I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.
Natalya Hartmann has experience in a wide variety of technical fields such as electronic and optoelectronic devices, optics, semiconductor device physics, IC fabrication, nanotechnology, conditional access systems and digital rights management, information and communications technology, computer graphics, telecommunications (including standards) and mobile devices.
Natalya's graduate work at Stanford University included research on solar cells and at the University of Texas at Arlington on nonlinear optics. After finishing the graduate studies in the U.S. followed by an internship at a research lab at Siemens in Erlangen, Germany, Natalya worked at top ranked patent law firms in Palo Alto, California and in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
As a qualified European patent attorney and a U.S. patent agent, Natalya is able to combine her engineering understanding with the legal knowledge of the European and the U.S. patent systems in order to provide the optimal protection for each invention in view of the business and the strategy of each client. In addition to patent preparation and prosecution work before the U.S. and European Patent offices, Natalya has extensive experience in litigation in the Netherlands as well as in assessing validity, infringement, and freedom to operate.
BS, University of Texas at Arlington, Electrical Engineering, summa cum laude
MS, University of Texas at Arlington, Electrical Engineering
MS, Stanford University, Materials Science and Engineering
European Patent Office
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office