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Lidiya Mishchenko, Ph.D.

Associate

Redwood City, CA
650-839-5015
mishchenko@fr.com
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Background

Lidiya Mishchenko is an Associate in the Silicon Valley office. Lidiya has prior experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in both the U.S. and foreign jurisdictions for startup and university clients. Lidiya’s interdisciplinary professional and educational experience spans areas that include surface chemistry, quantum optics, laser technologies, optical materials, self-assembly, atomic layer deposition, microfluidics, nanoscale material fabrication and characterization, and alternative energy.

Lidiya also has prior litigation experience in researching and drafting Daubert motions, joint pretrial statements, motions to transfer, and summary judgment briefs. She has interned in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the International Trade Commission.

Education

J.D., The George Washington University Law School 2016
top 1% rank, Articles Editor for The George Washington Law Review
Order of the Coif


Ph.D. and S.M., Harvard University 2012
Applied Physics (Materials Chemistry)


B.S., University of Maryland Baltimore County 2007
Physics
Phi Beta Kappa
summa cum laude

Admissions

  • California 2016
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2013

Languages

  • English
  • Russian

Other Distinctions

Selected Publications

Lidiya Mishchenko, Note, The Internet of Things: Where Privacy and Copyright Collide, 33 SANTA CLARA
HIGH TECH. L.J. 90 (2016).

Lidiya Mishchenko, Essay, In Defense of Churches: Can the IRS Limit Tax Abuse by “Church” Impostors?,
84 GEO. WASH. L. REV. 1361 (2016).

Lidiya Mishchenko, Alice: Through the Formalist Looking-Glass, 97 J. PAT. & TRADEMARK OFF. SOC’Y 214
(2015).

Vasquez, Y.; Kolle, M.; Mishchenko, L.; Hatton, B. D.; Aizenberg, J., Three-Phase Coassembly:
In Situ Incorporation of Nanoparticles into Tunable, Highly Ordered, Porous Silica
Films. ACS Photonics 2014, 1 (1), 53-60.

Mishchenko, L.; Hatton, B.; Aizenberg, J., Spatial Control of Condensation and Freezing
on Superhydrophobic Surfaces with Hydrophilic Patches. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2013, 23 (36),
4577-84.

Mishchenko, L.; Hatton, B.; Kolle, M.; Aizenberg, J., Patterning Hierarchy in Direct and
Inverse Opal Crystals. Small 2012, 8 (12), 1798.

Mishchenko, L.; Hatton, B.; Burgess, I. B.; Davis, S.; Sandhage, K.; Aizenberg, J.,
Colloidal Co-Assembly Route to Large-Area High-Quality Photonic Crystals. Proc. SPIE 2011,
7946, 79460K.

Burgess, I. B.; Mishchenko, L.; Hatton, B. D.; Kolle, M.; Loncar, M.; Aizenberg, J.,
Encoding Complex Wettability Patterns in Chemically Functionalized 3d Photonic Crystals. J.
Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133 (32), 12430-12432.

Bahadur, V.; Mishchenko, L.; Hatton, B. D.; Taylor, J. A.; Aizenberg, J.; Krupenkin, T.,
Predictive Model for Ice Formation on Superhydrophobic Surfaces. Langmuir 2011, 27 (23),
14143-50.

Mishchenko, L.; Hatton, B.; Bahadur, V.; Taylor, J. A.; Krupenkin, T.; Aizenberg, J.,
Design of Ice-Free Nanostructured Surfaces Based on Repulsion of Impacting Water Droplets.
ACS Nano 2010, 4 (12), 7699-7707.

Hatton, B.; Mishchenko, L.; Davis, S.; Sandhage, K. H.; Aizenberg, J., Assembly of
Large-Area, Highly Ordered, Crack-Free Inverse Opal Films. PNAS 2010, 107 (23), 10354-
10354.

Hatton, B.; Mishchenko, L.; Norwood, R.; Davis, S.; Sandhage, K.; Aizenberg, J., An
Evaporative Co-Assembly Method for Highly Ordered Inverse Opal Films. Proc. SPIE 2009,
7205, 72050F.