About Bob Zeidman
Bob Zeidman is considered a pioneer in the fields of analyzing and synthesizing software source code, having created the SynthOS™ program for synthesizing operating systems and the CodeSuite® program for detecting software intellectual property theft. Bob is also one of the leading experts in the Verilog hardware description language as well as ASIC and FPGA design. He has written four engineering texts—The Software IP Detective’s Handbook, Verilog Designer’s Library, Introduction to Verilog, and Designing with FPGAs and CPLDs—in addition to numerous articles and papers. He teaches engineering and business courses at conferences throughout the world. Bob is an experienced and well-regarded expert in intellectual property disputes related to software source code, microprocessor design, networking, and other technologies. Bob holds numerous patents and earned two bachelor’s degrees, in physics and electrical engineering, from Cornell University and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.