Marina Castro is a mechanical engineer who graduated from an undergraduate course at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in the form of a ‘joint graduation’ with the Technical University of Denmark and holds a Master of Science from UFRJ. At the Technical University of Denmark, she worked on research on smart materials, focusing on the analysis of vibration control using smart materials.
Marina possesses expertise related to the protection of inventions through patents, topographies and software. She has been particularly involved in drafting patents and leading the prosecution of patent applications at the Brazilian Patent Office, especially those related to mechanical vibrations, control and automation systems, as well as industrial products and processes, and mechanical and automation engineering in general. She possesses expertise in drafting strategies for patent litigation based on produced freedom to operate and patent infringement assessments in the Brazilian market.