Ahsan is a Trainee Patent Attorney in our London office with almost a decade of experience in researching, developing and commercialising Holographic, AR, VR, AI, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Medtech, Biotech, and Automotive technologies. He holds a Bachelor's of Engineering in Chemistry Biology Combined Major Program from Osaka University, Japan, a Master of Research in Integrated Photonic and Electronics Systems and a Ph.D. in Physiology, Development and Neuroscience from the University of Cambridge, UK.
Over the years Ahsan has held multiple positions as an expert in Holography with multi-national companies as well as start-up including Envisics and VividQ, has had ventures backed by world renowned organisations including GSK, CRUK and Wellcome Trust including certification from Judge Business School and ConceptionX, has led multi-disciplinary research collaborations with Harvard University, University of California San Francisco, University College London and the Francis Crick Institute, has worked with the Guardian and the Varsity on Investigative projects, has extensive teaching and academic experience in the Middle East, and is now qualifying towards becoming Chartered and European patent attorney.
Moreover, Ahsan has published numerous journal articles and has won many prizes including the Editor's Choice Award from the American Chemical Society for his contributions towards high efficiency energy conversion methods. He is also an inventor of many patented technologies related to Heads-up-display and computer programs.
Ahsan has lived in Japan for 20 years and is fluent in multiple Japanese dialects in addition to native fluency in English, Urdu and Sindhi, and beginner to intermediate fluency in Arabic, Hindi and Chinese.
PhD, The University of Cambridge (2022), Department of Engineering and Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
MRes, The University of Cambridge (2018), Integrated Photonic and Electronics Systems
BEng, Osaka University (2017), Chemistry Biology Combined Major Programme