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physicist

Harald H. Rose was German physicist. Achievements include invention of Novel electron optical instruments for electron lithography, atomic electron microscopy and electron spectroscopy.

Background

Rose, Harald H. was born on February 14, 1935 in Bremen, Germany. Son of Hermann and Anna-Luise Rose.

Education

Master of Science in Physics, Technology University Darmstadt, Germany, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, Technology University Darmstadt, 1965.

Career

Research associate Technology University Darmstadt, 1965—1970, associate professor department physics, 1971—1975. Principal research scientist New York State Department Health, Albany, 1976—1980. Professor emeritus Darmstadt University of Technology, Darmstadt, Germany, 1980—2000.

Research fellow Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California, 2003—2005. Carl Zeiss senior professor University Ulm, since 2010. Adjunct professor Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, 1976—1980.

Research fellow Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois, 2001—2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of Novel electron optical instruments for electron lithography, atomic electron microscopy and electron spectroscopy.

Membership

Member of Japanese Society for the Promotion Sciences (honorary. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science 141 Committee 2005), German Society Electron Microscopy (honorary. President 2000-2002), Microscopy Society American (honorary Karl-Heinz Beckurts award 2006).

Connections

Married Dorith E. Neuss, December 6, 1985. 1 child Stefanie.

father:
Hermann Rose

mother:
Anna-Luise Rose

spouse:
Dorith E. Neuss

child:
Stefanie Rose