Dan Li is a registered patent attorney, admitted to practice in Massachusetts and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. His practice includes patent prosecution, portfolio analysis, and freedom-to-operate opinions. Dan has a technical background of electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, and artificial intelligence. Before joining Schwegman, Dan was a principle research scientist, and had over 10 years of experience in algorithm design and development in medical device industry, and had managed a number of research projects and clinical studies. The extensive prior corporate R&D experience has prepared him for better appreciating clients’ business objectives and competitive landscape of technology, and strategically maximizing the value of clients’ patent portfolios. Dan enjoyed working with inventors. Being an inventor of over 70 patents himself, Dan has a deep understanding of scientist or engineer inventors’ approach to their inventions, their focuses, aspects that they tend to neglect, as well as assistance they need from attorneys in perfecting their patent application. Dan has a work philosophy of “planning strategically — staying focused — getting the job done,” which he believes is a key to effective time management and better work-life balance.
CALI Excellence for the Future Award
Minor: Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence)
Modeling and Signal Processing
Electronics and Biomedical Engineering focus
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Heart Rhythm, 3(5), S150, 2006
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 19(2), 17-19, March 2002.
EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing, 4:321-337, March 2003.
Computers in biology and medicine, 32(4):261-282, 2002.
Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 28(9):1101-1115, 2000
Boston Scientific Corporation / Guidant, Principal Research Scientist and Project Lead, 2002 – 2012
Motorola Inc., Software Engineer Intern, 2000