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Ulrich Klostermann
Daniel Braun, Rainer Leuschner, Ulrich Klostermann: MRAM with magnetic via for storage of information and field sensor. Infineon Technologies, Altis Semiconductor, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, August 15, 2006: US07092284 (46 worldwide citation)

A magnetic memory element is disclosed. The magnetic memory element includes a magnetic via for storing information, made of a magnetic material and being vertically oriented relative to a wafer surface on which the magnetic memory element is formed, the magnetic via having a magnetic anisotropy wit ...


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Ulrich Klostermann
Rainer Leuschner, Daniel Braun, Gill Yong Lee, Ulrich Klostermann: Magnetic memory with static magnetic offset field. Infineon Technologies, Altis Semiconductor, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, July 11, 2006: US07075807 (7 worldwide citation)

A magnetoresistive or magnetic memory element and a magnetic random access memory having one or more magnetic memory elements. The memory element includes a magnetic tunnel junction including first and a second magnetic layers. The first magnetic layer having a free magnetization. The free magnetiza ...


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Ulrich Klostermann
Daniel Braun, Peter Beer, Rainer Leuschner, Ulrich Klostermann: MRAM with vertical storage element in two layer-arrangement and field sensor. Infineon Technologies, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, August 8, 2006: US07088612 (7 worldwide citation)

A magnetic memory element including a magnetic storage element including two magnetic layers made of magnetic material, said two magnetic layers opposing each other in a parallel relationship and being vertically oriented relative to a wafer surface on which the magnetic memory element is formed, sa ...


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Ulrich Klostermann
Ulrich Klostermann, Franz Kreupl: Integrated circuit having a magnetic tunnel junction device and method. Qimonda, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, March 8, 2011: US07902616 (4 worldwide citation)

An integrated circuit having a magnetic tunnel junction and method. One embodiment provides an integrated circuit having a magnetic tunnel junction is provided. The magnetic tunnel junction includes a barrier layer. The barrier layer includes carbon, pyrolytic carbon, or graphene, or graphite.


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Ulrich Klostermann
Ulrich Klostermann, Chanro Park, Wolfgang Raberg: Memory having cap structure for magnetoresistive junction and method for structuring the same. Altis Semiconductor SNC, Infineone Technologies, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, October 13, 2009: US07602032 (4 worldwide citation)

A memory and method of making a memory is disclosed. In one embodiment, the memory includes a cap structure for a magnetoresistive random access memory device including an etch stop layer formed over an upper magnetic layer of a magnetoresistive junction (MTJ/MCJ) layered structure and a hardmask la ...


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Ulrich Klostermann
Franz Kreupl, Ulrich Klostermann: Magnetoresistive sensor with tunnel barrier and method. Qimonda, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, January 4, 2011: US07863700 (2 worldwide citation)

Magnetoresistive sensors with tunnel barrier and method. One embodiment provides a magnetoresistive sensor having a magnetic tunnel junction is provided. The magnetic tunnel junction includes a barrier layer. The barrier layer includes carbon, pyrolytic carbon, or graphene, or graphite.


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Ulrich Klostermann
Peter Schrogmeier, Ulrich Klostermann: Method and integrated circuit for determining the state of a resistivity changing memory cell. Qimonda, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, July 6, 2010: US07751231

A method and an integrated circuit for determining the state of a resistivity changing memory cell. In one embodiment the method includes detecting a first resistance of the resistivity changing memory cell, determining whether the first resistance value is smaller than a predetermined threshold val ...


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Michael F Hoey, Mark A Christopherson, Steven M Goetz: Apparatus and method for creating, maintaining, and controlling a virtual electrode used for the ablation of tissue. Medtronic, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, January 30, 2007: US07169144 (278 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an apparatus and a method for producing a virtual electrode within or upon a tissue to be treated with radio frequency alternating electric current, such tissues including but not limited to liver, lung, cardiac, prostate, breast, and vascular tissues and neoplasms. An ...


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Paul Wessel: Interactive reward devices and methods. Guidance Interactive Technologies, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, March 2, 2004: US06699188 (246 worldwide citation)

A patient is rewarded for performing a medical test or for maintaining medical test results within desired levels. Medical test data is generated and transferred for use by reward firmware in a cartridge, for example. Reward information is provided to the patient to motivate or encourage the patient ...


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Michael F Hoey, Mark A Christopherson, Steven M Goetz: Apparatus and method for creating, maintaining, and controlling a virtual electrode used for the ablation of tissue. Medtronic, Dicke Billig & Czaja PLLC, July 24, 2007: US07247155 (223 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an apparatus and a method for producing a virtual electrode within or upon a tissue to be treated with radio frequency alternating electric current, such tissues including but not limited to liver, lung, cardiac, prostate, breast, and vascular tissues and neoplasms. An ...