Samuel graduated in 2006 with a First Class Honours MPhys degree in physics from the University of Manchester. He spent the third year of his course studying at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He subsequently obtained a PhD in semiconductor physics from the University of Cambridge where he worked in collaboration with Toshiba Research Europe. His research focussed on semiconductor quantum dots, single photon sources, photonic crystals and related technologies, and their uses in photonics and quantum information processing applications.
Samuel handles patent work in various physics and engineering fields. He joined the firm in 2010 and holds the Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law from Brunel University.
- European Patent Attorney
- Registered Patent Attorney