physics and related technologies; and holder of over 55 patents in Internet technology and optical data storage, including: optical storage products, novel read-write optical drives and media, holographic data storage devices, and volumetric optical drives.  For his pioneering scientific work, he has received several awards from scientific and professional societies and is currently a professor at a major University in Applied Physics and Engineering.  

He has been engaged as both a technology consultant in the fields of optics and holography and as an Expert Witness in over 15 patent matters.   He has consulted for major Corporations and Government agencies.  He has also provided business leadership to the Board of Directors for top tier U.S. Venture Capital firms.  He is the author of over 350 technical papers.




Expert Witness Code : 3473

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a Business Process Expert (BPX) with over 24 years business experience and 19 years SAP experience, translating Business Process into Information Technology, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) process, aligning business functions with the ERP/SCM technology. He has extensive experience in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) Software packages of SAP versions from 2.2 through to 6.0 ECC, Manhattan Associates WMS/PkMS, IS-Retail and IS-AFS 6.6 the latest versions today, including several upgrade projects, in several positions ranging from Team Lead/Member to Project Manager, Quality Advisor and Crisis Management.  This Expert Witness has over 19 years of experience in resolving system integration issues in Full-Life Cycle projects of multi-module and interfacing between SAP and Non-SAP systems in multi-national implementation projects.




Expert Witness Code : 2352

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 4102

Summary:

During this Ph.D's graduate education, he worked under the direction of Dr. Robert F. Furchgott, Ph.D., a Nobel laureate in Pharmacology and Medicine ( Dr. Furchgott's Nobel Prize was for the discovery of nitric oxide as an important endogenous vasodilator agent.  His first years as an industry practitioner involved areas of specialization focused on the discovery and development of pharmaceutical products for cardiovascular disease.  Following his industrial experience, he joined the Food and Drug Administration where his last position was Deputy Director of the Division of Cardiorenal Drugs responsible for the approval of new drugs and blood substitutes, including TPA.

His skills span the areas of drug research and regulation.  He spent ten years consulting with companies whose major objectives were the submission of successful INDs, NDAs, 510( k )s, and PMAs, not only in the cardiovascular area but in the other disciplines regulated by FDA.  His current clients are being assisted in the following drug areas: AIDS, antidepressants, cardiovascular, endocrine, biotechnology products, wound healing, and anticancer drugs, among others.  He has extensive experience with generic drugs, ANDAs for topical and systemic use, and OTC drug evaluation.  He has close ties to FDA personnel and visits FDA on a regular basis to keep up to date with the latest information that would be valuable to clients.  His marriage of industrial and regulatory know-how is unique and clients are using his services not only to preclude FDA issues but also to solve tough scientific / clinical / regulatory issues which arise post-submission.




Expert Witness Code : 1227

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 6148

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of industry and academic experience in typography, prepress, platermaking, press and production systems.  He is an accomplished independent consultant with a focus in graphic arts and a specialist in color management systems and the integration of color systems in prepress work flows.  He is a writer for numerous magazines and one Web site, and author of several graphic arts industry books.  He is an experienced expert witness and has participated in several patent infringement cases involving graphic arts technologies and methods.




Expert Witness Code : 4084

Summary:

This expert witness has nearly thirty-five years of experience in technology and business management.  His experience covers the design and analysis of complex software systems; manufacturing of telecommunications equipment and fabrication of semiconductor devices; product marketing and distribution, and project management.  He has broad experience in computer applications and software languages. 




Expert Witness Code : 9688

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 3805

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 2157

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over forty years of academic and industry experience in advanced electronic systems with a focus on audio engineering and related technologies.  He is a former Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and long-time member and former Chairman of the Audio Engineering Society of New York.




Expert Witness Code : 9076

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 2648

Summary:

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





Expert Witness Code : 0402

Summary:

This Ph.D. (EE, Cambridge University, England, 1979) is the president of a California company in the business of electronic design since 1979.  His core business is the design of electronic controls for the Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) market, including inertial measurement, autopilots, electrical power controls, RF systems and video technology.  All of these technologies involve power supplies, a specialty of his company.  This Ph.D. has a wide scientific background, and is able to provide expert testimony and assess both the performance and the newness of various technologies.  While this is primarily useful in Intellectual Property disputes, it has occasional applications in other types of cases.  This firm handles both civilian and military applications.




Expert Witness Code : 2108

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of experience as a technologist, researcher and author.  He has been involved with strategic decision making and the Internet since the early 1990s. In addition to his career as an author, he is an experienced programmer and software architect.  He has served as Vice President of Strategic Development for an Internet startup, CTO of a Customer Relationship Management analytics company, and as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies.  He has over 20 years of software development and consulting experience including application design and implementation. He is an expert .NET programmer, and thoroughly familiar with Web services. An expert in Object Oriented and software methodologies, he has developed commercial products for Windows and UNIX platforms.  He has worked with enterprise development architectures, network topologies, multi-tier development models, and application servers.




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 : 9263

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a senior intellectual property licensing professional experienced in technology patent analysis, licensing, litigation, and prosecution.  He possesses a broad Silicon Valley electronics technology design and management background.  He has acted as a Vice President of Engineering in several electronics technology startups.  




Expert Witness Code : 7190

Summary:

This expert witness has nearly thirty years of electronic design engineering experience. His expertise includes a variety of programming languages including C, Verilog, Visual BASIC, FORTRAN and 8- 16- 32-bit assembly.  His laboratory equipment includes high-speed digital and analog oscilloscopes, logic analyzer, frequency counter, spectrum analyzer, LCR meters, digital volt meters, rework microscope, power supplies, programmers and data logger.  His software capabilities include SPICE modeling, schematic capture and PCB layout ( OrCad, Protel and Pcad ), high level mathematics, GUI interfacing, documentation in Word or PDF formats with Visio enhancements.




Expert Witness Code : 5771

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 25 years of industrial and academic experience, with a focus on industrial products, surface active agents, industrial cleaning, and communication of general chemical knowledge.  She has been a consultant since 1982 with Arkon Consultants, both in the industrial area and in litigation support and expert witness services.  She has extensive experience in new products, product analysis and formulations, and chemical microscopy.




Expert Witness Code : 7099

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8539

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8836

Summary:

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





Expert Witness Code : 3128

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 0990

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 8991

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 7253

Summary:

This Ph.D is a professional engineer with over 25 years of experience as a Quality Management System Consultant, and has also been an expert witness and/or technical consultant for matters involving the following industries: Medical, Aerospace, Automotive, Computers, Telecommunications, Silicon technology, Energy / Power, Optics, Electronics, Electromechanical.  He offers expertise in marketing, design, manufacturing and quality assessment guidance to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of internal company processes.  His company offers set-up and direction of customer, quality, reliability, design, manufacturing, crisis management, continuous improvement activities; set-up of global customer feedback systems working in an international environment, including the European and Asian Market; establishment of corporate strategic plans and objectives; comprehensive evaluation (gap analyses) of business processes; direct problem solving and continuous improvement activities; and teaching, organizing and managing of cross-functional teams. 




Expert Witness Code : 9475

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 4795

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 9924

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 8758

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 0624

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 3120

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 3742

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a dedicated professional with diverse experience in technologyleadership and intellectual property.  Hisprimary technical expertise is in power electronics, renewable energy systems,and electric drives.  He has strongcompetitive instinct as founder and technical executive of a rising startupcompany.  He spent three years developinga company IP portfolio of over 60 US patents and patent applications.  He possesses deep technical knowledge andmastery of literature developed over ten years as a professor at a leadingresearch university.  He is an inventoron eight US patents issued and about twenty US patents pending.  He has outstanding writing skillsdemonstrated by over 100 technical publications and numerous successful grantproposals.  This Expert possesses superbverbal communication skills honed by years of technical leadership, pitches toventure capital, academic presentations, and university teaching.   




Expert Witness Code : 8459

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2636

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 1445

Summary:

This expert witness has over forty-years of industry and academic experience with a focus on data storage technology with a focus on disk drive architecture and systems.  He has designed hardware and software products.  He has been an independent consultant for fifteen years providing product design and analysis services with a focus on disk drive technology.  He is an experienced expert witness who has participated in numerous intellectual property disputes, and has testified at deposition and trial.




Expert Witness Code : 5768

Summary:

This Ph.D is a skilled educator with over 50-years of academic and industry experience teaching university-level engineering courses.  His industry includes extensive experience design of embedded-control and real-time systems.  His product designs experience includes computers, printers, point-of-sale terminals, video remote controllers, security systems, modems, and multimedia equipment.  He is an expert in the areas of computer architecture, computer design, microprocessor design, digital signal processing, and multimedia and microcontroller applications.




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 : 7661

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of experience in Research and Development, and licensing of biomedical devices with a significant publication and patent history.  Having initiated the launch of significant new medical products, he expanded into clinical instruction for new medical products.  He has consulted with both start-ups and established companies in biomedical engineering on both technology and developmental issues for new product development.

This Ph.D.'s current research interests focus on teaching strategies, and guiding teams of students on product development teams in Cornell University's Master of Engineering Program. The teams work for a wide range of clients, and learn to approach biomedical engineering as a system involving clinical, patient, and technical issues leading to novel solutions of these problems.




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 : 8411

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 7748

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over twenty-five years of academic and industry experience with a focus on computer telephony and information systems technology.  He began his professional career with Bell Telephone Laboratories in the early development and testing of ISDN services and the #5ESS Digital Switch deployed by the Regional Bell Holding companies as a serving Central Office.   He is currently Associate Dean at a major University.  His prior tenure with the University included responsibility for the curricular content, hiring of instructors, managing laboratory facilities, and teaching multiple courses in voice and data networking in M.S. in Telecommunications program; the largest graduate program of its kind in the United States.




Expert Witness Code : 0496

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8443

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8654

Summary:

This Ph.D has nearly 15 years of academic experience with a focus on electronic engineering architecture and circuit design.  His primary areas of interest include the design and analysis of high-speed analog, radio-frequency (RF), and mixed-signal integrated cir­cuits.  He has worked with Bell-labs and Lucent Technologies where he worked on noise analysis in high-speed CMOS integrated circuits (ICs).  He has also worked at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center on gradient-based optimization and sensitivity analysis of custom ICs.  

He has been an Associate Editor of IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems and is currently serving on many Technical Committees. 




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 : 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 : 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 : 7289

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a Distinguished Research Professor of Mechanical Engineering at a major University, teaching a graduate program in magnet and materials engineering and in cryogenic thermal sciences and heat transfer. 

His research interests are in the following areas of technology:  Flow visualization in cryogenics; High Reynolds number fluid dynamics; Heat and mass transfer in liquid helium and other cryogens; Cryogenic multiphase phase flow; Particle characterization and separation using cryogenics; Characterization of cryogenic fuels for space propulsion; Cooling systems for superconducting magnets; Properties of materials and fluids at low temperature; and Instrumentation for cryogenic systems.

He has authored over 150 publications in low temperature physics, liquid helium technology, cryogenic engineering and magnet technology, and has also authored a textbook on Cryogenics.




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 : 7860

Summary:

This Expert has more than 50 years experience, including asset management, conceptual engineering, project management and scheduling, preliminary and final design,cost estimating and control, equipment specification, construction management and testing of hydroelectric and fossil and nuclear power plants, high-voltage substations, transmission, and distribution systems.  In addition to design, he has an extensive background in managing, defining and evaluating power supply interconnection plans, power and energy requirements, and load-flow, short-circuit,and voltage-drop studies.  He has provided expert testimony related to electric power system operation and safety.  This Expert is a registered Professional Engineer in several states in the United States of America and is qualified for registration in Canada and the United Kingdom.




Expert Witness Code : 8527

Summary:

This expert witness is an Information Security management professional with a proven record of security process improvement.  Her expertise is in information security management, information technology risk management, security tools and techniques, technology-related privacy issues, audit of physical and information systems, security awareness education, and InfoSec metrics.  Her direct technology experience spans enterprise architecture, telecommunications networks, operating systems, database management systems, network management systems, application development and support, business continuity, and operations process.  She has written two books on Information Security and Audit directed at IT Management, and is under contract to write one directed at non-technical C-level management.  She has advanced degrees in Philosophy and Computer Science.  She is certified in Information Systems Audit, Information Security Systems, Information Security Management, and IT Governance ( CISA, CISSP, CISM, CGEIT ).  




Expert Witness Code : 4280

Summary:

This Expert Witness has over 40 years of experience in designing, building, managing, and deploying embedded systems, especially real-time systems.  He has extensive background in areas such as software performance, real-time architecture, software design,implementation, and deployment, standards, software engineering maturity, and software organization.  He is frequently involved in software and systems engineering reviews and audits, overcoming obstacles as well as in identifying and mitigating software and system risks.  He is currently leading a new standard development for Safety Critical Java Technology.  His clients include over 25 companies and agencies, including the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Raytheon Corporation, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Baxter International,and Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle).

He has also a significant background in hardware design, implementation, interfaces, and control.  He has held a First Class Radio telephone License (now called a General Radiotelephone License) for over 40 years, and has worked with RF applications as well as digital and analog electronics throughout that period.  While he has concentrated more on software and systems design and implementation, his understanding of hardware, including communications protocols, interface mechanisms, and control mechanisms has proven to be critical to the success of many major systems.  Dr. Locke has worked closely with chip designers and circuit designers on a number of systems,working with VHDL and related specification 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 : 8046

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8920

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 0570

Summary:

This Ph.D is an accomplished executive, researcher and engineer experienced in academia, startups and Fortune 500 companies with extensive background in distributed systems and applications.  Strengths include visioning, team building, intellectual property development, strategic, spindle technology and technical leadership.




Expert Witness Code : 0762

Summary:

This Ph.D. has forty years of industry experience as a scientist, development engineer, corporate executive and consultant in the field of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and fabrication processes.  His expertise extends beyond purely technical to include product marketing and strategic planning.  His wide range of experience includes work for the aerospace and semiconductor industries and as a legal consultant and testimonial witness.  He is widely published in the field of semiconductor process and equipment, with particular emphasis in CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition), silicon epitaxy, and plasma processing.




Expert Witness Code : 1484

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 0199

Summary:

This expert witness has 22 years of experience in all aspects of online marketing-search-engine optimization, search-engine advertising, affiliate programs, online PR, etc.-along with more traditional offline marketing. A background in book publishing and technology, including e-commerce development, product development and management, user-interface design, software-product design, consumer research, training, and documentation.  He founded an e-commerce service provider funded by the world's largest VC firm, and an "online enabled" publishing company, Top Floor Publishing.

He is an accomplished public speaker on a wide range of subjects. Speaking engagements have included the subject of Internet marketing for ten years, to organizations such as the National Association of Broadcasters and the Colorado Tourism Conference. Other topics include search-engine marketing and advertising, publishing, and general online-business issues.  He has also been a guest speaker on over 100 radio shows.




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 : 0972

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5428

Summary:

This expert witness has over 25 years of experience in the computer industry.  He has a wide range of system experience, from low-level programming to large-scale integration and administration.  Recent experience covers multiple operating systems, languages, and network protocols.




Expert Witness Code : 8372

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 1939

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 0209

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a highly regarded electrical engineer, professor, inventor, technical consultant, author, and researcher.  He was awarded a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and currently is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at a major University.  He has extensive commercial technical consulting experience; and, is an accomplished and experienced expert witness and intellectual property and patent litigation support consultant.  He is a named inventor on several patents and is a Registered Professional Engineer (Massachusetts). 




Expert Witness Code : 5314

Summary:

This expert witness is an accomplished senior executive with broad strengths in both general management and finance with repeated successes at start-ups, emerging businesses, and under-funded organizations experiencing severe cash flow problems.  Key industries include software development, consumer goods and electronics manufacturing services, wireless communications, eBusiness and construction.

He is a skilled communicator and adept negotiator.  He is recognized for broad strengths in infrastructure development and enhancement, strategic planning, financial planning and management, operational and administrative leadership, product definition, development of beta customers, and securing capital, including IPO and VC funding.  He has a proven ability to analyze businesses, operations, and growth opportunities, and then introduce strategic and tactical solutions that improve competitive performance while increasing revenues and profits.




Expert Witness Code : 3852

Summary:

This Expert is a retired Executive Vice President Engineering for a large automotive corporation, a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America.

He is an SAE fellow, a member of ASME.  He has been the SAE Buckendale Lecturer and in 2002 was honored as the ASME Soichiro Honda Lecturer. He is the past president of the Engine Manufacturers Association, past member of the U.S. Federal Fleet Conversion Task Force, the U.S. Alternative-Fuels Council, and the U.S. EPA Mobile Source Technical Advisory Council.

In 2002 he participated in the National Academy of Science (NAS) review of the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles (PGNV) research program.  In 2006 he was awarded a patent for a diesel electric hybrid engine / vehicle. In 2007 he served on the NAS committee reviewing the DOE 21st Century Truck Partnership. In 2008 he was appointed to the NAS committee for “Assessment of Fuel Economy Technologies for Medium and Heavy Vehicles”. In 2009 he received the ASME Soichiro Honda Medal for his contribution to the diesel engine industry. In 2010 he was appointed to the NAS Committee for the Phase 2 review of the DOE 21st Century Truck Partnership Program. In 2011 he was appointed to the NAS for “Assessment of Technologies for Improving Fuel Economy of Light-Duty Vehicles-Phase 2. In 2012 he received the SAE Powertrain Innovation Award.




Expert Witness Code : 9906

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 6071

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of industry experience in the design and engineering of consumer electronic systems.  Since 1976, he has been focused on the design and product development of video game technology for consumer and arcade applications.  He has been an independent consultant since 1985 with a focus on hardware and software product development for video game, video disk and related technologies.  He holds several patents in video game technology.

 




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 : 5173

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 7119

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 27 years of industry expertise in the field of Digital Signal Processing with applications to Speech, Audio, Image and Video Processing.  He spent 23 years with Texas Instruments where he became a TI Fellow, and is currently a Professor and Chair of the Electrical Engineering Department at a major University. 

He served as the Director of a Texas Instruments Laboratory within the Development Center in Dallas, and as a Director of TI's Research and Development Center, in Japan. From 1984 to 1990, he was a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Texas Instruments Houston, Texas. He was responsible for developing applications of DSP algorithms on programmable DSP processors.  He was also with the Speech Systems Research group at the Central Research Laboratories of Texas Instruments in Dallas, with a research focus that included low-bit-rate speech coding.

He is an IEEE Fellow and served as the President of the IEEE Signal Processing Society.  He was a past General Chairman of the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, and was selected as a distinguished lecturer of the IEEE ASSP Society.  

He is a recipient of the Signal Processing Society's Meritorious Service Award, and the IEEE Third Millennium Medal.

He holds four patents in the area of speech coding, and has published many papers on speech processing and digital signal processing.  He is also the author of a book on Speech Coding and the editor of  two Volumes on Digital Signal Processing.




Expert Witness Code : 0859

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of industry experience with a focus on the broad scope of digital telecommunications systems and architecture.  From the beginning of his career with Bell Telephone Laboratories until the mid-1980s, he focused on system software development and implementation.  His foundation in software technology was then expanded to encompass advanced communications network planning.  He has been an independent consultant since 2000 and is experienced in litigation support.




Expert Witness Code : 5127

Summary:

This M.D. is currently a tenured Professor of Medicine and Pathology and Cell Biology at a major university with experience in basic and clinical research, teaching, academic medicine administration and patient care.  He is internationally recognized as a physician-educator and scientist in the areas of molecular cell biology and liver diseases.  He has also been principal investigator on several clinical trials for patients with liver diseases.  He has experience as an expert witness in the area of liver diseases and has testified in Federal Court in patent litigation.




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 : 5197

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years experience in mechanical design engineering, engineering analysis, testing and engineering development of machinery and equipment, computers and desktop products, medical products, instruments, and specialized apparatus.  He has been registered since 1977 as a professional mechanical engineer in California. Since 1980, he has been in private practice as a Consulting Engineer providing mechanical engineering and litigation support services.  As a consultant he has worked on many design, engineering, and testing projects in a wide range of industries for numerous companies. He has consulted on several litigations or intellectual property matters.




Expert Witness Code : 6604

Summary:

This Ph.D. has 40 years of experience in the development, and practical application of techniques for the analysis of surfaces, thin films, and very small quantities of materials.  An early pioneer of Electron Spectroscopy, he spent many years applying electron spectroscopy, microscopy, and other surface techniques to study molecules absorbed at metal and semiconductor surfaces. 

He has worked in university environments and, for more than 25 years, in high technology industry (Bell Labs; IBM Research; Applied Materials).  Since 1993 he has provided independent services to industry and to intellectual property law firms, as a consultant, contractor, and an educator. 




Expert Witness Code : 7479

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 2246

Summary:

This University Professor has taught both undergraduate andgraduate students, including courses in circuits, electricity & magnetism,integrated circuit fabrication, optical fiber theory and applications,semiconductor optical properties and devices, and a seminar on professionalissues (career choices, personal & corporate ethics, and intellectualproperty.)  He holds thirteen patents inthe general areas of optical sensors and photolithography. As a consultant toindustry, he has worked on optical fiber sensors for acceleration, pressure,temperature, electric field, pH, physical measurements of gases, includingflow, thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and viscosity. He alsodeveloped an optical fiber sensor for monitoring the curing of thermosetresins. Other research interests include infrared imaging, three-dimensionallithography, microfluidics, and methods for infrared sensing of conditionsinside coal- fired boilers to improve control and efficiency. As an expertwitness, he has supported patent litigation in a range of semiconductorfabrication technologies.

Prior to his academic career, he was a Member of theTechnical Staff at the Murray Hill (NJ) Bell Telephone Laboratories, working inthe groups developing the first visible light red and green light-emittingdiodes (LEDs) and the GaAs heterostructure laser. His work at Bell Labs wasprimarily involved with materials characterization (optical, thermal, latticematching, etc.). 





Expert Witness Code : 5539

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 4222

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 7461

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 7266

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over forty-five years of government and academic experience with a focus on food and nutrition science.  She has received national and international attention for her work in nutrition and is an authority on the nutritional aspects of fats in health and disease.  She assisted in launching the revision of the Recommended Daily Allowances ( RDA ) and developing new techniques in nutrition research.  Under her leadership, the USDA's Agricultural Research Service nutrition research centers developed new techniques in isotope kinetic, neutron activation and modern mass spectrometry. At a major University she led an effort to apply spectroscopy to current problems in nutrition. She has in print numerous publications, refereed Journals, chapters in books and books many of which focus on the specific area of hydrogenated fats in food and fatty acids. 




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 : 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 : 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 : 3815

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5871

Summary:

This expert witness is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has over fifty years of engineering and software development experience in computers and telecommunications.  He is a telecommunications industry practitioner with experience in telephone switching and billing systems, call detail record analysis, Internet technology and information technology.




Expert Witness Code : 4480

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of industry and consulting engineering experience with a focus on accident investigation and reconstruction for claims involving furnaces, boiler, water heaters, fireplaces, stoves and other heating appliances for use with gas or solid fuel.  He has additional extensive expertise in venting systems for all appliance, carbon monoxide poisoning, and HVAC and solid fuel products.  He is closely associated with State, National and various local Building and Safety Inspection departments, Independent Home Inspection Associations and HVAC and solid fuel installers, retailers and wholesalers.  He is associated with various National industry group representations such as NFPA, AGA and GAMA.  He is an experienced expert witness and recognized expert in this field of expertise.




Expert Witness Code : 0841

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 3645

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of industry and academic experience with a focus on chemical products, toxicology and hazardous waste.  He has been an independent consultant since 1996 with EnTox and Associates with a focus on litigation support and expert witness services.  He currently serves as the Program Manager for Safety and Health on a major environmental restoration contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  He has extensive experience in evaluating hazardous waste sites, conducting hazard and risk assessment and environmental impact studies.




Expert Witness Code : 5747

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 36 years of academic and professional experience in computer science, software development, embedded systems, networking, and digital audio signal processing, and music technology.  He has published widely in various juried journals, and has authored three books with the MIT Press, including a two volume reference on the mathematics of music titled Musimathics.  He was a co-founder of the Computer Audio Research Laboratory at UCSD and spent a decade conducting computer systems architecture research and teaching digital audio and computer science at UCSD.  He has been a Software Architect for consumer and professional digital audio products for large international electronics companies, and has sustained a long and successful career at the cutting edge of multimedia computing as a consultant.

This expert has over 16 years of experience as an expert witness on numerous cases.  He has testified before jury under oath, presented exhibits and Markman tutorials in Federal Court, has worked on complex international patent cases, and provided expertise on diverse cases such as computer technology related to handheld networked Personal Information Management (PIM) devices, enterprise email systems, enterprise software for management of sound libraries (iTunes), copyright litigation, audio compression, automatic music composition systems, factory automation software, online gaming, and more.  




Expert Witness Code : 5200

Summary:

This expert witness has more than 20 years of public relations, media relations, crisis management and corporate consulting experience.  He is known for popularizing the term "Brand PR" specifically used for consumer messaging.  He is recognized as one of the nation's leading crisis communications counselors and has been recognized for his work in directing high-profile responses for Odwalla, the packaged salad industry and for Pacifica Foundation's reopening of the embattled KPFA radio station in Berkeley, Calif. Trade pundit and publisher Paul Holmes has named his public relations agency, as one of the nation's top public relations firms for eight consecutive years.  His company is a member of IPREX, one of the world's largest public relations partnerships of independent PR firms.  IPREX augments the agency's areas of specialization with global communications, local expertise in cities throughout the world, and multi-disciplinary capabilities including investor relations and public affairs.




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.)