Luciano Bosotti received his degree in Electronic Engineering from the Turin Technical University in 1976. The recipient of patents himself, he began his career in the area of intellectual property as a corporate patent attorney and has been active for over 40 years in the profession. His experience covers all areas of intellectual property law, including litigation, prosecution and client counseling. He has been a frequent speaker, lecturer and writer on intellectual property law topics. His main areas of expertise are information and media technology, artificial intelligence, telecommunications, computers, software-related inventions, semiconductor devices, medical and biomedical devices, sanitary products, food-related technology and automated packaging machinery.
Admitted to practice before the Italian Patent and Trademark Office, the European Patent Office, the EUIPO and a member of AIPPI and FICPI, Mr. Bosotti is fluent in English, German and French. He is a past president of the Board of Directors of Italy's professional institute of Patent Attorneys (Ordine dei Consulenti in Proprietà Industriale) and a former member of SACEPO (Standing Advisory Committee of the EPO).
Giorgio Crovini received his degree in Electronic Engineering in 1991 and received a Ph.D. degree in Physics in 1995, both from the Turin Technical University. Since then he has been active in private practice gaining significant experience in all areas of intellectual property law. He has been a lecturer on intellectual property law topics, his main areas of expertise being electronics, electronic devices and integrated electronics, optical and optoelectronic devices, telecommunications, consumer electronics with special reference to television and household appliances. He is also the author or co- author of more than thirty publications in the field of amorphous optoelectronic devices.
Admitted to practice before the Italian Patent and Trademark Office, the European Patent Office as well as the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office), Mr. Crovini is fluent in English, with knowledge of German and French.
Tassilo Meindl received his degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from the Technical University of Munich in 2003, a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Intellectual Property from the Turin University and the WIPO Worldwide Academy in 2004, and a Ph.D. degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the Turin Technical University in 2007. He is the author or co- author of several publications in the field of data fusion and intelligent sensor devices.
His experience includes periods of residence with leading US firms specializing in intellectual property law and covers litigation, prosecution and client counseling. His main areas of expertise are electronics, electronic devices, integrated circuits, microprocessors, networking and internet-related technologies, telecommunications, data processing and software-related inventions.
Admitted to practice as Patent and Trademark Attorney before the Italian Patent and Trademark Office, the European Patent Office as well as the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office), Mr. Meindl is fluent in German and English.
Alberto Ferrero received his Master Degree in Nanotechnologies for ICTs in 2016 after studying at the Polytechnic Institutes of Torino, Grenoble and Lausanne, and carrying out his thesis at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich. After graduation, he worked at an automobile manufacturer for about one year, being involved in the development of human-machine interfaces. He joined the firm in 2017.
Mr. Ferrero is, at present, enrolled as trainee before the Italian Patent and Trademark Office and the European Patent Office. He speaks fluent English, with also good knowledge of French.
Giovanna Campogiani graduated in Electronic Engineering in 2014 and obtained a PhD in Particle Accelerators Physics in 2018, both at Sapienza University of Rome. Her research experience includes periods of activity at excellence research institutions including the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN), the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) and the FERMI laboratory in Trieste. She is author and co-author of publications, as well as recipient of scholarships, in the fields of particle accelerators physics, additive manufacturing and innovation. In particular, her academic curriculum focused on electromagnetism, optics, electronics and data science.
Giovanna Campogiani is, at present, enrolled as trainee before the Italian Patent and Trademark Office and before the European Patent Office. She speaks English and French fluently, with also knowledge of Spanish and German.