“IP strategies need to evolve to keep pace with rapidly changing technology trends. You constantly need to evaluate and optimise your IP.”

Milind joined Griffith Hack from India where he worked at Samsung R&D Institute (an R&D subsidiary of Samsung Electronics) for about 7 years. During his time there he was awarded ‘IP Creator of the Year 2018’. In addition to providing contributions on various strategic IP related matters, he also assisted Samsung to identify potential startups for investment and collaboration.

Milind is part of the Electrical, IT and Physics group at Griffith Hack and has a broad and in-depth technical knowledge in the field of ICT and consumer electronics product development. One of his areas of expertise is AI, having invented two AI related patent applications during his time at Samsung and initiating and leading an organisation wide AI task force involving over 150 members.

Praise for Milind’s technical expertise is high, with one contact commenting “I have in depth belief on Milind’s ideation process and knowledge of technical areas, specifically IoT, AI and AR/VR. He is an expert in identifying novel process out of vague thought.”

Having become a Registered Patent Attorney in India in 2019, Milind is now studying a Masters of IP Law at the University of Melbourne.

Qualifications

  • Master of Engineering in Electronics & Communication, University of Delhi, India

  • Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics & Communication, University of Rajasthan, India
  • Registered patent agent of India

Recognition

  • 2018

    IP Creator of the Year - Samsung employee

  • 2014

    Employee of the Year - Samsung employee