Corey Scott

Corey Scott
Matter tells space [and time] how to curve, and space tells matter how to move.
- John Archibald Wheeler


Corey provides comprehensive patent counsel to clients, particularly in obtaining and enforcing intellectual property rights. Corey's practice emphasizes bespoke portfolio strategies, which range from defensive to adversarial. He also provides validity, infringement, and freedom-to-operate analyses, as well as competitor landscaping.

Corey's experience includes performing acquisitional due diligence (e.g., $1.35B by Medtronic) and contributing litigation support for cases before Federal Courts and the ITC (Nikon vs. ASML). His in-house experience includes a start-up and a Fortune 5 company. Corey has been extensively involved in open source software (OSS) and standard essential patents (SEPs), including common licensing terms and patent diligence thereof.

Well versed in foreign filing, Corey advises clients on the new European Unitary Patent and Unitary Patent Court. He is a member of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) Bar Association and has successfully argued several cases before the PTAB.

Corey's professional career began as a co-op Engineer with Parker Hannifin Corp. performing failure analysis on the 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. His research explored quantum entanglement/erasure by fabricating a quantum interferometer. Entangled photon pairs, produced by laser pumped nonlinear crystal, were separated and recombined to demonstrate quantum erasure (and violation of Bell’s inequality principle thereby verifying the paradox of non-locality). Corey's previous research experience also includes feedback control systems when he was a member of MIT's Laboratory for Electromagnetic and Electronic Systems (LEES) within the Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE).

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 (for alternative energy).

Corey has a modest smattering of journal articles, publications and patent inventorships.

He maintains an adept proficiency in the following specialties:

  • Electromagnetic Waves-- including frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radar (e.g., MIMO, point cloud/ data cube processing, object classification, adaptive thresholding, perception stack), lidar, time-of-flight (ToF), optics (geometric and Gaussian), lasers, diffractive components, light emitting diodes (LEDs), light angle sensors, optical differential pathlength, wireless charging, photonics, imaging and waveguides (single and multimode fibers);
  • Acoustics-- including cavitation, resonators, and ultrasonic phased arrays;
  • Signals and Systems-- including networking, telecommunications, spread spectrum, feedback control, analog, digital, mixed signal and processing thereof;
  • Scientific Instrumentation-- including molecular gas detection, mass spectrometry, spectroscopy, nanogap sensors, photodetection (photodiodes, photomultiplier tubes, avalanche, etc.), and electrostatics/electrodynamics;
  • Circuits-- including microelectronic circuits, semiconductor wafer fabrication, radio frequency (RF) applications, photolithography, system on chip (SoCs), heterojunction/superlattice devices, gesture capacitance detection, voice coil motors (VCMs) power electronics and converters, analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), complementary metal-oxide-semiconductors (CMOS), bipolar junction transistors (BJTs);
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML)-- including autonomous vehicles (AVs), large language models (LLMs), convolutional neural networks (CNNs), binarized neural networks (BNNs), deep neural networks (DNNs);
  • Software-- including operating systems (OSs), compilers, application programming/binary interfaces (APIs/ABIs), security, and cryptography; and,
  • Medical Devices-- including biopotential measurement, pulse oximetetry, plethysmography, radio frequency (RF) and high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) ablation.


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


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