Mr. Bischoff studied medical technology at the University of Applied Sciences (HM) in Munich. During his study time he worked in the projects, "artificial urinary bladder" and "artificial fine-sensory sphincter" which are supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) of Germany.
For his diploma thesis "development of a micro-controller-programme for regulating and controlling a medical implant" he was distinguished with the innovation award of the faculty of electrical engineering.
His main areas of expertise include embedded systems, medical technology, optics, and electronics as well as control engineering.
Mr. Bischoff joined isarpatent in 2008 and has very good linguistic proficiency in English.