Operating Systems Expert Witnesses

Operating systems expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on operating systems. The operating systems expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Cybersecurity, Intellectual Property, and Software Engineering.

Bert Schiettecatte, MSc/CS, MA/MST Noisetron LLC

Los Angeles, California
Intellectual Property, Software Engineering - audio, video, Digital Signal Processing (Dsp), source code review, patent, copyright, wireless, sensors, user interface, linux, operating systems, open source, electronics, hardware, embedded systems, firmware, computer graphics, computer vision, smart devices, network protocols, USB, C/C++, IoT
* Available for plaintiffs and defendants * Available as a consulting expert (software architecture review, source code review, etc) * Available for depositions and to testify * Over 20 years of software and hardware engineering experience, focusing on music and audio digital signal processing (DSP) technology * Designed, developed and engineered the hardware and software of multiple successful audio (DSP) and wireless technology products, sold worldwide * Experience with embedded systems running linux as well as bare-metal software / firmware * Previously founded Percussa, a succesful pro-audio and music technology company * Well-known internationally within the pro-audio industry and human-computer interaction research community * Received the Qwartz Max Mathews Award for inventing AudioCubes, a tangible user interface system. * Worked as a PhD researcher at Leuven Catholic University (KUL) and Brussels Free University (VUB), publishing papers on audio signal proces...

Michael Barr

Germantown, Maryland
Software Engineering, Cybersecurity - embedded systems, operating systems, computer software, automotive electronics, medical devices, industrial automation, computer security, software malfunction, programming languages, reverse engineering, source code review, software quality
Michael Barr is a former adjunct professor of computer engineering with more than twenty-five years of experience in the software industry, including over a decade spent developing software for embedded systems. Software he wrote has powered millions of products. Mr. Barr is the author of three books and more than seventy articles and papers about embedded software design and architecture and is internationally recognized as an expert in the field. He is also a founder of three companies, including Barr Group. In his work as a software expert witness, Mr. Barr has testified more than twenty times before judges and juries in matters ranging from patent infringement and validity to product liability to theft of copyrighted software and trade secrets. He has been qualified in U.S. and Canadian courts as an expert in computer software, electrical engineering, and satellite TV security and piracy.