Jeremy Moller

Jeremy Moller


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Level 6, 175 Eagle St, Brisbane, QLD 4000

“I have been a part of teams seeking new technical solutions to commercial challenges in both university and consultancy settings. I understand the daily uncertainties facing innovators in software and electrical engineering, whatever environment they work in, and I want to help provide the strongest possible legal protection for their achievements.”

Jeremy is an experienced electrical and software engineer with particular expertise in the ways in which the behaviour of large groups of people can be modelled and supported with software and electrical systems. At the Queensland University of Technology Jeremy worked with the Airports of the Future research team, developing algorithms that allowed existing static airport information to be used to model queuing processes and group behaviour in Java. This was a major contribution to a software package that allowed the airport to be digitally emulated and current systems to be tested and improved.

Following this, Jeremy joined the electrical engineering consultancy, Ken Gallienne & Associates where he worked as an engineer. Jeremy worked on improving the ways that electrical infrastructure support the activities of people within a built environment, covering telecomm

unications networks, lighting, high voltage reticulation and power systems. Recently, Jeremy spent a year training as a Patent Practitioner at another Australian firm before joining Fisher Adams Kelly in 2014.

Role & Accountabilities

At Fisher Adams Kelly Callinans, Jeremy will be studying and developing his skills in drafting, filing applications and prosecution of both patent and trade mark applications, while learning from and supporting our senior colleagues in their client work. He will aim to bring his knowledge and experience of engineering consultancy to ensure the best commercial outcomes for our clients.

Qualifications & Memberships

  • Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Queensland University of Technology
  • Bachelor of Mathematics, Queensland University of Technology
  • Master of Intellectual Property, Univeristy of Technology, Sydney
  • Registered Patent and Trade Marks Attorney, Australia

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