David W. Greve-consulting
Past consulting has been in areas generally related to
research interests, including such topics as instrumentation and device
characterization; thin film deposition technology, including chemical
deposition and plasma processes; thin film field effect transistors and
circuits; and semiconductor process technology.
Consulting arrangements are typically made after an
discussion to determine whether such an arrangement is suitable for
parties. A non-disclosure agreement may be signed at any point. Once an
agreement is made, charges are typically on a per-hour or per-day basis
including associated expenses.
Past projects have been with the following
- Keithley Instruments
- Panelvision Corporation
- Optical Imaging Systems, Inc.
- Solid State Measurements, Inc.
- Magnascreen, Inc.
- Lehigh University
- Epigress AB, Sweden
- Chestnut Partners, Inc.
- Morrison and Foerster
- Skjerven, Morrill, MacPherson, Franklin, and Friel
Carnegie Mellon University policy allows faculty
to consult up to one day per week, provided such arrangements do not
a conflict of interest and provided performance of regular faculty