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MANUEL CONSTENLA

Background

  • CONSTENLA, MANUEL was born on June 19, 1941 in San Jose, Costa Rica.

  • Education

    • University of Tubingen, Germany, 1960-1964, Bachelor of Science, 1964-1968, Graduate Studies. University of Costa Rica, 1970, Licenciado. University of Marburg, Germany, 1971-1973, Doctor of Natural Science (Doctor of Philosophy).

      Spoken languages: Spanish, German, English.

    Career

    • Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Costa Rica, Vienna, Permanent Mission of Costa Rica since 1989. Ambassador of Costa Rica to Austria, since 1988. Alternate Representative of Costa Rica to International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, since 1984.

      Vice President, Interamerican Nuclear Energy Commission, United States of America, 1988-1990. President, Atomic Energy Commission of Costa Rica, 1982-1986. Director, Environmental Rch Center, University of Costa Rica, 1982-1985.

      Director, Organic Chem Division, School of Chem, University of Costa Rica, 1974-1978.

    Membership

    Member Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker. Colegio Federado de Quimicos de Costa Rica. Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Development of international organizations. Role of science and technology in international organizations. Sailing, cross-country skiing, hiking.

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