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Hans A. Kastrup Edit Profile

physicist

Hans A. Kastrup was German physicist. Achievements include research in field theory, quantum gravity, quantum mechanics. Research Grants, German Federal Government & German National Science Foundation, 1968-1999. Expert & referee Science Boards & International Journals, Germany, 1974—1999; Member of German Physical Society.

Background

Kastrup, Hans A. was born on July 4, 1934 in Bielefeld, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Son of Werner and Martha Kastrup.

Education

Abitur, Helmholtz-Gymnasium, Bielefeld, 1955.

Career

Assistant professor University Munich, 1962—1964, associate professor, 1967—1972. Research associate University California, Berkeley, 1964—1965, Princeton University, 1965—1966. Guest lecturer University Bern, Switzerland, 1966—1967.

Professor University Aachen, Germany, 1972—1999, director institute theoretical physics, 1972—1999. Guest scientist Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron Hamburg, Germany, 2001—2009.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in field theory, quantum gravity, quantum mechanics.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Expert & referee Science Boards & International Journals, Germany, 1974—1999. Member of German Physical Society.

Connections

Married Dorothea Goettsche. Children: Martin, David, Philipp, Bettina. Married Barbara Jonas (divorced March 24, 1992).

father:
Werner Kastrup

mother:
Martha Kastrup

spouses:
Dorothea Goettsche

Barbara Jonas

children:
Martin Kastrup

David Kastrup

Philipp Kastrup

Bettina Kastrup