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).
Dr. Wolfgang Lippich also studied computer science at Trier University of Applied Science and is a Master of Computer Science with a thesis on quantum computing. Topics covered in depth in his computer science studies include IT networks, databases, IT security, embedded systems, Android programming, data structures and algorithms, parallel and distributed processes, image processing, deep learning, software engineering and theoretical computer science.
As a patent attorney, he has gained extensive experience in obtaining, defending and enforcing patents, including the elimination of wrongfully granted patents in the fields of information technology and telecommunications, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. In many inter partes opposition, nullity and patent infringement proceedings, Dr. Wolfgang Lippich has successfully represented various internationally important companies.
He is a member of the German Society for Intellectual Property (GRUR) and the German Physical Society (DPG).