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Gerhard Karl-Heinz Scheuch

Gerhard Karl-Heinz Scheuch, German biophysicist, scientist. Recipient Kenneth T. Whitby award American Association Aerosol Research, 1993. Member Town Council, Gemuenden, 1982-1997. Member International Society for Aerosols in Medicine, Association for Aerosol Research.

Background

  • Scheuch, Gerhard Karl-Heinz was born on November 12, 1955 in Gemuenden, Germany. Son of Hans and Helene (Klinge) Scheuch.

  • Education

    • Diploma in Engineering, Fach-Hochschule, Ruesselsheim, Germany, 1980. Master of Physics, University Frankfurt, Germany, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University Frankfurt, Germany, 1992.

    Career

    • Engineer National Research Center for Environment and Health, Frankfurt, 1980-1987, scientist, 1987-1994, Munich, 1994-1996, 96—, University North Carolina and Environmental Protection Agency, Chapel Hill, 1996. Consultant Maxs AG, Sachseln, Switzerland, since 1994. Founder Institute for Aerosol-Medicine.

    Works

    • Editor: Aerosole in der Inhalationstherapie, 1997. Patentee in new filter system for indoor air.

    Membership

    Member Town Council, Gemuenden, 1982-1997. Member International Society for Aerosols in Medicine, Association for Aerosol Research.

    Personality

    Interests

    Art history, long distance running (marathons), philosophy, modern art, travel.

    Connections

    • father: Hans Scheuch
    • mother: Helene (Klinge) Scheuch
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    Born November 12, 1955
    (age 61)
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    • 1980
      Fach-Hochschule
    • 1987
      University Frankfurt
    • 1992
      University Frankfurt
    • 1980 - 1987
      Engineer, National Research Center for Environment and Health
      Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany, Hessen, Germany, Germany
    • 1994 - 1996
      Engineer, National Research Center for Environment and Health
      Munich, Bayern, Germany, Germany
    • 1996
      Engineer, National Research Center for Environment and Health
      Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

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