Ronit Buller is head of the Intellectual Property group at Velo3D in Campbell, California. She manages the global IP portfolio of Velo3D, a metal 3D printing series B company. Ronit has prepared and prosecuted highly quality patents relating to 3D printing in the fields of the 3D printing process, mechanical engineering, and control.
Previously, Ronit was in private practice at the Silicon Valley office of the international law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. There, she focused on patent prosecution, patent landscape analysis, and opinion letter drafting in a broad scope of industries such as high-powered laser technology, nanoparticles & nanotubes, medical devices, microfluidics, chemical recycling, and purification, small-molecule & bio-pharmaceuticals, food industry, and Next-Generation Sequencing. Beforehand, Ronit was at the intellectual property firm of MacMillan, Sobanski & Todd, in Ohio servicing clients in various technological areas such as renewable technology, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices.
Ronit regularly speaks at conferences and has been featured as a guest lecturer at Stanford University in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Ronit has a background in Chemistry with a specialization in material science. She conducted her post-doctoral studies at Stanford University in the Chemical Engineering department; and earned her Ph.D. at the Weitzman Institute of Science, Israel, from the Materials & Interfaces Department. Ronit received her J.D. from the Toledo College of Law with an emphasis on Intellectual Property.
Ronit is a member of the California Bar and is registered to practice with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.