Trainee Patent Attorney
Daniel graduated from the University of Leicester in 2018 with a first class Master of Physics (MPhys) in Physics. During his time at university, Daniel performed a number of research projects ranging from alternatives to dark matter to the medicinal applications of nanoscience. Daniel’s final year project was based around the application of Gaussian processes to noisy, seemingly random, data sets to reconstruct signals and predict their future values.
During his second year Daniel won the College prize, awarded to the best performing undergraduate in their second year of a physics degree. In his final year of study, Daniel won the Samuel and Rachel May prize for the best outstanding performance in the final year of any undergraduate physics course.
After university, Daniel was offered a graduate position at oil and natural gas field services company Weatherford International. During his time at Weatherford, Daniel was a key member in the team responsible for designing and the signal processing of resistivity tools, specifically those using the laws of induction.