Jacob Hermann is a registered patent agent who focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling in the areas of electronics and software. He works with clients to assist them in protecting their valuable inventive concepts. Jacob has created and prosecuted patent applications filed in a number of jurisdictions around the world in a variety of industries.

While attending the University of Colorado at Boulder, Jacob was an undergraduate researcher at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics where he performed analysis of Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission data; an undergraduate researcher at the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research where he operated a gas chromatography unit and compiled resulting data; and, a teaching assistant where he taught students of all ages (K-12) about different sciences including biopolymers and reverse engineering. Jacob was also an undergraduate researcher at Boston University where he examined the effects of solar wind on the Venusian ionosphere using Pioneer Venus Orbiter data.


University of Colorado at Boulder B.A. (2017) Physics and Astronomy, Minor in Space

Court Admissions

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2019)

Professional & Community Activities

Sigma Pi Sigma, Member

University of Colorado at Boulder, Tutor (2014-2015)

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