Neil spends the majority of his time drafting and prosecuting new patent applications, and has experience across a wide range of different technology fields.
His technical background lies predominantly in the areas of physics and mechanics. Some example technical areas his practice has covered include medical imaging (ultrasound and MRI), energy generation, smart-materials, inductive sensing, lighting and optics, medical sensors, as well as computer implemented inventions, image analysis, and a broad range of consumer electronic devices.
Before joining Elkington + Fife, Neil graduated from the University of Bristol with an MSci degree in Physics and philosophy, with his final year studies focused on symmetries in electromagnetic fields. He joined the firm in August 2014 and qualified as a European Patent Attorney in 2018.
MSci Physics and Philosophy (1st Class Hons) – University of Bristol