Andreas Märtl
M. Sc. (TUM)

Patent Professional



  • Active in industrial property since November 2018


  • Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Electrical and Information Technology at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with a focus on nanoelectronics
  • Research paper entitled "Impact of selected buffer on the working order of a dopamine biosensor based on a functionalized electrolyte-gated carbon-nanotube field-effect transistor (FET)" and master's thesis on "Solution based biosensors for DNA sensing" at the Chair of Nanoelectronics at TUM
  • Training since November 2018 as a German and European patent attorney

Technical specialties

  • Biosensors
  • Nanotechnology
  • Renewable energies
  • Fuel cells
  • IOT, AI and machine learning

Legal fields

  • Formulation of applications, replies and oppositions for the
  • German Patent and Trademark Office or the European Patent Office
  • German and European Trademark Law
  • Patent searches


  • German
  • English


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