M.Sci. (Natural Sciences), Ph.D. (Physics), British and European Patent Attorney
Drafting and prosecution of applications before the European and UK Patent Offices in many high-technology fields, including semiconductor technology, optics, telecommunications and signal processing.
Various papers and conference contributions in the field of semiconductor physics.
Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (Fellow), EPI, The Institute of Physics.
Studied natural sciences at the University of Cambridge (1996 – 2000), specialising in experimental and theoretical physics, graduating with M.A. and M.Sci. first class honours degrees. M.Sci. dissertation title: "Electromagnetic Models for Superconducting Detector Circuits". Completed a Ph.D. in semiconductor physics at the Cavendish Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, undertaking experimental studies of electron transport in ultrathin oxide silicon Mosfets, in collaboration with IBM Research Division (2000 – 2005). Postdoctoral Research Associate at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, USA, before joining HOFFMANN EITLE in 2006. Obtained Certificate in Intellectual Property Law at Queen Mary University of London in 2007. British and European Patent Attorney since 2011.