Nia joined Dehns in 2015 after completing a Masters degree in Physics at the University of Oxford. She became an Associate of the firm in 2021.
Clients range from start-ups to SMEs and large multinational companies. Her work includes all aspects of patent prosecution.
Nia’s work currently spans patents in a wide variety of engineering and applied physics fields. For instance, she has handled applications relating to: graphics processing, apparatus for drilling and performing measurements in wellbores, and mass spectrometers.
Mphys, Physics, University of Oxford, 2015
Nia completed a Masters degree in Physics at the University of Oxford, receiving First Class Honours. Her specialisms include Condensed Matter, Laser Physics and Quantum Information. She also carried out a research project working on forming perovskite thin films for use in high efficiency solar cells.