Christoph Gyaja

Diplom-Wirtschaftsphysiker (equiv. to B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Physics)

Patent Attorney (Switzerland)
European Patent Attorney
European Patent Litigator


Head of Patent Department


Patent applications, patent prosecution, infringement analysis, patent validity analysis, freedom to operate analysis and invalidation of patents, coordination of international patent grant procedures, particularly representation in European opposition and appeal proceedings and representation in Swiss, European and international (PCT) patent grant procedures, mainly in the technical fields of general physics and mechanics, optics as well as metrology and surveying

Professional Experience


Academic Education

Studies of Physics and Economics at University of Ulm, Germany, specialising in the fields of solid-state physics, theoretical physics and surface conditioning as well as analysis and valuation of financial instruments; Degree: Diplom-Wirtschaftsphysiker

Professional Memberships

Substitute council member of European Patent Institute (epi) for Liechtenstein
Member of epi European Patent Practice Committee - EPPC
Substitute member of epi Professional Education Committee

LIPAV - Liechtensteinischer Patentanwaltsverband (Liechtenstein Patent Attorneys’ Association)
VESPA - Verband der freiberuflichen Europäischen und Schweizer Patentanwälte (Association of Freelance European and Swiss Patent Attorneys)
epi - European Patent Institute
DPG - Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (German Society of Physicists)


German, English