Richard D. Crisp

Vice President Advanced Technology at Etron Technology America Inc
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Area of Expertise: IC Design, Memory and Processor Architecture, Image Sensor Design & Characterization, Imaging System Design, Intellectual Property Protection & Licensing, Scientific Imaging
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Richard D. Crisp is currently vice president of new technology development and chief scientist for Etron America where he is engaged in developing multiaperture imaging systems and advanced DRAM architectures. Mr Crisp has designed Imaging Systems, CPUS, Memories, and miniaturized semiconductor packaging for over 40 years. He has worked for Intel, Motorola, MIPS, Rambus and Tessera where he has received over 99 patents for his work. He was a member of the ISSCC Program Committee from 1991 – 2000 serving as the Program Committee Chair in 2000, Vice Chair in 1999 and Subcommittee Chair 1997-98. He has published many peer-viewed papers in journals and conferences such as the ISSCC, IEEE JSSC, SPIE Electronic Imaging, ISMP, ICEP and IS&T including recent work published in the area of using Photon Transfer methods to quantify thermally dependent image lag in cooled scientific imaging systems. Mr. Crisp is also an avid astrophotographer with many published images including with the OSA, Smithsonian and Space Telescope Science Institute.

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