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John Anderton of Patent Forge graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelors
of Science degree in mechanical engineering, and in 1996 he graduated from Oregon
Graduate Institute (OGI) with a Masters in applied physics and a Ph.D. in metallurgy.
John has eighteen years of experience in the electronics industry. For five years,
he researched component reliability as an engineer and manager at Intel Corporation.
He returned to graduate school after his tenure at Intel. At OGI, John developed
automated control systems and a non-contact measurement system to locate defects
during electroslag welding on submarine propulsion shafts for the U.S. Navy. While
pursuing his graduate degrees, he worked with Sequent Computers developing component
selection tools and quality tracking. After graduate school, John worked with a startup
company developing a non-contact silicon voltage measurement system, as well as performing
nondestructive testing including X-ray and Auger analysis. For six years John developed
reliability tracking and manufacturing quality tools at Sun Microsystems. John worked
with the law firm of Kolisch Hartwell for three years prosecuting patents, trademarks
and copyrights. While at Kolisch Hartwell, John published an article in the Journal
of Intellectual Property and Legal Practice on Reexamination Success Predictors.
John is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. When
not in the office, John enjoys walking his dogs, flying, running, and bicycling.
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