Dr. Wolfgang Lippich is a German Patent Attorney as well as a European Patent, Trademark and Design Attorney.
He studied physics in Munich and Geneva with honours and attained a doctorate in experimental particle physics at CERN (where the World Wide Web was invented). Inspired by his family background he then entered the world of patents.
As a patent attorney, his special interest lies in prosecuting, defending and enforcing patents in the fields of computer science and telecommunications, electrical engineering (e.g. electronics, electric drives, HV technology), and mechanical engineering (e.g. hybrid drives, wind turbines).
Dr. Wolfgang Lippich carries on professional training in the field of computer science. He has acquired advanced-training certificates from the University of Applied Science of Trier in the fields of IT networks, databases, IT security, embedded systems, data structures and algorithms, object-oriented programming, parallel and distributed processing, graphical user interfaces, image processing and pattern recognition, software engineering, and theoretical computer science.
He is a member of the German Society for Intellectual Property (GRUR), the German Physical Society (DPG) and the German Society for Computer Science (GI).