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biomedical engineer

Frank Langlotz, German biomedical engineer. Achievements include research in computer assisted orthopaedic surgery. Member of Society Venezolana de Cirugia Ortopédica y Traumatologia (honorary), CAOS (associate; editor conference proceedings, secretary general since 2002), Swiss Society for Biomedical Engineering (associate Science award 1996), American Society for Testing and Materials International (associate).

Background

Langlotz, Frank was born on September 5, 1967 in Bad Hersfeld, Hessen, Germany. Son of Hermann Heinrich and Marie-Luise Langlotz.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Bern, Switzerland, 1998.

Career

Head research group Master of Engineering Management Research Center, Bern, since 1997, senior research assistant, since 2000. Member Association for the Study of Internal Fixation/ASIF Foundation, Davos, Switzerland, since 2002. Member national committee IAESTE Switzerland, Zurich, since 2004.

Lance corporal German armed forces, 1987-1988.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in computer assisted orthopaedic surgery.

Membership

Member of Society Venezolana de Cirugia Ortopédica y Traumatologia (honorary), CAOS (associate. Editor conference proceedings, secretary general since 2002), Swiss Society for Biomedical Engineering (associate Science award 1996), American Society for Testing and Materials International (associate).

Connections

Married Margrith Wipfli, June 24, 2000.

father:
Hermann Heinrich

mother:
Marie-Luise Langlotz

spouse:
Margrith Wipfli