David Woolsey, Science and Engineering Consultant
David Woolsey is a consulting engineer/scientist. He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a major in Physics.
He has built some of the world's best stabilized HeNe laser systems (5
kHz stability) at the Laboratory for Science, worked as a motion-
input engineer for Tippett Studios in Berkeley (screen credits
including Starship Troopers), as an engineer for development and CAD
design of instruments for cosmological studies (Holzapfel research
group, University of California at Berkeley), as a MEMS
(MicroElectroMechanical Systems) process engineer for MicroAssembly
Technologies, and as a consulting engineer for Photon Energy Systems
in Richmond California (development, design, and blueprinting of
robotic vibration systems).
He currently works as a MEMS process
physicist for Harmonic Devices, Inc. in Berkeley California (R&D of
Aluminum Nitride CMOS-compatible piezoelectric contour mode resonant
devices for filtering and clock synthesis), and for Muller &
Associates (due diligence testing and verification).