Helen joined Dehns in 2019 after completing a DPhil at the University of Oxford, in the Department of Materials specialising in the Science and Engineering of Fusion Energy. During this time, Helen used micromechanical techniques to study the effects of radiation damage in Silicon Carbide. As part of this, she also spent some time working in the US on fabrication of Silicon Carbide Composites. Helen previously graduated from Imperial College in 2013 with an MSc in Shock Physics, where she also completed her BSc in Physics.
Helen has experience with a range of clients, from large multinationals to small companies, handling patent applications both in the UK and Europe, as well as a variety of other territories around the world. She works with several partners and associates, providing support for all aspects of patent drafting and prosecution.
Helen works on cases covering a wide variety of subject matter within physical sciences and engineering, including mechanical systems, aerospace, medical devices and electronics.
DPhil, Material Science, University of Oxford, 2019
MSc, Shock Physics, Imperial College London, 2013
BSc, Physics, Imperial College London, 2012