Karl Friedrich Klein, German engineering educator. Achievements include research in Ultraviolet-fibers and applications; research in gas-sensing in the Ultraviolet-region; research in polymer optical fibers; research in fluorescent polymer optical fibers; development of fiber-optic applications; development of fiber-optic measurement systems; development of characterization of Ultraviolet-LEDS.
Member academic staff University Kaiserslautern, 1978—1983. Researcher and group leader Heraeus Quarzglas GmbH, Hanau, 1983—1987, research and development manager, 1987—1990. Professor University Applied Sciences Giessen-Friedberg, Friedberg, since 1990.
Consultant, director ZeFIL TransMIT GmbH, Giessen, since 2000. Reviewer and co-ordinator AiF (FuE and TRAFO), Cologne, since 1998. Dean University Applied Sciences Giessen-Friedberg, Friedberg, Hessen, Germany, since 2006.
Achievements include research in Ultraviolet-fibers and applications. Research in gas-sensing in the Ultraviolet-region. Research in polymer optical fibers.
Research in fluorescent polymer optical fibers. Development of fiber-optic applications. Development of fiber-optic measurement systems.
Development of characterization of Ultraviolet-LEDS.
Born January 16, 1954
1978 - 1983
1983 - 1987