Dr. Huber studied physics at the Technical University of Munich. His studies focused on semiconductor physics and quantum physics. He completed his degree in 1999 with his diploma thesis on local laser induced processing of thin-film semiconductors. From 1999 to 2000 Dr. Huber worked at the TU Munich in a collaborative research center for bioorganic functional systems on solids. In particular, he studied the passivation of silicon surfaces and the electronic functionalization of in-plane-gate transistors for detection of lipid layers and cells.

He received his doctorate in 2009 at the Walter Schottky Institut of the Technical University Munich for his thesis on “Tunnel Spectroscopy in the Quantum Hall Regime”. Dr. Huber carried out his thesis in collaboration with the Walther Meissner Institute for Low Temperature Research, where he studied electronic quantum phenomena in low-dimensional semiconductor structures in high magnetic fields.

Dr. Huber qualified as a German Patent Attorney in 2007 and as a European Patent Attorney in 2008, after he was trained at Müller-Boré, the German Patent and Trademark Office, and the German Federal Patent Court.

Dr. Huber has been with Müller-Boré since 2004, and became a partner in 2011.

Dr. Huber specializes in physics, in particular solid state and semiconductor physics, optics, electronics, and computer implemented inventions.