RatnerPrestia’s Robert A. Esposito , PhD, J.D., Becomes Adjunct Professor at Temple University College of Engineering
Philadelphia, PA | September 2021 – RatnerPrestia is pleased to announce that Robert A. Esposito, PhD, J.D., will be an adjunct professor at the Temple University College of Engineering during the fall semester.
He will be teaching a senior level electrical engineering course entitled “Embedded Systems”. The course and its corresponding laboratory focuses on system-on-chip design using the widely popular Zybo hardware board by Digilent which integrates a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor having real-time operating systems (RTOS) functionality along with Xilinx 7-series field programmable gate array logic.
Esposito is a registered Patent Attorney with over ten years of experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the areas of Electrical and Computer technology. He has extensive patent prosecution experience in automotive and industrial control systems, wireless communication systems, global positioning systems (GPS), data encryption systems, digital imagers, wireless and landline digital networks, protocols and services, video encoding and transport protocols, and networks for access to the Internet and systems for voice telephone service over the Internet, and much more.
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