We welcome two new employees in Aarhus
We proudly announce that we have hired a European Patent Attorney and an attorney trainee for the physics/electronics team at our office in Aarhus.
Martin Lorentzen is a European Patent Attorney with 10 years of experience in the IP profession. Martin’s experience includes counselling of industry and university clients within physics, nanotechnology, mechanics, materials science and optics. Martin holds a ph.d. degree in nano science. He conducted his studies in Aarhus, Berlin and Basel. Prior to entering the IP profession he occupied a postdoc position at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center at the University of Aarhus. He qualified as a European Patent Attorney in 2013, and he has passed the epi/CEIPI Diploma Course on Patent Litigation in Europe.
Ibrahim Öztoprak holds an MSc degree in electrical engineering, having specialized in electrical energy systems and power system components, more specifically in grid dynamics and voltage stability in the grid. He has been employed as a teaching assistant at the Aarhus School of Engineering and as a student worker at Lödige Scandinavia, where he contributed to the deployment of Europe’s largest automated parking system.