The following are expert witnesses for graphic processor matters. Our experts cover the technologies of: ASIC, graphics consumer electronics, 3D graphics with deposition and testifying experience.
#1023 An expert in hardware system architecture with broad experiences in the fields of computer hardware architecture, networking hardware architecture and packet processing. Strong IP experience and 36 issued patents and has testified in Federal Court. Specific technology background in architecture & design spanning workstations and servers, supercomputers and routers.
Expertise in: Cache structures, memory management, memory systems, shared-memory coherence & protocols:
- Design of large-scale ASICs. Design and programming of microcoded processors
- I/O subsystems and peripheral device interfaces
- Network protocols, packet processing, infrastructure and endpoint applications
- On-die/on-board/system interconnects & protocols
- Research into usage and technology challenges for high-core-count processors
- RISC, VLIW and microcoded processor architecture and design
#1065 Senior Scientist/Consultant with extensive experience in R&D and Intellectual Property development: digital imaging, watermarking, electro-optics, acousto-optics, ultrasonics, lasers, fiber optics, signal processing. Strong applications background including: document printing and scanning, optical signal processing for communications, radar, measurement, and control systems. Invented image encoding for document security, smart document systems, and physical-virtual graphical user interfaces as well as a precision spatial registration system used on high speed color printers around the world. Extensive intellectual property creation (54 patents), technology marketing and transfer to internal and external customers and partners, leadership roles in professional societies and extensive publications.
- Digital imaging
- Document security
- Fiber optics
- Graphical user interfaces
#1110 Consultant holds a PhD in Computer Engineering from a prestigious University. He teaches graduate courses on Computer Organization and Architecture and undergraduate courses in electronics. He has a great deal of litigation experience along with testifying. He consults on processor technology, computer systems, Graphics consumer electronics, software, design tools.
#1175 Consultant is a professor Computer architecture, augmented reality, parallel programming, graphics processing, compilers, and systems.
#1213 Consultant is Chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering. He has been active in research since the beginning of his graduate education. He works on algorithm for video compression and communication. Consultant has expert witness experience and testifying.
#1423 Consultant is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science where his research area concentrates on computer graphics, visualization and computational topology. He is an experienced expert witness in cases involving graphic accelerators, graphics hardware with testifying experience.