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H. Juergen Kluge Edit Profile

physicist

H. Juergen Kluge, German physicist. Achievements include research in nuclear ground state properties; research in cluster spectroscopy; research in highly charged ions; research in ion traps. Recipient Helmholtz prize, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Braunschweig, 1990; fellow, American Physical Society, 2005; Visiting grant, Japanese Society for Promotion of Science, 1988.

Background

Kluge, H. Juergen was born on April 25, 1941 in Sorau, Germany. Son of Rudolf and Ruth Kluge.

Education

Degree in Physics, University Heidelberg, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, University Heidelberg, 1970.

Career

Research assistant University Heidelberg, Switzerland, 1970—1972, European Nuclear Research Center, Geneva, 1970—1972. Assistant professor University Mainz, Germany, 1972—1977, professor physics, 1978—1993, University Heidelberg, since 1994. Associate European Organization of Nuclear Research, 1974—1976, research scientist staff member, 1985—1987.

Head atomic physics division Gesselscheft fur Schweriouen Physik, Darmstadt, since 1994, research director, since 1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in nuclear ground state properties. Research in cluster spectroscopy. Research in highly charged ions.

    Research in ion traps.

Membership

Member of European Physical Society, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, American Physical Society.

Connections

Married Elke Schwager, July 27, 1967. Children: Katharina, Friederike.

father:
Rudolf Kluge

mother:
Ruth Kluge

spouse:
Elke Schwager

children:
Katharina Kluge

Friederike Kluge