David Hamilton is a Founder and the Chief Executive of ATEEDA, an award-winning software and intellectual property start-up company he founded in 2005, which exploits advanced techniques applicable to the semiconductor industry. Dr. Hamilton has been in the electronics industry since graduating with a B.S. degree in physics (honors) from the University of Edinburgh in 1983. His early career was spent in a variety of roles: Designer, Design Manager, and Consultant in various companies ranging from start-ups to multinationals, including gaining considerable biomedical electronic design experience with Reynolds Medical. He was an Academic at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, from 1991 to 2007, and was awarded a Ph.D. degree in 1997 for a thesis entitled “Novel strategies for enhancing artificial neural network solutions.” While at Strathclyde, he specialised in signal processing and instrumentation and developed novel techniques for a number of biomedical areas such as diabetes and electrocardiography, in addition to other industrial applications. He has published many journal and conference papers on diabetes and electrocardiography, and was uest an Editor for a Special Issue of the EURASIP Journal of Applied Signal Processing on Advances in Electrocardiogram Signal Processing and Analysis. He also cochaired the IET Medical Signal and Information Processing Conference (2006) and the IET Symposium on Diabetes Technology (2008).
Biography Updated on 17 January 2010