Before joining the HFZ team, I studied Electrical & Computer Engineering at Michigan State University. During this time, I worked as a graduate research assistant writing code for eddy current simulations used by nuclear power plants. Throughout my schooling I also held internships in the aviation, automotive, and hydraulics industries, which were both hardware and software focused. This wide interest in disciplines also lead me to look at patent law as a means of incorporating new technologies and a desire to learn into my career.
At HFZ, I can combine my background and interests through patent law, doing so under the guidance of experienced and professional team members.