Expert in Invention Upon Demand, Technology Evaluation and Licensing, US Patents, Copyright Infringement
Drawing upon extensive backgrounds in research, technology, and business, the expert's company has guided the development of more than 200 products, received more than 100 patents, formed more than 60 licensing arrangements and has over 40 patent applications in process. Annual sales for clients resulting from this intellectual property total several hundred million dollars.
The expert's company's members have advanced degrees in physics, mathematics, material sciences, and engineering from MIT, Columbia University, Technion and The University of London. They have authored numerous books and articles in scientific and management fields - more than 500 papers and invited presentations in all. In addition, they hold distinguished awards from the technical community including 12 R&D 100 Awards from R&D Magazine.
The expert's company's creations include: the ten-second hand dryer, the electronic time stamp, the electronic credit card calculator, the electronic checkbook calculator, active electronic jewelry, the golf club head with the expanded "sweet spot", a line of eight different microwave appliances including the microwave corn popper and the microwave coffee maker, advanced microwave ovens, advanced electric ovens, and samarium cobalt magnets.
The expert's company accepts requests from organizations and individuals to invent upon demand in a wide range of industries and technologies, both low and high tech. Our personnel are available as consultants to provide support in developing and prototyping new, proprietary products. There is no upfront cost for their work to the client during the invention process.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Boston, Massachusetts - Worcester, Massachusetts - Springfield, Massachusetts - Lowell, Massachusetts - Cambridge, Massachusetts - Brockton, Massachusetts - New Bedford, Massachusetts - Hartford, Connecticut - Manchester, New Hampshire - Providence, Rhode Island
|Year: 1970||Degree: PhD||Subject: Applied Mathematics||Institution: University of London|
|Year: 1965||Degree: MS||Subject: Theoretical Physics||Institution: Case Institute of Technology|
|Year: 1963||Degree: BS||Subject: Physics||Institution: Columbia University|
|Years: 1993 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: President||Department:||Responsibilities: The corporation's client base are companies and individuals that have a concept for a new product. IRI invents, patents and develops such products. Expert oversees all operations of the company.|
|Years: 1986 to 1993||Employer: Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Title: Technical staff||Department: Lincoln Laboratory||Responsibilities: He was responsible for solving mathematical problems using computer algebra systems.|
|Years: 1982 to 1986||Employer: Symbolic, Inc.||Title: Head||Department: Macsyma division||Responsibilities: He was responsible for running the division and lecturing worldwide to generate sales of software and hardware.|
|Years: 1973 to 1982||Employer: Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Title: Technical staff||Department: Laboratory for Computer Science and Lincoln Lab.||Responsibilities: He was responsible for developing and applying the software MACSYMA to problems in engineering and the sciences.|
|Awards / Recognition|
|(Undisclosed) has 12 R&D 100 Awards from R&D Magazine.|
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|(Undisclosed) has authored more than 100 issued patents and over 200 published articles.|