Romi Korotana’s experience includes drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a variety of jurisdictions for clients whose businesses focus on scientific or electronic based technology, such as semiconductor devices, telecommunications and computer hardware and software, as well as electro-mechanical products. Romi has worked with clients ranging from SMEs to large corporations based in Europe, Asia, and the US. She is currently especially involved with patent applications related to computer-implemented inventions, blockchain, and gaming.
Before entering the profession, Romi was a postdoctoral researcher at the Thomas Young Centre, Imperial College London where her research focused on oxides for applications in magnetic refrigeration technology. Romi has a PhD in Computational Materials Science and an MRes in Nanomaterials from Imperial, College London. Her work has been published in several notable Physics journals, including: the Journal of Applied Physics, Physical Review B, and the Journal of Physics D.
Romi qualified as a UK Patent Attorney and a European Patent Attorney in July 2023.
- Computer architects
- Semiconductor devices
- Electro-mechanical products