Dr. Kiebert completed his Bachelor of Science degree at the Humboldt University of Berlin and his Master of Science degree at the Technical University of Berlin in physics with a focus on semiconductor physics and photovoltaics. Dr. Kiebert completed his master’s thesis at Globalfoundries with the title “Characterization of ultrathin Hf-based gate oxide films using low-energy ion scattering”.
Dr. Kiebert worked as a research associate at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden in the Surface Dynamics department. Here he was involved in the theoretical investigation of fluid, particle and cell manipulations and the evaluation of the application areas or possibilities of surface wave for microfluidics. In 2017, Dr. Kiebert finished his work with the completion of his PhD entitled “Fluid and Particle Manipulation in Surface Wave Microfluidic Systems.”
Dr. Florian Kiebert has been working in the field of intellectual property since 2017. He is a German patent attorney (since 2021), European Patent Attorney (since 2022), and European trademark and design attorney (since 2021).
Due to his many years of scientific activity in the field of semiconductor and solid-state physics, Dr. Kiebert has diverse and in-depth knowledge, especially in the areas of semiconductor physics, semiconductor devices and surface physics.
During his work in the field of intellectual property, Dr. Kiebert has acquired special knowledge in the areas of communications engineering, telecommunications, semiconductor technology and general mechanical engineering.
Dr. Kiebert speaks German and English.