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Marc Sader

Marc Sader

Trainee patent attorney
I’m a trainee patent attorney and a doctoral candidate in Bioscience engineering. Mainly, I have worked in translating scientific and mathematical principles into applications, and vice versa.


  • Computers/Software
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Energy
  • Semiconductor topographies
  • Medical Technology
  • Optics
  • Telecommunications
  • Food

I am specialised in mathematical modelling and data analysis in multiple fields, namely, electrical, electronics and computer engineering, sensor technology, chemical analyses, and food science and technology. By working in multidisciplinary projects, I have acquired good communication skills, allowing me to quickly understand different technologies and convey clear messages to people with different backgrounds.

Progress lies not in enhancing what is, but in advancing towards what will be.
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My previous work experience includes: working in an R&D project called CheckPack at Ghent University, where we developed a sensor (integrated in a food package) for detecting food spoilage; and working in R&D of emerging organic technologies and their applications at Novaled AG.

On a more personal note, I was born and raised in Lebanon and then moved to Germany, China, and finally Belgium.


  • PhD researcher in the field of bioscience engineering at Ghent University (to be completed)
  • MSc in analytical instruments, measurement and sensor technology at Coburg University
  • BE in electrical engineering at the Lebanese American University


  • Joint consensus evaluation of multiple objects on an ordinal scale: An approach driven by monotonicity. (2018). Information Fusion, 42, pp. 64-74.
  • Microbiological, chemical and sensory spoilage analysis of raw Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) stored under modified atmospheres. (2018), Food Microbiology, 70, 232-244.
  • Integrating expert and novice evaluations for augmenting ordinal regression models. Information Fusion, under review.