Senior Research Scientist, Microcircuit Emulation Center, Integrated Systems and Solutions
David Weaver is a senior research scientist in SRI International’s Microcircuit Emulation Center (MEC) in Princeton, NJ. He is focused on physical reverse engineering of microcircuits using electron beam and optical microscopy, trusted supply chain for microelectronics, customer outreach, and business development for the MEC.
Previously, Weaver worked as a senior research associate at the University of Cambridge at the Cavendish Laboratory (Department of Physics) and in the Department of Engineering, developing techniques and tools for extracting design data through physical reverse engineering of microcircuits.
Weaver holds a Ph.D. degree in physics from University of York and a B.Sc. degree in physics with astrophysics from University of Leeds.
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In this paper, we describe the algorithmic steps taken in the processing pipeline to quickly create a global image database of an entire advanced IC.
Here we compare the results of applying an automated likelihood-based gap filler within the Pathway Tools software with the results of manually gap filling the same metabolic model.
New experimental discoveries about gene products, their function and regulation, new metabolic pathways, enzymes and cofactors are regularly added to EcoCyc.
We define software for constructing personalized multi-pathway diagrams called pathway-collages using a combination of manual and automatic layouts.
The MetaCyc database of metabolic pathways and enzymes and the BioCyc collection of pathway/genome databases
The MetaCyc database (MetaCyc.org) is a freely accessible comprehensive database describing metabolic pathways and enzymes from all domains of life.
BioCyc.org is a genome and metabolic pathway web portal covering 5500 organisms, including Homo sapiens, Arabidopsis thaliana, Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Escherichia coli.