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Michael Herrmann

physicist , researcher

Michael Herrmann, German physicist, researcher. Achievements include research in Terahertz imaging for characterization of Si wafers; research in Terahertz imaging of objects in powders; research in scanning tunneling microscopy of gold clusters. Recipient CRL award for Basic and Advanced Research, Communications Research Laboratory, Tokyo, 2002; Council of Europe fellow, Ministry of Education, Japan, 1998—2000.

Background

Herrmann, Michael was born on March 16, 1962 in Meinerzhagen, Germany. Son of Rudolf and Elisabeth Herrmann.

Education

Master in Physics, University of Technology, Aachen, 1987. Master in English Linguistics and Literature, University of Technology, Aachen, 1991. Dsc, University of Technology, Aachen, 1996.

Career

Teaching assistant University of Technology, Aachen, Germany, 1984—1988, teaching assistants supervisor Germany, 1988—1995. Consultant Germany, 1996—1997. Visiting researcher Communications Research Laboratory, Kobe, Japan, 1998—2000, research fellow Japan, since 2001.

Private 1st class German Armed Forces, 1981-1982.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Terahertz imaging for characterization of Si wafers. Research in Terahertz imaging of objects in powders. Research in scanning tunneling microscopy of gold clusters.

Membership

Member of Japan Society Applied Physics, German Physical Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Computer programming, foreign languages, travel, hiking.

Connections

Married Shino Narisada.

father:
Rudolf Herrmann

mother:
Elisabeth Herrmann

spouse:
Shino Narisada.