Chemist ∙ Ph.D.
German Patent Attorney
European Patent and Trademark Attorney
Professional Representative before the Unified Patent Court
2023 Admission as Professional Representative before the Unified Patent Court
2021 Admission as professional representative before the European Patent Office (EPO)
2019 Associate at Müller Schupfner & Partner
2019 Admission as professional representative before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
2019 Admission as Patent Attorney
2015 Ph.D. in Chemistry at The University of Auckland, New Zealand
2011 Internship at BASF, Ludwigshafen, Germany; Preparation of novel fungicides and pesticides
2011 graduated in chemistry (Dipl. Chem.) at Free University of Berlin, Germany
Nils‘ day-to-day work includes all areas of IP, i.e. patent examination and appeal proceedings, drafting of patent applications, trademark law, employee invention law, licenses and non-disclosure agreements and contracts on cooperation in R&D.
Nils studied chemistry at the Free University of Berlin and at the University of Heidelberg. His doctoral research which he conducted at the University of Auckland / New Zealand concentrated on the development of Novel Divalent and Irreversibly-Binding Ligands for the CB1 Cannabinoid GPCR.
- Polymer chemistry
- Pharmaceutical compositions
- Medical technology
- Chemical system and process technology
- SiC ceramics
- Textile processing technology
- Foundry engineering
- 3D printing
Supervision of patent applications in examination procedure worldwide, drafting of patent applications, opposition and appeal proceedings before the patent authorities, trademark applications, trademark oppositions
„Divalent Cannabinoid-1 Receptor Ligands: A Linker Attachment Point Survey of SR141716A for Development of High-Affinity CB1R Molecular Probes”
Grant, P., Kahlcke, N., Govindpani, K., Hunter, M., MacDonald, C., Brimble, M., Glass, M., Furkert, D.; Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2019, 29(21), 126644.
„Tricarbonyltechnetium(I) and -rhenium(I) complexes with N′-thiocarbamoylpicolylbenzamidines”
Oehlke, E., Nguyen, H., Kahlcke, N., Deflon, V., Abram, Ulrich; Polyhedron 2012, 40(1), 153 – 158.
„Triflic Acid Catalyzed Reductive Coupling Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds with O-, S-, and N-Nucleophiles”
Gellert, B., Kahlcke, N., Feurer, M., Roth, S.; Chemistry – A European Journal 2011, 17(43), 12203 – 12209.