Sunita Adluri focuses her practice on intellectual property matters. She combines a strong scientific background in leading-edge technologies with ten years of industry experience at a multinational corporation. She prepares and prosecutes patent applications related to processors, networking, robotics, semiconductors, software (3D modeling, fintech, encryption, databases) and multidisciplinary technologies (mechanical engineering and microfluidic devices).
Sunita previously worked in the Technology Licensing Office of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where her work focused exclusively on MIT’s biotechnology portfolios. She assessed patentability and commercial viability, and assisted with patent prosecution of multidisciplinary technologies related to genetic engineering of viruses for nanostructure synthesis, cell imaging and sorting, plant nanobionics, micro/nanofluidic devices, nanoparticle design for biological applications.Prior to that, Sunita was a senior design engineer within Intel Corporation’s microprocessor research and development group.