A flexible MPW service to support research
WELCOME TO MUSE SEMICONDUCTOR
Small minimum areas, frequent tapeouts, PDK and IP access, short cycle times
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Muse Semiconductor is focused on providing MPW services to university researchers. For our customers, it's not just an MPW. It is life. Graduation. A first job. Making the conference paper deadline. Realizing a dream of becoming a professor. We are inspired by our customers' passion and have tailored our services to support their unique needs.
Co-founder, Director of Business Development
Geoff Porter brings 20 years of experience in leading innovative approaches to delivering semiconductor services. Most recently Geoff served as eSilicon's Director of E-Commerce Marketing where he was the architect of eSilicon's e-commerce platform and developed the industry's first online quoting tools. Geoff started and managed eSilicon's MPW line of business growing it to over $4 million in annual revenues in less than two years. Prior to eSilicon Geoff was at LSI Logic in various sales and marketing positions. Geoff obtained a BSEE from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Co-founder, Director of Technology
Bill Isaacson has more than 20 years of experience in the design and customer support of advanced technology ASICs. At eSilicon he held the position of Sr. Director of Field Applications Engineering, where his team was responsible for working with customers to define the target process technology, IP, contents, and engagement methodology of their ASICs. Previously Bill held the position of Design Center Manager at LSI Logic where he was responsible for the physical implementation of customer ASICs. Bill holds a BSEE from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.
Director of Foundry Interface
Dennis Dudeck has 40 years experience in memory design and IP field applications. Dennis held the position of Director of IP Applications at eSilicon, where he was responsible for defining the optimum IP solution for customers' ASIC projects. Prior to eSilicon Dennis was responsible for IC reliability and then manager of 3rd party IP at AT&T Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, Agere Systems, and LSI Logic. Dennis holds several patents for SRAM and TCAM memory designs. Dennis holds an ASEE from The Pennsylvania State University and a BSEE and MSEE from Wilkes University in Pennsylvania.