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.