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electronics educator

Werner Wiesbeck, German electronics educator. Recipient Alcatel Studies in English Literature Technology Committee award, 1996.

Background

Wiesbeck, Werner was born on June 8, 1942 in Bavaria, Germany. Son of Werner Paul and Zenta (Ritter) Wiesbeck.

Education

Diploma in engineering, Technology University Munich, 1969. Doctor of Engineering, Technology University Munich, 1972. Doctorate (honorary), University Budapest, 2005.

Doctorate (honorary), University Duisburg, Germany, 2005.

Career

Research associate Technology University Munich, 1969—1972. Laboratory head General Electric Company-Telefunken, Ulm, Germany, 1972—1974, deputy head Germany, 1974—1977, director Research and Development Flensburg, Germany, 1977—1981, director marketing and sales Ulm, Germany, 1981—1983. Professor, director Microwave and Electronics Institute University Karlsruhe, Germany, since 1983.

Consultant SWR Stuttgart, Germany, since 1984, Astrium GmbH, Immenstadt, Germany, since 1985, German Aerospace, 1991, Government of State of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 1992—1994, German Research Council, since 1992. Technical chair Infrared and Millimeter Wave Conference, 2004. Chair German Microwave Conference, 2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor conference proceedings Heinrich Hertz Centennial, 1988. Contributor over 750 papers and books on microwave metrology, radar, electromagnetics and wave propagation, communications.

Membership

Member Schrobenhausen (Federal Republic Germany) City Council, 1974-1978. Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (honorary life. Ad committee since 1992, executive vice president GRS-S 1998-1999, president GRS-S 2000-2001, member awards committee since 1994, Millennium medal 2000, GRS-S Distinguished Achievement award 2002, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Electromagnetic award 2008).

Member Verband Deutscher Elektronics (Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker ITG award 2000), Heidelberg Academy of Sciences, German Academy Engineering and Technology.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf, art, skiing.

Connections

Married Renate Sailer, December 23, l970. Children: Gregory, Mathey, Ferdinand.

father:
Werner Paul Wiesbeck

mother:
Zenta (Ritter) Wiesbeck

spouse:
Renate Sailer

child:
Gregory Wiesbeck

child:
Mathey Wiesbeck

child:
Ferdinand Wiesbeck