Dr. Jacekas Antulis
Doctor's degree in Physical Sciences from the Faculty of Physics of Vilnius University
Master's degrees in Physics from the Faculty of Physics of Vilnius University
Bachelor's degrees in Physics from the Faculty of Physics of Vilnius University
Areas of practice
Protection of inventions in the fields of mechanics, electronics, laser physics and IT
Lithuanian, Russian, English, Polish, French
Between 1996 – 2008 Jacekas Antulis worked in EKSMA Group companies in the positions of Sales Representative, Technical Engineer, Project Manager, and Project Manager in the Development Division. During his twelve years of work, Jacekas Antulis acquired considerable experience communicating and working with customers of the Group worldwide: in Europe, the US and Asia. He represented EKSMA Group companies in international exhibitions in the fields of laser products and scientific solutions in Germany, Switzerland, Russia and the US.
From 2008 Jacekas Antulis worked in METIDA Law Firm of Reda Zaboliene in the position of a Patent Consultant and since 2013 he has been the Head of the Patent Division in the firm.
Jacekas Antulis also advises interested persons in the Patent Clinics on protection of inventions, presents at universities and business parks, prepares seminars for clients, takes part in various seminars and exhibitions related to intellectual property and realisation / commercialisation of inventions. He also writes articles on the protection of inventions.
In 1996 Jacekas Antulis defended his final thesis for a Bachelor’s degree in the field of Nuclear Physics and Spectroscopy, he also accepted internships in the SRS Daresbury Laboratory (Great Britain) and in a Swedish university. In 1998 Jacekas Antulis defended his final thesis for a Master’s degree in the field of Quantum Electronics, and in 2003 defended his doctoral thesis for a Doctorate in Physical Sciences in the field of Solid State Electronics “Electrophotographic processes in the photoreceptors with electric charge transporting material of double hydrazone derivatives”.
In 2012 Jacekas Antulis became a member of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI).