Nathan Gundlach is a registered patent agent with experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications related to memory technologies, wireless communications, home automation and security, encryption/decryption, machine learning, neural networks, and database management.
Prior to joining Harrity & Harrity, Nathan worked for another firm where he handled preparation and prosecution matters for various clients and technologies. Nathan also worked as a graduate research assistant at the University of Utah while completing his dissertation on optical studies of organic semiconductors for his doctorate in physics. In this role, he was responsible for writing and editing publications on his research group’s findings in addition to presenting on outside research at weekly meetings.
In his spare time, Nathan enjoys volunteering with the Utah Food Bank and other charity initiatives in his local community.
University of Utah (Doctor of Philosophy, Physics) – 2018
University of Utah (Master of Science, Physics) – 2017
Brigham Young University (Bachelor of Science, Physics) – 2013
“Ultrafast optical study of spin dynamics in hybrid perovskite semiconductors.” Doctoral Dissertation, University of Utah, December 2018.
Co-author. “Spin-polarized exciton quantum beating in hybrid organic–inorganic perovskites.” Journal Article, Nature Physics, May 2017.