Jacqui works within the EICT team to draft and prosecute patent applications and is currently studying a Masters of Intellectual Property to become a registered Patent Attorney in Australia.  She enjoys assisting clients in a range of technology areas but has particular experience and expertise with electrical, electronic and software patents. Jacqui’s recent research has focused on developing thin films for green house filtering which is a multidisciplinary research area covering electronic thin film fabrication and agriculture. Jacqui’s prior research also involved clean-room fabrication to investigate the correlation of material properties to a signal from a laser beam induced current (LBIC) machine. Jacqui has worked with clients over numerous years, and knows the value of working together to achieve outcomes.

Jacqui is an active member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), having previously been Chair of the Young Professionals in WA and Auckland. She has also been the Vice-Chair of the IEEE Women in Engineering WA, as well as Chairing the Edith Cowan University Student Branch in 2019 of which she is now a mentor. 

Jacqui is also becoming involved in industry mentoring through IEEE, and is a Member of the Institute of Engineers Australia.

 

Qualifications

  • Masters of Science by Research - Edith Cowan University
  • Graduate Diploma of Engineering Science - Edith Cowan University
  • Graduate Certificate of Intellectual Property - University of Technology Sydney 
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical/Electronic)(Hons) - University of Western Australia

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