Mr. Müller studied technical physics with focus on experimental physics at the Technical University of Vienna, Austria, where he received his degree (equivalent to M.Sc.) in 2004. Additionally, Mr. Müller attended several semesters of electrical engineering and computer science. The master thesis of Mr. Müller related to electron beam induced deposition of solids from the gaseous phase.
After his studies Mr. Müller joined Infineon Technologies AG in Munich and worked there as a failure analysis engineer for several years. He was responsible for the electrical and physical analysis of faulty semiconductor devices as well as the development of new analysis methods. During his work at Infineon Technologies AG Mr. Müller obtained an in-depth knowledge in the field of semiconductor technology.
Mr. Müller completed his training in the area of intellectual property rights while working for the renowned international law firm Schoppe located in Pullach/Munich, Germany. During this time, Mr. Müller was mainly engaged in mobile communications, cellular networks as well as audio and video coding.
Mr. Müller is a qualified German Patent Attorney, European Patent Attorney and European Trademark and Design Attorney.