Trevor Day assists clients in securing global utility and design patent protection in the mechanical arts and in materials science. Trevor also assists clients with freedom to operate analysis and search, patentability studies, and diligence.

Trevor represents clients in both academia and industry, including clients ranging from early-stage startups to globally recognized academic institutions and corporations. Trevor works directly with clients and inventors to develop patent strategies that align with client business goals. Trevor has dealt with a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, consumer products, robotics, microfluidics, undersea vessels, locking systems, connected devices (IoT), battery systems, active suspension systems, autonomous vehicles, and sports products.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Trevor was a Mechanical Engineering Intern at Atlas Devices in Cambridge, MA. There, he designed and deployed a productivity management system to manage production of APA-5 Rope Ascenders, created and implemented a factory sensor mesh network system for data aggregation, and assembled, tested, and repaired equipment for use in maritime and other harsh environments. As an undergraduate at MIT, Trevor was a researcher in the MIT Stochastic Analysis and Nonlinear Dynamics Laboratory, where he developed a risk model of an oceangoing vessel to compute internal stresses and moments from ocean waves using a non-linear model with extreme events. 

Trevor is active in the entrepreneurial community and regularly attends events held at Greentown Labs.

  • MIT-Lincoln Lab Beaver Works Barbara P. James Memorial Award for Excellence in Project-Based Engineering (2017)
  • Robert Bruce Wallace Academic Prize for Scholarship in Ocean Engineering (2016)
  • Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical Engineering Honor Society Member
     
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Trevor Day assists clients in securing global utility and design patent protection in the mechanical arts and in materials science. Trevor also assists clients with freedom to operate analysis and search, patentability studies, and diligence.

Trevor represents clients in both academia and industry, including clients ranging from early-stage startups to globally recognized academic institutions and corporations. Trevor works directly with clients and inventors to develop patent strategies that align with client business goals. Trevor has dealt with a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, consumer products, robotics, microfluidics, undersea vessels, locking systems, connected devices (IoT), battery systems, active suspension systems, autonomous vehicles, and sports products.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Trevor was a Mechanical Engineering Intern at Atlas Devices in Cambridge, MA. There, he designed and deployed a productivity management system to manage production of APA-5 Rope Ascenders, created and implemented a factory sensor mesh network system for data aggregation, and assembled, tested, and repaired equipment for use in maritime and other harsh environments. As an undergraduate at MIT, Trevor was a researcher in the MIT Stochastic Analysis and Nonlinear Dynamics Laboratory, where he developed a risk model of an oceangoing vessel to compute internal stresses and moments from ocean waves using a non-linear model with extreme events. 

Trevor is active in the entrepreneurial community and regularly attends events held at Greentown Labs.

  • MIT-Lincoln Lab Beaver Works Barbara P. James Memorial Award for Excellence in Project-Based Engineering (2017)
  • Robert Bruce Wallace Academic Prize for Scholarship in Ocean Engineering (2016)
  • Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical Engineering Honor Society Member