Processor architecture expert witness candidates typically have extensive experience and expertise in computer science, computer software, computer forensics, electrical engineering, computer engineering, and/or software engineering. Cahn Litigation Services is often called upon to locate expert witnesses that can support processor architecture technology matters and can present demonstrative evidence to support a case.
Often, matters requiring processor architecture technology expert witness services involve intellectual property, such as patent infringement litigation or trade secret disputes.
Litigation support by a processor architecture expert witness could include a forensic investigation, expert report, expert opinion, expert witness testimony, and courtroom testimony. In a high-profile case, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, counsel may request a testifying expert with prior expert witness experience. An expert witness needs to not only have the requisite substantive expertise but must also possess the ability to explain technology and evidence to lay people, such as judges and jurors. In addition, clients may seek a subject matter expert for pre-litigation consulting work.
Whether the case involves parallel processing, digital signal processing, computer architecture or computer forensics, Cahn Litigation Services has the experience required to turn an expert witness search around quickly and provide the right balance of expertise and testimony to support each unique project and its nuances.
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Processor Architecture experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Processor Architecture landscape.
This expert holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering and is President and Principal Consultant for a leading computer memory consulting firm providing technical, management and intellectual property consulting services. This expert is widely recognized as one of the industry's foremost authorities on flash, cache and memory system design and DRAM architecture. An independent consultant, this expert has consulted to over 90 semiconductor and computer system vendors, venture capitalists, and legal firms. This expert has a great deal of knowledge and experience with flash memory and the patent process as a patent agent, and has granted and pending U.S. patents, some involving this technology. This expert has written on a variety of topics surrounding semiconductor and flash memory for a broad spectrum of trade magazines and academic journals. As one of the leading independent analysts of the semiconductor memory industry, this expert wrote and substantially revised an 850-page research report on DRAM technologies. This expert has taught and presented tutorials to both technical and non-technical audiences on subjects including semiconductor memory architecture and memory hierarchy design. In particular, this expert has presented over fifty full- and partial-day seminars on these topics to over 2,500 managers, engineers, marketers and analysts. In addition to serving on the advisory boards of high-technology start-ups, advising on processor, DRAM and Flash memory trends, this expert has been engaged in over fifty litigation support consultancies. This expert has been engaged as an expert in over 50 matters (some dealing with flash memory systems) writing expert reports, giving deposition testimony as testimony before the ITC and in court. Additionally, this expert has substantial experience with IPRs. One in particular involved 16 separate petitions, 6 of which this expert was the lead drafter of the POPR.
This expert serves as Director of the Advanced Computer Engineering Laboratory at a prestigious university, and is engaged in solving problems related to high-performance and low-power computing systems with focus on VLSI chip engineering. This expert specializes in high-speed digital circuits as well as low-power design, low-power digital circuit libraries and optimal relationship between computational energy and speed. This expert's broader expertise is also in Computer Arithmetic, Media Signal Processing, Cryptography and System Architecture. This expert is a Professor Emeritus and has held Visiting Professor positions several universities. This expert obtained Ph.D. and MSc degrees in Computer Science and a Dipl. Ing. (MScEE) degree in electronics and telecommunications. This expert worked on development of early RISC and super-scalar RISC processors, and holds several patents on the subject. This expert's engagements include positions with many technology leaders. This expert's interest is in VLSI systems, fast circuits, low-power design and efficient implementations of computer arithmetic. This expert's work has been applied in several leading processors. This expert holds 15 USA and 7 International patents and 5 others pending. This expert has published over 170 papers in the areas of circuits and technology, computer arithmetic and computer architecture, written three books and a dozen book chapters and one edited book in high-performance system design. This expert is a Fellow of IEEE and a member of the American Association for Advancement of Science and the American Association of the University Professors.
This expert holds a PhD in Computer Science and serves as a full Professor of Computer Science. Research interests include:
This expert has experience in both the programming and microarchitecture of GPUs. As part of this expert's teaching load, this expert instructs students on both GPU programming and GPU design. This expert covers CUDA in one of the undergraduate classes. This expert taught classes on parallel programming which included GPU programming (CUDA). Further, this expert uses GPU architecture in undergraduate architecture class as an example of a SIMD architecture. Many of this expert's previous consulting assignments have involved GPUs.
This expert does have extensive litigation experience having written numerous detailed expert reports on infringement, non-infringement, validity, and invalidity, and constructed patent claim charts. This expert has also written declarations in support of various matters. Further, this expert has analyzed and traced a variety of source code (both hardware RTL and software source code) to map infringement as part of numerous source code reviews on very large repositories of code; deciphered decades-old designs from schematics and microcode; investigated products and systems; preformed profile and tear down of a variety of software and hardware systems, and architectural simulation of patented designs. This expert has:
This expert also has an excellent track record of collaboration with attorneys in helping to educate them on technical details.
This expert is a Ph.D. and former Fulbright Scholar with many years of involvement in digital audio, digital music, digital signal processing and processor architecture. This expert is a successful independent consultant and assists in high-level languages and assembly language used for audio and music software and signal processing.
This expert has many years involvement in hi-tech litigation including patents, copyright, trade secret, and class action. This expert has 17 depositions, 3 times testifying at trial, 5 sets of IPR declarations covering topics such as:
cell phones, mobile devices, handheld devices (e.g. medical), computers, laptops
file downloading, file streaming, client/server
media: audio, music, speech, video
digital signal processing, mathematics, algorithms
This expert specializes in litigation involving cell phones, car stereos, software, media streaming, mathematics, and user interfaces. This expert has been involved in matters that have specifically dealt with cell phones interacting with automobile head units.