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Jeffrey A. Bowers, Ph.D.

Associate

Redwood City, CA
[email protected]
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Background

Jeff Bowers, Ph.D., is an Associate in the Silicon Valley office of Fish & Richardson P.C. With advanced degrees in physics, electrical engineering, and computer science, he focuses his practice on patent prosecution, portfolio management, and counseling in a wide array of technologies, including computer science (software systems, computer architectures, network architectures, encryption, quantum computation, and machine learning), electrical engineering (devices, integrated circuits, microwave and RF circuits, antennas), and the physical sciences (optics, acoustics, mechanics, electromagnetics, quantum devices, and superconductors).

Before joining the firm, Dr. Bowers worked in-house at a large private technology company, where he co-invented with distinguished scientists, technologists, and engineers, drafted and prosecuted patent applications, supervised outside counsel, collaborated with university technology transfer offices, and managed patent portfolios licensed to several high-tech startup companies. He also has experience as a software development engineer at a large software company, where he worked on machine learning systems for natural language text/speech queries.  During his academic career, Dr. Bowers conducted graduate and postgraduate research on VLSI systems at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, quantum computation at the MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics, and theoretical particle physics at both the MIT Center for Theoretical Physics and the University of Washington Institute for Nuclear Theory.

Dr. Bowers the author of eight scientific articles with over 900 literature citations and is a named inventor on over 100 issued US patents.

Education

Seattle University School of Law
J.D. summa cum laude (first in class)
Member, Seattle Law Review


Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Physics, Ph.D.
Thesis: Color superconducting phases of cold dense quark matter


Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, M.Eng.
Thesis: Feasibility studies for quantum computation with spectral holeburning media


Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, B.S.


Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Physics, B.S.

Admissions

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Washington

Other Distinctions

Selected Publications

“Crystalline color superconductivity,” Mark Alford, Jeffrey A. Bowers, and Krishna Rajagopal, Phys.Rev.D 63, 074016 – Published 13 March 2001

“Crystallography of color superconductivity,” Jeffrey A. Bowers and Krishna Rajagopal, Phys.Rev.D 66, 065002 – Published 10 September 2002

“Single color and single flavor color superconductivity,” Mark G. Alford, Jeffrey A. Bowers, Jack M. Cheyne, and Greig A. Cowan, Phys.Rev.D 67, 054018 – Published 28 March 2003

Selected Patents and Applications

Maintenance of Wireless Data Link: PCT/US2017/028540

Evanescent Electromagnetic Wave Conversion Apparatus and Methods: PCT/US10/001154

Non-Gaussian Beamforming for Wireless Power Transfer Optimization: 15/832,612

Device and Method for Detection and Treatment of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia in a Mammalian Subject: US Patent No. 9,480,807

Steerable Acoustic Resonating Transducer Systems and Methods: US Patent No. 9,741,335

Systems and Methods for Damping Building Oscillations: PCT/US2014/036032

Multi-Layer Phononic Crystal Thermal Insulators: US Patent No. 9,291,297

Surface Scattering Reflector Antenna: US Patent No. 9,935,375

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