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Herbert Dittrich

Herbert Dittrich, German mineralogist, researcher. Achievements include basic research on selenization reactions for chalkopyrite thin film solar cells, development of XRD texture analysis on polycrystalline thin films, laser ablation as a deposition method for polycrystalline semiconductor thin films.

Background

  • Dittrich, Herbert was born on August 29, 1955 in Waiblingen, Germany. Son of Erwin and Emma (Poslushny) Dittrich.

  • Education

    • Abitur, Max-Planck-Gymnasium, Schorndorf, Germany, 1975. Diplom Mineralogie, Doctor rerum naturalium, Max-Planck-Gymnasium, Schorndorf, Germany.

    Career

    • Researcher 4th Physical Institute, University Stuttgart, Germany, 1983-1984, Institute Physical Electronics, University Stuttgart, 1984-1991. Project coordinator Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research, Stuttgart, since 1991.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include basic research on selenization reactions for chalkopyrite thin film solar cells, development of XRD texture analysis on polycrystalline thin films, laser ablation as a deposition method for polycrystalline semiconductor thin films.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Vice president EURO 80, Schorndorf, 1983-1986. President Folk Club Kith and Kin, Winterbach, since 1992. Member Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Kristallzuchtung, Deutsche Mineralogische Gesellschaft.

    Connections

    • Married Barbara Christine Bloss, September 4, 1981. Children: Eva Dorothea, Hannah Barbara.
    • father: Erwin Dittrich
    • mother: Emma (Poslushny) Dittrich
    • spouse: Barbara Christine Bloss
    • children: Eva Dorothea Dittrich
    • Hannah Barbara Dittrich
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    Born August 29, 1955
    (age 62)
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    • 1975
      Max-Planck-Gymnasium
    • 1983 - 1984
      Researcher, 4th Physical Institute
      Germany
    • 1984 - 1991
      Researcher, 4th Physical Institute
    • 1991
      project coordinator, Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research
      Stuttgart, Arkansas, United States