James E. Raynolds, Ph.D. | Registered Patent Agent
Practice Areas: Categories: Chemicals/Materials Science, Electrical/Electronics, Mechanical/Aerospace, Patents, Software/Computer/Internet
James E. Raynolds is a Patent Agent with Wood Herron & Evans and his practice involves preparing and prosecuting patent applications. He has expertise in electrical/electronics, software, computer, materials, physics, and mechanical technologies. Prior to becoming a patent agent, James worked as a researcher in industrial and academic settings for more than ten years. In these positions, James established successful, externally-funded research programs for the development of theories and computational tools for the study of fundamental processes in semiconductor systems, nanotechnology devices, antenna systems, and quantum transport systems.
James has experience as a scientific/engineering consultant and holds two U.S. patents for quantum-based all-optical switching devices. James was also a co-founder and advisory scientist at a Troy, NY-based startup company developing nanotechnology-based components for telecommunication and bio-medical applications. James is also the author of more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific articles. Prior to joining Wood Herron & Evans, James gained valuable experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications as a Patent Agent at two law firms in Washington, D.C.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Ohio State University, Ph.D., Physics
Ohio State University, M.S., Physics
University of Pittsburgh, B.S., Physics (cum laude)
American Intellectual Property Law Association