Adam Sandwell comes from a robust educational background, with expertise ranging from abstract mathematical fields and galactic astronomy to low-temperature experimental physics. His ultimate focus was on the growth and characterization of superconductive crystals in strong magnetic fields. He now utilizes his experience from these diverse disciplines to conduct research and analysis for intellectual property cases.
Adam previously worked as a technical services engineer for Epic System Corporation where he was responsible for all communication, development, and functional investigation for the Impatient Orders application at four major hospital systems across the United States. As part of this work, he was responsible for designing and implementing the code to operate patient systems for a number of health care systems. He has also spent time teaching laboratory classes, writing search code, and handling hazardous materials in an oxygen-free environment. This work has given him the ability to explain and teach difficult and complex subjects in physics, mathematics, and chemistry to lay persons.