Nathan is an Associate in the Tech group.
Nathan has particular expertise in software-related inventions that lie on the borderline of patentability. Nathan’s broad grounding in mechanical engineering also allows him to handle applications in a wide range of technical fields, including mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and telecommunications. Prior to entering the patent profession, Nathan worked in transport planning for two years, and retains an interest in transport and mapping-related innovations.
Nathan holds a first-class masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from Durham University. His final year project involved the use of genetic algorithms to optimise the scheduling of the emergency services’ response to large-scale, multi-site events, such as terrorist attacks.