Electronics and computer science expert with more than twenty-five years of hands-on experience analyzing, designing, and implementing real-time systems for commercial, industrial, and military applications. Has been chief architect or technical lead on numerous projects covering all aspects of the architecture and development of electronics (including circuit boards and FPGAs), embedded software, network and communication protocols, and graphical user interfaces.

Formal Education

  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland

Career Highlights

  • Developed software and analog and digital electronics hardware for dozens of actively used military and commercial applications where low power, small size, and high-speed interfaces are critical
  • Creator of an electronics and software platform to teach and inspire future generations of engineers by bringing STEM education into the home and the classroom using technologies such as Raspberry Pi and Python, plug-and-play electronics, and a hands-on curriculum
  • Managed a team of embedded software developers for an embedded Linux-based Digital Video Recording (DVR) platform and led projects to bring the core DVR platofrm to new vertical markets
  • Led a team of engineers to construct mission-critical software and hardware for sonar telemetries used in both active and passive applications, including by the military and in commercial oil exploration, and based on industry-standard telecommunications network technologies such as ATM, SONET, and TCP/IP
  • Developed firmware for robotic optical platter manipulation in an electronic data warehousing product

Expert Qualifications

  • Consulting expert and Verilog source code reviewer for Broadcom in a patent litigatin in U.S. District Court
  • Reviewed Android source code written in Java for smartphones as a consultant to plaintiff's testifying expert in a case against HTC and ZTE