Trainee Patent Attorney
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  • MSc in laser and Materials Physics from the University of Bordeaux (France) and the Laval University of Central Florida (USA).
  • PhD in Physics from the University of Bordeaux (France) and the Laval University (Quebec City, Canada).

Professional experience and skills acquired

Marie obtained a joint PhD in Physics, focusing on multi-scale femtosecond laser structuring of silver-doped oxide glasses, and where she developed functional microscopes for laser writing and optical characterization of micro/nanostructures, as well as numerical modeling of nanoparticles optical response and nonlinear signal generation for data storage. Following her PhD, she conducted an industrial postdoctoral research in the Hubert Curien Laboratory (France) to design and implement automated equipment for plasmonic coloring by laser structuring. From 2017 to 2019, Marie worked on physical security elements in identity documents as a research engineer in an ID company, HID Global France. She then had experiences as inventor and had the opportunity to carry out freedom to operate studies, to participate in patent portfolios evaluation and in IP strategy conception in a very competitive market.
Before joining the office in October 2021, Marie was one of the innovation correspondents in the Underwater Systems technical direction of Thales Group. She worked with inventors for the follow-up of declarations of invention and patent applications, in various technical fields (optical transmission, sonar, artificial intelligence, etc.). She also acquired skills in prior art research, portfolio monitoring, documentation for the Research Tax Credit, and COTS/OSS analyses.

Technical fields

Due to her training and experience, Marie's practice is much diversified, she intervenes in the following fields: applied physics, optics, nanotechnologies, imaging, computer security, image and signal processing, augmented reality, marine mechanics.


French (native language) - English