Ulrich Sillmen, German physicist. Achievements include research in series production in functional plasma, sol-gel and nanotech coatings, self assembled monolayers, low energy surfaces, concepts and materials for optical and gassensors, processes and controls by electronic noses and tongues in food preparation, storage and air cleaning, interface man-machine, transparent displays, housebus, wireless and internet networks.
Sillmen, Ulrich was born on December 14, 1954 in Hagen, Germany. Son of Mathias and Lieselotte Elfriede Alwine Sillmen.
Diplom-Physiker, University Bielefeld, Germany, 1983. Doctor rerum naturalium (Doctor in Sciences), University Bielefeld, Germany, 1990.
Member science staff University, Bielefeld, Germany, 1983-1987. Member product engineering and development Miele, Guetersloh, Germany, 1988-1990, department head Research Technology and Development Oelde, Germany, since 1990, knowledge management, technical strategy and planning, since 2001. Mentor, examiner students thesises Mechanical, Electrical, Food Engineers Miele and University, Oelde, since 1993.
Contributor articles to professional journals. Inventor in field.
Member German Physikalische Association.
Married Eveline Maria Beckord Fenger, July 29, 1983 (divorced May 1988). Children: David Karl, Philip Mathias. Married Verena Dorothea Bockermann, November 11, 1988.