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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Electronic Imaging experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Electronic Imaging landscape.
This expert is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and directs the Video and Image Processing Laboratory (VIPER). Specializing in state-of-the-art technologies to digitize, store, process, stream, and display digital images and video, this expert supports research in areas such as the development of new image analysis techniques, new image and video compression methods, the development of new surveillance and detection methods, new media and wireless streaming technologies, and creating multimedia material for use in media indexing, storage, and retrieval.
One of the many technologies this expert is responsible for is the development of a graffiti recognition and analysis tool. The goal of this project is to use the knowledge gained from work in mobile devices and applications and leverage it towards the development of a mobile-based system capable of image analysis.
This expert is a Fellow of the IEEE, a Fellow of the SPIE, a Fellow of the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T), and a Fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering. This expert received an award for work in image and video compression and multimedia security.
This expert has extensive prior litigation experience including deposition and testimony.
This expert holds an MS in Engineering and serves as President and CTO for a highly sought-after consultancy. This expert specializes in Electronic Imaging Systems, Electronic & Wireless Transfer Systems, Hardware & Software Development, and Product Development & Enhancements.
This expert is very familiar with the systems used for the capture and transfer of video/images and their wireless transfer. This expert served in several technical and management roles for a public company including Research Scientist, Chief Engineer, and Program Manager all dealing with digital imaging and Advanced Digital Camera operations. As such, this expert was hands-on with efforts regarding:
Additionally, this expert has the hardware and software expertise to work with a legal team to devise and direct reverse engineering experiments and efforts directed to assessment of infringement. This expert is also familiar with the patent process, claims language and patents generally.
This expert holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and joined the faculty of a department of electrical engineering, where this expert serves as Professor. This expert also has a concurrent appointment as a Professor of computer science and engineering.
This expert has been designing and building and writing about imaging and video systems for many years. This expert’s first work with real-time video dates back to when this expert worked in a Video Conferencing group and later had research funding from that group. This expert has both built video cameras as part of academic work and has testified about digital cameras.
This expert has consulted for many companies on various types of video issues on their security systems and worked for a company when sued on their collection of DVR patents.
This expert is involved the IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology and the Journal of Electronic Imaging, and on advisory committees of several conferences on image and video processing. This expert’s research interests include image and video processing, restoration, compression and enhancement. This expert has published nearly two hundred papers and contributed to seven books in these areas.
This expert has extensive litigation experience has been deposed and/or testified on a number of digital signal and imaging related cases.
This expert holds a PhD in Physics, is a registered U.S. Patent Agent and was registered as a Professional Engineer. As Vice President of Technology (Hardware and Systems), this expert leads a highly successful consultancy as a patent consultant and testifying technical expert witness in patent litigation with broad IP asset technical and commercial analysis experience. This expert has analyzed hundreds of patents and patent applications for technical breadth and applicability, validity risk, infringement risk, design alternatives and commercial valuation as a consultant and testifying expert witness. This expert's perspective is rooted in over two decades of product and technology development and manufacturing experience.
This expert has been issued patents in high-speed electronic connectors, 3-D photolithography, laser scanning systems, LCD backlights, magnetic electrical connectors and LED lighting systems. The majority of these have been licensed. This expert has patents pending in magnetic connectors, solid-state lighting systems and consumer products. This expert is a Senior Member of both the IEEE and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and is a member of the Optical Society of America, AIPLA, Society for Imaging Science & Technology, a State Patent Law Association and a Technology Alliance Group. This expert is also involved the Intellectual Property Owners Association and the Licensing Executives Society.
This expert holds a PhD in Communications (digital imaging) and brings to the table many years of direct and relevant experience in home automation and building control systems. Often invited to write papers for the trade press and to deliver presentations at conferences, much of this expert's business involves explaining complex concepts to business executives so they can make competent decisions; this expert knows how to facilitate high-tech decisions by persons who are not technical specialists and applies these skills to deliver clear declarations and depositions.
This expert is involved in the international standards committee for home and building automation standards. Among these standards are communication protocols for home networks, device interfaces, and a gateway to enable remote control of applications including security. This expert wrote and edited a document which describes home security with applications for intrusion detection, activity monitoring, duress monitoring, and safety monitoring of personal well-being, with extensions for commercial building security functions. This expert is also involved in the national standards committee for home automation and energy management at the Consumer Technology Association. They are the ones who develop American National Standards for ANSI, the American National Standards Institute. In addition to these committees, this expert has written the specifications for many home- area-network communication protocols to enable home automation applications.