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Manfred Ferdinand Buchroithner Edit Profile

cartographer , educator , geologist

Manfred Ferdinand Buchroithner, Austrian cartographer, geologist, educator. Recipient Koerner prize, Vienna, 1979. Junior Scientist prize Federal State Upper Austria, 1982, 4 Best Map awards International Cartographic Association, 1999; Research fellow University Graz, 1971-1972, 77-79.

Background

Buchroithner, Manfred Ferdinand was born on December 17, 1950 in Wels, Austria. Son of Adam and Charlotte Elisabeth Buchroithner.

Education

Doctor of Philisophy in Geology, University Graz, Austria, 1977. Dip.geol., International Trade Commission, Enschede, The Netherlands, 1980. Habilitation, University Graz, Austria, 1984.

Career

System manager Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, 1980-1984. Remote sensing coordinator Joanneum Research Corporation, Graz, Austria, 1984-1985, director Joanneum Research Institute Austria, 1985-1992. Professor University of Technology, Dresden, Germany, since 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Remote Sensing Cartography, 1989, (film) Hole in the Stone, 1999. Editor: Remote Sensing for Land Management, 2000. Author, editor: Remote Sensing: Towards Operational Application, 1987.

Membership

Sergeant Austrian Military, 1969-1970. Member of Commission Mountain Cartography and Planetary Cartography, International Cooperation Administration Communications, German Geodetic Commission.

Connections

Married Barbara Huss, May 5, 1979. Children: Armin Georg, Juliane Elisabeth.

father:
Adam Buchroithner

mother:
Charlotte Elisabeth Buchroithner

spouse:
Barbara Huss

child:
Armin Georg Buchroithner

child:
Juliane Elisabeth Buchroithner