Lambert (Bert) Simonovich, founder and president of Lamsim Enterprises Inc., graduated in 1976 from Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada as an Electronic Engineering Technologist. An accomplished professional, he provides customers with innovative technical solutions to formidable design challenges.
During a distinguished 32 year career at Bell Northern Research/Nortel, Bert held a variety of hardware design, engineering positions and pioneered several advanced technologies into products. In addition to being an established innovator, with two patent grants and 3 patent applications, Bert has (co-)authored several publications including several award winning papers at DesignCon.
In addition to being a senior member of IEEE, he currently serves as a member of DesignCon's Technical Program Committee, EDICon's Technical Advisory Committee and Signal Integrity Journal's Editorial Advisory Board. His current research interests include high-speed signal integrity, modeling and characterization of high-speed serial link architectures. His most notable modeling achievement is the development of the "Cannonball-Huray" conductor roughness model used in several electronic design automation (EDA) software tools.
Bert continues to specialize in high speed signal integrity and backplane solutions, and is available as a consultant for your next high speed signal integrity and/or backplane design challenges.
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Keysight Certified Expert:
We are proud that Bert Simonovich was nominated and selected for the Keysight Certified Expert (KCE) program since February 2014. Formerly known as the Agilent Certified Expert program, the KCE program recognizes individuals who have demonstrated a high level of expertise in the application of Keysight EEsof EDA design tools. Engineers who have acquired a depth of theoretical and practical knowledge, in applying these tools for successful product design and modeling, are eligible to be invited to participate. This program is designed to formally acknowledge their technical accomplishments.
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