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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 : 9449

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 2815

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of experience as a telecommunications engineer and consultant with a broad range of expertise in telecommunications technologies, systems, and networks.  He has worked extensively in advising law firms dealing with aspects of telecommunications technologies in civil and regulatory litigation at both the state and federal level and has served as a technical expert in civil litigation and as a technical witness in regulatory proceedings.




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 : 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 : 5945

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 4943

Summary:

This expert witness is a licensed professional engineer with over 35 years of industry experience in the design and implementation of electric utility systems, including overhead transmission line design, electric substation design, overhead and underground electric distribution line design and construction, fault current and sectionalizing studies (system protection devices), National Electric Safety Code (NESC) compliance, National Electric Code (NEC) compliance, etc.  He has been designated as an Expert Witness, and has served his employers as a fact witness, with regard to electric utility contacts resulting in property damage, personal injury or death by electrocution, accidental contact to utility structures (ie. Guy wires, utility poles, etc.), and damages caused by electric utility lines (ie. Fires caused by downed power lines, etc.).




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 : 1436

Summary:

This Ph.D has over thirty years of increasingly responsible experience in engineering and quality assurance in high technology business environments. He has proven excellence in technical and management areas, including:

  • New Product Definition and Development
  • Patent Protection, Validity, and Infringement. Extensive first-hand knowledge of the important technologies and people in the semiconductor industry. He holds three patents in IC design and characterization. He has been designated as an expert witness and consultant in over 25 ITC and USDC cases.
  • Memory, Application Specific ( ASIC ), Digital and Analog Integrated Circuit Design




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 : 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 : 0279

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 7358

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 3057

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty-years of industry and academic experience with a focus on vehicle structures and engineering.  As an independent consultant, he has focused on the forensic consulting on crashworthiness, accident reconstruction, failure analysis, fire cause and origin and product liability analysis. His experience includes accident reconstructions for cars, trucks, and motorcycles and crashworthiness.  He is an experienced litigation support expert having given testimony at deposition and trial numerous times.




Expert Witness Code : 5817

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty-five years of industry experience with a focus on cable (CATV) and satellite television technology.  His focus is on the design and manufacture of set top hardware, software, and scrambling / descrambling systems used in cable television and satellite communications.  He is an experienced Expert Witness having been engaged in multiple patent infringement disputes




Expert Witness Code : 5344

Summary:

This expert witness is an independent consultant with over forty-years of industry experience in telecommunications technology.  He provides independent telecommunications consulting services to large corporate clients and Expert Witness services to the legal profession. He has uniquely diversified telephony industry experience in virtually all aspects of telephone company service provisioning and operations and is an internationally recognized expert and authority in the following areas of telecommunications: corporate telecommunications consulting and management, insurance telecommunications claims investigations, and telecommunications service provider consulting.




Expert Witness Code : 2784

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 3353

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 3336

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8315

Summary:

This Ph.D has over thirty-five years of telecommunications industry experience as an applied researcher, systems engineer, business executive, academician, and more recently a private consultant. His experience includes network performance, network engineering and operations, network planning, software system design and development, and international business. Working as a private consultant with a switch interconnect start-up company, he has reviewed and/or commented on over twenty new patents in computing and communications applications and, from these patents, has created marketing whitepapers and investor presentations.




Expert Witness Code : 0480

Summary:

This Ph.D has nearly thirty-years of industry and academic experience with a focus on mechanical, industrial and human factors engineering and ergonomics. Activities have included consultation and assessment, training and education, program evaluation and development for a wide variety of firms in the service, government, non-profit, light and heavy industrial, medical, and the high and ultra high technology sectors. Since 1982, he has also worked as an independent ergonomics-human factors/ergonomics consultant, and provided consulting, training, engineering and litigation support functions for clients in general industry, the transportation industry, marine fisheries, maritime operations/longshoring and public organizations.  He has been retained in over 40 legal matters as an expert witness and has represented plaintiffs and defendants in County, State and Federal courts.




Expert Witness Code : 5116

Summary:

This Expert Witness has over 20 years of global marketing leadership experience across a range of medical device technologies and healthcare. Currently she is Vice President of Marketing and an Executive Marketing Consultant.  She has served as an expert witness in the medical device sector.

This Expert's areas of expertise are business analysis, medical device development, product launches, clinical evidence studies, physician and patient education and product evaluation following clinical issues. She has extensive product development experience along with a strong technical understanding and deep clinical knowledge.  While working with Fortune 500 companies to small start-ups, she has participated in 1000’s of medical device implant procedures which has given her an even greater appreciation for these advanced technologies. 




Expert Witness Code : 1772

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 9796

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 4213

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty-five years of industry experience in the engineering, product marketing and management of high-technology computer, telecommunications, and data communications products.  He has extensive P and L experience, and he has managed corporate strategies into new technologies, products and markets.  He has extensive experience in electronic payment technology and broadband communications products that support data networking and eCommerce applications.  He is an expert in project management and off shore development and manufacturing ( ODM ) process.




Expert Witness Code : 7957

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 9411

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 4495

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 6237

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5605

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 9231

Summary:

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

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 2491

Summary:

This Expert Witness has more than 30 years of service and support experience. Currently he is the Senior Vice President of Customer Advocacy whose responsibilities include Professional Services, Customer Success Management and Global Technical Support Services. Most recently he was Vice President of Enterprise Support Services at a well-known technology company, he is responsible for its worldwide customer support operations. A thought leader in service delivery excellence, he leads a world-class service delivery organization.

Previously, he served as the Senior Vice President of Customer Services at Oracle where he led the company to become the first enterprise software provider to be certified globally by J.D. Power and Associates for Outstanding Customer Service Excellence. Under his leadership,Oracle Support achieved industry recognition for service thought leadership and record customer satisfaction levels.

Prior to Oracle, this Expert has held executive management positions at PeopleSoft, Redback Networks, Aspect Communications,and Baan.  He began his career at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)where he held various management positions of increased responsibility during his 16 year tenure.

Hare serves on the board of directors of no Hold, a leading web-based knowledge management technology company, and a past Advisory Board member for the Alliance of Technology and Women(ATW).  Hare also serves as the chairman of the board of advisors of netCustomer, Inc. and a past board of advisors member for the Service & Support Professionals Association (SSPA).




Expert Witness Code : 2500

Summary:

This expert witness has been an expert in the fields of credit card payment fraud and Internet technologies for over ten years.  He has invented technologies used for detecting credit card fraud, and he speaks at industry events as well as for government and academia. 




Expert Witness Code : 4047

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8300

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of experience spanning a broad range of optical, laser, and imaging products in both domestic and international markets.  Industries served include optical, consumer, biomedical and medical, and defense products. 

He has been an expert witness. He has provided depositions and reports. He has assessed patents and technology (including validity and tests) for U.S. and International Trade Commission (Section 337) litigations.




Expert Witness Code : 4334

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 4189

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 3457

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5608

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 0902

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 5118

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5721

Summary:

This expert witness has over 50 years of experience which expands the entire insurance distribution system.  He has an intricate knowledge of the insurance and reinsurance industries, having been a practitioner in all phases of the industry.  He has either owned or has been employed by the following types of insurance firms:

  • Wholesale Insurance broker, excess and surplus lines
  • Managing General Agency on behalf of both admitted and non admitted Insurance companies
  • Admitted and non admitted Insurers
  • Reinsurance Intermediary
  • Direct Writing Re Insurer
  • Broker Market Re Insurer
  • Bermuda Re Insurer
  • Captive Insurer

  




Expert Witness Code : 3309

Summary:

This Expert Witness is a physician-scientist with expertise in clinical and basic science aspects of movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, dystonia and essential tremor.  His laboratory is focused on unraveling the molecular and cellular mechanisms of movement disorders, with a major focus on Parkinson’s disease and dystonia.  For each of these projects, he is focused on disease genes that cause these disorders. These studies employ a range of molecular, cellular, and whole animal studies to dissect the normal role of disease proteins, and how pathogenic mutations lead to disease.  His Parkinson’s disease- related research is centered upon the biology of leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 (LRRK2), the mostcommon genetic cause of the disease. His dystonia work centers around the biology of torsinA, mutations in which cause the most common genetic form of primary dystonia.  His laboratory has made several fundamental discoveries in both of these areas, findings that are internationally recognized for their impact on the how clinicians and scientists view these brain disorders. He also continues to care for patients with movement disorders.




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 : 2724

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 8384

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 9716

Summary:

For over 40 years, this Expert Witness has been learning, practicing, and teaching industrial design, often at the same time.  Recently honored as a Fulbright Senior Scholar and currently Professor of Industrial Design at the Univer­sity of Kansas, he has also taught full-time at Auburn University and UNITEC in Auckland, New Zealand.  Additionally, he has taught short courses at Konstfack­skolan in Stockholm and been a visiting professor at Staffordshire University in Stoke-on-Trent, England, Halmstad University in Halmstad, Sweden, and the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay in Mumbai,India.  His design research has been supported by private and public grants, and findings presented at national and international design conferences and institutions.  For several years he has been using his experience as both teacher and practitioner of design to serve as an expert witness in design patent infringe­ment and product liability cases.

Working alone or in collaboration with other profession­als, he has designed commercial products, consumer products, interiors, graphics, packaging, and exhibits.  In 2004, the editors at ID Magazine chose the“Design 50”- profiling one designer in each state.  He was honored to represent Kansas.

Recently,his research efforts have been focused toward using design to create sustainable craft-based enterprises in rural communities in the US, Africa, and India.




Expert Witness Code : 5418

Summary:

This expert witness is a skilled professional with several years experience in areas such as human health and ecological risk assessment, litigation support, statistical analysis, field research, and epidemiological research for both litigious and non-litigious projects.  He has a Master of Science in Public Health from a major University in which he studied environmental health issues such as water quality, environmental toxicology, and communicable disease control.  He has given lectures on human health and ecological risk assessment methodologies and has presented for The Third Annual Toxic Torts in California Conference.  His combination of academic and professional training has given him the skills and confidence needed as an expert in the field of environmental health science.  




Expert Witness Code : 4114

Summary:

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

 

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





Expert Witness Code : 2920

Summary:

This Ph.D is a technical leader in the computer systems, software and storage industry with over 30 years experience. His Ph.D. in Computer Science is from Stanford University. He has been the inventor on seven patents and has authored several published technical papers. Has been disclosed as an expert witness in over 30 cases and has testified in deposition and at trial.  He has been a technical advisor to three U.S. Federal District Court judges.




Expert Witness Code : 2629

Summary:

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

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

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

 




Expert Witness Code : 6529

Summary:

This expert is a wireless electronics hardware and software engineering Expert and Technology Executive, with a specific focus on Intellectual Property and services for handheld, mobile, and cellular devices and PDAs.   He has accumulated over two decades of experience and is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE).  He has served as a contributing editor and author for numerous articles on embedded system design and has spoken at many industry conferences as a lecturer, paper presenter, and panelist.




Expert Witness Code : 8886

Summary:

This expert witness has provided consulting services to industrial, municipal, and institutional organizations in the field of water treatment for more than fifty years as an executive consulting engineer and project manager.  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.




Expert Witness Code : 0584

Summary:

This Ph.D. is Professor and Director of the School of Computer Science at a major University.  Before joining the University 1999, he was on the faculty of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University and the faculty of the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University.  Over the past several years, he has become increasingly active in expert witnessing and consulting.  He recently launched a computer forensics and consulting company.  He has also co-authored over eighty publications and reports.  Agencies that have supported his research include the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Naval Research Laboratory, National Science Foundation, and Rome Laboratory ( now part of the Air Force Research Laboratory ).  He has been principal investigator or Co-principal investigator on 19 sponsored research projects totaling more that $2M.

He has been retained as an expert for a number of legal cases.  Examples of issues associated with these cases include deceptive advertising, intellectual property, computer forensics, origin of e-mail, internet fraud, and breach of contract.  In addition to being an accomplished research professor of Computer Science, he is well-versed in the latest computer forensics tools and techniques.




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 : 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 : 4026

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 3832

Summary:

This Ph.D is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Director of the Analog Alliance and the Microelectronics Systems Laboratory at a major University.  He directs the University Cadence Design Kit, and co-directs Spice to IBIS activity. His teaching and research focuses on VLSI, ASICs, interconnect structures building microsystems and nanosystems.  He is also an IEEE Fellow.




Expert Witness Code : 7635

Summary:

This expert witness has 28 years of experience in the design and development of hardware and software technology used in telecommunications, data communications and networking infrastructure.  He also is highly-skilled in the use of microelectronics simulation software, ASIC and FPGA coding and Verilog.  He has designed and coded digital switching, optical encoder and semiconductor memory hardware and software.




Expert Witness Code : 2017

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a Fulbright Scholar with extensive experience in the computer software industry, financial services, telecommunications and the Internet.  He is the author of academic and professional articles related to the software industry, telecommunications, and finance.  He founded and was the President of a software company that was acquired by McGraw-Hill. 

He has been admitted as an expert to testify before arbitration panels and in the federal courts in matters related to computer software, including trade secrets, copyrights, and patents; the computer software industry, including software development practices, marketing, management, support services, and valuation; and the Internet.  His clients include Alston & Bird LLP; Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP; Fish & Richardson, PC; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP; Fulbright & Jaworski LLP; King & Spalding LLP, Kirkland & Ellis LLP; Latham & Watkins LLP; Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps LLP; McDermott Will & Emery LLP; Morrison Foerster LLP; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP; Susman Godfrey LLP; Vinson & Elkins LLP and several regional law firms. His management and technology consulting clients include AT&T, BAE Systems, Caterpillar, Citibank, HP, IBM, Sun, Verizon, and private equity firms.




Expert Witness Code : 7913

Summary:

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

 

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





Expert Witness Code : 8790

Summary:

This expert witness is a Certified Management Consultant with over twenty-seven years experience in all aspects of management consulting and professional information technology and data processing.  He has been an independent consultant since 1979.  His experience includes significant management, budgetary, and technical experience in operations, systems programming, large-scale application design and development. Specific assignments/specialties include: Information Technology Management; Data Center Management; Software Development Management; Project Management and Project Management Office; and Audit and Assessment.  Other specialties include Computer-Aided Software Engineering ( CASE ); vendor/product selection; strategic automation planning; litigation consulting; World Wide Web site development and management.  In addition, he has general business management consulting experience and expertise.




Expert Witness Code : 1403

Summary:

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 5635

Summary:

This expert witness brings more than thirty years of unique experience as an Attorney, Registered Architect ( A.I.A., NCARB ), Registered Landscape Architect and Senior Appraiser ( ASA ).  He has advised and represented clients on matters involving a variety of private and public projects in governmental, institutional, educational, state, county and municipal matters.




Expert Witness Code : 6855

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a biotechnology professional with 15 years of laboratory research experience and 15 years of industrial and academic teaching experience.  She has a strong technical background with an emphasis on molecular biology and immunology; and has experience in the design of vaccines and immunological assays.  She has a deep and broad understanding of numerous subject areas that are significant to the biotechnology industry including: monoclonal antibody therapeutics, immunological assays, vaccine design, immunological diseases, infectious diseases, cancer diagnostics and therapies, and stem cell research.  This Ph.D. is an energetic and engaging speaker with a keen ability to effectively communicate complex biological topics to both professional and lay public audiences.




Expert Witness Code : 5244

Summary:

This expert witness has over twenty years of extensive experience working in the information technology and security systems technology industries.  His experience includes significant responsibilities and accomplishments in Research and Development, Engineering, and Product Development; as well as, the marketing and financial planning and management of technology research.  He has executive management experience at international corporations as well as start-ups; and, has co-founded a number of technology companies. 

He holds an MBA from Columbia University and is also a qualified Chartered Accountant in the UK with an emphasis on auditing. He has: performed patent litigation claims analysis for a leading law firm; patent strategy development for a leading encryption engine vendor; and developed the technology concept, researched, wrote and filed a utility patent for a MEMs based emissions and fuel efficiency control system in the energy industry.




Expert Witness Code : 9007

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 6321

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2391

Summary:

This Ph.D. is the Cockrell Family Regents Chair Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Director, Microelectronics Research Center,at a prominent U.S.university.  He is also the Director of the South West Academy of Nano electronics, one of three centers in the US to develop are placement for MOSFETs.  As a Member of the Technical Staff, Corporate Research, Development and Engineering of Texas Instruments Incorporated from 1983-1987, he worked on poly silicon transistors and dynamic random access trench memory cells used by Texas Instruments in the world's first 4Megabit DRAM, for which he was co-recipient of the Best Paper Award, IEEE International Solid State Circuits Conference, 1986. 

He has been Assistant Professor,Associate Professor, and University Professor.  He has over 800 archival refereed publications/talks, 7 books/chapters, and 26 U.S. patents.  He has supervised over 50 Ph.D. and 60 MS students.  He received the Engineering Foundation Advisory Council Halliburton Award, 1991, the Texas Atomic Energy Fellowship (1990-1997), Cullen Professorship (1997-2001) and the NSF Presidential Young Investigator Award in 1988.  His recent awards include Fellow AAAS (2007), the Hocott Research Award from UT Austin (2007), Fellow of APS (2006), Distinguished Alumnus Award, IIT (2005), Industrial R&D 100 Award (with Singh in 2004), ECS Callinan Award, 2003, IEEE Millennium Medal, 2000 and SRC Inventor Recognition Award, 2000.  He is a Fellow of IEEE, and was a Distinguished Lecturer for IEEE Electron Devices Society, and the General Chair of the IEEE Device Research Conference, 2002.  This expert witness is currently active in the areas of ultra high vacuum chemical vapor deposition for silicon-germanium-carbon heterostructure MOSFETs, nanoparticle flash memories and nanostructures.  He is also interested in the areas ofultra-shallow junction technology and semiconductor device modeling.  




Expert Witness Code : 5423

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 6349

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5844

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 1538

Summary:

This expert witness is a professional engineer with over 25 years experience in cable, satellite, cryptographic technology, business management, project and technical product management.  He is a major contributor or author of numerous technology standards in the area of broadcast and cable TV, in particular SCTE-DVS, ATSC, DAViC, and OpenCable.  He has also received several patents in the area of display technology, cable set-top technology and digital cable multiplexing technology.

He served as the Chief Executive Officer for ConFocus Technologies, Inc. where he was responsible for strategic direction, oversight of business development activities and consulting.  ConFocus develops digital video and digital television software products and services.  Before founding ConFocus, he founded a consulting firm specializing in Digital TV and Cable technologies.  He has also held various engineering research, development and management positions as well as directing the development of high volume Digital and advanced analog set-top box products and systems.  




Expert Witness Code : 0945

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over 30 years of experience in parallel,distributed and high performance computing and is currently studying massively multi-threaded algorithms on parallel/ multicore systems.  He is also interested in bioinformatics and has collaborated on the development of an algorithm to analyze reassortments in the influenza virus.  His specialties include Parallel and Distributed algorithm development and implementation on multi-threaded/multicore machines. He is an expert consultant on litigation involving computer architecture, networks, parallel and distributed computing.




Expert Witness Code : 2042

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 6371

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 7866

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 1693

Summary:

This Ph.D has a distinguished forty-year academic career focused in biostatistics technology.  He has written and refereed numerous articles dealing with the statistical analysis of problems arising in the health sciences.  Recently he left academia to form an independent consultancy focusing on biostatistics.




Expert Witness Code : 9838

Summary:

This Expert witness has nearly twenty years of progressive experience in executive management, operational management, program management and Information Technology.  He has successfully implemented complex IT solutions for manufacturing and distribution companies.  In addition, he has experience in developing implementation methodologies, implementation acceleration tools and serving as the executive advisor to numerous large-scale enterprise software implementation efforts.

His experience includes strategic systems planning, business process improvement, software and hardware selection, implementation planning, systems development and systems implementation.  His experience includes advising on business strategy, operational strategy and commercialization strategy for software companies.  He often serves in a quality review and executive advisory role to clients.




Expert Witness Code : 1401

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 6033

Summary:

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 2948

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of experience as an industry practitioner and independent consultant.  His technical focus includes electronic system design and analysis, medical electronics systems and technology, biotechnical and printing and scanning technology.  He is an experienced expert witness with extensive patent experience, both as an inventor and legal consultant.  He is the named inventor on what is considered the seminal intellectual property on ultrasonic instrumentation and diagnostic equipment. 




Expert Witness Code : 2584

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 2898

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 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 : 0081

Summary:

This Ph.D. is a noted author, technologist, educator, product developer, consultant, patent analyst and expert witness specializing in mobile, cellular, networks, phones,standards, hardware and software systems. As a chief architect and technology manager for major telecommunications, consulting firms and various technology start-ups, he has been responsible for the planning, design, development, sales and marketing of numerous next generation private and public companies.  He is currently a principal and founder of a consulting firm, in addition to an Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University in Houston, Texas, USA. 

His professional activities and services have focused on mobile, cellular, wireless, embedded computing, software and hardware systems. In these fields, he has authored numerous peer reviewed publications,reports and books on emerging technologies and markets.  He has taught Ph.D. candidate- level university curriculum on these subject matters. He also served as a plaintiff and defendant expert witness on a wide spectrum of civil and business matters/litigations involving such technologies.  As a business and market consulting, he has assisted clients in developing new technologies, evaluating 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 claims,validity, invalidity, infringement and non-infringement analysis:  technical review and analysis of patent claims, preparation of claim charts and validity and infringement opinions and portfolio analysis.




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 : 6217

Summary:

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 9959

Summary:

This Ph.D. has over thirty years of academic and industry experience as a professor and electrical engineer.  His extensive teaching experience includes advanced electronics theory, linear system theory, continuous and discrete signals and systems, probabilistic methods for continuous and discrete signal and system analysis, advanced communications systems theory, advanced digital signal processing, and audio engineering.  He also is an experienced executive and chief engineer with extensive experience designing and developing biomedical and test instrumentation and working with embedded control and communications systems. He has special experience in using complex engineering design concepts and sophisticated tools for systems modeling to develop proprietary prototypes and production solutions.  




Expert Witness Code : 7242

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 1168

Summary:

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

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 9004

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 2680

Summary:

This expert witness has over 20 years of significant achievement as an executive and expert in global electronic payment services and information technology.  Highly effective at developing strategic plans, implementing programs to support those plans, and delivering timely and cost-effective results.  She has the reputation as an innovative leader and consensus builder and adept at identifying synergies and forging collaborative alliances, both internally and externally. She is also effective in bridging business and technology. 




Expert Witness Code : 5735

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 6239

Summary:

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

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

 




Expert Witness Code : 4006

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 9651

Summary:

As one of the inventors of the DVD (Digital Video Disc), this Expert Witness invents prolifically, helps other people invent, writes well-written invention disclosures, consults, and acts as an expert witness in fields related to entertainment technology.  He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of a communications/media company and a Patent Liaison at a major digital entertainment technology company.  He was a Vice President at two Disney-owned companies.  He also worked for Time Warner, Silicon Graphics, Atari and others in roles ranging from Program Management to Software Development of Entertainment Products since 1982.

His main focus is patents.  He has acted as an agent offering patents owned by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America),experimented with new techniques in patent portfolio analysis, and learned all about patent prosecution via an intensive on-going on-and-off-site study program by the PLI (Practicing Law Institute). As an expert, he mostly supports defendants but has been the plaintiff’s expert as well. The cases generally involve validity and infringement. He writes expert reports, works with attorneys on claim charts, and has dealt with trade secret litigation.




Expert Witness Code : 1223

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 7465

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5253

Summary:

This Expert witness has over thirty years of experience in law enforcement and computer forensics.  As an independent consultant he performs the function of Private Investigators who specialize in computer forensics and high technology civil and criminal cases.  His technological focus is on those techniques and procedures that allow computer related evidence to be recovered from computers and other high technology devices.  He is experienced in the use of quality computer forensics software and hardware and has demonstrated the presentation skills to create very successful testimony and discovery.  Additionally, he maintains a well-equipped computer forensics laboratory that includes the computer systems and quality software applications, plus the digital photography equipment to preserve the forensic evidence under analysis.  He has demonstrated the presentation skills to create very successful testimony and discovery of his computer forensics' findings.  He maintains a complete computer forensic laboratory equipped with Windows and Linux-based computers equipped with the latest in computer forensic software tools.




Expert Witness Code : 7159

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 9848

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 4415

Summary:

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

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




Expert Witness Code : 9720

Summary:

This expert witness has over thirty years of industry experience as a design and development engineer focusing on computer system architecture, integrated circuit, and memory and microelectronics technology.  He has been instrumental in directly or through his supervision overseeing the development of microprocessor peripheral interface, support and controller devices for computer and communications applications.  He is an experienced consultant to the legal profession.  He has extensive experience with definition, development and technical management of secure electronic products that protect financial assets, government secrets, and intellectual property.  These products include smart card integrated circuits, and secure PCMCIA cards.




Expert Witness Code : 0752

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 2770

Summary:

This Expert holds a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from the University of Tennessee in the area of electron spectroscopy of surfaces.  He is the inventor or co-inventor on numerous patents, and currently serves as the President of a non-profit research corporation established to foster economic development through innovation in advanced microfabrication technologies.  He has held positions at Texas Instruments where he did research on surfaces and interfaces of semiconductor materials, and Tektronix where he managed the Materials Development and Characterization Laboratory focusing on semiconductor and display related technologies.  He served as the Director of the Electronic Materials and Device Technology Laboratory of MCNC in the Electronic Technologies Division.   




Expert Witness Code : 2906

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 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 : 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 : 0467

Summary:

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




Expert Witness Code : 5038

Summary:

 

This Expert has overforty-years’ experience in lighting technologies and applied physics.  He is an expert in Applied Physics,Lighting.  His career has focused in developinginnovative lighting technology and products. In addition he holds over 70 Utilityand Design Patents and is involved Nationwide and Internationally as a consultingengineer in a wide-variety of lighting technologies, including:

 

  • Automotive Lighting