Gert Habermann
Dipl.-Phys., Dipl.-Wirt. Phys. (Univ.), German Patent Attorney
European Patent, Trade Mark and Design Attorney

Scientific qualifications and experience

1987-1992 Degree in physics at the Universities of Hamburg and Freiburg i.Br.. Scientific assistant at the Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme.
1992 Diploma in physics specialising in physical optics and semiconductor physics.
Dissertation on „Optical and electrical passivation of gallium arsenide solar cells”. Scientific assistant in the field of silicon semiconductor technology and the technology of III-V-semiconductors.

Legal qualifications and experience

1993 - 1995 research in work sciences, economics and law at the Technical University of Munich. Diploma in patent law under Prof. R. Kraßer on the subject of „Exhaustion of patent rights as a result of the marketing of products according to patent practise”.
1996 - 1999 Trained as German Patent Attorney at a long-established patent law firm in Munich.
1998 Practical experience in the patent departments at Texas Instruments Inc., USA in Dallas and Houston.
1999 Authorisation as German Patent Attorney and 2000 as European Patent Attorney.
2000 - 2002 Partner in this patent law firm in Munich.

Specialisations in Intellectual Property Law

Gert Habermann specialises in obtaining, enforcing and defending protective rights in the fields of microelectronics, telecommunication technology, communication engineering, information technology, semiconductors, circuitry, computer technology, software, mechanics and automotive technology. Other specialisations include licensing, innovation transfer, due-diligences and evaluation in international trade mark development.