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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Light Intensity Measurements experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Light Intensity Measurements landscape.
This expert is a lead lighting research scientist. This expert is currently the PI on projects investigating the impact of outdoor lighting on human health, the Spectral Effects of new light sources on roadways, the visibility of police vehicles and is the subject matter lead for an office Safety contract. This expert is also an Associate Professor in a School of Architecture and Design. This expert is the author of over 80 published papers on roadway lighting, photometry, and target visibility. This expert is involved in the International Commission on Illumination (CIE) and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
This expert joined a lighting company as the manager of the Corporate Calibration and Standards Laboratory where this expert was responsible for the measurement and calibration of light sources. This expert has also worked as a luminaire designer, operations manager, and project engineer.
This expert designs lighting systems, primarily for roadways, using commercially available products. This expert determines how much light is on the road, the mounting specifications and longitudinal spacing. Once installed, this expert performs human factors testing looking at detection distances and visual performance issues. This expert has mounted and road tested most of the luminaires (~200 types) on a testing roadway.
This expert has extensive litigation experience including many depositions and one trial.
This expert's focus has been the development of advanced optical products, particularly designing and manufacturing of all major system components: displays, color management prisms, condenser and projection lenses, interface electronics, liquid crystal materials, light sources and non-imaging optics. This expert developed, managed, and licensed several high-tech products, including thin film photovoltaics, ablative imaging films, phase change memories, multi-chip modules, and superconducting materials. This expert became the founder and CEO of the first company to establish amorphous silicon, thin film transistor (TFT), active matrix LCD pilot production line. This expert has patent litigation testimony experience in district court of ITC matters for both Plaintiffs and Defendants.
This expert is a Chief Engineer at a National Laboratory as well as a Professor. This expert’s expertise is in illumination engineering and applied lighting. As a result, this expert is highly familiar with LED lighting systems and installations for a wide range of end-uses. Additionally, this expert holds an Affiliate Professor appointment where research focuses on Lighting, illuminating engineering, light sources, color, daylighting, sustainability, building energy use, energy efficiency.
This expert has authored or coauthored more than 125 publications about light and lighting. This expert has won multiple awards, and is a Fellow of IES. This expert is also involved the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD). This expert was an editor for a lighting handbook.
This expert is co-founder of an early-stage company formed to commercialize a light source technology that enhances colors at low light levels. The company is developing lighting solutions that create energy-efficient light at all levels of dimming, from full output to very low light levels.
This expert’s prior litigation experience includes a patent case on solid-state lighting products, street lighting systems, and as well as FTC and ICC LED Lighting products.