Jeff's technical specialties include semiconductors, electronics, materials, optics, MEMS, patents, data science, statistics, and competitive analysis.
Jeff's interests beyond his technical work include word games, puzzles, baseball, and travel.
Jeff earned a Bachelor's Degree in Physics at Princeton University, with his independent work junior and senior years covering astrophysics, medical imaging, and nuclear physics. His primary extracurricular activity was managing the College Bowl team, which routinely won regional championships and found success in national level competitions. He also wrote thousands of quiz questions for the company that runs College Bowl.
Jeff earned a Master's Degree in Materials Science and Engineering, with independent work focused on analysis of material systems for semiconductor processing.
Jeff has ghost-written and edited many technical papers and presentations in the electronics industry. He has also given many live technical presentations himself, so he knows how to tailor materials for live audiences.
Jeff has composed cover letters and edited resumes for dozens of colleagues. He has also edited dozens of college application essays for offspring of colleagues. His most significant project in education was writing the commencement speech for the speaker at the 2015 Wells College graduation.
Jeff has written numerous articles reviewing status and developments in the electronics industry. That has included analysis of financial data, as well as personal insights based on many years of experience in various roles in multiple fields.
Jeff has written white papers for several clients, typically start-ups in technical fields. This has included clients for whom English is a second language, where crisp writing is especially valuable.
Jeff has written numerous articles, typically in technical fields but for both technical and mainstream audiences. Clients have included electronics start-ups and a human resources consultant.
Jeff developed the website for a consultant in the human resources field. Specifically, the client was promoting new coaching concepts, so this required new approaches for describing that.