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Amie Khosla

Patent Attorney | BA/BSc (Hons), PhD, MIP
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About Amie

Enthusiastic about quantum computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence with a keen interest in how to leverage IP to bring these technologies to the market.

Amie is a patent attorney in the physics and engineering team specialising in physics, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning as well as in electronic and electrical engineering.

Amie’s practice primarily consists of drafting patent specifications and advising on IP matters for local clients often working directly with inventors to best capture their commercial interests. As well as prosecuting patent applications in Australia and internationally. Amie works alongside a range of clients, including start-ups, universities and research institutions to large multi-nationals.

Before joining FPA, Amie was completing her doctoral research in the Quantum Molecular Materials Group at the University of Queensland. Amie’s research was in the field of theoretical condensed matter physics with a focus on developing a theoretical models to understand the behaviour of exotic states of matter. In her research, Amie worked on chemically complex materials where the interactions between the constituents drive novel collective behaviour.

Amie has been an invited speaker at international and national research conferences, e.g., the 12th International Symposium on Crystalline Organic Metals, Superconductors and Magnets (ISCOM2017); the Gordon Research Seminar on Conductivity and Magnetism in Molecular Materials and the Australian Institute of Physics Summer Meeting. In addition to these invited appearances, Amie has presented her research on spin molecular orbital coupling in multi-nuclear organometallic complexes at a number of other conferences and has won awards for her talks and poster presentations.

During her tenure as a PhD candidate, Amie undertook various academic teaching positions within the School of Mathematics and Physics, including outreach programs where she travelled to regional and remote places across Queensland delivering workshops and talks to school children and local communities. Amie is passionate about promoting the fields of STEM to young people with a particular focus on girls and young women.


  • UQ Award for Excellence
  • Australian Postgraduate Award (APA)


  • Bachelor of Arts (extended major in mathematics) / Bachelor of Science (Physics) (Hons), University of Queensland
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Theoretical condensed matter physics), University of Queensland
  • Master of Intellectual Property Law, University of Melbourne


  • Student member, Institute of Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys of Australia (IPTA)
  • Australian Institute of Physics (AIP)
Latest articles authored by Amie Khosla — 9 June 2021

Patenting AI – Where does Australia stand in comparison to other jurisdictions?


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