Mazdak Taghioskoui, Ph. D., is a technical advisor in the firm’s Electrical Patent Prosecution practice group, where he writes and revises patent applications for a variety of domestic and international clients in a wide range of technical areas, including nanotechnology, micro electromechanical systems (MEMS), semiconductors devices, plasma sources, chemical instrumentation, ion sources, and mass spectrometry.
Prior to joining the firm, Dr. Taghioskoui was a post doctoral fellow at Georgetown University where he conducted research on dynamics and coalescence of charged water-in-oil femtoliter volume droplets.
Before his post doctoral appointment, Dr. Taghioskoui was a graduate research and teaching assistant at the George Washington University where he won numerous awards for his research including a Research Excellence Award presented to him by the President of the university, a McConnell Fellowship, a GIAR Research Award, a First-Prize Award from the Washington Society of Engineers, and a First-Prize Award from the District of Columbia Council of Engineering and Architectural Societies, among others.
Dr. Taghioskoui has published more than 10 papers in the areas of miniature plasmas, chemical instrumentation, and nanotechnology. He has been an invited speaker regarding his research at international conferences and his papers appear among the Top 25 Hottest Articles in the Science Direct database.