Mary Robinson focuses on patent drafting and prosecution with an emphasis on mechanics, optics, quantum mechanics, and electronics.
Her technology experience includes research in fluid dynamics, nonlinear dynamics, and machine learning. Prior to joining the firm, Mary was a graduate research assistant at the University of Michigan where she employed fluid dynamics and complex systems techniques to improve the design and performance of U.S. Navy ships. She was also a graduate student instructor teaching introductory mechanics and electromagnetism laboratory courses as well as a higher level mathematical physics course.
As an undergraduate research assistant, Mary investigated applications of machine learning to data analysis for large, high-energy, and nuclear physics experiments as well as designed and implemented a machine learning algorithm to reconstruct particle trajectories for the MOLLER experiment at Thomas Jefferson National Laboratory.
Mary received her M.S. in physics from the University of Michigan and her B.S. in physics and mathematics, with honors, from the College of William and Mary.Show More