Dr. Rosenberg has worked on many high-profile cases and advanced engineering projects for a wide range of Fortune 500 companies including Google, Samsung, Amazon, Uber, Lyft, Boeing, IBM, Disney, Nintendo, Dell, AT&T, Zillow, Motorola, Ericsson, BlackBerry, Huawei, LG, Sony, HTC, Mattel, United States Army and Air Force, NASA, Federal Aviation Administration, and many others.
Dr. Rosenberg has been retained over 110 times, written over 100 reports and declarations, has testified 8 times in both State and Federal court, and testified at 45 depositions. He has published over 20 research papers in professional journals and proceedings relating to user interface design, computer graphics, and the design of spatial, stereographic, and auditory displays. Dr. Rosenberg is an accomplished software architect, software engineer, user interface designer, human factors, and systems engineer, with extensive expert witness experience specializing in software, user interface, and human factors issues for embedded, mobile, web, desktop, and server software.
Dr. Rosenberg has been retained as an expert witness numerous times for both plaintiff and defense, assisting clients in intellectual property and trade secret cases in the areas of user interface, software design and architecture, and human factors for mobile, web, desktop, embedded, and server environments. He specifically specializes in software engineering, user-centered design, information architecture, user experience, systems engineering, object-oriented analysis, complex systems, and modeling and simulation. He has extensive experience in the entire software design and development life cycle applied to a wide range of domains, from mobile devices to enterprise-class mission-critical applications.
Dr. Rosenberg is an accomplished software architect, software engineer, user interface designer, human factors and systems engineer with extensive expert witness experience specializing in software and user interface design as well as human factors issues for mobile, web, desktop, server, and embedded software.
Dr. Rosenberg specializes in software engineering, user-centered design, information architecture, user experience, systems engineering, object-oriented analysis, complex systems, and modeling and simulation.
He has published 21 research papers in professional journals and proceedings relating to user interface design, computer graphics, and the design of spatial, stereographic, and auditory displays.
His company, Global Technica, has been a preferred engineering supplier to Boeing since 1997 designing, analyzing, and implementing numerous projects in the areas of Air Traffic Control, Missile Defense Systems, Army Communications, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Modelling and Simulation, Command and Control, and Cyber and Homeland Security Applications.
Dr. Rosenberg is a software architect and developer with the C, C++, C#, and Java languages.
Dr. Rosenberg designed the first two-way pager for AT&T in 1995 and 1996. This high-profile project involved designing the features, user interface, and user interaction design and specification, as well as all graphical design standards.
He is the founder and CEO of a Seattle technology company focusing on location tracking applications for GPS-enabled smartphones as well as the inventor, designer, and author of several GPS mobile application software products currently available for iPhone and Android devices.
He was the Chief Technology Officer of DataPrism, a company that produced an object-oriented application platform for authoring and deploying rich networked solutions running in web browsers on mobile devices. DataPrism focused on virtualizing computing to allow applications to run in web browsers.
He was the entrepreneur in residence for a Los Angeles based venture capital company focusing on investments in mobile technology companies and entertainment media companies.
He designed a complete VoIP home and office portable phone system for the consumer and business market that included a wide set of features such as Microsoft Outlook integration, photo and video capability, web browsing, internet radio, file browsing, and file sharing.
He designed and developed interactive multimedia games as well as educational software for children and adults and was responsible for functional specification, software design and architecture, user interface design, application prototyping, software development, focus group testing, and internet research.
While working on his Ph.D., he developed one of the very first virtual musical instruments that utilized multiple six-dimensional spatial trackers to create and record electronic music.
He developed a suite of device drivers to interface high-end spatial tracking systems made by Polhemus and Ascension with computing systems made by Silicon Graphics, DEC, NEXT, Apple Macintosh, and IBM PCs.
Dr. Rosenberg was the lead human factors engineer for Eyematic Corporation designing advanced facial tracking and facial recognition software for the entertainment and homeland security markets.
He was the sole recipient of a $10,000 scholarship award from I/ITSEC for advancing the field of interactive computer graphics for flight simulation.
He received a prestigious award from the Link Foundation for his work furthering the field of flight simulation and virtual interface design.
He created five book covers for books by Harcourt Brace Publishing that feature the authors Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, and Stephen King, and his computer graphics animations appear in the movie Beyond the Mind’s Eye produced by MIRAMAR.
Dr. Rosenberg is a member of ACM, IEEE, and the Human Factors Society and has taught Human Factors and User Interface Design at the University of Washington.