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Paul Schneck is an independent consultant and from 2008 through 2015 was Chairman of Rembrandt IP Management, LLC., a patent enforcement firm. Rembrandt's business is obtaining fair value for high‐quality, infringed patents where the inventor/owner had been unable to do so. In 2004, Schneck was Founding CEO and President. From 2001‐2003 Schneck was Vice President and CTO of Veridian, a 7,500-person, NYSE-listed information technology contractor. From 1997-2001 he was Vice President, Information Analysis Division, of MRJ Technology Solutions Inc. In 2001 MRJ was acquired by Veridian. From 1993-1997 Schneck was Fellow and Director of Information Systems at MITRE Corp. and at Mitretek, a spinout. From 1984-1993 Schneck was recruited by NSA and was Founding Director of the Supercomputing Research Center, a Division of the Institute for Defense Analyses. Under Schneck's leadership the Center was awarded the Intelligence Community Seal Medallion for technical achievements and contributions. From 1983‐1984 Schneck headed the Information Sciences Division of the Office of Naval Research, responsible for the Navy's efforts in computer science. Schneck began his career at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in 1962, while an undergraduate. He received a B.S. and M.S. from Columbia University's School of Engineering in1965 and 1996. In 1979 Schneck received a PhD from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University. From 1998‐2002 Schneck was a member of the NSA Advisory Board. He was a consultant to the Board from 1995 to 1998. He is a Life Fellow of the IEEE and of the ACM, a Member of the British Computer Society, and a Chartered Engineer (UK). Schneck is the author of "Supercomputer Architecture," published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in 1987. He has five US Patents, 5,933,498 (cited by over 1390 US patents) 6,314,409 (cited by over 770 US patents), 8,675,721, 9,171,176, 9,432,172, and Canadian Patent 2,242,596. Several US and foreign patent applications are pending.