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Benjamin DELSOL

Patent attorney Benjamin Delsol specialises in the fields of Materials Science and Nanotechnology, and more generally in the field of physics. He gained technical skills while working on his thesis in Grenoble at the Institut Néel and the SIMAP Laboratory. He has conducted research on superconducting quantum circuits in particular.


  • Patent Attorney
  • Doctor (PhD) in Quantum Nanoelectronics and Materials Science – Institut NEEL (CNRS – Grenoble) and SIMAP Laboratory (Materials and Processes Science and Engineering).
  • Master’s degree in Materials Science and Nano-objects (Option: Electronics and Quantum Photonics) – Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI, France, jointly accredited by Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI.
  • Graduate of CEIPI (Invention Patents)


  • Patent drafting
  • Patent preparation and acquisition
  • Priority search
  • Document search for freedom to operate study


  • Materials science
  • Nanotechnology
  • Physics
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Software
  • Image analyses

Passionate about science and innovation, Benjamin DELSOL has made the most of his academic and professional background to gain advanced scientific and technical knowledge in various fields such as computer science, energy and telecommunications.

His sense of detail, analytical mind and creativity are major assets when it comes to defending his clients’ innovations.


In 2010, Benjamin Delsol joined the SIMAP Laboratory and the Institut Néel in Grenoble, working there for 3 years to earn his Doctorate (PhD) in Quantum Nanoelectronics and Materials Science. During these three years of experimental and documentary research, he increased his scientific knowledge in many related fields.

During his experience in the research world, Benjamin Delsol had the opportunity to work on various Nanotechnology and Materials Science projects.

He joined the Hautier team in 2014.