José T. de Sousa holds a PhD degree from Imperial College London (1998) and has been a university lecturer and researcher at Lisbon University (1999-present). He holds 4 international patents, is co-author of one book, and was General Chair of the Field Programmable Logic and Applications Conference in 2013. Dr. de Sousa has published more than 70 technical papers in international journals and conferences. He was co-founder and CEO of Coreworks, a semiconductor intellectual property company, which he ran from 2001 to 2013. His specialties are digital circuit design, hardware/software architecture, technical team management and semiconductor IP marketing and sales.
Silicon Entrepreneur with extensive experience in Digital Physical Design, EDA and HPC Infrastructures for Electronic Design.
A Lathe Machine is a machine tool that is used to remove metals from a workpiece to give a desired shape and size. In other words, it is a machine that is used to hold the workpiece to perform different metal removing operations for example turning, grooving, chamfering, knurling, facing, forming, etc with the help of tools.
I am an enthusiastic proponent of open source hardware. See my position paper on the topic: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7945172.