Jonas' research focuses on technology management and intellectual property strategies. Specifically, he investigates so-called Open IP strategies, such as Tesla Motors' patent pledge from 2014 and Toyota's patent pledge from 2015. Jonas uses agent-based modeling to replicate individual, heterogeneous firms and consumers decision-making processes in order to measure their effects on the general market.
- Intellectual Property Management / Strategies / Licensing
- Technology and Innovation Management
- Technology Diffusion
- Open Innovation
- Strategic decision-making
- Technology Life-Cycles
- Patent analytics
- Patent search algorithms
- Agent-based modeling
- Standard essential patents (SEP's) and FRAND-licensing
- European and German Intellectual Property law, specifically patent law
Jonas is a 2nd year PhD student at the Centre for Technology Management, Institute for Manufacturing and is supervised by Dr Frank Tietze and advised by Dr Letizia Mortara. He obtained a M.Sc. in Technology Management from the University of Stuttgart and a B.Eng. (Patent Engineering) from the OTH Amberg-Weiden. Jonas worked in the patent and innovation departments of BMW and Daimler and was a freelancer for the patent law firm Wilhelm & Beck. He was also a research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering and research assistant of the patent engineering course director in Amberg. In Cambridge, Jonas is an avid member of the Cambridge Union and member of Darwin College.
Ehrnsperger, Jonas Fabian, and Frank Tietze. 2019. “IP Pledges, Open IP or Patent Pools? Developing Taxonomies in the Thicket of Terminologies.” Cambridge, UK. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.36622