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Corey Scott's practice focuses on patent prosecution in the fields of microelectronic circuits, photonics, semiconductor wafer fabrication, radio frequency (RF) applications nanotechnology, electromagnetic waveguides and photolithography. Prior to joining Patent Capital Group, Corey worked for several prestigious, nationally recognized law firms.
In addition to patent drafting and prosecution, Corey has also been involved in litigation support by performing legal research, claim charting, and patent infringement and validity analyses. He has also carried out due diligence and freedom to operate searches, as well as Intellectual Property landscaping.
Corey's professional career began as a co-op Engineer with Parker Hannifin Corp. performing failure analysis on International Space Station. Subsequently, he worked as a Laboratory Physicist where his research concentrated on acoustics, spectroscopy, laser-nucleated cavitation, and nuclear fusion.
At MIT, Corey was a member of the Quantum MURI group researching quantum entanglement and interferometry. Photon pairs with entangled states were produced to demonstrate the violation of Bell’s inequality principle thereby verifying the paradox of non-locality. Corey's research experience also includes feedback control systems when he was a member of the Laboratory for Electromagnetic and Electronic Systems.
As a Visiting Fellow at SRI (Stanford Research Inst.), Corey's experiments involved passing various current densities through metal-deuterides to detect radioactive signatures in the Energy Research Center.
Corey has a spattering of journal articles, publications and patent inventorships.
SB. Electical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu) specializing in Electrodynamics, Optics & Microelectronic Devices and Circuits.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office