Alexander joined the firm in 2014 as a trainee patent attorney. He holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering awarded by Imperial College London focussing on the study of low emissions vehicles and materials testing. This was followed by a PhD, focussing on high strain rate testing of metals and composite materials under ballistic and blast loading using high speed 3D optical measurement techniques.
During his research Alexander has designed and maintained dynamic testing equipment at Imperial College including light gas guns and Hopkinson bar systems. Alexander also taught in a number of undergraduate level classes including microprocessors for robotics, control and dynamics, and materials.
Outside of work Alexander is a keen motorcyclist and automotive enthusiast, having built and maintained his own cars. Alexander also enjoys playing guitar and relishes in bad karaoke.
- MEng ACGI (Mech. Eng.)
- PhD DIC (Mech. Eng.)