Rabinder graduated from Imperial College, University of London, with a First Class Honours Masters degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2002. His Masters thesis concerned the manipulation of the frequency response of speech to compensate for sensorineural hearing loss. In 2008, Rabinder obtained a PhD in the neural modelling of action selection in virtual robots, applying his experimental work to analyse human free will.
Rabinder started work in patents and began training to become a European and Chartered Patent Attorney in January 2009 and joined Dehns in 2017 as a Technical Assistant.
Type of clients and client work
Rabinder has extensive experience in prosecuting European and UK patent applications, and has some experience of drafting. He also has experience of working with foreign attorneys to prosecute foreign applications across the world, including in Japan, China, Brazil, Russia and the USA, amongst others. Further, he has also experience in conducting freedom to operate and patentability searches. He has also worked on a number of large scale assignments and has worked closely with clients, keeping clients informed throughout the process of obtaining a patent.
Rabinder has worked with all kinds of clients, including multi-national companies, smaller enterprises and individuals.
Rabinder’s main areas of expertise is in electronics, digital communications and computer architecture. He is able to also work in a variety of other disciplines and has prosecuted mechanical and aeronautical inventions.
Qualifications and Memberships
- Student Member of CIPA
PhD, Imperial College, University of London, 2008
MEng (Hons), Imperial College, University of London, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2002