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John J. Corcoran
IEEE SSCS Constitution Article V
Section 7. Ex-officio members with vote are entitled to vote on all administrative matters except with respect to changes in the Constitution and Bylaws, the election of the Society President and Vice President, and filling in-term vacancies. Elected members-at-large, and the officers, shall have full voting privileges except the President shall have no vote on the AdCom except if the vote is by secret ballot or unless his or her vote can change the outcome of the vote. Full voting privileges include the allowance to vote for administrative matters of the Society, Constitution and Bylaw changes, the election of the Society President and Vice-President, and filling in-term vacancies.
Mr. Bidermann brings more than a quarter-century of engineering experience to bear on the management and technical issues confronting startup and established companies in the semiconductor industry. His career has been marked by successful engagements at some of the biggest names in the technology arena, as well as stints with aggressive young firms poised to deliver new innovations to the marketplace. Mr. Bidermann served in executive positions with a variety of Silicon Valley companies, including Pixim, Chromatic Research and Tripath Technology. He was Sr. VP of Engineering at S3 Inc., a leading PC graphics company and VP of engineering for HaL Computer Systems where he led IC development teams in a landmark design of the first SparcV9 processor.
Between 1984 and 1994, Mr. Bidermann worked for Digital Equipment Corporation, where he led a wide range of engineering and research initiatives including the 21064, the first Alpha microprocessor. Mr. Bidermann began his career designing DRAMs and CCDs at the HP Labs and TI’s Central Research Lab.
He has served several times on the ISSCC technical program committee, the Executive Committee of the VLSI Symposia, as an elected member of the SSCS Adcom and currently serves as the Meetings Chair for the Solid State Circuits Society.
Mr. Bidermann holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT and has been awarded 15 patents.