Patent Engineers

Humphrey Morhenn’s main areas of practice include the fields of mechanics, robotics, telecommunications, thin film deposition technology, and physics. He particularly has extensive knowledge in the areas of semiconductor physics, polymer physics, electron microscopy as well as x-ray and neutron technology, which is brought into play in the prosecution of patents. His main areas of practice also include drafting patent applications, providing support and assistance in grant proceedings, as well as defending and attacking patents in opposition proceedings. He also drafts opinions on the infringement and validity of patents and enforces IP rights in patent infringement proceedings.


Humphrey Morhenn has produced multiple scientific publications.


Dr. Humphrey Morhenn is a member of the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (GRUR), and of the German Physics Society (DPG).

 

 

Career

2006-2009

Student assistant at GP Solar GmbH in Constance, Germany

2010-2011

Scientific assistant at Germany’s national neutron source “Forschungs-Neutronenquelle Heinz Maier-Leibnitz” of the Technical University of Munich, Germany

2011-2013

Scientific assistant ato the Chair for Crystallography and Structural Physics of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany

Since 2013

Technical expert and Trainee patent attorney at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Munich, Germany


Education

2004-2010

Degree in Physics (Dipl.-Phys.) at the University of Konstanz, Germany specializing in semiconductor physics and technology, and thesis in the field of photovoltaics & applied solid state physics

2010-2014

Ph.D. (Dr. rer. nat.) with summa cum laude with the Chair for Experimental Physics IV at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, with a research focus on soft matter physics, and particularly on molecular liquids

2014-2016

Law for patent attorneys at the FernUniversität, Hagen, Germany

2016

Patent law training at the Regional Court of Mannheim, the German Patent and Trademark Office and the German Federal Patent Court

Languages

German, English

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