Armin joined Dehns in 2021 as a Technical Assistant after completing a PhD in Material Science at Imperial College London. His research focused on the nucleation and microstructure of βSn in lead free solders, particularly in the presence of intermetallic compounds. Prior to this, Armin graduated from Imperial College London with a first class MEng degree in Materials Science and Engineering.
Armin assists a wide range of clients from multinational companies with international patent portfolios, to small enterprises and individual inventors. A particular area of interest includes working with researchers from Universities and associated Technology Transfer Offices (TTO) from around Europe, including Norway and the Baltic states.
Armin works in a range of technical fields of engineering and sciences. Particular areas of technology include commercial and residential refrigeration, oil and gas, sensor systems, gas turbine engines, constructions systems, access control devices, as well as in vivo and ex vivo medical devices an medical diagnosis systems.
MEng, Materials Science & Engineering (First Class Honours), Imperial College London, 2016
PhD, Material Science, Imperial College London, 2021 (Thesis title: Nucleation and Microstructure Study of βSn in Lead-Free Solders)