After obtaining his PhD in Physics from the Ruperto-Carola-University of Heidelberg, Germany, Marcus started his training as a patent attorney in 2019 at a different firm, joined Dehns in 2022 and qualified as a German Patent Attorney in 2023.
Marcus advises on all aspects of the patent process, including drafting applications, prosecution in multiple jurisdictions and post-grant proceedings before the German Patent and Trademark Office (DPMA) and the European Patent Office (EPO). His work
The majority of Marcus’ clients are multinationals in Germany, the US, China and Japan as well as small/medium sized companies.
Marcus’ expertise as a patent attorney includes: mechanical engineering, control engineering, automation of technical processes, electrical engineering, optics, microscopy, medical technology and OCT.
German Patent Attorney, 2007
Marcus is also currently training for the European Qualifying Examination.
PhD, Ruperto-Carola-University of Heidelberg, Germany, 2019
Thesis on plasmonic probing of the metal-hydride transition of nanoparticles
Master of Science (Physics), University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2016
Bachelor of Science (Physics), University of Regensburg, Germany, 2014
Marcus is fluent in German and English.