Samuel Doskocil assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Practice in patent prosecution. Samuel regularly assists clients spanning a wide range of technical fields, including integrated circuits, semiconductor materials, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), medical devices, electrical and optical connectors, and software related to database systems, speech recognition, and virtual assistants. Samuel’s broad intellectual property experience includes patent application drafting, patent prosecution, litigation-related analyses, and diligence analyses related to patentability and freedom to operate.
As an undergraduate student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Samuel conducted research at the Rotorcraft, Adaptive, and Morphing Structures Lab, using finite element analysis on hexagonal lattice cells to investigate the effects of geometry parameters on failure recovery and their application to experimental rotorcraft design. Previously, he worked at the Center for Flow Physics and Control, where he engaged in research in the field of active flow control.