Daniel’s technical expertise spans a variety of high-tech fields, including telecommunications, software, electronics, audio and acoustic engineering, and signal processing.
This expertise is underpinned by his academic experience, which includes a PhD in Acoustic Signal Processing from Imperial College London. During his PhD, he developed algorithms for acoustic signal enhancement using spherical microphone arrays, and worked at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits in Germany, known as the ‘birthplace of MP3’. His research culminated in the publication of several articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings; in addition, he authored one of the leading books on spherical microphone array processing.
As a European and UK Patent Attorney, Daniel’s patent work primarily involves drafting and prosecuting patent applications, and defending European patents in opposition proceedings. He has particular experience of prosecuting standards-related patent applications for telecommunications companies.
Daniel is a keen linguist, and speaks fluent French as well as conversational German and Italian. Having grown up in an international environment and lived in multiple countries, Daniel brings an international perspective to his work, and is regularly involved in multilingual proceedings before the European Patent Office.
European Patent Attorney
Chartered UK Patent Attorney
European Design Attorney
Certificate in Intellectual Property Law – Queen Mary University of London
PhD, Electrical and Electronic Engineering – Imperial College London
MEng (first class), Electrical and Electronic Engineering – Imperial College London
Union of European Practitioners in Intellectual Property (UNION-IP) – Member of Patents Commission
Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA)
The Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI)
D. P. Jarrett et al. ‘Theory and applications of spherical microphone array processing’, Springer (2016)
D. P. Jarrett et al. ‘Noise reduction in the spherical harmonic domain using a tradeoff beamformer and narrowband DOA estimates’, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing (2014)
D. P. Jarrett et al. ‘On the noise reduction performance of a spherical harmonic domain tradeoff beamformer’, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 19 (11) (November 2012)
D. P. Jarrett et al. ‘Rigid sphere room impulse response simulation: algorithm and applications’, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 132 (3) (September 2012)
D. P. Jarrett et al. ‘3D source localization in the spherical harmonic domain using a pseudointensity vector’, 18th European Signal Processing Conference (August 2010)
D. Jarrett, 5G – It’s about time (delays), Kilburn & Strode, (2019)