Dr. Julia Arndt
Dr. Julia Arndt studied physics at TU Dresden and at University College London (Great Britain) with a focus on electron optics and solid-state physics. During her studies she worked as a student assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology. In her diploma thesis she dealt with the magnetic properties of a rare earth compound.
After graduation, Julia worked as a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden, where she investigated the interplay of magnetism and superconductivity in heavy-fermion systems, among other things with the aid of inelastic neutron scattering at temperatures in the millikelvin range. Research stays led her e.g. to the ILL in Grenoble, the PSI near Zurich and the FRM II in Garching.
After completing her doctorate in 2010, Julia worked in applied research and development at the Institute of Air Handling and Refrigeration gGmbH, where she was responsible for the management and practical engineering work in industrial research projects in the fields of cryogenics, energy technology and thermal machines.
Since 2015, Julia has been working as a patent professional with Kailuweit & Uhlemann. She mainly supports our patent attorneys with the drafting and prosecution of patent and utility model applications and with searches in the fields of physics and mechanical engineering, in particular optics, sensor technology, spectroscopy, thermodynamics, lightweight construction and renewable energies.
She is a member of the DPG (German Physical Society).
Her working languages are German, English and French.