Martin joined Marks & Clerk in 2015 as a trainee patent attorney in the Oxford office. He graduated from Oxford University in 2004 with a first class Masters Degree in Chemistry and was then awarded a D.Phil. in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry in 2008 for his research applying methods of particle accelerator physics to study low temperature chemical reactions. Following this, Martin remained in Oxford as a postdoctoral research associate before working as a software engineer for a company specialising in analytics and scientific software. Martin works with a range of clients, including a nuclear fusion scale-up. He has experience of drafting and prosecuting machine learning patent applications and is very comfortable with complex technical and mathematical subject matter.
Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney
DPhil Chemical Physics, University of Oxford
MChem Chemistry, University of Oxford