John Lindemann is a registered patent agent whose practice focuses on patent prosecution in fields such as semiconductor devices and manufacturing, optical devices and systems, novel materials, manufacturing processes and techniques, consumer electronics, lighting systems, medical devices, sports equipment and gaming systems. His industry experience includes process and device engineering, fabrication methods and materials, process equipment, surface analysis, process integration, yield enhancement and modeling, failure analysis, defect reduction, optical metrology, testing, and electronic and optical packaging, including light coupling to and from optical fiber.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Lindemann was a patent agent in the Boulder, Colorado office of a national law firm. Prior to practicing as a patent agent, he worked in engineering and management roles for Intel, Motorola, National Semiconductor, and Vitesse Seminconductor supporting product lines such as dynamic and static RAMs, EPROM and EEPROM memories, programmable logic devices, digital and mixed signal ASICs, in silicon and GaAs technologies. Mr. Lindemann supported design, development and high-speed characterization of Si, GaAs, and InGaAs/InP photodetectors at Cielo Communications. He holds three U.S. Patents in the field of high-speed photodetectors.
Whitman College, B.A., Physics (1977)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2003)
Coal Creek Ranch Homeowners Association, Board of Directors, Past Member and Vice President
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