Dr. sc. ETH
Clemens Moser is a German patent attorney and a representative before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
As associate of MERH-IP his practise is focussing on drafting and prosecution of German and European patent applications. In particular, Clemens works on cases related to telecommunications, analog circuit design, control engineering, communication networks, image processing, audio signal processing, cryptography, and software-based inventions.
Prior to starting his patent attorney training, Clemens was a research and teaching assistant at the Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich. His Ph.D. thesis addresses design and optimization of embedded systems, with a particular emphasis on wireless sensor networks. Several international publications resulted from his research.
Clemens received the B.Sc. and Dipl. Ing. degrees in electrical engineering and information technology from the Technical University of Munich (TUM). As majors, he focussed on communication technology and electronic systems. For his diploma thesis, he joined DoCoMo-Eurolabs to explore the use of adaptive antennas in wireless multihop networks.