Dipl.-Phys. Dr. Cornelia Müller Patent Attorney European Patent Attorney European Trademark and Design Attorney Areas of Practice National and international patents and utility models with emphasis on measuring technique, physical technology, data processing, automotive engineering, medical technology, materials science, printing technology, security technology as well as trademarks and designs; Prosecution, infringement and validity litigation, licensing, law relating to inventions of employees. Professional Development 2009 Partner of KEIL & SCHAAFHAUSEN 2005 Admission as German Patent Attorney 2003 Admission as European Patent Attorney 1999 to 2003 Employee in the IP department of Robert Bosch GmbH and the law department of Bundesdruckerei GmbH 1995 to 1998 Graduation (Dr. rer. nat.) at the Max-Planck-Institute for Metals Research Stuttgart, research visits at the University of Wisconsin, USA and the University of Aberdeen 1996 to 1998 Distance postgraduate studies in medical physics and technology at the University of Kaiserslautern, Germany 1994 Research visit at the University of California at Berkeley 1989 to 1996 Studies of physics at the Technical University of Chemnitz and the University Hannover, Germany Languages German, English, Russian Personal Information 1971 born in Berlin Cornelia Müller rests her advisory activity on various technical experiences and well-substantiated academic education in physics and medical technology. She worked with automotive industry, with a high-security company having a long tradition, with software industry, and was involved in the development of new materials (ceramics, semiconductors). Cornelia Müller gained her practice in the field of intellectual property in industry and patent attorney firms. She significantly contributed to the organisation of the IP department of Bundesdruckerei GmbH. Cornelia Müller is a member of scientific and professional organizations, such as GRUR, FICPI, VPP and the German Physical Society. Cornelia Müller is married and has three children.
|Product Type: Condiment servers and ramekins||Material: Porcelain|
|Shape: Square||Microwave Safe: Yes|
|Dishwasher Safe: Yes||Country of Manufacture: Germany|
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For Kahla, innovation means producing solutions that go beyond inflexible processes and the conventions of yesterday. Solutions that are produced economically, ecologically and are ultimately affordable. With this challenge, Kahla has set out to create a new dimension to eating, to enjoyment and to hospitality. By means of design competitions and workshops Kahla is in a permanent dialogue with a host of ambitious avant-garde minds. The fact that Kahla are asked again and again by young innovative designers to enter into partnerships proves to us that we know what you want.
More than 40 design prizes in ten years – two numbers that underscore KAHLA/Thüringen Porzellan’s success story. In 2003 alone Kahla won an impressive ten awards, for the most part for our product design, but their marketing activities and packaging were also singled out for glory. Kahla is rightly proud of the numerous red dot awards and German Designer Club prizes. Kahla is particularly pleased that their porcelain even picked up awards in the USA (in 2004 in the renowned IDEA competition) and in 1999 and 2002 the Good Design Award in Japan.