Bryan Edwards joined Marshall Gerstein in 2021 as a Technical Specialist for the Electrical & Computer Technologies practice. Bryan assists in prosecuting patents for clients in various areas such as insurance and financial services, renewable energy and cleantech, manufacturing, computer software, and biopharmaceuticals.
Background and Credentials
Prior to joining Marshall Gerstein, Bryan focused his graduate research on energy technology, concentrating on innovations in energy storage and generation. During his undergraduate thesis research, Bryan designed and built organic photovoltaic cells with improved lifespan for flexible, transparent application. Additionally, he has worked in software development to bring software from conceptualization, through beta testing, and ultimately to market. Bryan's other industry experience includes radio frequency engineering and high-power electrical systems engineering.
Bryan received his Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor, serving as the Bosch Sustainability Graduate Fellow and as a member of the IEEE Eta Kappa Nu honor society. He received his bachelor’s degree in physics from Hamilton College, serving as Hamilton’s Chapter President of the Society of Physics Students.
- University of Michigan (M.S.)
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Hamilton College (B.S.)