Johannes Möller’s main areas of practice include drafting and prosecution of patents before the European Patent Office and the German Patent and Trademark Office in the fields of mechanical engineering (e.g. sports equipment), telecommunications (e.g. mobile communication standards), semiconductors (e.g. mobile communication equipment) and computer hardware/software. A further focus of his work relates to opposition proceedings before the EPO, also in coordination with parallel proceedings in other jurisdictions. 

Through several years of international experience in scientific research in experimental and computational condensed matter physics, Johannes Möller has acquired broad expertise in solid state physics, semiconductors, scientific instrumentation, big data, mechanics, and computer hardware/software. Johannes Möller also has an understanding of economic aspects, already during his time in Oxford and at ETH, he was responsible for managing his own research funding (equivalent to over EUR 200k), allowing him to develop his own projects.

Patent Engineer, trainee patent attorney
Location: Munich
Languages: German, English, Spanish
Born 1987
Publications

Johannes Möller has authored over two dozen publications in the fields of experimental and computational solid state physics.

Lectures & Seminars

Johannes Möller has given contributed and invited talks on experimental and computational solid state physics at about a dozen international conferences throughout Europe and the United States.

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Condensed Matter Physics, Master of Physics (MPhys).

2017
2017 - today

Patent engineer and trainee patent attorney at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Munich, Germany

2014
2014 - 2017

Postdoctoral Fellow and ETH (Marie Curie) Fellow (2015-2016), Laboratory for Solid State Physics, ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Research in experimental solid state physics, especially quantum magnetism, at ETH and at several laboratories throughout Europe and the United States. Successful bid for own research funding of CHF 220k. Head teaching assistant for a large lecture course.

2013
2013 - 2014

EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellow, Department of Physics, University of Oxford, UK. Successful bid for own research funding of over GBP 20k.

2010
2010 - 2013

Doctor of Philosophy in Condensed Matter Physics (with Commendation), Merton College and Department of Physics, University of Oxford, UK. Research in experimental and computational solid state physics, especially magnetism and superconductivity, in Oxford and at international research laboratories throughout Europe. Tutor at Mansfield and Merton College.

2006
2006 - 2010

Master of Physics (First Class Honours), St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford, UK.