Mr. Wilson received three Intel Division Awards for outstanding execution in layout verification and tapeout for a 90 nm microprocessor, analysis and implementation of layout fixes for yield increase for a 0.18 μm processor, and development of an incremental parameterized standard cell layout methodology.
Mr. Wilson focuses on the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the electrical engineering and computer science fields. His practice also includes prosecuting and defending patent post-grant review proceedings, assisting with domestic and foreign patent litigation (including infringement and invalidity analysis and discovery), and counseling clients regarding patent infringement and validity.
Mr. Wilson has eleven years of experience developing electronic design automation (EDA) software tools and related methodologies for high performance integrated circuit designs. His technical expertise spans a number of fields in the electrical engineering and computer science disciplines, including VLSI design, analog and digital circuits, semiconductors, signal processing, power and control systems, computer graphics, and software engineering. Mr. Wilson also has experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the mechanical, nanotechnology, and business method arts.
Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR | 1995 – 2007
While at Intel, Mr. Wilson developed design and verification EDA tools for leading-edge deep submicron designs, including the Intel Pentium® II, Pentium® 4, and Core™ i7 microprocessors. In addition, Mr. Wilson managed a team of design automation engineers, and served as an invention disclosure reviewer for the Intel Legal Software IP committee.
Carnegie Mellon Research Institute, Pittsburgh, PA | 1993 – 1994
Mr. Wilson designed, built, and tested wired and wireless industrial control and solid state gas sensor prototypes.