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Arnulf Albert Jäger-Waldau

physicist

Arnulf Albert Jäger-Waldau, German physicist. Achievements include: research in thin film solar cells, thin solid films, and polycrystalline semiconductors. He has two patents in preparation of semi-conducting thin film. Alexander von Humboldt fellow, fellow Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, Shinshu University, Nagano, Japan, 1994, 99; Renewable Energy fellow European Union-Japan Center for Industrial Cooperative, Tokyo, 1996.

Background

Jäger-Waldau, Arnulf Albert was born on January 19, 1962 in Heidelberg, Germany. Son of Reinhold F. and Mathilde Jäger-Waldau.

Education

Diploma in physics, University Konstanz, Germany, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University Konstanz, 1993.

Career

Scientist University Konstanz, 1990-1995. Group manager, senior scientist Hahn-Meitner-Institute Berlin GmbH, 1996-2001. Senior scientist European Commission Directorate General IRC Institute Energy, Ispra, Italy, since 2001.

Monitoring expert European Commission, Brussels, 1998-2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include: research in thin film solar cells, thin solid films, and polycrystalline semiconductors. He has two patents in preparation of semi-conducting thin film.

Membership

Member university senate University Konstanz, 1991-1993. Member German Society of Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science Fellows (member managing committee since 1995), German Physical Society, Association Solar Energy Materials.

Connections

Married Franziska B. Allweyer, April 1, 1998. 1 child Vallentin.

father:
Reinhold F.

mother:
Mathilde Jäger-Waldau

spouse:
Franziska B. Allweyer

child:
Vallentin Jäger-Waldau