Tal Lavian, Ph.D.
Principal Scientist at TelecommNet
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Dr. Lavian is a scientist, technologist, and lecturer at UC Berkeley Engineering with 30 years of experience. He specializes in telecommunications, network communications, wireless, and Internet protocols, including mobile devices, smartphones, wireless LAN (WLAN), routing, LAN/WAN, Ethernet, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, VoIP, web, and streaming media. Dr. Lavian has invented over 120 patents.
Served as an expert in over 60 patent-related cases where I wrote expert reports and testified in depositions, courts and in front of a jury. Testified in Federal courts, in USPTO PTAB IPR, and in the ITC. The cases involved leading companies including Google, Motorola, Microsoft, Cisco, Juniper, HP, T-Mobile, Ericsson, LG, Facebook, Samsung. and Apple.
Network communications, telecommunications, Internet protocols, and mobile wireless:
M.Sc., Electrical Engineering, Tel Aviv University
Ph.D., Computer Science specializing in networking and communications, UC Berkeley
Berkeley Industry Fellow, Lecturer, Visiting Scientist, Ph.D. Candidate, Nortel's Scientist Liaison Some positions and projects were concurrent, others sequential
Originally employed by Bay Networks, which was acquired by Nortel Networks Principal Scientist, Principal Architect, Principal Engineer, Senior Software Engineer
Principal Investigator for US Department of Defense (DARPA) Projects
Academic and Industrial Researcher
Researched and developed the following projects:
Technology Innovator and Patent Leader
Start-up company focused on mobile wireless CDMA spread spectrum PCN/PCS
Software Engineer, Team Lead Flagship of the Israeli high tech industry $2B software/hardware printing company acquired by Hewlett Packard • As Technical Leader, interfaced the Eastman Kodak Proofer to the Scitex Prisma system • Developed system and network communications mainly in C/C++. Member of Technology Innovation group • Invented a parallel SIMD Architecture
Start-up company Software Engineer Developed real-time software and algorithms mainly in C/C++ and Pascal