Matthew concentrates his practice in patent prosecution and other aspects of intellectual property such as licensing, portfolio analysis and counseling. He also conducts patent-related strategy and analysis in support of litigation and other proceedings.
Matthew holds a degree in computer engineering from Purdue University, where his undergraduate projects included industry-sponsored work on autonomous vehicle systems and digital signal processing for active noise control. He has gained further experience through internships where he developed software for tracking the status and condition of energy generation facilities and other software tools used in one of the world’s largest real-time energy markets. Matthew has knowledge in a wide variety of innovative areas including computer hardware, software, encryption, artificial intelligence and wireless communication.
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