Breaking the Law (Moore's)
Dr. Stan Mazor, was raised in Oakland, CA and attended SFSU 1960-1963, with a focus on mathematics and statistics. In 1964 he joined Fairchild Semiconductor in Mt. View, CA as a computer programmer, and later a logic designer on the Symbol high level language computer. He migrated to Intel in 1969 and worked on early microcomputer architectures and developed an early circuit simulator (transient analysis). He left Intel in 1983 to participate in several CAD companies including Silicon Compilers, and later Synopsys. He has published 60 technical articles, 3 books, and received several professional prizes: Kyoto Prize, Inventor's Hall of Fame, and, president Obama's National Medal of Science and Technology. He was awarded an honorary Dr. of Science by SFSU president: Dr. Wong.