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physicist , researcher

Christiane Adelheid Helm, German physicist, researcher. Achievements include development synchrotron X-ray methods to study soft matter at liquid enterfaces; correlation between structure and intermolecular forces of lipids, proteins and polyelectrolytes. Named Heisenberg scholar, 1998-1999; recipient Heinz-Meier-Leibnitz prize, 1990. Member German Physical Society.

Background

Helm, Christiane Adelheid was born on August 28, 1959 in Düsseldorf, Germany. Son of Heinz-Gerd and Adelheid (Pohle) Helm.

Education

Diploma in physics, Technology University, Munich, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy, Technology University, Munich, 1988.

Career

Research engineer University California, Santa Barbara, 1988—1990. Assistant professor chemistry Mainz (Germany) University, 1990-1996. Associate professor physics Saarbrücken (Germany) University, 1996-2000.

Professor physics University Greifswald, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development synchrotron X-ray methods to study soft matter at liquid enterfaces. Correlation between structure and intermolecular forces of lipids, proteins and polyelectrolytes.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member German Physical Society.

Connections

father:
Heinz-Gerd Helm

mother:
Adelheid (Pohle) Helm