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Clinton Carlisle Phones & Addresses

  • Parkland, FL
  • 4637 Silvertide Ct, Union City, CA 94587 (510) 429-9555
  • 1614 Goldfinch Way, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 (408) 462-9991
  • 840 Miranda Green St, Palo Alto, CA 94306 (650) 947-9294
  • Mountain View, CA
  • Menlo Park, CA
  • Winter Park, FL
  • 562 Driscoll Pl, Palo Alto, CA 94306 (650) 857-0993

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Position: Sales Occupations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Emails

Resumes

Resumes

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Vp Of Engineering At Optoatmospherics

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Position:
VP of Engineering at OptoAtmospherics
Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
OptoAtmospherics - Santa Clara, CA since Mar 2012
VP of Engineering

Prysm, Inc. - San Jose, CA Jan 2009 - Mar 2012
VP of Engineering

Cypress Semiconductor - San Jose, CA Jan 2008 - Jan 2009
VP of Technical Staff

Silicon Light Machines Feb 2005 - Jan 2008
VP of Engineering

Silicon Light Machines - Sunnyvale, CA Feb 1999 - Feb 2005
Director of Engineering
Education:
Stanford University Graduate School of Business 2004 - 2004
University of Virginia 1982 - 1987
PhD, Physics
University of Alabama 1978 - 1982
B.S., Physics
Skills:
Semiconductors
Optics
Engineering Management
Laser
MEMS
Fiber Optics
Sensors
R&D
Product Development
Failure Analysis
Photonics
Optical Engineering
Engineering
Interests:
Golf, tennis, travel, history
Languages:
French
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Vp Of Engineering At Cypress Semiconductor

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Position:
VP of Engineering at Cypress Semiconductor
Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Computer Hardware
Work:
Cypress Semiconductor
VP of Engineering

Silicon Light Machines Mar 1999 - Dec 2007
VP of Engineering
Education:
University of Virginia 1982 - 1987
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Vp Of Engineering At Cypress Semiconductor

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Position:
VP of Engineering at Cypress Semiconductor
Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Consumer Electronics
Work:
Cypress Semiconductor
VP of Engineering

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Clinton Carlisle
Cai Photonics, LLC
1900 Wyatt Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054
1614 Goldfinch Way, Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Publications

Us Patents

Illumination System For One-Dimensional Spatial Light Modulators Employing Multiple Light Sources

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US Patent:
6567584, May 20, 2003
Filed:
Feb 12, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/782387
Inventors:
Clinton Carlisle - Palo Alto CA
Jahja Trisnadi - Cupertino CA
Assignee:
Silicon Light Machines - Sunnyvale CA
International Classification:
F21V 100
US Classification:
385 33, 362235
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to illuminating a one-dimensional spatial light modulator using an illumination system employing multiple light sources. The illumination system comprises a parallel array of light sources which provides a plurality of light outputs to an optical train. The optical train effectively combines the light sources into a single light source. The single light source provides a single light output for uniformly illuminating the spatial light modulator. The optical train includes a first optical train for receiving the light outputs from each light source, magnifying each light output, and overlaying each of the light outputs to form a single real magnified image. A mode conversion lens receives the single real magnified image, converts a mode profile of the single real magnified image into a top hat mode profile, and outputs a diverging light beam with a top hat mode profile. A second optical train shapes the light beam into an appropriate spatial geometry in such a manner that the light beam effectively illuminates the entire spatial light modulator, and directs the light beam onto the spatial light modulator.

Optical Positioning Device Using Telecentric Imaging

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US Patent:
7773070, Aug 10, 2010
Filed:
May 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/124858
Inventors:
Jahja I. Trisnadi - Cupertino CA,
Clinton B. Carlisle - Palo Alto CA,
Charles B. Roxlo - Saratoga CA,
David A. Lehoty - Mt. View CA,
Assignee:
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation - San Jose CA
International Classification:
G09G 5/08
US Classification:
345157, 345158, 345160, 345164, 345166
Abstract:
One embodiment relates to an optical displacement sensor for sensing movement of a data input device across a surface by determining displacement of optical features in a succession of frames. The sensor includes at least an illuminator, telecentric imaging optics on the object (scattering surface) side, and an array of photosensitive elements. The illuminator is configured to illuminate a portion of the surface. The telecentric imaging optics is configured to image the optical features emanating from the illuminated portion of the surface, and the array of photosensitive elements is configured to detect intensity data relating to the optical features imaged by the telecentric imaging optics. Other embodiments are also disclosed.

Optical Engine Using One-Dimensional Mems Device

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US Patent:
7286155, Oct 23, 2007
Filed:
May 25, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/853030
Inventors:
Jahja I. Trisnadi - Cupertino CA,
Clinton B. Carlisle - Palo Alto CA,
Assignee:
Silicon Light Machines Corporation - San Jose CA
International Classification:
B41J 27/00
US Classification:
347244, 347258
Abstract:
In one embodiment disclosed, an optical engine includes a light modulator coupled to illumination optics and imaging optics. The light modulator may be located at about an object plane. The imaging optics may include a scanner and a spatial filter located at about a transform (or pupil) plane. The scanner coupled with the light modulator may be configured to generate a continuous two-dimensional swath pattern for applications such as wafer processing, printed-circuit board (PCB) patterning/printing, and/or liquid crystal display (LCD) screen printing/patterning systems. Also, a method is disclosed that uses a high-speed one-dimensional light includes controlling a scanner in an optical engine system. The system may be used to provide a two-dimensional swath pattern. The system may use a continuous wave (CW) or other high repetition rate laser source and may provide a printing speed of greater than one Gpixel per second.

Reconfigurable Modulator-Based Optical Add-And-Drop Multiplexer

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US Patent:
7286764, Oct 23, 2007
Filed:
Feb 3, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/357620
Inventors:
Jahja I. Trisnadi - Cupertino CA,
Clinton B. Carlisle - Palo Alto CA,
Assignee:
Silicon Light Machines Corporation - San Jose CA
International Classification:
H04J 14/02
G02B 6/124
G02B 6/34
G02B 27/44
G02B 5/18
US Classification:
398 84, 398 79, 398 82, 398 83, 398 87, 398 68, 385 24, 385 37, 385 10, 359572, 359223, 359290, 359292, 359298
Abstract:
An optical add and drop multiplexer system comprising a first module for providing a first signal; a second module for providing a second signal; and a modulator for receiving a channel of the first signal at a first location, the first location configured to actuate between a first configuration and a second configuration, wherein the modulator directs the channel of the first signal as an output signal when the first location is in the first configuration. The modulator may direct the channel of the first signal as a dropped signal when the first location is in the second configuration. The modulator may also receive a channel of the second signal from the second module at a second location configured to independently actuate between the first configuration and the second configuration.

Two-Dimensional Motion Sensor

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US Patent:
7459671, Dec 2, 2008
Filed:
Oct 18, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/582776
Inventors:
Jahja I. Trisnadi - Cupertino CA,
Clinton B. Carlisle - Palo Alto CA,
Robert J. Lang - Alamo CA,
Assignee:
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation - San Jose CA
International Classification:
G09G 5/00
US Classification:
250221, 345156, 345166
Abstract:
An optical sensor and method of using the same is provided for sensing relative movement between the sensor and a surface by detecting changes in optical features of light reflected from the surface. In one embodiment, the sensor includes a two dimensional array of photosensitive elements, the array including at least a first plurality of photosensitive elements arranged and coupled to sense a first combined movement along a first set of at least two non-parallel axes, and a second plurality of photosensitive elements arranged and coupled to sense a second combined movement along a second set of a least two non-parallel axes.

Self-Aligning Optical Sensor Package

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US Patent:
7567235, Jul 28, 2009
Filed:
Dec 12, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/301833
Inventors:
Brett A. Spurlock - Los Altos CA,
Steven Sanders - Belmont CA,
Clinton B. Carlisle - Palo Alto CA,
Assignee:
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation - San Jose CA
International Classification:
G06F 3/033
H01L 23/04
H01L 21/00
US Classification:
345166, 257680, 438116
Abstract:
One embodiment relates to an optical navigation device. The device includes a lead frame having reference features, a laser, a detector array, and an optical component having alignment features. The laser is attached to the lead frame and positioned in reference to the reference features of the lead frame. The detector array is attached to the lead frame and positioned in reference to the reference features of the lead frame. The optical component is coupled to the lead frame so that its alignment features register to the reference features of the lead frame. In this way, the molded optical component is passively aligned to the laser and the detector array. Other embodiments are also disclosed.

Optical Navigation Sensor With Variable Tracking Resolution

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US Patent:
7728816, Jun 1, 2010
Filed:
Jul 10, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/484057
Inventors:
Yansun Xu - Mt. View CA,
Brian Todoroff - San Jose CA,
Jahja I. Trisnadi - Cupertino CA,
Clinton B. Carlisle - Palo Alto CA,
Assignee:
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation - San Jose CA
International Classification:
G09G 5/08
US Classification:
345163, 345156, 345166
Abstract:
One embodiment relates to a method of sensing motion of an optical sensor relative to a surface. A first resolution and a second resolution are set. Measurement signals are obtained from a sensor array, and the motion of the optical sensor relative to the surface is tracked using the measurement signals. The tracking of the motion in a first dimension is performed at the first resolution, and the tracking of the motion in a second dimension is performed at the second resolution. Another embodiment relates to an optical sensor apparatus for sensing motion relative to a surface, wherein the tracking of the motion is performed at a variable resolution along each of two axes. Other embodiments and features are also disclosed.

Speckle Navigation System

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US Patent:
7737948, Jun 15, 2010
Filed:
Dec 20, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/313133
Inventors:
Brett A. Spurlock - Los Altos CA,
Jahja I. Trisnadi - Cupertino CA,
Steven Sanders - Belmont CA,
Clinton B. Carlisle - Palo Alto CA,
Assignee:
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation - San Jose CA
International Classification:
G09G 5/08
US Classification:
345166
Abstract:
One embodiment relates to a laser positioning device for sensing relative movement between a data input device and a surface by determining displacement of image features in a succession of images of the surface. The device forms a single integrated package, which includes a planar substrate and a transparent encapsulant that also embodies a collimating lens. Both a coherent light source and a sensor array and associated circuitry are configured on the planar substrate. Another embodiment relates to a method of sensing relative movement between a data input device and a surface. Coherent light is emitted from a laser and collimated so as to form a collimated illumination beam with a predetermined diameter, D, and a substantially uniform phase front. A speckle pattern is generated by impingement of the collimated illumination beam on the surface and detected by a sensor array. Other embodiments are also disclosed.
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