Dr. Bravman has over 25 years of experience consulting for the computer, semiconductor, consumer electronics and material sciences industries with Fairchild Semiconductor Laboratories, Lockheed, National Semiconductor, Advanced Micro Devices, IBM, Intel and Applied Plasma Laboratories.
BS from Stanford University, 1979
MS from Stanford Univeresity, 1982
PhD from Stanford University, 1984
Dr. Bravman has over 25 years of experience consulting in the computer, semiconductor technology, consumer electronics and material sciences industries with Fairchild Semiconductor Laboratories, Lockheed, National Semiconductor, Advanced Micro Devices, IBM, Intel and Applied Plasma Laboratories.
1984: Joined the Stanford faculty
1996 to 1999: Department chair, Stanford University
1992 to 2001: Senior Associate Dean in the School of Engineering, Stanford University
He has consulted and testified in numerous intellectual property litigation matters in federal, district and ITC venues.
He has also served the government on many review boards, including the Solid State Sciences Committee, and has served on or chaired the National Advisory Board of the Materials Programs at Sandia National Laboratories and the Chemical and Materials Sciences Program at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories.
Dr. Bravman teaches and advises undergraduates at all levels and directs doctoral students in the areas of silicon process technology, the mechanical properties of thin films, and transmission electron microscopy. He has served as a Resident Fellow and a University Fellow, and has chaired many university committees on integrated circuit manufacturing for computing.
Scott Denning is an experienced expert witness for the mobile wireless, global positioning system (GPS), network communications, software, storage, and embedded computing industries.
Dr. Grimes has over 35 years of experience in the computer, Internet, and video graphics industries with ServiceHub, Visa International, ICVerify, Taligent, Mass Microsystems, Intel, IT&T, and Tektronix.
Dr. Heppe has over 25 years of experience in the area of communications engineering with General Electric Space Division, Stanford Telecommunications, Telenergy and the Insitu Group.