Anthony Breitzman, Ph.D.
Tony Breitzman co-founded 1790 Analytics in 2004. He has consulted extensively with Fortune 500 companies, helping them to develop and manage their intellectual property portfolios more effectively. He has also worked for many different government agencies, helping them assess a wide variety of science and technology policy issues.
Tony is recognized worldwide as a data mining expert and respected thought leader in IP analytics. He has published numerous scholarly articles on intellectual property management, technology assessment and research evaluation. He is invited to speak on intellectual property at conferences worldwide, and is also the inventor of a ground-breaking patent linking patent portfolio strength and stock market performance.
Prior to co-founding 1790 Analytics, Tony was Chief Technology Officer at CHI Research. He holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Richard Stockton College; an M.A. in Mathematics from Temple University; and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Drexel University.
Patrick Thomas, Ph.D.
Patrick Thomas co-founded 1790 Analytics in 2004. He has consulted with many large corporations and financial institutions, helping them to identify and capitalize upon technological and investment opportunities. He has also examined a broad range of science and technology policy issues for various government agencies.
Patrick is one of the leading experts on data mining and IP analytics, and their use across a wide range of applications. He has published numerous scholarly articles on technology evaluation, science policy, and investment analysis, and is invited to speak on these subjects at conferences worldwide. He is also the inventor of a breakthrough patent allowing investors to value companies based on the strength of their intellectual property holdings.
Prior to co-founding 1790 Analytics, Patrick was a Senior Analyst at CHI Research. He was educated in the UK, earning a B.S. in Management Science from the University of Manchester; an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Birmingham; and a Ph.D. in Management Science and Statistics from Nottingham Trent University.