May Tomic assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Group in patent prosecution. She has experience with cybersecurity/cryptography, robotics and machine learning/artificial intelligence.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield full time, May was a technology specialist intern with the Electrical & Computer Technologies Group. She received her bachelor’s from Brown University in computer science and classics. During her time at Brown, May was a head teaching assistant for courses in discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science. She also completed her senior capstone in artificial intelligence and presented lectures on zero-knowledge proof systems in a graduate-level cryptography seminar.

  • Technology House: Board Member at Brown program house
  • FTC #8379 the Parity Bits: Founding member of girls robotics team
  • National History Day Contest: Second place nationally for research paper on software patent law
  • NCWIT Aspirations in Computing: MA runner-up award
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May Tomic assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Group in patent prosecution. She has experience with cybersecurity/cryptography, robotics and machine learning/artificial intelligence.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield full time, May was a technology specialist intern with the Electrical & Computer Technologies Group. She received her bachelor’s from Brown University in computer science and classics. During her time at Brown, May was a head teaching assistant for courses in discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science. She also completed her senior capstone in artificial intelligence and presented lectures on zero-knowledge proof systems in a graduate-level cryptography seminar.

  • Technology House: Board Member at Brown program house
  • FTC #8379 the Parity Bits: Founding member of girls robotics team
  • National History Day Contest: Second place nationally for research paper on software patent law
  • NCWIT Aspirations in Computing: MA runner-up award