Sarah Harrison-Schmidt, Ph.D., concentrates her practice on supporting patent prosecution with a focus on computer science and quantum physics.
Sarah has technical knowledge and experience prosecuting patent applications in diverse fields such as quantum computing, computer architecture, telecommunications, network security, classical and quantum cryptography, mobile device applications, semiconductor materials and devices, speech recognition and synthesis, search systems, finance, and business methods.
Prior to joining Fish & Richardson, Sarah worked in the quantum information theory research group led by Prof. Reinhard Werner at the Leibniz Universität, Hannover, and successfully collaborated with several external institutions such as NetApp, Inc., the department of computing at Imperial College, London, and the center for quantum technologies at the National University of Singapore.
Recognitions & awards
Doctoral Training Award
Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) Prize