BSc (Hons), DPhil, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys, European Patent Attorney.
Daniel joined Potter Clarkson in November 2010 and works in the Electronics & Computing Group. Daniel drafts and prosecutes UK and European patent applications in a wide range of technologies, including semiconductor devices, electrochemical fuel cells, touch screen technology, telecoms and software implemented inventions. He also work with foreign patent attorneys to manage the international prosecution of families of patent applications on behalf of our clients.
Before joining Potter Clarkson, Daniel completed a doctorate at the University of Oxford relating to the analysis of atomic-scale redistribution during the corrosion of nuclear materials. This work was supported by scholarships from a governmental research council, St Catherine's College and a consortium of industrial partners including Rolls Royce, EDF Energy, Westinghouse, Nexia Solutions and DSTL. Whilst at Oxford he presented his research at a number of international conferences and authored several journal articles. Daniel also holds a first class degree in physics from the University of York and is a Member of the Institute of Physics. During his first degree he spent a summer placement as a software developer at Symbian Software Ltd.