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Venkatesh Seshan

Venkatesh Seshan

Trainee patent attorney
I am a trainee patent attorney. As a trainee, I assist in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the field of user interface, telecommunication, mechanics and electronics.


  • Computers/Software
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Physics
  • Semiconductor topographies
  • Telecommunications

As a professional, I have a multidisciplinary research and industry experience in the field of semiconductor physics and technology, nanotechnology, electronics, telecommunication and information technology. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics from the University of Mumbai (India) in 2002. From 2003 - 2006 I worked in a telecommunication and information technology sector. In 2006, I started my Master’s degree in Nanoscale Science and Technology at Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden) and graduated in 2008. In the year 2009 to 2014, I worked as a PhD researcher exploring the chemical, electronic and mechanical properties of diamond material at Delft University of Technology (the Netherlands). My research activities have led to several publications in high impact scientific journals.

As a part of social responsibility, I sponsor food, clothes and education for underprivileged kids and actively support a kindness organisation called Pay It Forward Delft.

On the personal side, I am a fitness enthusiast who enjoys public speaking and cooking Indian food.   


  • PhD in Applied Physics at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
  • Master of Science in Nanoscale Science and Technology at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  • Master Thesis in Nano-patterning at DWI-RWTH, Germany
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics at University of Mumbai, India


  • Seshan V, et al. Pick-up and drop transfer of diamond nanosheets. IOP Nanotechnology 26(2015): 125706
  • Seshan V, et al. (2014). Contactless photoconductance study on undoped and doped nanocrystalline diamond films. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6(14): 11368
  • Seshan V, et al. (2013). Hydrogen termination of CVD diamond films by high-temperature annealing at atmospheric pressure. The Journal of Chemical Physics 138(23): 234707