Vitaliy Orekhov handles all aspects of patent preparation, prosecution and opinion work in the electrical, computer and mechanical arts. With an educational background in electrical engineering and research experience in the area of computer vision, he leverages his technical experience to prosecute strong patents and provide related counseling.
Prior to joining Kenyon, Mr. Orekhov was a patent attorney at an intellectual property law firm. Earlier in his career, he served as a technical advisor at another IP firm in which he assisted in the prosecution of electrical, computer and mechanical arts patents. While pursuing his graduate degree at the University of Tennessee, Mr. Orekhov was a graduate research assistant in the Imaging, Robotics, and Intelligent Systems Laboratory where he conducted research in the area of computer vision. Mr. Orekhov has also co-authored two articles on camera calibration methods.
While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Mr. Orekhov interned with the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Virginia where he performed research in the area of novel analog and digital architectures for real-time image processing.