From NAFE Conference attendees:

"It was excellent … We took the plunge into the world of micro-micro-electronics and emerged a half hour later with great insights! Thanks and hope to see you in print soon in the NAFE Journal." — Daniel P. Couture

"Someday when I present I hope I can engage and pique the interest of our peers nearly as much as you did." — Robert Eitel

"Bob, I loved your talk (Forensic Engineering Analysis of Quadcopter Drone Personal Injury). To me, that's what forensic engineering is all about. I wish my students were here to see it."

Publications and Lectures

  • "Forensic Engineering Analysis of Test Equipment Manufacturing Capability in a Business Dispute." National Academy of Forensic Engineers (NAFE) Conference, Atlanta, GA, July 2017
  • "Professional & Forensic Engineering and Expert Witness Career Progression." IEEE AICN Newsletter, 2nd Quarter, 2017
  • "Professional & Forensic Engineers and Expert Witnesses," Lehigh Valley Business, Focus on Engineeing Week, February 20, 2017
  • "Forensic Engineering Analysis of Quadcopter Drone Personal Injury," National Academy of Forensic Engineers (NAFE) Conference, New Orleans, LA, January 2017
  • "Introduction to Intellectual Property and Patents," guest lecturer for Lehigh University Senior Project Class, Bethlehem, PA, September 2016
  • "A Systematic Approach to Creating Behavioral Models," (white paper PDF), CDNLive, March 10, 2015. Accompanying lecture slides (PDF)
  • "Efficient Verification and Virtual Prototyping of Analog and Mixed-Signal IP and SOCs Using Behavioral Models," Design & Reuse
  • "High-level RF Behavioral Models with Transient Noise," Infineon Technologies Communication Tech Days Conference, 2008
  • "Verification of Digitally calibrated analog systems with Verilog-AMS Behavioral Models," IEEE Behavioral Modeling and Simulation (BMAS) Conference, 2006
  • "An Efficient Low-Power Audio Amplifier with Power Supply Rails Tracking the Output By Means Of Pulse Width Modulation," Audio Engineering Society Conference, 2004
  • "A 200 Mb/s CMOS EPRML channel with integrated servo demodulator for magnetic hard disks," Proc. Int. Solid-State Circuits Conf., San Francisco, CA, Feb. 6–8, 1997. Co-author
  • "A Median Peak Detecting Analog Signal Processor for Hard Disk Drive Servo," IEEE Journal of Solid- State Circuits, Vol. 30, No. 4, April 1995. Co-author
  • "A high-speed, low-power PRML read channel device," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 1186-1195, March 1995. Co-author
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Robert O. Peruzzi, PhD, PE - Electronics Consultant, Expert Witness

Robert O. Peruzzi, PhD, PE

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