Jonathon Woodward

Jonny works in the Engineering and Tech practice group and handles a wide range of subject matter ranging from new materials, such as highly isotropic carbon fiber composites, to cutting edge surgical staplers. Currently, much of his work involves prosecution of European and UK patent applications. Jonny graduated with a first class degree in Engineering from the University of Oxford, having focused on mechanical engineering, materials science and aeronautical engineering. Whilst studying, he was awarded a Gibbs Prize for best performance in a group design project using a high speed carbon fibre flywheel in a hybrid bus, and the IMechE Frederic Barnes Waldron ‘Best Student’ award for his performance in final examinations, as well as an academic scholarship.

During his last year at university, he took over a long-term project to develop a supersonic calibration facility for multi-hole air probes used in turbo-machinery flow measurements, and brought the facility to the stage where the first calibration data could be collected.

When he’s not working, Jonny enjoys cycling, hiking and travelling, and is a keen skier and SCUBA diver.

  • MEng (University of Oxford)
  • European Patent Attorney
  • Chartered Patent Attorney
  • CertIP Certificate in Intellectual Property Law