Christopher Di Alessandro

Technical Consultant/Patent Agent Trainee
613.521.8844 x112

Christopher graduated from Carleton University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering.  His degree was focused on the aerodynamics and propulsion of aircraft, but he has also extensively studied ground vehicles as well as nuclear reactor design and safety regulations. Previously, he has worked at both the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and Carleton University as a research assistant. While with the NRC, he was a member of the energy, mining, and environment portfolio, and conducted research on electric vehicle batteries. Through his research assistantship at Carleton, he participated in wind tunnel experiments for the modelling of pressure fluctuations over aircraft panels. Chris is a Technical Consultant in the Patent Department training to become a Patent Agent.  He specifically focusses on drafting and prosecuting patent applications for inventions in the mechanical, high tech and computer-enabled fields.  In his spare time, he enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking, fishing and snowboarding.