Steve Wang

Steve Wang

Contact Information:

10 Post Office Square,
Suite 800 South
Boston, MA 02109
(617) 439-3200 (phone)
(617) 507-0757 (fax)

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Shixiong “Steve” Wang is a registered patent attorney who takes part in all aspects of intellectual property law with a focus on the initial consultation, preparation, patent search, drafting, and prosecution of U.S. patent applications and national phase of the PCT applications for both foreign and domestic clients.

Mr. Wang works closely with clients from start-ups to large corporations and well-known international companies in different industries and technologies including software, mobile applications, fintech, networking, mechanical, electronic, and medical devices.

Mr. Wang has an extensive and multidisciplinary science background in Biology, Mathematics, Information System Technology, Digital Image Processing, RADAR, LiDAR, optical sensors, and satellite technology.

Mr. Wang is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Mr. Wang earned his J.D. from Suffolk University. Prior to law school, Mr. Wang received his master’s degrees from Boston University. As a graduate student and a research fellow, Mr. Wang was involved in a number of research projects funded by NASA, USGS, and ESA (European Space Agency) to study the optical, Near Infrared, Shortwave Infrared, and Thermal Infrared bands onboard several civilian satellite programs including Landsat, MODIS, and Sentinel-2. Mr. Wang was also a summer research fellow at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future. In addition, Mr. Wang taught both undergraduate and graduate level courses as a teaching fellow at Boston University.

Mr. Wang received his bachelor’s degree in biology and a minor degree in Mathematics from the State University of New York at New Paltz. While attaining his degree, Mr. Wang was a two-time recipient of the undergraduate research funding program to study the ultrastructure of chloroplasts and the physiological disorder of Honeycrisp apple trees using electron microscope and digital imaging technology.

Mr. Wang speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese.