Franz Weinert

Patent Attorney Candidate

Dr. rer. nat., Dipl.-Phys.

Franz Weinert has been a patent attorney candidate at df-mp since 2018. His scientific background complements our expertise in the fields of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and biotechnology. His focus in practice is on European and German patent prosecution, opposition proceedings and patent litigation as well as on the preparation of patent infringement and validity opinions.

+ 49 89 210 296 0
franz.weinert@df-mp.com

Franz Weinert has been a patent attorney candidate at df-mp since 2018. His scientific background complements our expertise in the fields of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and biotechnology. His focus in practice is on European and German patent prosecution, opposition proceedings and patent litigation as well as on the preparation of patent infringement and validity opinions.

practice areas.

references and activities.

  • Author of scientific publications

curriculum vitae.

Since 2018
Since 2018

Patent attorney candidate at df-mp

2014-2018
2014-2018

Senior scientist in Applied Physics and Biotechnology, Caltech, USA.

2009-2014
2009-2014

Postdoc, in Applied Physics, Caltech, USA.

2009
2009

Doctorate Degree in Biophysics, LMU Munich, (summa cum laude).

2005
2005

Diploma Degree in Physics, LMU Munich.

publications.

  • M. Weinert, R. C. Brewster et al., Scaling of Gene Expression with Transcription-Factor Fugacity, PRL 113 (2014).
  • M. Weinert, R. C. Brewster et al., The Transcription Factor Titration Effect Dictates Level of Gene Expression, Cell 156 (2014).
  • M. Weinert, C. B. Mast and D. Braun, Optical fluid and biomolecule transport with thermal fields, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13 (2011).
  • M. Weinert and D. Braun, An Optical Conveyor for Molecules, Nano Lett. 9 (2009).
  • M. Weinert, M. Wühr and D. Braun, Light driven microflow in ice, Appl. Phys. Lett. (2009).
  • M. Weinert, J. A. Kraus, T. Franosch, and D. Braun, Microscale Fluid Flow Induced by Thermoviscous Expansion Along a Traveling Wave, PRL 100, 164501 (2008).
  • M. Weinert and D. Braun, Optically driven fluid flow along arbitrary microscale patterns using thermoviscous expansion, J. Appl. Phys. 104 (2008).
  • M. Weinert and D. Braun, Observation of Slip Flow in Thermophoresis, PRL 101 (2008).
  • Baaske, F. M. Weinert et al., Extreme accumulation of nucleotides in simulated hydrothermal pore systems, PNAS 104 (2007).