Dr. André Nock

Graduate Physicist

In December 2016, André Nock joined the firm von Rohr as a patent attorney trainee with the aim of becoming a patent attorney.

André Nock conducted his doctoral studies at the Queen Mary University of London, for which he was awarded the doctoral degree (Ph.D.). Prior to that, he studied physics at the University of Duisburg-Essen and successfully graduated in 2012.

Both in the doctoral studies and for his previous graduation thesis, André Nock conducted research in the field of quantum chaos, an interdisciplinary branch of physics that investigates how chaotic behaviour manifests on the atomic scale. André Nock was in particular concerned with theoretical models on quantum chaotic scattering systems which, amongst others, have an application in wireless data transmission. The gained insights led to publications in renowned scientific journals as well as participations at international conferences with interdisciplinary topics from physics, mathematics and communications engineering.

Dr. André Nock

Graduate Physicist

In December 2016, André Nock joined the firm von Rohr as a patent attorney trainee with the aim of becoming a patent attorney.

André Nock conducted his doctoral studies at the Queen Mary University of London, for which he was awarded the doctoral degree (Ph.D.). Prior to that, he studied physics at the University of Duisburg-Essen and successfully graduated in 2012.

Both in the doctoral studies and for his previous graduation thesis, André Nock conducted research in the field of quantum chaos, an interdisciplinary branch of physics that investigates how chaotic behaviour manifests on the atomic scale. André Nock was in particular concerned with theoretical models on quantum chaotic scattering systems which, amongst others, have an application in wireless data transmission. The gained insights led to publications in renowned scientific journals as well as participations at international conferences with interdisciplinary topics from physics, mathematics and communications engineering.