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My career has spanned more than 35 years in the fields of electrical, computer, and optical engineering. I have developed extensive experience in the field of liquid crystal displays (“LCDs”). For example, I was a design and procurement consultant for an avionics company during which time I was involved in redesigning an avionics LCD subsystem to use full color LED light sources instead of short arc lamps. Also during my time as a consultant, I have managed and conducted product evaluations for almost every kind of display product – LCD, CRT, Plasma and LED direct view, and projectors. I was co-founder and vice president of a company that develops and manufactures specialized integrated circuits, including those used for testing LCD drivers and LED drivers. I have tracked liquid crystal displays (“LCDs”) and other display technology worldwide with special emphasis on Japan. In this position, I’ve obtained and evaluated samples of all of the current and future production LCDs. I worked closely with several Japanese companies and laboratories to develop new LCD products and test existing LCD products. My work in this role resulted in my inventing or co-inventing six LCD patents and one projector patent. The LCD patents relate to, among other things, a stacked display panel construction and an LCD with an optical fluid layer. I have also provided my services for numerous clients as an electronics product development and LCD expert witness for over 15 years.
I have over 40 years experience in Human Factors and Ergonomics. My expertise includes physics and human factors psychology to: vehicle accidents, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), industrial and construction accidents, perception and vision, warnings and instruction labels, product and equipment errors, medical equipment errors, skip and fall, ergonomics and workplace layout, physics and optics. I have conducted R&D in instructional system development, perception, vehicle driving, human-computer interaction, equipment design and evaluation, and physiological processes. My research includes an evaluation of a system to prevent drunk driving, an investigation of factors contributing to decreased alertness during driving, quality engineering, studies of camouflage, and programs requiring the design of operator interfaces. I develop manuals and multimedia training programs for industrial operations, health and safety, and maintenance for light to heavy industry. I have more than 30 years expert witness experience with consultations, deposition, and courtroom testimony.
I have more than 30 years experience in the industry of Computer Architecture. My specific expertise includes Instruction Set Architecture, Processor Organization, Microprocessor Design and Validation, Computer Performance Evaluation, PC System Architecture, Power Management, and Digital Design. I have background and knowledge involving the architecture of 64-bit extensions; integration of 32-bit microprocessors; DOS, Windows, and UNIX; high performance microprocessor modeling and simulation; MSI-TTL and 8080 microprocessors; protection of intellectual property (IP); and computer peripheral interface controllers. My additional experience includes PC chip-set topologies, Itanium processors, Pentium processors, scalable microsupercomputers, video games, and virtual core management. I have prior expert witness experience with consultations, deposition, and courtroom testimony.