Rolf Siems, German physics professor. Recipient Borchers Plakette Institute of Technology, Aachen, 1963. Member of German Physical Society.
Siems, Rolf was born on June 24, 1930 in Bremen, Germany. Son of Albert Hinrich and Dora (Bohlmann) Siems.
Diploma in Physics, University Göttingen, Germany, 1956. Postgraduate, Michigan State College, 1951. Doctor Natural Science, Institute of Technology, Aachen, Germany, 1963.
Habilitation, Institute of Technology, Aachen, Germany, 1969.
Assistant University Göttingen, 1955-1956. Scientist Kernforschungsanlage, Jülich, Germany, 1957—1963, C.E.N., Mol, Belgium, 1957—1961. Assistant Institute of Technology, Aachen, Germany, 1963—1969, assistant professor Germany, 1969—1970.
Guest professor University Giessen, Germany, 1969-1970. Professor University Saarbrücken, Germany, 1970—1998, chairman department physics Germany, 1975-1977, senator Germany, 1985-1987, professor emeritus Germany, since 1998.
Achievements include research in solid state physics and statistical mechanics: properties of dislocations. Research in grain boundaries. Research in point defects.
Research in phase transitions. Research in hydrogen in metals. Research in composite materials.
Research in domain walls. Research in pseudo spin models. Research in classical and quantum mechanics of chaotic systems.
Research in scientific motion picture on formation and growth of deformation twins.
Contributor articles to professional journals.
Member of German Physical Society.
Married Helgard Renate Sindermann, August 28, 1965.
Albert Hinrich Siems
Dora (Bohlmann) Siems
Helgard Renate Sindermann