Dr. Alexander Arndt
Dr. Alexander Arndt studied physics at University of Leipzig. He wrote his diploma thesis on ‘Modification of the Transport Properties of Carbon-based Systems by Ion Bombardment’ at the Institute for Nuclear Solid State Physics (NFP) and the Institute for Superconductivity and Magnetism (SUM) of the former Institute for Experimental Physics II at University of Leipzig. Alexander acquired a deeper understanding of vacuum technology, high-voltage electronics, ion beam physics and radiation protection as well as in the fields of electrical conductivity, thin-film systems, nanotechnology, cryostatic measurement systems and low-temperature physics.
Following his studies, Alexander worked at the Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) in Braunschweig – the national metrology institute. There he was in charge of experiments in the Department of Fundamentals of Dosimetry to measure the interactions and properties of ionizing radiation with DNA material. Using one of the equipment used for this purpose, a measuring device for the preparation of DNA components and mass spectrometric analysis of fragmentation cross sections after interaction with electrons and protons, Alexander obtained his PhD at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main on the topic ‘Investigation of fragmentation processes of biomolecular substances after interaction with ionizing radiation using specially developed measuring equipment and COLTRIMS’.
Alexander has been working for Kailuweit & Uhlemann since 2018 and supports our patent attorneys in the preparation and prosecution of applications for intellectual property rights up to the grant and enforcement of such rights.
His working languages are German and English.