Erin Mondloch, Ph.D.

Patent Agent

Erin Mondloch, Ph.D., is a registered patent agent with a strong background in physics and mathematics. She assists clients with patent prosecution in a broad range of technological areas.

Education

J.D. summa cum laude 
Lewis & Clark Law School
Evening Student Award
Ph.D. Physics 
University of Oregon
B.A. Physics and Applied Mathematics
University of Montana

Bar Admissions and Professional Organizations

  • U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
  • Oregon Patent Law Association

Selected Papers and Presentations

  • K. E. Lynch-Klarup, E. Mondloch, M. G. Raymer, D. Arrestier, F. Gerome, and F. Benabid. “Supercritical-xenon-filled hollow-core photonic bandgap fiber.” Opt. Express 21,13726-13732 (2013).
  • E. Mondloch, M. G. Raymer, and F. Benabid. “Spontaneous phase-locking in dual-pumped Raman frequency comb generation.” Frontiers in Optics Laser Science XXVIII, (Optical Society of America), paper FM4I.3. (2012).
  • C. Wu, E. Mondloch, M. G. Raymer, Y. Wang, F. Couny, and F. Benabid. “Spontaneous phase correlations in Raman optical frequency comb generation.” Frontiers in Optics Laser Science XXVI, (Optical Society of America), paper FTuL2. (2010).
  • E. Mondloch, A.S. Ware, R. Sanchez. “Effect of symmetry-breaking on ballooning modes in quasi-symmetric stellarators.” poster at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma Physics of the American Physical Society, paper BP1.00044. (2006).