High Tech Team<br><br><br><br>
High Tech Team

Technologie at the 
highest level.

Closely connected

The High Tech Team at AOMB exists specifically for companies and knowledge and research institutions engaged in the high-tech sector, including telecommunications, software/algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, integrated circuits, robotisation, nanotechnology and optics.

High tech technology is typically characterized by a high degree of complexity. very complex. Our experts keep abreast of the latest state of the art and are used to absorbing complex subject-matter quickly. They gain a firm grounding in the underlying concepts so that they can deliver quality in cost-effective ways.

In the event of unwanted lawsuits, the High Tech Team has wide experience working with IP attorneys conducting patent litigation, both for SMEs and big multinationals. The High Tech Team also has extensive knowledge in the field of international patent registration procedures.

Would you like to discuss this further, without commitment?
If so, please contact Teun van Berkel, team lead High Tech.

Our High Tech team
The High-Tech Team offers a sound combination of knowledge and experience of complex technologies, including telecommunications, software/algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, integrated circuits, robotisation, nanotechnologies and optics.

Meet the experts who look forward to working on your IP strategy:

Teun van Berkel: European patent attorney, Junior Partner
Ruben Tavernier: European patent attorney
Rutger Valkonet: European patent attorney, Partner
Bert Kneepkens: European patent attorney, Junior Partner
Weili Ma: Chinese patent attorney, trainee European patent attorney
Shreeshankar Varma: Trainee European patent attorney
Gilbert Schmitz: Patent engineer

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Standard-Essential Patents

Standard-Essential Patents

Technical standards are essential to ensure future interoperability. Our High Tech experts have broad experience interpreting these standards. We also have the knowledge and tools in-house to make sure granted patent rights actually ‘map’ to the technical standard.


It’s a common misconception that patents are not feasible for software. Nowadays, an increasing amount of patent rights are obtained directed to software and/or on aspects relating to algorithms: a truly unique opportunity for protection.


Traditional electrophysics is no longer the leading edge technology. In present-day industry it has branched into specialisms in semiconductors, nano, robotics, mobility and controls. Our experts have gained practical experience as developers in electronic engineering and therefore understand this technology better than anyone else.