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Matthew Holden is a trainee patent attorney in our Electronics, Computing & Physics group.
Since joining Withers & Rogers in 2019, Matthew has gained experience in drafting and prosecuting European and UK patent applications in a variety of sectors, including analog electronics, signal processing and medical devices.
Matthew graduated from the University of Bristol with a first class MEng degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. During his degree he enjoyed learning about renewable energy technologies, power electronics and communications. His final year project researched the use of Gallium Nitride HEMTs to improve power converter performance. He also assisted with designing technology demonstrators for nanowatt sensor systems, as part of a project spinning-out university research into a start-up company.
Matthew was awarded the Toshiba Prize and a scholarship from Boeing for his academic and project performance.
Matthew enjoys cooking and trying out independent restaurants. At home, he has an ever-growing collection of house plants that he attempts to keep alive. He also enjoys travelling and exploring new places.