Isaac Korenstein, Experience

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Isaac Korenstein is an advisor and expert witness for The Courtney Firm. He focuses on working with our patent attorneys for clients involved in patent law and intellectual property law. His specialties are the design and production of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and underwater sonar technologies.   With over 34 years of impressive experience in electrical engineering Isaac delivers real world expertise for clients of the Courtney Firm.


Isaac graduated from the City University of New York in 1980 with a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering.  He started his career with Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas as the lead electrical engineer designing semiconductor equipment for internal use by TI in their manufacturing locations.  Following the successful design phase, Isaac spent several years installing and integrating the new equipment in TI facilities around the world. Upon leaving Texas Instruments, Isaac joined Applied Materials, Inc. in Austin, Texas. Applied Materials is the world’s leading supplier of semiconductor equipment. While at Applied Materials, Isaac held positions in Operations Management, New Product Transition Management, and served as Chief Engineer supporting the company’s automation and wafer transfer systems.  He was also a Program Manager in the Merger and Acquisition organization supporting the integration of products and services acquired by Applied Materials.


Isaac is currently the Production Manager at the Applied Research Laboratory at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas. He is responsible for supporting the design, development and production of Sonar equipment for the U.S. Navy.


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