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mathematics educator

Klaus Krickeberg, German mathematics educator. Member bureau committee for science, technical cooperation with Vietnam, Paris, 1974; member Bernoulli Society (president 1977-1979, council 1975-1987), International Statistical Institute (council since 1985), German Academy Natural Sciences Leopoldina, various other science societies.

Background

Krickeberg, Klaus was born on March 1, 1929 in Ludwigslust, Mecklenburg, Germany. Son of Walter Karl Hans Friedrich and Lucie Margarete Jenny (Issertel) Krickeberg.

Education

1 child, Memphis. Doctor rerum naturalium (Doctor in Sciences), Humboldt University, 1952.

Career

Lecturer Humboldt University, Berlin, 1952-1953. Assistant professor University Wurzburg, 1954-1958. Research associate University Illinois, Urbana, 1955-1956, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1956-1957.

Full professor University Heidelberg, 1958-1971, University Bielefeld, 1971-1974. Professor University Paris V, since 1974. Consultant United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, since 1984, various drug companies, since 1972.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author 3 books. Editor various journals., book series including Springer-Verlag, since 1967. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member bureau committee for science, technical cooperation with Vietnam, Paris, 1974. Member Bernoulli Society (president 1977-1979, council 1975-1987), International Statistical Institute (council since 1985), German Academy Natural Sciences Leopoldina, various other science societies.

Connections

Married Brigitte Lili Gertrud Holsten, May 24, 1952 (divorced 1977).; married Angela Elisabeth Zassenhaus, November 25, 1981. Children– Thomas, Stefan, Holger, Beate.

father:
Walter Karl Hans Friedrich Krickeberg

mother:
Lucie Margarete Jenny (Issertel) Krickeberg

spouses:
Brigitte Lili Gertrud Holsten

Angela Elisabeth Zassenhaus

children:
Thomas Krickeberg

Stefan Krickeberg

Holger Krickeberg

Beate Krickeberg