Philip joined the Engineering department at Dehns in 2019 as a Technical Assistant.
He graduated from the University of Leeds in 2019 with a first class MEng degree in Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering. During his studies, Philip covered a broad range of topics relating to aerospace and mechanical engineering such as aerospace structures, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, aerospace propulsion and engineering materials.
Philip works with clients of a variety of sizes, from sole-inventors and start-ups to multinational corporations. His work primarily includes the drafting of new patent applications and prosecution of applications in a number of jurisdictions, such as in Europe at the EPO and the UK at the UKIPO. He is also involved with freedom to operate and patentability analysis as well as supporting oppositions at the EPO.
Philip has significant experience working with subject-matter in a wide range of technical fields. Notable areas of expertise include: aerospace technology and in particular propulsion systems; mechanical and electrical systems for buildings and vehicles such as HVAC, fire control systems and security systems; hydraulic systems and medical devices.
MEng Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Leeds, 2019