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Theoretical chemistry educator

Karl Jug, theoretical chemistry educator. Recipient medal of honor, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Hungary, 2001.


Jug, Karl was born on September 12, 1939. Son of Karl and Ida (Libuda) Jug.


Diploma in Physics, University Frankfurt, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University Frankfurt, 1965.


Research associate University Frankfurt, 1965-1967, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 1967-1969. Assistant professor St. Louis University, 1969-1971, associate professor, 1971-1974. Professor theoretical chemical University Hannover, 1975—2004, professor emeritus, since 2004.

Visiting professor Florida State University, 1970, Johns Hopkins University, 1971, University Stuttgart, Federal Republic Germany, 1972-1973, IIT Madras, India, 1987, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland, 1989, Academy of Sciences, Prague, 1992, Lomonossov University, Moscow, 1996-1997, University Pierre & Marie Curie, Paris, 1997-2001, University Hyderabad, 2000, Jagiellonian University, Krokev, Poland, 2007.



Member American Chemical Society, American Physical Society, Bunsengesellschaft, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (chapter secretary 1979-1985, chapter chairman since 2002), International Society Mathematical Chemistry, World Association Theoretically Oriented Chemists, European Academy Arts, Sciences and Humanities (correspondent member), Humboldt Gesellschaft, New York Academy of Sciences).


Married Ulrike Sünderhauf, August 21, 1964. Children: Silke, Sven, Birgit.

Karl Jug

Ida (Libuda) Jug

Ulrike Sünderhauf

Silke Jug

Sven Jug

Birgit Jug