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  • Education
    • B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015
Gholson Glass assists clients in making their technological visions reality. Gholson identifies patentable inventions and evaluates the scope of patent protections available, as well as investigates whether a client’s product and methods are at risk of infringing the intellectual property rights of others. Gholson also supports the litigation team in lawsuits involving clients’ patents and technology.

Previously, Gholson interned with Noblis, a nonprofit science and strategy organization, under a joint Federal Aviation Administration task force working on nextgen capabilities for aircraft management and control. His responsibilities included work on introducing operations research and optimization techniques into the ground-based routing of airplanes in order to reduce idle fuel burn prior to takeoff. 

Additionally, he previously interned at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, researching optimal telerobotic control station design and implementation.

  • Varied prosecution and post grant experience on behalf of a multinational oil field services company.  Highlights include but are not limited to adjusting sub-sea coiled tubing deployments based on analysis and prediction of stress distributions, and real-time monitoring and optimization of coiled tubing stimulation operations, primarily fracturing.   
  • Prosecution of multiple patents that use artificial intelligence to monitor and flag prohibited activity on smart phones and computers.
  • Prosecution of a logistics platform patent that uses machine learning to enhance route optimization and staffing of repairmen based upon service requests and parameters.