European Patent and Trademark Attorney
Dr. Hanjo Heinrich studied Chemistry at the Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, Bonn. Given his passion for technology, his degree dissertation and his doctorate thesis were based on physical chemistry and related to research into catalytic transitional states by means of nuclear spin resonance spectroscopy. Following his professional training as a patent attorney in our firm, Dr. Heinrich successfully qualified to be called as a German Patent Attorney in 2005; he was admitted to practice before the European Patent Office in 2006. Dr. Heinrich became a partner in 2008 and now represents our clients in particular, in the technical fields of mechanical and plant engineering and process technology.