Rhodri graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2019 with a first class MEng Mechanical Engineering degree. His final year research project focused on redesigning biomedical bone screws to improve reliability and performance. Rhodri has also worked professionally as an engineer in the oil and gas and renewable energy industries.
Rhodri joined Dehns in June 2021 as a Technical Assistant in the Engineering department.
Rhodri works primarily with large, multinational companies across a variety of industries. He mainly handles the prosecution of patent applications in Europe and also has experience of prosecution in the UK.
Rhodri has experience handling cases across a variety of technical fields. Particularly, these include: gas turbine engines, elevator and escalator systems, and consumer appliances.
MEng, Mechanical Engineering including an Industrial Year, University of Nottingham, 2019