Mr. Dallmannís practice area focuses on assisting with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications.
Mr. Dallmannís practice focuses on electrical engineering, software and mechanical patents as well as exploring the field of renewable energy. He has worked with industry leaders such as Intel, Motorola and IBM.
Federal District Court - Western District of Wisconsin, 2007
Prior Professional Experience
University of Wisconsin Law School
Court of Appeals Project
Mr. Dallmann acted as appellate advocate for indigent clients on behalf of the State of Wisconsin Public Defender's Office.
Component Designer/Design Manager
Mr. Dallmann designed and verified memory circuits used in server and workstation products. He completed three designs used in a dozen products spanning three technology generations. Mr. Dallmann also managed a design team, mentored junior engineers, developed design methodologies and translated designs into next-generation technologies.
Mr. Dallmann designed a silicon-on-insulator (SOI) test vehicle. He modified existing traditional memory design for manufacture using SOI technology. Mr. Dallmann worked closely with Research and Development as well as supervising mask designers. He also led efforts to export in-house memory designs for fabrication in external silicon foundries.
As an intern, Mr. Dallmann supported development of hard drive card electronics, tested network communication hardware and wrote software for submarine sonar systems.
Presentations and Publications
D. Dallmann and K. Shenai, Scaling Constraints Imposed by Self-Heating in Submicron SOI MOSSFETs, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, vol. 42, pp. 489-496, Mar. 1994.
D. Dallmann and K. Shinai, Effects of Self-Heating in Submicron VLSI SOI Devices, International Reliability Workshop, 1994 International Reliability Workshop, pp. 83-89.
Honors and Awards
Best Appellate Brief, Heffernan Moot Court competition, University of Wisconsin Law School, 2006
Member, University of Wisconsin Law moot court team, Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition (trademark and unfair law)
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