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Peter von Brentano

Peter von Brentano, German physicist, researcher. Member German Research Association (referee nuclear physics 1992-2000), German Physical Society (member nuclear physics board 1977-1979), European Physical Society (chairman nuclear physics board 1981-1985), Euroball Coordinator Committee.

Background

  • Brentano, Peter von was born on May 22, 1935 in Zurich, Switzerland. Son of Bernard and Margot (Gerlach) von Brentano.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1963. Habilitation, University Heidelberg, 1969.

    Career

    • Research associate Max-Planck-Institute Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg, 1963-1966, group leader, 1968-1971. Visiting associate professor physics University Texas, Austin, 1966-1967. Senior research associate University Washington, Seattle, 1967-1968.

      Professor University Cologne, Germany, since 1971, director nuclear physics laboratory Germany. Member advisory board nuclear physics Federal Minister Germany Education Research, Bonn, 1996-2000.

    Works

    • Contributor over 360 articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member German Research Association (referee nuclear physics 1992-2000), German Physical Society (member nuclear physics board 1977-1979), European Physical Society (chairman nuclear physics board 1981-1985), Euroball Coordinator Committee.

    Connections

    • Married Tremezza Brigitte Künzel, July, 1966.
    • father: Bernard Brentano
    • mother: Margot (Gerlach) Brentano
    • spouse: Tremezza Brigitte Künzel
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    Born May 22, 1935
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    • 1963
      University Heidelberg
    • 1969
      University Heidelberg
    • 1963 - 1966
      Research associate, Max-Planck-Institute Nuclear Physics
      Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
    • 1966 - 1967
      visiting associate, professor physics University Texas
      Austin, Texas, United States
    • 1967 - 1968
      senior, research associate University Washington
      Seattle, Washington, United States
    • 1971
      professor, University Cologne
      Germany