Dr. Alexander Ruschke
Dr. Alexander Ruschke has been a patent engineer at the firm RUSCHKE MADGWICK SEIDE & KOLLEGEN since February 2015. He is currently working as a German and a European Patent Attorney trainee.
Alexander Ruschke’s patent-related duties so far have included dealing with notifications at the German Patent and Trade Mark Office and at the European Patent Office. He also works on writing patent applications in various technical areas. On top of this, he helps in opposition and appeal proceedings and takes part in infringement proceedings. In parallel to this he is studying Law for Patent Attorneys at the University of Hagen and is simultaneously preparing for the European Qualifying Exams.
Alexander Ruschke studied Physics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and graduated in 2010 with a Diplom. He then started working on a doctorate in the subject area of high energy physics, developing during his doctoral thesis a detector for high energy particles which resolves spatially in two dimensions. During his doctorate he had the opportunity to undertake several research placements at the European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN in Geneva and was able, among other things, to test the detector of high energy particle radiation developed by him and his group. His doctoral thesis in experimental physics encompassed work in the areas of eletronics development, measurements in the range of nanoseconds and programming. He knows the programming languages C, C++ and HTML5.
Languages and Memberships
Alexander Ruschke is a student member of the EPI. He speaks English and German and can understand Spanish.