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chemist

Elsbeth Stoiber, German chemist. Achievements include invention of apparatus for real time control of the thickness of asphalt paper; first to method and device for artificial skull replacement; first to method and device for electronic heating of intake air in full-face epithesis; research in non-fading plant pigments used in wax paintings. Recipient Levaillant prize, Samuel und Rosalie Levaillant-Wohlfahrtsstiftung, 1991.

Background

Stoiber, Elsbeth was born on December 25, 1924 in Stuttgart, Germany. Daughter of Karl Lipp and Sophia Seybold.

Education

Diploma in Technology Chemistry, Hochfachschule Doctor Endres, Stuttgart, 1943. Diploma in Painting, Academy Fine Arts, Stuttgart.

Career

Director Stuttgarter Kunstkabinet Ketterer, 1946—1947. Chemical lab manager Braun Asphaltwerke. Chemist City Office; manager moulages department University Hospital, Zurich.

Consultant K.E.M. Medical College, Mumbai, Association Medical History, Paris. Researcher Institute Maxillofacial Technology, London.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of apparatus for real time control of the thickness of asphalt paper. First to method and device for artificial skull replacement. First to method and device for electronic heating of intake air in full-face epithesis.

    Research in non-fading plant pigments used in wax paintings.

Membership

Member of Institute Maxillofacial Technology London, Deutsche Dermatologisch Gesellschaft Berlin (honorary), Mikroskopische Gesellschaft Zürich, Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Gartenkultur Zürich.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening.

Connections

Married Aloys Stoiber (deceased 1945).

father:
Karl Lipp

mother:
Sophia Seybold

spouse:
Aloys Stoiber