Gordon E. Fish
Mr. Fish is a veteran of industrial R&D, with 25 years’ experience at Honeywell International Inc. and the US National Institute For Standards & Technology. While at Honeywell, Dr. Fish was a member of the Corporate Research and Technology staff and a Senior Principal Scientist for the Amorphous Metals business unit. Throughout his tenure at Honeywell, Dr. Fish was extensively involved with the creation and protection of intellectual property. He assisted Ernest D. Buff and other Honeywell attorneys with preparation and prosecution of patents and assisted litigation teams during major enforcement actions in Europe and the United States. Dr. Fish has interacted extensively with marketing and manufacturing groups of Honeywell’s Amorphous Metals division to commercialize new magnetic materials, sensors and magnetic device technologies, and is certified as a Honeywell Product Development Master and Six Sigma Black Belt. He is a recognized authority in the science and technology of amorphous metals and related soft magnetic materials developed at Honeywell. Dr. Fish holds 12 issued US Patents, and 10 pending US Patent Applications, and has published more than 40 technical papers. He is professionally active, and currently is a board member and finance chair of the IEEE Magnetics Society; he was General Chairman of the 37th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. Dr. Fish holds a B.S. magna cum laude with majors in physics and math from Wheaton College and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.