Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Clever, LL.M.
- Automation technician and mechatronics technician
- Patent attorney
- European Patent Attorney
- European Trademark and Design Attorney
- Head of the Meschede office
Dr. Clever has accomplished his studies at the Technical University of Darmstadt and earned his degree in industrial engineering in the fields of Electronics/IT. During his studies he specialized in Automation technology and developed a method for processing visual images for the humanoid robot Asimo and a clash detection method for a driver assistance system.
During his time at the Technical University of Darmstadt where he worked as a research assistant, he also developed a new control and regulatory procedure for combustion engines and adopted moreover new error detection procedures and diagnostic methods for Common-Rail-Diesel engines. Furthermore, Dr. Clever gives lectures on “Patents – protection of technical innovations” at the University of Darmstadt.
Several years of experience in the field of automation technology, control and regulation technique made him a competent and reliable advisor for all kinds of technical areas and will give you practical as well as theoretical sound consultation for all your needs. Dr. Clever is a member of the Federal Association of German Patent Attorneys. He is married and has two children.
|Since 2015||Lecturer at the University of Darmstadt on “Patents – protection of technical innovations”|
|2014||Accreditation as European Patent Attorney|
|2013 until 2015||Studies in European industrial property rights at the Fernuniversität Hagen and a degree as LL.M.|
|Seit 2013||Partner of Habermann IP|
|2013||Accreditation as German patent attorney|
|2012 until 2014||Lecturer at the University of Darmstadt (for the engineering disciplines “Identification and dynamic systems”)|
|2012||PhD (University of Darmstadt)|
|2010 until 2013||Training in the field of industrial property rights|
|2006 until 2009||Research assistant at the Institute of automation technology, University of Darmstadt|
|2000 until 2005||Studies in industrial engineering (electrical engineering) at the University of Darmstadt; master’s degree (Diplom-Wirtschaftsingenieur)|