Casey Kretschman‘s practice supports patent prosecution in the area of computer science, software, and automation. His technical knowledge includes network technologies, artificial intelligence, computer graphics and animation, 3D printing, robotic control and behavior, and computer security.

Casey’s previous experience includes working as a research fellow with NASA Langley’s LARSS program, where he created and maintained a code knowledge base and implemented network access to legacy software. As a summer intern at Eaton/Cutler-Hammer, he instituted software verification and validation best practices for firmware development for his department. Casey was also a teaching assistant at both Robert Morris University and Case Western Reserve University, where he completed all required coursework toward a Master of Science in computer science.