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Electrical engineer

Hermann Sturm, German electrical engineer. Recipient medal of honor for environmental protection Polish Academy of Sciences, 1990. Trustee Heinz-Naumann Foundation, Munich, since 1993; Fellow Institute Civil Engineers; member European Union Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (president since 1985), European Council Civil Engineers (vice president 1993-1999).

Background

Sturm, Hermann was born on July 14, 1944 in Neckarrems, Germany. Son of Karl and Luise Sturm.

Education

Diploma electrical engineering, Polytechnic College Bochum, Germany, 1968.

Career

Assistant engineer Hibernia AG, Herne, Germany, 1968. Consultant engineer project development Munich, since 1968. Manager UFB-Unternehmensberatung GmbH, since 1985, Pentagon GmbH, Munich, since 1989.

Vice president Zentralverband Deutscher Ingenieure e.V., Munich, since 1969. Chairman board directors Union Beratender Ingenieure e.V., Munich, since 1982.

Membership

Trustee Heinz-Naumann Foundation, Munich, since 1993. Fellow Institute Civil Engineers. Member European Union Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (president since 1985), European Council Civil Engineers (vice president 1993-1999).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Downhill skiing, golf, soccer.

Connections

Children: Florian, Axel.

father:
Karl Sturm

mother:
Luise Sturm

children:
Florian Sturm

Axel Sturm