J.D., 2008, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; Ph.D. in Experimental Solid State Physics, 2000, Imperial College, University of London; B.S. Physics, 1996, Imperial College, University of London.
Dr. Serapiglia's intellectual property law practice includes work in the areas of patent, trademark and copyright law. He has four years experience as a post-doctoral researcher in the Physics Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he also lectured physics. His research has centered around fabrication and testing of lasers, detectors, data acquisition systems, and high frequency circuits, using clean room microfabrication, quantum engineering, and theoretical (computational) modeling of the optical and electronic properties of semiconductor materials.
Technical emphasis: optoelectronic and electronic devices (including organic devices), optics, materials, nanotechnology, quantum engineering, aerospace, bioengineering, computer implemented applications, and electrical engineering (e.g., signal processing, high frequency circuits, communications, cryptography, antennas, control systems).
Registrations: California State Bar; U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Affiliations: Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association; Intellectual Property Section of the California State Bar.