Emily is currently a Technical Assistant in the Dehns Engineering group. She joined Dehns in 2022 after graduating from the University of Warwick with a first class MPhys degree. During her Master’s project, Emily investigated magnetic skyrmions in 2D materials, research which has since been published. Prior to joining Dehns, Emily worked in the Photonic Nanomaterials Group at the University of Oxford, researching cavity coupled nitrogen vacancy qubits in diamond for quantum computing.
Emily works with a variety of clients, including small/medium sized enterprises, universities and multinational companies. Emily has experience handling prosecution of patent applications in the UK and Europe, as well as a number of other jurisdictions including the US and China. Emily also assists with client work outside of prosecution, including patent application drafting, freedom to operate analysis, and due diligence reports.
Emily has experience with a variety of technologies working within the Engineering Team at Dehns, including quantum technologies, electronics, and aerospace engineering.
Student Member of CIPA (Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys)
MPhys (Hons), University of Warwick, Physics, 2021