Dr. Sylvia Nicht
Dr. Sylvia Nicht studied chemistry at TU Dresden, with a further specialisation in Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. During the period of her diploma thesis she focused on the enantioselective synthesis of the heterobicyclic core of pharmacologically active squalestatines.
She continued working on this research topic for her PhD thesis under supervision of Prof. Dr. Peter Metz, TU Dresden and, for a period of 4 months, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. David Procter at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Manchester, UK.
After obtaining her PhD degree in 2009, Sylvia gained a Postdoc position at the Institute of Applied Photophysics (IAPP) at TU Dresden, working at the synthesis and application of self-assembling p-dopands for OLEDs and organic transistors, in cooperation with the Novaled GmbH.
Her research resulted in recently granted European and US patents.
Since 2015 she is working as patent professional for Kailuweit & Uhlemann, supporting our patent attorneys with scientific and technical expertise and additionally preparing for the qualification as European Patent Attorney.
Sylvia is highly experienced in patent search, preparing and filing patent applications and supporting patent prosecution of national and international patents, particularly in the fields of chemistry, biochemistry and chemical engineering.
Her working languages are German and English.