Martin Salomo graduated as a mechatronics engineer in the field of microelectronics and afterwards worked for several years in the field of maintenance of different types of machines. This was followed by studies in Mechanical Engineering at HTW Dresden, focusing on construction. During his studies, he worked for a company that designs and produces industrial fans. He created automated, scalable impeller models using AutoCAD Inventor. In his diploma thesis he investigated the driving dynamic behavior of low-floor trams using a self-created and verified model of multi-body simulation.
In 2013, Martin started working in the construction supervision of a large power plant in the Hamburg area in the field of documentation. Following this, he worked as a field engineer in the pharmaceutical industry in a globally operating company which is specialized in reproducible decontamination processes and environmental controls in closed working areas and their GMP-compliant documentation.
Since 2018, Martin works as patent professional for Kailuweit & Uhlemann. With his professional expertise, he supports our patent attorneys in the search, application for technical property rights up to possible legal actions against third parties.
His working languages are German and English.