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Founder, President & CEO

Khaled Fekih-Romdhane

Before founding Longhorn IP, Mr. Fekih-Romdhane was Vice President of Engineering at Acacia Research Group. Prior to that, Mr. Fekih-Romdhane was Director of IP licensing at Conversant IP management and Memory Licensing Program lead at Intellectual Ventures. Mr. Fekih-Romdhane has extensive experience in international IP monetization, Patent analysis and Patent acquisitions. Mr. Fekih-Romdhane holds several patents related to the design of semiconductor chips and has a deep knowledge in the fields of consumer electronics and semiconductor technologies. He played a key role in closing licensing deals with world-leading companies in North America, Asia Pacific and Europe.

Mr. Fekih-Romdhane holds a MSEE in Electrical Engineering University of Stuttgart, Germany. 

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Vice-President Engineering

Soogeun Lee, Ph.D.

Before joining Longhorn IP, Dr. Lee was Director at Acacia Research group. Prior to that, he held positions with Conversant IP Management and Chipworks. He also held engineering management positions with leaders in the semiconductor industry such as Samsung. With extensive experience in semiconductor manufacturing and in reverse engineering, Dr. Lee has deep knowledge of ULSI process, package, LED, MEMS technologies. He has authored multiple papers in the field of semiconductors, and is also an inventor on several Korean and US patents.

Dr. Lee holds a Ph.D degree in Material Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), in Taejeon, Korea.


Vice-President Engineering

Hassan Zeino, Ph.D.

Dr. Zeino is an accomplished Telecommunications Engineer with more than 25 years of experience. He spent several years bringing wireless telecommunications products from ideas to design and development, to marketing and sales. Dr. Zeino has more than ten years of experience in Intellectual Property acquisition, mining, claim drafting, prosecution, claim charting, licensing, and litigation. He also has more than 10 years of international experience in academic research, consulting, and teaching whether to university students or to professionals in the field. Prior to joining Longhorn IP, Dr Zeino was the CTO of Telecomunique, a consulting company in the IP domain. He previously held several positions in the industry going from Research Scientist to System Architect, to Senior Licensing Engineer.
Dr. Zeino holds a Ph.D degree in Telecommunication as well as a Master degree from the university Blaise Pascal in France.


General Counsel


Before joining Longhorn IP, Mr. Kim was the Senior Patent Attorney in charge of handling legal matters for all semiconductor licensing campaigns at Conversant IP Management. During this time, Mr. Kim also provided legal support in European litigation for the Conversant Wireless patent portfolio.  Prior to that, Mr. Kim was an associate at a local patent litigation firm in Dallas, TX.  Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Kim was a data architect specializing in optimizing data warehouses for business analytics.

Mr. Kim holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a JD from the University of Houston Law Center.


Vice-President Engineering

Hanwu Hu, Ph.D.

Dr. Hanwu Hu brings a deep wealth of knowledge and experience in wireless and telecommunications technology, ranging from research and development activities related to cellular technology (2G, 3G, 4G, 5G) and Wi-Fi (802.11b/a/n/ac/ax) to patent evaluation, portfolio management, and licensing.  Prior to joining Longhorn IP, Dr. Hu worked as a principal engineer at OE Space and as senior patent licensing engineer for Conversant IP Management (now Mosaid), and senior photonics engineer at Peleton Photonic Systems. Along the way, he has been credited as an inventor in a number of patents in wireless and optical communications technologies and he authored multiple scientific papers.


Dr. Hu earned his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of New South Wales and served as a research fellow at the University of Ottawa School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE) as well as at Wuhan Research Institute of Posts and Telecommunications.

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