Trainee Patent Attorney
Rachel gained her MPhys in Joint Honours Physics and Mathematics from the University of Manchester. In her final year she completed two dissertation projects; one involved investigating the diffusive properties of atmospheric gases and their resulting environmental impacts; and the other involved programming pseudo-random number generators in C++ and testing their proficiency at simulating the behaviour of Boltzmann gases.
She has also studied medical physics, optics, electrodynamics and pure mathematics, which gives her a good grounding for software related inventions with a mathematical framework.
Prior to joining Kilburn and Strode, Rachel worked in financial services and also in journalism.
MPhys. Physics and Mathematics, University of Manchester
Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) - student member
The Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI) - student member