Below is the candidate for IEEE Division I Delegate, 2020-2021
Since 2001, he has been president of Crossbow Consulting, LLC where he has worked for clients on topics including circuit design, system architecture, system startup and Electronic Design Automation (EDA).
He was founder and VP of Engineering at a startup 2002.
COMMITTEES/BOARDS: Technical Activities Board, Member, 2005-2007; TAB Periodicals Packages Committee, Chair, 2007-2008; TAB/PSPB Products & Services Committee, Member, 2007-2008; Transnational Committee, Member, 2007; TAB-Ethics and Conflict Resolution Committee, Member, 2007; TAB-Finance Committee, Member, 2008-2009; TAB-Management Committee (TMC), Member, 2010-2012; TMC-Business Plan Ad Hoc, Chair, 2010-2012; TMC-Structure Ad Hoc, Member, 2011; IEEE-Members Dues, Member, 2011-2012; IEEE Board of Directors: Division I DirectorElect 2019, Division I Director, 2020-2021.
SECTION/CHAPTER: Schenectady Section, Member, since 2003.
SOCIETY/COUNCIL: Circuits and Systems Society (CAS): IEEE Transactions on Computer Aided Design of Circuits and Systems (TCAD), Editor, 1990-1992; AdCom, 1988-1990; Board of Governors, 1997-1999; Vice President Regions 1-6, 2000; Board of Governors, 2003-2005. Council on Electronic Design Automation: President (Founding President), 2005-2007; Head Nominations and Appointments Committee, 2008-2009; Awards Committee, Kaufman Committee, Nominations and Appointments Committee, Conference Committee, 2010-2011.
CONFERENCES: International Conference on Computer Aided Design, Program Committee, 1986-1991. Hardware-Software Co-Design Workshop, Co-General Chair, 1992. Design Automation Conference: Program Committee, 1986-1989; Technical Program Chair, 1990-1991; General Chair (over 16000 badges printed), 1993; Executive Committee, 1990-1994, 2003-2005, 2010-2012.
I have worked with others to:
IEEE needs knowledgeable and principled reasoning at the Assembly and Board of Directors level. I will work with other members of the board to think strategically with value and integrity in order to benefit members and technical communities related to electrical engineering and related fields.
IEEE needs to be the central organization for all topics related to electrical engineering and associated disciplines.
As such, we need to: