Jeffrey Barclay is a Principal in the Boston office of Fish & Richardson. His practice emphasizes patent prosecution in the area of electrical engineering. He was previously with the firm as an Associate (2001-2004) and Summer Associate (2000).
Mr. Barclay's technical experience includes Electrical Engineer, Submarine Electromagnetic Systems Department, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI, (1994-2000); Electrical Engineer, Submarine Sonar Department, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI (1990-1992); Research Assistant, Center for Electromagnetic Research, Northeastern University (1992-1994).
Barclay J., "Radar Cross Section Computational Modeling and Experimental Measurements of Various Submarine Masts," Naval Undersea Warfare Center Technical Report #10964, 30 June 1998.
Barclay J., "Radar Cross Section Computational Modeling for the High-Data-Rate Mast," Naval Undersea Warfare Center Technical Report #10814, 1 September 1997.
Barclay J. "Simulated Metallic Structures for use in Radar Measurements," Proceedings of the 1996 International Mechanical Engineering Conference, Application of Metallic Materials in advanced Engineering Systems Session, November 1996.
Keith W., Barclay J., "Effects of a Large Eddy Breakup Device on the Fluctuating Wall Pressure Field," Journal of Fluids Engineering, 115, September 1993.