Andreas studied physics at the Technical University of Munich and at the University of Melbourne, obtaining his Bachelor and Master in the field of semiconductor physics.
Following his studies, Andreas worked as a software and function developer for a TIER I company developing an autonomous driving functionality for a german OEM. He was also SCRUM-Master for a SW Team.
In April 2019, Andreas joined Wachenhausen & Kollegen starting his IP career as a patent attorney trainee.
Education – excerpt
|10/2013 – 07/2016||Master’s Degree in Solid State Physics – (M.Sc. Physik), Technical University of Munich, Germany
Master thesis on Nuclear Spin Resonance
Majoring in Semiconductor Physics
|02/2014 – 06/2014||Studies in science as TUM Exchange student, University of Melbourne, Australia|
|10/2010 – 09/2013||Bachelor’s Degree in Physics – (B.Sc. Physik), Technical University of Munich, Germany
Bachelor thesis on Semiconductor Quantum Optics
|Since 04/2019||Patent Attorney trainee Wachenhausen & Kollegen|
|12/2016 – 02/2019||Software and function developer and SCRUM-Master for autonomous driving functionality|