Dr. Leslie Field is the Founder and Managing Member of SmallTech Consulting, LLC and the Founder and CEO of MEMS Insight, Inc. She also serves as a Consulting Professor in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. Leslie has a background in Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, corporate R&D, and consulting. Dr. Field, through her consulting companies, has provided consulting services to a broad spectrum of companies for technical and strategic projects since 2002.
Previously, Dr. Field worked in MEMS R&D at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories/Agilent Laboratories and while there, played a key role in starting HP Labs’ Micromechanics group and worked on a variety of MEMS projects and devices. Farther back, Leslie’s work at Chevron Research Company resulted in improved commercial refining methods for various petroleum-based products.
Dr. Field has served on conference technical program committees, the Denice Denton Award committee for the Anita Borg Institute, and as a scientific reviewer for NIH. She is an inventor on thirty-seven patents and an author on fourteen technical publications. Dr. Field earned PhD and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley’s Sensor & Actuator Center, and MS and BS degrees in Chemical Engineering from MIT.
Device design and layout
Liaison with MEMS foundries
Technology and IP evaluation
Investigation of specific MEMS market
Specific MEMS device /application areas:
Specific MEMS fabrication specialties:
low-stress silicon nitride
complex process integration
Specific Chemical Engineering specialties:
Chevron Research Company
PhD and MS degrees in EECS from UC Berkeley (BSAC)
MS and BS degrees in Chemical Engineering from MIT
Patents and Publications: