Computer Science Expert in Performance Benchmarks
A computer science expert was requested for a class action suit filed against a microchip manufacturer. The suit alleged false advertising representations of its processor performance. Plaintiffs maintained that the performance of the computer’s central processing unit, or CPU, showed no improvement over previous models. Claimants admit that the processor chip achieved a higher clock frequency but challenged that it translated into improved performance.
IMS ExpertServices was asked to locate an expert in computer science familiar with chip technology, PC systems architecture and benchmarking of systems and processes. The client requested a computer science expert with knowledge and experience in computer architecture, processing and performance modeling, chip caching, and systems performance analysis and enhancement who could opine on industry standards for benchmarking.
This computer science expert is a former Chief Architect with Intel and was named an Intel Fellow, the highest technical grade at the company. His vast experience makes him very familiar with benchmark testing issues and systems performance as it pertains to customer satisfaction and perception. He is experienced in all of the myriad factors that affect system performance including hardware configurations, operating systems and software applications. This expert received his MSEE and Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University and is a prominent member of IEEE. IMS Reference #5049806
This expert in computer science is a professor at Princeton University where he teaches numerous courses on computer architecture and design. His specific interests include architecturally-focused performance measurement and analysis. He has written several articles on processor performance. He holds a Bachelor's degree from Yale University and a Ph.D. in Computer Science. He has served as an expert witness several times in cases involving processor performance, microelectronic architecture, and microprocessor design and has expertise in benchmarks for measuring system performance. IMS Reference #3732174
Computer Systems Architecture
This computer science expert has a deep academic background specializing in computer systems performance analysis, microprocessor architecture, and systems design. He is a prolific author on topics of performance and measurements of microprocessors. He is an active member of the ACM and the IEEE. This expert holds a Bachelor's degree from MIT and a Ph.D. from Stanford University. He is a frequent expert witness for computer science litigation and has provided reports and testimony for cases involving computer architecture and engineering. IMS Reference #3733054