Prior to joining Marks and Clerks, Eloy worked as a trainee patent attorney for nearly four years. He has experience in drafting and prosecuting European and International patent applications for medical technologies, image processing software, video encoding and machine learning models.
Eloy graduated from Oxford University with a first class honours degree in Physics. During his final year, Eloy and his group explored the use of time domain reflectometry to measure the velocity of detonation of explosives.
In his spare time, Eloy enjoys playing football and tennis, having previously played for Oxford University Lawn Tennis Club.
BA in Physics, Oxford University (2019)
European Patent Attorney