Andreas Peter Sommer
Andreas Peter Sommer, Romanian physicist, researcher.
Sommer, Andreas Peter was born on February 22, 1954 in Temesvar, Romania. Arrived in Germany, 1969.
Diploma in physics, Philipps University, Marburg, Germany, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy, Philipps University, Marburg, Germany, 1998.
Principal investigator European Nearfield Scanning Optical Microscopy Laboratory. Organizer 1st International Conference on Nearfield Optical Analysis. Co-organizer 2d International Conference on Nearfield Optical Analysis and Photobiology, National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Co-organizer 3d International Conference on Nearfield Optical Analysis.
Achievements include pioneer work in fields of pulsed ion sources in colinear laser-ion-beam-spectroscopy, low intensity laser activated biostimulation, generation of homogeneously distributed high photon density laser light fields for medical applications, energy density standards for clinical applications of lasers, biostimulatory windows in low intensity laser activation, first to successfully treat severe peripheral neuropathy with laser light, biological standards for near field optical analysis, hydrophobic optical elements for near field optical analysis in liquid environments, low intensity laser activated biostimulation of nanobacteria and cells in vitro investigated via near field optical analysis, first experimental evidence that nanobacteria are alive, novel paradigm for origin of life starting with primitive nanobacteria and proposal of therapy to prevent and treat nanobacteria-induced myocardial infarcts with light, psychophysiological stress factors affecting the vitality level of nanobacteria, nanobacterial stress and heart disease, first successful strategy to reverse biological aging by the use of light, first proposal of prevalence of nanobacteria in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-infected patients, model for designing nanovesicles mimicking primoridal biosystems inspired by the biophysical principles used by nanobacteria and energy transfer principles applied in near field optical analysis, model to kill bacteria and nanobacteria by the use of laser light, or light emitting diodes, design of bioselective scafolds for tissue engineering, model predicting revitalization of atmospheric microbial ecologies by global warming, identification of nanobacteria in the stratosphere, therapeutic concept to force nanoscopic infectious agents to incorporate antiinfectives by their exposure to light emitting diodes or moderate laser light intensities, equation linking the genetic diversity of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus-virus to nanobacteria, diamond-coated prostheses for lifelong implantation, model predicting the specific biocompatibility of biomaterials, gap reduction around light-curing dental fillings by application of light inserts, modelling the polymerisation shrinking of dental composites by selective photo-curing, prevention of ice-accumulation on airplanes by application of perfluorocarbons, free energy reduction by molecular interface crossing for application in nanoscopic blood substitutes and explanation of thundercloud electrification and impact of aerosols on lightning activity, first model predicting impact of nanoaerosols on tornado and hurricane intensity, first to create micro-tornadoes in the lab, modulating the profile of nanoscopic waterfilms in air and under water with low level laser light, modeling the structure of water layers on non-oxidating hydrogen-terminated surfaces, first experimental evidence for uptake of perfluorodecalin by water, mediated by interfacial self assembly of identically sized nanospheres, model to use nanosuspensions for detection of biohazards, first model to use space technology and nanospheres for collecting stratospheric ozone killer chemicals, strategy to use plan to reduce co2 levels, fine particle concentrations and to cool the air in polluted magacities.
Patentee in field. Contributor articles to professional journals including biomedical Engineering.