Rhodri is currently a Technical Assistant in the Dehns Engineering group. He graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2019 with a first class MEng Mechanical Engineering degree and joined Dehns in 2021. His final year research project focused on researching new designs of biomedical bone screws with the aim to improve their performance and reliability by enhancing osseointegration. Rhodri has also worked professionally as an engineer in the oil and gas, renewable energy and software industries.
Rhodri is experienced in handling the prosecution of patent applications at the European Patent Office, and has prosecution experience in other jurisdictions such as the UK and the US. Rhodri also assists with client work outside of prosecution, including Oppositions and Appeals at the EPO and patent application drafting.
Rhodri has experience handling cases across a variety of technical fields. Particularly, these include: gas turbine engines, radar, consumer appliances, manufacturing and packaging, elevator and escalator systems, integrated electronics and software.
MEng, Mechanical Engineering including an Industrial Year, University of Nottingham, 2019
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