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Nathalie graduated from her BSc in Chemistry from the University of Nottingham in 2018 where she particularly enjoyed quantum mechanics and particle simulation using computers.
Following her undergraduate degree, she worked as a QA and then as a test engineer for a data company in London, the latter involved implementing an automated testing framework for use on Oracle Financials.
Nathalie returned to University to study Financial Computing at Queen Mary, achieving a Distinction, where she read modules such as: Machine Learning, Trading and Risk System Development and Advanced Computing in Finance. Her Masters project concerned the Lorenz Lattice Gas Model which can be used to computationally model the behaviour of long chain polymers, cementing its relevance in fields such a chemical engineering and in the understanding of proteins and DNA. Nathalie joined Kilburn & Strode in September 2020 and is currently training to become a European and UK patent attorney in the Tech group.

MSc. Financial Computing (Distinction) - Queen Mary University of London (2020)
BSc. Chemistry (2.1) – University of Nottingham (2018)

Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) – student member

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