Nader Gamini serves as Chief Operating Officer and a board member of InSilixa. He manages manufacturing, finance, corporate development, HR, and legal affairs of InSilixa. In addition, he is responsible for semiconductor packaging design and development, fluidics cartridge design, and instrument development. Nader has over 30 years of experience in high-volume, global manufacturing of electronics for commercial, military, and medical applications. He has served on the boards of directors of 4 companies, and has been an advisor to many companies in biotech, wireless communications, medical devices, solar, MEMS, optics, and other related industries. Prior to joining InSilixa in 2012, he was the VP of Manufacturing of the PLP Division of NetLogic Microsystem (acquired by Broadcom in 2012). From 2001 to 2007 he was the COO and co-founder of Aeluros (acquired by NetLogic Microsystems in 2007). Before Aeluros he was an executive of several companies with successful exits such as Rambus (IPO in 1997) and Sirenza Microdevices (IPO in 2000). Nader has a B.Sc. degree in computer science, and dropped out of UCLA’s MBA program to launch his first startup company. He has 9 issued patents in the area of high-performance semiconductor packaging and module technologies.