M.Sc. Physics

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Andreas Rauscher is a Patent Engineer at WBH Wachenhausen during his traineeship at the Federal Patent Court and German Patent and Trademark Office in Munich. Prior to joining WBH Wachenhausen, he worked as a software and function developer for a TIER I company developing an autonomous driving functionality for a German OEM and gained vast experience as SCRUM-Master for a SW Team.

Andreas Rauscher studied Physics at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and at the University of Melbourne, obtaining his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree. He gained technical expertise in the field of solid-state physics, especially semiconductor physics and optics. Herein, Andreas Rauscher worked both theoretically as well as experimentally by performing simulations and experiments.


  • Since 2019 Patent Engineer at WBH Wachenhausen
  • Software and function developer at TIER I company (2016-2019)
  • M.Sc. in Physics at Technical University of Munich (2013-2016)
  • University of Melbourne, Australia (2014)
  • Working student in non-destructive testing lab at multi-industry company (2013-2015)
  • B.Sc. in Physics at Technical University of Munich (2010-2013)
  • Languages: German, English

Work experience

Andreas Rauscher has work experience in the complete life cycle of technical property rights, with a focus on patent prosecution. Herein, he works within a broad technical spectrum, ranging from CII, AI, semiconductor applications, electrical circuitry, optics, and acoustics to even basic mechanics. Andreas Rauscher gained also hands-on litigation knowledge during a traineeship at a regional court.