Brian Lambson

Practices

Education and Clerkships

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, 2013

B.S., Electrical Engineering, Columbia University in the City of New York, 2008

Admissions

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Profile

Dr. Brian Lambson is a patent agent in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the Palo Alto office of Haynes and Boone. His practice focuses on patent preparation and prosecution.

Prior to joining the firm, Brian served as a technical adviser on patent litigation and pre-litigation matters. In support of expert testimony, he has conducted prior art searches, source code review, file wrapper analysis, reverse engineering and product testing. He has also worked as an engineering intern on utility-scale solar projects at SunPower Corporation, and he received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Berkeley, specializing in semiconductor devices. During his research at UC Berkeley, Brian was named as an inventor on U.S. Patent 8,766,754, titled "Concave nanomagnets with widely tunable anisotropy." With broad technical experience in academia and industry, Brian has developed hands-on knowledge in wide range of representative technology domains.

Experience

Brian has developed hands-on knowledge in the following representative technology domains:

  • Semiconductor devices and processing
  • Integrated circuits - digital, analog, and memory
  • Magnetism and magnetic materials
  • Computer networking and security
  • Optoelectronics - LEDs, communications, solar cells
  • Cleantech - PV, energy efficiency, natural gas

Selected Publications and Speeches

  • “Advances in nanomagnetic logic,” B. Lambson, Z. Gu, J. Bokor, et al., Joint MMM/ InterMag Conference, Chicago, IL, January 2013.
  • “Error immunity techniques for nanomagnetic logic,” B. Lambson, Z. Gu, J. Bokor, et al., 2012 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting Technical Digest, December 2012.
  • “Magneto-optical and X-ray study of concave nanomagnets and their applications to nanomagnetic logic," B. Lambson, J. Bokor, et al., Applied Physics A, October 2012.
  • “Nanomagnetic logic and the thermodynamic limits of computation,” B. Lambson, SRC TECHCON 2012, Austin, TX, September 2012.
    “Temperature dependence of heat dissipation during Landauer erasure of nanomagnets,” B. Lambson, IEEE NANO 2012, Birmingham, England, August 2012.
  • “Investigation of errors and defects in nanomagnetic logic circuits,” D. Carlton, B. Lambson, J. Bokor, et al., IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, July 2012.
  • “Magneto-optical and X-ray microscopy of nanomagnetic logic components with shape- induced biaxial anisotropy,” B. Lambson, Z. Gu, J. Bokor, et al., Conference on Electron, Ion and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication (EIPBN), Waikoloa, HI, June 2012.
  • “Cascade-like signal propagation in chains of concave nanomagnets,” B. Lambson, Z. Gu, J. Bokor, et al., Applied Physics Letters, April 2012.
  • “Computing in thermal equilibrium with dipole coupled nanomagnets,” D. Carlton, B. Lambson, J. Bokor, et al., IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, August 2011.
  • “Magneto-optical studies of nanomagnetic logic,” B. Lambson, Z. Gu, D. Carlton, and J. Bokor, International Nano-Optoelectronics Workshop, Saint Petersburg, Russia and Wurtzburg, Germany, August 2011.
  • “Exploring the thermodynamic limits of computation in integrated systems: magnetic memory, nanomagnetic logic, and the Landauer Limit,” B. Lambson, D. Carlton, J. Bokor, Physical Review Letters, July 2011.
  • “Time-lapse imaging of thermally driven signal propagation in nanomagnetic logic,” B. Lambson, D. Carlton, J. Bokor, et al., Conference on Electron, Ion and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication (EIPBN), Las Vegas, NV, June 2011.
  • “Magnetostatic coupling between domain walls and nanomagnetic logic devices,” B. Lambson, D. Carlton, and J. Bokor, International Nano-Optoelectronics Workshop, Beijing and Changchun, China, August 2010.

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