Semiconductor Expert Witnesses
Inside every computer, cell phone, iPod, and GPS are chips, which contain many semiconductors, solid substances that under certain conditions will conduct electricity. Semiconductors are often made of gallium arsenide, gallium nitride, lithium fluoride, or (most common because it's cheapest) Silicon.
Our semiconductor expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants are scholars and industry professionals from leading universities and public and private institutions involved in pioneering research and development of semiconductor materials, devices, and technology. Their expertise spans multiple disciplines including electrical and mechanical engineering, materials science, physics, astronomy, telecommunications, chemistry, computer science, optics, information technology, energy, and more. They have worked at the Max-Planck Institute, DuPont, Hewlett-Packard, General Motors, and General Electric, among other leading organizations, and have authored numerous technical articles, textbooks, and patents.