Bernd Holzgartner graduated in 2012 from Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany, earning a diploma in physics. In the course of his studies and a subsequent employment at TUM, Mr. Holzgartner worked on different aspects related to silicon semiconductor detector systems within the multinational collaboration of the COMPASS experiment at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).
Mr. Holzgartner was jointly responsible for further development and operation of complex silicon semiconductor detector systems and developed inter alia mechatronic control and regulation solutions as well as mechanical components for silicon semiconductor detector systems. Due to his own hands-on experience, Mr. Holzgartner has profound knowledge in the fields of semiconductor technology, cryogenic and vacuum technology, mechanical systems as well as mechanical and electrical open and closed loop control systems. Furthermore, Mr. Holzgartner has developed profound knowledge in the field of Energy Harvesting in the course of an employment at EnOcean GmbH.
In the course of his work in the area of intellectual property rights, Mr. Holzgartner has further developed profound knowledge in the fields of information technology, communication technology, telecommunication, mobile communications and digital signal processing.
Mr. Holzgartner is admitted to practice as German Patent Attorney as well as European Trademark and Design Attorney since 2016. Since 2017, Mr. Holzgartner is further admitted to practice as European Patent Attorney.
Mr. Holzgartner speaks German and English fluently.