Lightwave Logic has a total of 78 patents globally, out of which 41 have been granted. Of these 78 patents, more than 60% patents are active. United States Of America is where Lightwave Logic has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by Australia and Europe. Parallelly, USA seems to be the main focused R&D center and is also the origin country of Lightwave Logic.
Lightwave Logic was founded in 1991 by Mary Goetz. Company is doing business in providing a technology platform developing next-generation electro-optic polymers that improve internet infrastructure efficiency by transforming data into optical signals, allowing more data to be delivered at substantially higher speeds and with significantly less power than current systems. As of January 2022, Lightwave Logic has a market cap of $27.65 Billion.
Do read about some of the most popular patents of Lightwave Logic which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Lightwave Logic’s patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Lightwave Logic’s patent portfolio.
How many patents does the Founder and CEO of Lightwave Logic have?
The Founder, Mary Goetz has 0 patents and the CEO, Michael S. Lebby has 450 patents.
How many patents does Lightwave Logic have?
Lightwave Logic has a total of 78 patents globally. These patents belong to 29 unique patent families. Out of 78 patents, 47 patents are active.
How many Lightwave Logic patents are Alive/Dead?
How Many Patents did Lightwave Logic File Every Year?
Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.
|Year of Patents Filing or Grant||Lightwave Logic Applications Filed||Lightwave Logic Patents Granted|
How Many Patents did Lightwave Logic File in Different Countries?
Countries in which Lightwave Logic Filed Patents
|United States Of America||46|
|Hong Kong (S.A.R.)||2|
Where are Research Centers of Lightwave Logic Patents Located?
What Percentage of Lightwave Logic US Patent Applications were Granted?
Lightwave Logic (Excluding its subsidiaries) has filed 21 patent applications at USPTO so far (Excluding Design and PCT applications). Out of these 18 have been granted leading to a grant rate of 85.71%.
Below are the key stats of Lightwave Logic patent prosecution at the USPTO.
Which Law Firms Filed Most US Patents for Lightwave Logic?
|Law Firm||Total Application||Success Rate|
|Hamre Schumann Mueller & Larson P C||7||100.00%|
|Launchpad Intellectual Property Inc||6||100.00%|
|Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel Llp||5||60.00%|
|Ice Miller Llp||1||0.00%|
|Jablonski Law Pllc||1||100.00%|
List of Lightwave Logic Patents?
|Lightwave Logic Patents||Title|
|US20210405504A1||Nonlinear Optical Chromophores Having a Diamondoid Group Attached Thereto, Methods of Preparing the Same, and Uses Thereof|
|US11067748B2||Guide transition device and method|
|US11042051B2||Direct drive region-less polymer modulator methods of fabricating and materials therefor|
|US20210141250A1||Active region-less modulator and method|
|US20210141251A1||Active region-less modulator and method|
|US10989871B2||Protection layers for polymer modulators/waveguides|
|US20210002270A1||Tricyclic spacer systems for nonlinear optical devices|
|US10886694B2||Hermetic capsule and method|
|US10754093B2||Fabrication process of polymer based photonic apparatus and the apparatus|
|US20200183201A1||Active region-less polymer modulator integrated on a common pic platform and method|
|US20200183245A1||Electro-optic polymer devices having high performance claddings, and methods of preparing the same|
|US20200150363A1||Conductive multi-fiber/port hermetic capsule and method|
|US10591755B2||Direct-drive polymer modulator methods of fabricating and materials therefor|
|US20200083668A1||Guide transition device with digital grating deflectors and method|
|US10574025B2||Hermetic capsule and method for a monolithic photonic integrated circuit|
|US10520673B2||Protection layers for polymer modulators/waveguides|
|US10509164B2||Guide transition device and method|
|US10511146B2||Guide transition device with digital grating deflectors and method|
|US20190278036A1||Embedded hermetic capsule and method|
|US10162111B1||Multi-fiber/port hermetic capsule sealed by metallization and method|
|US20180044333A1||Tricyclic Spacer Systems for Nonlinear Optical Devices|
|US20170204091A1||Tricyclic spacer systems for nonlinear devices|
|US9703128B2||Method for making an integrated circuit having optical data communication|
|US9590334B2||Solderless electrical interconnections in a high speed photonic package|
|US9535215B2||Fluorinated sol-gel low refractive index hybrid optical cladding and electro-optic devices made therefrom|
|US20150048285A1||Stable Free Radical Chromophores and Mixtures Thereof, Processes for Preparing the Same, Nonlinear Optic Materials, and Uses Thereof in Nonlinear Optical Applications|
|US8934741B2||Integrated circuit with optical data communication|
|US20140121376A1||Tricyclic spacer systems for nonlinear optical devices|
|US8618241B2||Stabilized electro-optic materials and electro-optic devices made therefrom|
|US20130345425A1||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|US8483524B2||Integrated electro-optic device and method of making|
|US8442360B2||Intrinsically low resistivity hybrid sol-gel polymer clads and electro-optic devices made therefrom|
|US8298326B2||Tricyclic spacer systems for nonlinear optical devices|
|US20120267583A1||Stable free radical chromophores, processes for preparing the same, nonlinear optic materials and uses thereof in nonlinear optical applications|
|US8269004B2||Heterocyclical anti-aromatic chromophore architectures|
|US20110178301A1||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|US7919619B2||Heterocyclical, substituted phenazinamine-type non-linear optic chromophore architectures|
|US7902322B2||Nonlinear optical chromophores with stabilizing substituent and electro-optic devices|
|US7894695B2||Tricyclic spacer systems for nonlinear optical devices|
|US7888387B2||Electro-optic chromophore having an edot structure, and related methods and apparatuses|
|US7796855B2||Electro-optic polymer devices with semiconducting oligomer clads|
|US7738745B2||Method of biasing and operating electro-optic polymer optical modulators|
|US7206490B2||Electro-optic polymer waveguide devices incorporating organically modified sol-gel clads|
|US7019453B2||Polymers having pendant nonlinear optical chromophores and electro-optic devices therefrom|
|US6864375B2||Highly stable and efficient nonlinear optical chromophores for electro-optic polymers|
|US6716995B2||Design and synthesis of advanced NLO materials for electro-optic applications|
|CN102304130B||Heterocyclic chromophore structure|
|CN103430090B||Stable radicals chromophores and mixtures thereof, their preparation, a nonlinear optical material, and its use in nonlinear optical applications|
|WO2021263164A1||Nonlinear optical chromophores comprising a diamondoid group|
|WO2012075130A3||Stable free radical chromophores and mixtures thereof, processes for preparing the same, nonlinear optic materials, and uses thereof in nonlinear optical applications|
|WO2006105291A3||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures with novel electronic acceptor systems|
|WO2006050128A3||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|WO2006047772A3||Tricyclic spacer systems for nonlinear optical devices|
|CA2818849C||Stable free radical chromophores and mixtures thereof, processes for preparing the same, nonlinear optic materials, and uses thereof in nonlinear optical applications|
|EP2646873B9||Stable free radical chromophores and mixtures thereof, processes for preparing the same, nonlinear optic materials, and uses thereof in nonlinear optical applications|
|EP1805150B1||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|CA2584792C||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|EP1805144A4||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|EP1863774A4||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures with novel electronic acceptor systems|
|EP1805149A4||Heterocyclical Anti-aromatic chromophore architectures|
|CA2585333A1||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures with novel electronic acceptor systems|
|CA2584796A1||Heterocyclical Anti-aromatic chromophore architectures|
|CA2584869A1||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|AU2006230366A1||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures with novel electronic acceptor systems|
|AU2005302176A1||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|AU2005302351A1||Heterocyclical anti-aromatic chromophore architectures|
|HK1165953A1||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|ES2599075T3||Heterocyclical chromophore architectures|
|DE602005049851T2||Heterocyclic chromophore architectures|
|JP5737792B2||Chromophore and mixtures thereof stable free radicals, process for their preparation, nonlinear optical materials, and their use in nonlinear optical applications|
|JP5241234B2||Structure of heterocyclic chromophore|
|JP2013067650A||Heterocyclic chromophore architecture|