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Biophysics educator

Alfred Xaver Trautwein, German biophysics educator. Recipient (with R. Weiss) Max Planck prize A.v. Humboldt Foundation, 1994, Gay-Lussac prize French National Ministry for Education, Research and Technology, 1999. Member Society Biological Inorganic Chemistry (president 2000-2002), Rotary.

Background

Trautwein, Alfred Xaver was born on November 5, 1940 in Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany. Son of Franz Xaver and Franziska Trautwein.

Education

Diploma in Physics, Technology University, Munich, Germany, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, Technology University, Munich, Germany, 1969.

Career

Professor physics University Saarbrücken, Germany, 1973-1980, Medical University, Lübeck, Germany, since 1980, vice-rector Germany, 1996—2002, rector Germany, since 2002. Secretary German Biophysics Society, 1995—2002.

Membership

Member Society Biological Inorganic Chemistry (president 2000-2002), Rotary.

Connections

Married Hildegard Gertrude Kunkelmann, August, 1988. Children: Hanno Franz-Georg, Florian.

father:
Franz Xaver

mother:
Franziska Trautwein

spouse:
Hildegard Gertrude Kunkelmann

child:
Hanno Franz-Georg Trautwein

child:
Florian Trautwein