Depending on the specific technology and product, a physics expert witness typically has an advanced degree and extensive experience in physics, or a related engineering discipline. Over the years, Cahn Litigation Services has been approached by multiple attorney clients to locate expert witnesses, on behalf of either the plaintiff or defendant, that can support matters involving physics. The expert witness chosen may be a member of an industry organization such as the American Physics Society, the American Institute of Physics and/or the IEEE.
A physics expert witness could provide expertise in intellectual property matters such as a patent litigation in federal court or a trade secrets dispute. It could be a patent infringement case in the District Court, an Inter Partes Review (IPR) in the PTAB, or a patent case or proceeding in the International Trade Commission (ITC). In a litigation scenario, a technical expert can expect courtroom testimony, as well as other expert witness services such as deposition, expert testimony, a prior art search, an expert report, forensic engineering, and related consulting activities. In high profile cases, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, previous expert witness experience is often a requirement. A physics expert witness needs to not only have substantive expertise but must also possess the ability to explain technical evidence to lay people, including judge and jury. In addition, clients may seek a physics subject matter expert for pre-litigation consultant work.
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Physics experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Physics landscape.
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 has many years of photonics experience. This expert's academic focus was on modern optics, electromagnetic theory, communications theory, advanced mathematics, and the chemistry/physics of optical materials. This expert has a lifetime of research and development in the highly specialized area of optical data storage, processing/computing, and communications. This expert is a well-known expert in the field of optical data storage, holography, recording media, and optical disc replication processes and technology, and large high-resolution information displays. This expert's main areas of interest are photonics (components, imaging arrays, LEDs, and solar energy), materials physics, chemistry and processes, nanotechnology, control and positioning of light beams, MEMS and MOEMS and their integration into fully functional information processing systems, lasers, and flat panel displays (FPDs).
Much of this expert's early work was for government agencies. The major goal of this work was to use photonics technology for the rapid acquisition, processing, storage and communication of data vital to national defense and space flight. This expert shifted the main research focus to (1) consumer electronics applications of photonics (CD, DVD, flat panel displays, digital cameras, LEDs and HDTV and 3D TV); (2) replication of CD and DVD media (technology, materials, processes and systems); (3) digital image processing and capture (digital cameras), and (4) the impact of MEMS/Nanotech on data storage, processing, and communication design and performance.
This expert also has significant engineering, expert witness, product and business development, and sales & marketing management experience.
This expert is the founder and principal of a highly successful international consultancy performing experimental and computational physics for companies. This expert holds bachelor's and master's degrees in mechanical engineering and a D.Sc. in Physics. Specializing in the field of optical measurements, this expert has also worked in the engine research laboratories of the a petroleum institute making high-tech optical measurements of car engines and simulated car engines. This expert has been following the design trends in travel mugs and collecting mugs. As a result of this research and design development work, including a collection of nearly 100 different mug designs, as well as catalogs from Chinese mug factories, this expert founded a coffee mug company.
This expert holds a PhD in Physics, and leads a technology consultancy specializing in Electro-Optics Sensor System Analysis, Modeling & Design. This expert has deep experience with LiDAR and LADAR systems and has worked for aerospace companies' systems in instrumentation and delivery of information to the cockpit. This expert also worked for a defense contractor using LiDAR range-finders for tanks. This expert's technical skills include LiDAR & LADAR Design, build, testing and integration, Laser Systems Analysis & Modeling, Electro-Optics Sensor System Analysis, Modeling & Design, as well as Mathematical Analysis & System Engineering.
This expert received a Ph.D. and is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering. This expert's research interests include investigations of fundamental mechanics of manufacturing processes and utilizing those insights for designing effective and efficient processes with unique capabilities.
This expert's research has focused on various aspects of Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP) process used in semiconductor manufacturing, specializing in prediction of instability as well as defect tolerance & mitigation. This expert is particularly interested in Data Driven Prognosis and application of Multi-scale and Multi-Physics analysis techniques applied to various life prediction, design & control problems. This expert has conceptualized, designed and fabricated a new generation Chemical Mechanical Paired Grinding (CMPG) machine.
This expert has served as Project Director and Principal Investigator on more than 25 research and educational projects funded by the U.S. Govt. and private industries. This expert is the author of a book, and has published over 100 technical articles in international archival journals, with several others in conference proceedings. This expert holds eight U.S. patents, currently serves as Associate Editor/Editorial Board of three international journals, and regularly serves as a reviewer for various international journals and funding agencies. This expert has also served as a consultant to several US and International companies in areas of product and process designs.
This expert has prior litigation experience; has written expert reports, been deposed and testified in court.
This expert serves as Practice Lead and Senior Biomedical Consultant for a major consultancy. This expert joined this consultancy from a technology institute as a Professor of Biomedical Engineering. In addition, this expert worked as a Biomedical Consultant. This expert tested spinal products and other surgical implant devices for modes of failure and quality control.
This expert is responsible for forensic testing and evaluation of incidents involving medical products and devices. This expert also focuses on the biomedical analysis of failure modes and its relationship to product failures.
This expert earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics, a Master of Science in Physics, and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering.
This expert is currently Department Chair of Materials Science and Engineering, and has many years of experience in materials science and engineering, physics, mathematics, and computation. This expert's scientific work has taken this expert into many areas of materials science, including research on ceramics. This expert understands that the coloring of ceramic materials is a fundamental phenomenon that is independent of its technical application, and needs to be explained by fundamental principles of materials science and solid-state physics, which are at the core of this expert's expertise. The subject of "hardening" was the topic of this expert's PhD thesis. This expert's current research of alloy surface engineering is focused on solid-solution hardening of metals. This expert has substantial expertise in microcharacterization of materials, including atomic-resolution imaging, diffractometry, and spectrometry using state-of-the art sophisticated methodology and major instrumentation. This expert is a named inventor on 13 patents.