David Muller-Wiesner

David Mueller-Wiesner

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Overview

David Müller-Wiesner holds a Masters in Engineering with First Class Honours in Mechanical Engineering. His research focussed on material characterisation, particularly impact and high strain rate testing during which he designed and manufactured upgrades for impact towers and Split-Hopkinson pressure bar facilities.

Prior to joining Spruson & Ferguson in 2016, David founded a startup business in the field of composite materials and worked in the Methods of Analysis Team for a tier 1 aerospace supplier. He has also completed internships for an airframe manufacturer in Germany and in various research roles at European universities.

David works in the field of mechanical engineering patents and registered designs and has recently completed a Master of Intellectual Property.

David is a qualified Australian and New Zealand Patent Attorney as well as a qualified Australian Trade mark Attorney.


David Mueller-Wiesner's Insights
Kickstarting Crowd-sourced Funding in Australia
Introduction Legislation aimed at providing Australian innovators with alternative funding means was reintroduced to Parliament in late November. The Corporations Amendment (Crowd-sourced Funding) Bill 2016 forms part of the Australian...
Introduction Legislation aimed at providing Australian innovators with alternative funding means was reintroduced to Parliament in late November. The Corporations...
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