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physicist

Franz Josef Beeler, Swiss physicist. Achievements include patents for micro electronics, semiconductor impurities, point defects in silicon; development of new methodologies for technology, innovation and venture management; development of early warning and recognition systems for overall management and corporate governance of high-tech enterprises. Recipient Otto-Hahn medaille Max Planck Society, Germany, 1986.

Background

Beeler, Franz Josef was born on August 22, 1955 in Arth, Schwyz, Switzerland. Son of Franz Karl and Anna (Wyrsch) Beeler.

Education

M.Physics, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zurich, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, University Stuttgart, Germany, 1986. Master of Business Administration, GSBA, Zurich, 1996.

Career

High school professor Lyceum Alpinum, Zuoz, Switzerland, 1981-1982. Staff scientist Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart, 1982-1987. Senior scientist ABB Research Center, Baden, Switzerland, 1987-1989.

Head of technical management Alcatel, Zurich, 1989-1996. Head patent department Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, Berne, 1996-1998. Chief technical officer ERNI Holding AG, Brüttisellen, Switzerland, 1998-1999.

Chief Executive Officer Innovation and Venture Management, Goldau, Switzerland, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for micro electronics, semiconductor impurities, point defects in silicon. Development of new methodologies for technology, innovation and venture management. Development of early warning and recognition systems for overall management and corporate governance of high-tech enterprises.

Connections

father:
Franz Karl Beeler

mother:
Anna (Wyrsch) Beeler