Trainee Patent Attorney
Matthew graduated from the University of Bath in 2017 with an MPhys degree in Physics.
Matthew has a background computational physics, with experience in software development as well as working with a broad range of computational simulation techniques. His Masters research project was focused on developing software designed to explore the interaction potential between hard sphere colloids. Other specialisms lie in nanoscience, single-electron technology, optics, photonics and photonic materials.
Matthew joined Kilburn & Strode in October 2017 as a Technical Assistant in the Electronics and IT group. Matthew’s specialisms lie in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the technical fields of holography, quantum computing, medical devices and communication systems.
MPhys Physics (Hons) – The University of Bath (2017)
Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) – student member
The Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI) – student member