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.


German, English


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)