Andrew E. Stevens, Ph.D., P.E.
14 Paddock Rd.
Rye Brook, NY 10573
Phone/Fax: (914) 939-7396


Ph.D., Columbia University, May 1995
MAJOR: Electrical Engineering
RESEARCH: Analysis and design of receiver preamplifiers for optical communications. Investigated signal-to-noise performance for second-order, raised-cosine-output, and matched filter receivers. Implemented a switched-capacitor optical receiver with parallel architecture and improved sensitivity in 1.2 µm CMOS.
THESIS TITLE: "An integrate-and-dump receiver for fiber optic networks."
ADVISOR: Prof. E.S. Yang

M.S.E., University of Pennsylvania, May 1988
MAJOR: Electrical Engineering
RESEARCH: Architecture and design of low-power analog circuits for use in instrumentation for high-energy physics experiments. Designed tracking chamber time measurement and analog storage electronics in 1.6 µm CMOS.
THESIS TITLE: "Design and implementation of a time-to-voltage converter/analog memory for colliding beam detectors."
ADVISOR: Prof. J. Van der Spiegel

S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 1986
MAJOR: Electrical Engineering
RESEARCH: Characterization of modeling problems in integrated circuit CAD programs such as SPICE. Examined errors due to lack of charge conservation and numerical oscillations.
THESIS TITLE: "Characterization of errors in circuit simulation programs."
ADVISOR: Prof. C. G. Sodini


Electrical Science, Inc., Port Chester, NY September 2001-present
Founder of consulting firm in the fields of computer software and hardware design, network engineering and security, and embedded systems. Projects include: recovery of audio and metadata from voicemail and voice logger systems, including reverse engineering of obsolete hardware; transcoding of non-standard audio compression into standard formats; migration of hosting environment for online banner advertising firm from private colocated servers to Amazon Web Services; forensic analysis of 200,000,000+ lines of printer firmware in a copyright litigation; firmware development of multimedia audio and video streaming features for mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) routers on the ARM platform; specification and implementation of an M2M communication protocol between industrial farm equipment and a wireless remote management system with XML; serial remote control and system integration (via RS-232) of QuickSet pan-tilt antenna tracking units, FLIR cameras, Silynx tactical headset systems; prototyping of RF transmitter hardware in the cellular bands (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), including design, assembly, and testing; development of a metadata database for digital object identifiers (DOIs), including XML bulk loader and URL pinger; implementation and deployment of a multiserver hosting environment for Web ad syndication; development of laboratory techniques for recovering data from damaged magnetic tapes; due diligence on a startup company for a venture capital group in the area of RFID tags; due diligence on the possible infringement of issued patents in the areas of CDMA mobile telephony, bar code scanners, MIMO wireless data transmission; a reporting database for a direct marketing company to compile revenue data from multiple sales channels; implementation and deployment from scratch of a new ecommerce Web site, including shopping cart, credit card authorization, fulfillment, and reporting; a management system for "coinbox" service on 802.11b wireless LANs; custom firmware for a wireless access point using embedded Linux; architecture and deployment of a UNIX-on-the-desktop office environment for a startup semiconductor company; a patient database for a major hospital; LAN architecture and backup strategy for a law firm, including secure remote desktop access; design and implementation of a PCI-compliant secure LAN including virtual machines, two-factor authentication, LDAP authentication, intrusion detection, disaster recovery; integration of a custom ecommerce system with multiple credit card merchant acounts and detailed approval, decline, and chargeback reporting; design and implementation of a VoIP gateway using Asterisk. Clients include Air Methods Corporation, Barmensen Labs, CCP AG, Guardian Life Insurance Company, Hospital of Saint Raphael, Linkstorm Corp. (formerly Content Directions, Inc.), McDermott Will & Emery, National Data Conversion, Novero GmbH, ONEOK Inc., OpenAir Communications, Persistent Systems, Proskauer Rose LLP, Speedus Corp., Trusted Data Solutions, utMOST Technologies, Voya Financial, Younkins & Schecter LLP.

Double Agent, Inc., New York, NY January 2000-September 2001
Chief Technology Officer for a technology startup company dedicated to providing improved navigation and analytic software for Web sites. Member of senior management team, helped write business plan, met with key investors, customers, and business partners. Hired and managed staff of 10 fulltime engineers. Oversaw all new product development, including the Site Aviator browsing tool for hierarchical data sets, Laser Search search engine for generating metadata-sorted result sets, SteppingStones session mapping tool, ClickTrail server traffic analytic suite, xCSS crossbrowser JavaScript library. Built and managed consulting practice.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY February 1997-January 2000
Associate Director of Content Systems Integration for the Scientific, Technical, and Medical division. Coordinated reference linking to and from online content, including journals and encyclopedias. Technical manager for Wiley participation in the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) initiative, a collaborative effort among publishers to assign identifiers to online content. Lead developer for journal article metadata database and registration system which eventually became the basis for the CrossRef journal linking service ( Worked first two years as Manager of Internet Product Development for new publishing technologies group. Coordinated Internet activities globally within the company, including corporate Web site (, online catalog, electronic commerce. Lead architect for "Coltrane" global book catalog database using Oracle and mod_perl.

EarthWeb, Inc., New York, NY September 1996-January 1997
Ecommerce Technical Director for the Gamelan Java directory. Responsible for electronic commerce system for sales of Java software and related products. Supervisor of programming group for deployment of new custom commerce software.

The Voyager Company, New York, NY November 1995-September 1996
Director of Online Services for multimedia publishing company ( Designed and implemented systems for online secure transaction processing, credit card authorization, electronic software delivery, Web site database. Managed online ordering and fulfillment for CD-ROMs and video laserdiscs. Technical director for online publishing projects (Narrative Corpse, Grand Street, Flood) and live Webcast events (Media and Democracy Congress, Unconventional Coverage).

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, NY June 1993-May 1995
Research on lightwave receivers for protocol-independent fiber optic computer networks. Worked on tunable receiver for broadcast-and-select WDM network utilizing grating demultiplexer, photodetector array, and electronic selection matrix. Performed laboratory testing of optical and electronic components at bitrates of 1 Gbps and higher.

IEEE, New York, NY March 1992-May 1993
System administration consultant in the electronic publishing of IEEE journals. Optimized the conversion of author-supplied magnetic-media manuscripts into standardized SGML electronic format. Wrote LaTeX-to-SGML and troff-to-SGML converters.

Analog Devices, Inc., Wilmington, MA Summer 1991
Designed low-power circuits for a 22-bit sigma-delta modulator for use in an oversampling analog-to-digital converter. Developed a new method for boosting the slew rate of a switched-capacitor integrator with extremely low power consumption.

Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL September 1989-August 1990
Initiated R&D program for the design of radiation-hard integrated circuits for use in detectors at the proposed Superconducting Supercollider. Performed radiation damage studies on IC processes from several different vendors. Collaborated with scientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory on the radiation and temperature effects on low-noise detector preamplifiers.

AT&T Bell Laboratories, Whippany, NJ July 1986-September 1989
Design, prototyping and programming of microprocessor-based circuit boards for use in SLC Series 5, a T1 digital subscriber loop (DSL) carrier system. Designed new transmit-receive unit and ISDN BRI channel unit. Developed modified system architectures to implement added features and Bellcore requirements. Interned at North Carolina Works manufacturing facility.

IBM Corporation, Poughkeepsie, NY Summer 1985
Worked on experimental parallel-processing CAD workstation. Designed and implemented a parallel bus interface between the 8088 and 68020 microprocessors.

MIT Dormitory Telephone Service, Cambridge, MA February 1983-May 1986
Maintained a 3000-line PBX for on-campus housing at MIT. Maintained and repaired two step-by-step central offices, including Strowger switches, MDF, power plant, DID and Centrex interfaces. Installed and terminated trunk cables. Did field repairs and installations.


Peeq Media, LLC, v. Coloredge Inc.
Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, technical expert for plaintiff
Provide expertise in case relating to theft of trade secrets. Review computer servers for evidence of illicit access by former employees. Study source code for web applications to determine reuse and time to develop. Write affidavit requesting defendant's source code.

Brainstorm Interactive, Inc., v. School Specialty, Inc.
U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin, technical expert for defendant
Analyze damages claim regarding loss of electronic printing masters for an educational publisher by its distributor. Inventory and analyze DLT magnetic tapes and CD/DVD optical media to determine contents. Prepare economic analysis for replacement of lost masters. Write expert report and appear for deposition.

CCP Systems AG v. Samsung Electronics Corp., Ltd. and IBM Corporation
U.S. District Court, New Jersey, technical expert for plaintiff
Analyze firmware for Samsung's laserprinters and photocopiers for evidence of copyright infringement related to CCP's source code. Review source code for 22 printer models comprising approximately 200 million lines of C code across 93 releases. Validate source code production by compiling code with original compiler and matching to released versions. Perform analysis of 544 binary firmware releases using disassembler, decompiler, and custom tools. Assist counsel in preparing exhibits and expert reports.

Extreme Networks, Inc. v. Enterasys Networks, Inc.
U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, technical expert for plaintiff
Enterasys Networks, Inc. v. Foundry Networks, Inc. and Extreme Networks, Inc.
U.S. District Court, Massachusetts, technical expert for defendants
2006, 2011
Perform data conversion and ediscovery for intellectual property litigations. Extract files from legacy DEC Alpha Server running OpenVMS which contained evidence relevant to multiple cases. Convert data to a compatible format (DOS/Windows), including conversion of VMS Mail database files to RFC-2822 format. Perform detailed searches for specific custodians, write findings reports.

Symbol Technologies, Inc. v. Metrologic Instruments, Inc.
In re Certain Bar Code Scanners and Scan Engines, U.S. International Trade Commission, Washington D.C., technical expert for Metrologic
Analyze assembly language source code in patent dispute regarding bar code scanners.


Preceptor, Electrical Engineering, Columbia University
Lectured a core course in the undergraduate electrical engineering curriculum. Wrote syllabus, lectures, course notes, homeworks, and exams for class of 48 students.

Teaching Assistant, Electrical Engineering, Columbia University
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS, EE 3201, Fall 1990
Taught recitation sections. Wrote homework, exam, and review problems. Graded problem sets and exams. Held tutoring and review sessions.


Electrical Science, Inc., Port Chester, NY September 2001-present
Management of a cloud-based Web hosting environment at Amazon Web Services using EC2, S3, Route 53, RDS, including 40 virtual machines, 12 domains, and 2 databases (MySQL and Oracle). Management of a high-volume secure Web hosting environment using virtualization (Xen), remote configuration (puppet), LDAP and Kerberos authentication, load balancing (lvs). Implemented a secure browser-based remote desktop solution for home users to connect to office desktops with two-factor authentication using Stoneware webRDP and RCDevs OpenOTP. Implemented wireless LANs using Enterasys RoamAbout R2, Cisco 1200, Cisco 1400 hardware. Implemented custom wireless coinbox router with Linux firewall. Reflashed the USRobotics 2450 wireless access point to run the OpenAP Linux distribution, and added extended firewalling capabilities. Created system test laptop for software QA with disk images for eight versions of Windows (95 through XP). Restored and performed post-mortem analysis on hacked Red Hat Linux machines which were compromised via vulnerabilities in BIND, Apache, OpenSSH and OpenSSL. Configured VPNs with Linux PoPToP server and Windows PPTP client using reflashed Linksys router with DD-WRT. Extensive experience installing Oracle on Linux. Experience with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3/4/5/6/7, Debian Linux 3/4/5/6/7/8, CentOS 4/5/6/7, SuSE 11, Snapgear Linux, OpenWRT, Oracle 8i/9i/10g, Oracle Advanced Security, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server 2000/2005, CNRI Handle System, Apache 2, Tomcat 4.1/5.5, Apache mod_jk connector, OpenSSL, Tripwire, Extensis Portfolio, X-Cart, LZS data compression, SpamAssassin, FTPS, Linux sg (SCSI Generic) loadable module, WebTrends On Demand, Omniture, NoCatAuth, MRTG, Comedi, SoX, OpenVMS 7.3, Wifidog, VMware, Xen, VirtualBox, Cryptocard Authentication Server, OpenLDAP, Subversion, Dovecot, Nagios, Git, Live555, Gstreamer, FFmpeg. Voice recording hardware: NICE 8.9, NICE Perform, NICE NTR, Racal Wordnet, Racal Mirra, Eyretel Mediastore, Mercom Audiolog, Cybertech, Dictaphone Guardian, Dictaphone Prolog, ASC Marathon, Comverse, Verint Ultra, TantaComm, AT&T/Lucent/Avaya Audix, Northern Telecom Meridian Mail, Nortel CallPilot. Legacy computer hardware: Alpha, PowerPC, SPARC, MIPS, 68000, VAX, Cobalt Qube. Tape hardware: LTO, SuperDLT, DLT, DDS, AIT, Exabyte, QIC, 3592, 9940.

Double Agent, Inc., New York, NY January 2000-September 2001
Installed and administered corporate servers, networking, and infrastructure, including three-zone Linux firewall with ipchains, network file server for heterogeneous network (UNIX, PC, Mac) with Red Hat Linux 6.2, desktop UNIX environment with NIS/NFS/automounter, mail server with UW imapd and IMP web client, time server with NTP, network tape backup system for Linux and Solaris with DLT autoloader. Built multiplatform RDBMS development environment with Oracle 8.1, Sybase ASE 11.9, SQL Server 7.0, MySQL 3.22. Experience with Tomcat 3.2, Documentum 4i, iPlanet.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY February 1997-January 2000
Administered private Ethernet segment for R&D and customer technical support groups. Experience with Netscape Enterprise Server 3.0, Apache 1.3, mod_perl 1.2, DBI, DBD, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.5, Sybase Full-Text Search Specialty Data Store, Verity Information Server 3.1.0, Oracle 7.3, Oracle 8.0, Oracle ConText Cartridge, mSQL 2.0, Mysql 3.21, Lotus Notes 4.5, Lotus Notes 5.0, Solaris 2.6, Solaris 2.7, MacOS 8.0, Red Hat Linux 5.2, samba, DAVE, Toast, HP JetDirect, Adobe Acrobat Distiller, Bay Networks Remote Annex 2000.

EarthWeb, Inc., New York, NY September 1996-January 1997
Administered Web servers for online commerce. Experience with Netscape Enterprise Server 2.0, ssh, CyberCash Merchant Server, TCP wrappers, PGP, mSQL 1.0, Solaris 2.5.1, MKStats.

The Voyager Company, New York, NY November 1995-September 1996
Administered UNIX servers for company email, Usenet news, World Wide Web. Experience with Solaris 2.4, Solaris 2.5, Linux, Windows 95, MacOS 7.5.3, Netscape Commerce Server 1.12, ICVerify, sales tax databases, INN, Hylafax, wwwstat, SSL.

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, NY June 1993-May 1995
Administered approximately ten RS/6000s, X-Terminals, and PCs on Watson's internal TCP/IP network. Experience with AIX 3.2.5, AIX 4.1.1, Token Ring, AFS, DOS 6.3, Windows 3.1, IBM TCP/IP for DOS 2.1.1, X11R6, public domain PC networking software (Kermit, NCSA Telnet, XFS, Trumpet), Mosaic, Netscape, SOCKS, HTML, Wabi.

IEEE, New York, NY March 1992-May 1993
System administration consultant for a network of approximately fifty Sun SPARCstations. Experience with SunOS 4.1.2, automounter, TeX, troff, yacc, lex, sendmail, Arbortext Publisher.

Columbia University, New York, NY September 1990-May 1993
System administrator for a subnet of approximately 15 Sun SPARCstations, Sun 3, X-Terminals, and PCs. Supervised office relocation and domain name change. Performed hardware and operating system upgrades. Automated disk backups. Experience with SunOS 4.1, SunOS 4.1.2, PC-NFS, NIS, NFS, Ethernet, X11R5, GNU tools, TeX, public domain software.

Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL September 1989-August 1990
Supervised initial installation of UNIX workstations in the high-energy physics division. Experience with Sun SPARC and Tektronix 88000 platforms.


SmartUp Group, Netanya, Israel May 2010-present
Member of board of advisors for a startup accelerator specializing in Israeli and international ventures.


Member of Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu.

Recipient of 1993-94 IEEE Solid-State Circuits Council Predoctoral Fellowship.

Listed in Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 1998.


Member of Blind Brook School District Technology Planning Committee, 2011-present.

Member of MIT Educational Council. Interviewer for high school students applying for admission to MIT, 2006-present.

Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New York, 1993-present.

Member of IEEE, 1985-present.




ENVIRONMENTS: Linux, Solaris, AIX, IRIX, Unixware, Windows 10/8/7/2008/Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT/Me/98/95/3.1, MS-DOS, Macintosh OSX/OS9/OS8, VAX/VMS, OpenVMS, VM/CMS, OS/400

PACKAGES: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Access, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Sybase PowerDesigner, emacs, X11, Mathematica, MATLAB, SPICE, MAGIC, KIC, OCT, AutoCAD, SolidWorks


Manager and booking agent for Music at the Mansion, a live acoustic music venue located at Crawford Park, Rye Brook, NY. 2013-present

Participant in mentoring program for New York City Public Schools' "School of the Future." Supervised high school student interns at Voyager Co. and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1996-1999.

Manager and booking agent for Postcrypt Coffeehouse, a live acoustic music venue located on the campus of Columbia University, NY. Produced a compact disc featuring live performances by nineteen local and nationally-renowned recording artists. 1992-1995.

Volunteer at Democratic National Convention, NY. July 1992.

Member of Amnesty International, 1989-present.

Member of Hunger Committee, a college group which cooked food for soup kitchens in Cambridge, MA. 1983-1986.

Hobbies: music, traveling, biking, skiing, genealogy, construction, karate.


  1. H. Atkins, C. Lyons, H. Ratner, C. Risher, C. Shillum, D. Sidman, A. Stevens, "Reference Linking with DOIs: A Case Study," D-Lib Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 6, Feb. 2000, DOI: 10.1045/february2000-risher.

  2. F. Tong, K. Liu, C.-S. Li, A.E. Stevens, "A 32-channel hybridly-integrated tunable receiver," ECOC '95 Proceedings, Sept. 1995, pp. 203-206.

  3. K. Liu, C.-S. Li, B. Pezeshki, T. Schrans, A.E. Stevens and F. Tong, "Hybrid Optoelectronic Digitally Tunable Receiver," Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 2402, San Jose, Feb. 1995, pp. 104-114, DOI: 10.1117/12.205272.

  4. F. Tong, K. Liu, C.-S. Li, A.E. Stevens, Y.H. Kwark, B. Pezeshki, "A tunable receiver for packet-switched WDMA systems," LEOS '94 Conference Proceedings, Vol. 1, Oct. 1994, pp. 35-36, DOI: 10.1109/LEOS.1994.586877.

  5. A.E. Stevens, G.A. Miller, "A high-slew integrator for switched-capacitor circuits," IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 29, No. 9, Sept. 1994, pp. 1146-1149, DOI: 10.1109/4.309913.

  6. F. Tong, C.-S. Li, A.E. Stevens, Y.H. Kwark, "Characterization of a 16-channel optical/electronic selector for fast packet-switched WDMA networks," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol. 6, No. 8, Aug. 1994, pp. 971-974, DOI: 10.1109/68.313067.

  7. F. Tong, Y.H. Kwark, A.E. Stevens, "A four-channel monolithic optical/electronic selector for fast packet-switched WDMA networks," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol. 6, No. 1, Jan. 1994, pp. 68-70, DOI: 10.1109/68.265892.

  8. A.E. Stevens, G.A. Miller, "A high-slew integrator for switched-capacitor circuits," 1993 Symposium on VLSI Circuits Digest of Technical Papers, Kyoto, Japan, May 1993, pp. 115-116, DOI: 10.1109/VLSIC.1993.920568.

  9. T. Ekenberg, J.W. Dawson, R.L. Talaga, A.E. Stevens, W.N. Habericter, "Development of a custom monolithic device for data acquisition from a scintillating calorimeter at the Superconducting Super Collider," in Supercollider 3, J. Nonte, ed., Plenum Press, New York, 1991, pp. 945-951, DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4615-3746-5_87.

  10. T. Ekenberg, J. Dawson, A. Stevens, W. Habericter, "Rad-hard electronics study for SSC detectors," in Supercollider 3, J. Nonte, ed., Plenum Press, New York, 1991, pp. 937-944, DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4615-3746-5_86.

  11. L. Callawaert, W. Eyckmans, W. Sansen, A. Stevens, J. Van der Spiegel, R. Van Berg, H.H. Williams, T.Y. Yau, "A time to voltage converter and analog memory unit for straw tracking detectors," Proceedings of the Symposium on Detector Research and Development for the Superconducting Super Collider," Fort Worth, TX, Oct. 1990, pp. 511-513.

  12. H.W. Kraner, J.A. Kierstead, P.W. Levy, S. Rescia, V. Radeka, A. Stevens, "Radiation damage studies on hybrid preamplifiers," Proceedings of the Symposium on Detector Research and Development for the Superconducting Super Collider," Fort Worth, TX, Oct. 1990, pp. 697-703.

  13. J. Dawson, T. Ekenberg, A. Stevens, H. Kraner, V. Radeka, S. Rescia, S. Kerns, "Radiation damage testing of transistors for SSC front-end electronics," Conference Record of the 1990 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium, Arlington, VA, October, 1990, pp. 843-845, DOI: 10.1109/NSSMIC.1990.693471.

  14. A. Stevens, J. Dawson, H. Kraner, V. Radeka, S. Rescia, "Rad-hard electronics development program for SSC liquid-argon calorimeters," in Supercollider 2, M. McAshan, ed., Plenum Press, New York, 1990, pp. 671-680, DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4615-3728-1_61.

  15. A.E. Stevens, R.P. Van Berg, J. Van der Spiegel, H.H. Williams, "A time-to-voltage converter and analog memory for colliding beam detectors," IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 24, No. 6, Dec. 1989, pp. 1748-1752, DOI: 10.1109/4.45016.

  16. A.E. Stevens, R.P. Van Berg, J. Van der Spiegel, H.H. Williams, "A sub-nanosecond time-to-voltage converter and analog memory," 1989 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems Proceedings, Portland, OR, May 1989, pp. 268-271, DOI: 10.1109/ISCAS.1989.100342.

  17. L. Callewaert, W. Eyckmans, W. Sansen, V. Budihartono, F.M. Newcomer, R. Van Berg, J. Van der Spiegel, S. Tedja, H.H. Williams, A. Stevens, "Front end and signal processing electronics for detectors at high luminosity colliders," IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Vol. 36, No. 1, Feb. 1989, pp. 446-457, DOI: 10.1109/23.34481.

  18. A.E. Stevens, V. Budihartono, R.P. Van Berg, J. Van der Spiegel, H.H. Williams, L. Callewaert, W. Eyckmans, W. Sansen, "A fast low-power time-to-voltage converter for high luminosity collider detectors," IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Vol. 36, No. 1, Feb. 1989, pp. 517-521, DOI: 10.1109/23.34493.


  1. W. Bober, A. Stevens, Numerical and Analytical Methods with MATLAB for Electrical Engineers, CRC Press, 2013. ISBN: 9781439854297


  1. "Integrating the DOI with intra-organization legacy systems," Workshop on Managing Intellectual Content on the Web, 8th International World Wide Web Conference, Toronto, May 11, 1999.

  2. "A high-slew integrator for switched-capacitor circuits," Symposium on VLSI Circuits, Kyoto, Japan, May 21, 1993.

  3. "Circuit design of a low-power 22-bit sigma-delta modulator," AT&T Bell Laboratories, Reading, PA, March 27, 1992.

  4. "Rad-hard electronics for SSC liquid argon calorimeters," High Energy Physics Division Lunch Seminar, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, March 27, 1990.

  5. "Rad-hard electronics development program for SSC liquid-argon calorimeters," International Industrial Symposium on the Super Collider, Miami, FL, March 16, 1990.

  6. "A sub-nanosecond time-to-voltage converter and analog memory," IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Portland, OR, May 9, 1989.

  7. "A fast low-power time-to-voltage converter for high luminosity collider detectors," IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium, Orlando, FL, Nov. 10, 1988.


  1. "Personalized multi-service computer environment," U.S. Patent #7,062,475, June 13, 2006

  2. "Integrate-and-dump receiver for fiber optic transmission," U.S. Patent #5,773,815, June 30, 1998.

  3. "Biasing voltage cancellation circuit having a plurality of switches serially connected to a capacitor," U.S. Patent #5,561,288, October 1, 1996.

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