Jianbai “Jenn” Wang, Ph.D., has technology development and patent law experience in many hardware and software fields. Jenn has prosecuted patents covering the areas of microelectronic fabrication, digital and analog circuit design, microcontrollers, signal processing, sensors and actuators, memory systems, software applications, and computer system architecture. She is fluent in Chinese and English.
Previously, Jenn was an electrical design engineer at Texas Instruments, developing superstructures and interface circuitry for transducers, including digital micromirror devices that are widely applied in front-end projection systems, HDTV, and digital cinemas.
Jenn's experience also includes working as a graduate research assistant at the NSF Engineering Research Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSystems (WIMS), at the University of Michigan. At WIMS, she developed a position-sensing and control system for thin-film cochlear electrode arrays using micromachining technologies, and gained hands-on experience in semiconductor fabrication, sensor and transducer development, circuit design, and microsystem integration.
Jenn has co-authored several peer-reviewed articles in the field of sensors and actuators and is also a co-inventor on three US patent matters.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Jenn prosecuted patent applications and assisted in intellectual property due diligence at another law firm.
Santa Clara University School of Law, 2015, J.D.
University of Michigan, 2007, Ph.D., Electrical Engineering
Nanjing University, China, 1999, B.S., Physics
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Awards and Affiliations
Recipient, Emory Scholarship and Law Faculty Scholarship from Santa Clara University School of Law
Recipient, International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) Roger A. Haken Best Student Paper Award (2005)