Dr. Sam Haddad,
Board Adviser, Innovation Scientific, LLC
Consulting Professor, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Silicon Valley Engineering Council Hall of Fame 2012
Founder, President and CEO of HTCS Consulting Services
President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC)
Chair, SVEC Engineering Council Hall of Fame
For over 40 years, as Founder, President and CEO of HTCS Consulting Services (www.htcservices.com), Dr. Sam Haddad has:
- Implemented engineering projects for Fortune 500 companies (including: nVidia, Applied Materials, IBM, CISCO, SAIC, NASA, EPRI and US Navy & US Army),
- Devised business solutions and evaluating numerous start-ups and early stage companies in partnership with Silicon Valley venture capitalists and angel investors (determining feasibility for pre-IPO funding),
- Consulted with the Portuguese Trade Commission and the Indian Consulate in SF.
- Been a frequently invited speaker in Korea, India, Singapore, Malaysia, Norway, Portugal and Mexico, and
- Served as Director and Advisors of several companies, on the Advisory Council of Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs (SVASE), on the Board of Advisors of Technology Ventures Corporation (TVC), and on the Board of Governors of Silicon Valley Capital Club in San Jose.
His technical credits begin with a BS degree with honors in mechanical/aero engineering and a Ph.D. in vibration and acoustics from Southampton University. Mr. Haddad was appointed consulting professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University in 1990, served in faculty and R&D roles at Southampton, Loughborough, Western Michigan, Missouri at Columbia and Santa Clara (Jesuit) Universities and has advised over 60 Ph.D. and MS graduates.
He has authored, co-authored, and edited six books and over 140 journal and conference papers on noise control, predictive maintenance, acoustics, diagnostics, and vibration. He has been presented with numerous awards and honors for service to his profession. Mr. Haddad was inducted into Silicon Valley Engineering Hall of Fame in 2012 (www.svec.org).