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Physical chemistry educator

Wolfgang Walter Botho Lubitz, German physical chemistry educator. Recipient Otto-Klung prize for chemistry Otto-Klung-Stiftung, Berlin, 1978; Max-Kade fellow Max Kade Foundation, New York, 1983. Member German Chemical Society, American Chemical Society, Biophysics Society (United States of America).

Background

Lubitz, Wolfgang Walter Botho was born on July 23, 1949 in Berlin. Son of Werner and Ilse (Lumme) Lubitz.

Education

Diploma in chemistry, Free University, Berlin, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, Free University, Berlin, 1977. Habilitation in Organic Chemistry, Free University, Berlin, 1982.

Career

Assistant Free University, Berlin, 1974-1979, assistant professor, 1979-1986, professor C2, 1986-1989. Professor C3 University Stuttgart (Federal Republic Germany), 1989-1991. Professor C4 Technology University, Berlin, 1991-2000.

Scientific member Max-Planck Society, Meulheim/Ruhr, Germany, since 2000. Director Institute Radiation Chemical, Germany, since 2000. Director institute of physical chemistry Max-Volmer-Institute, Technology University, Berlin, 1991-2000.

Honorary professor Heinrich-Haire University, Dusseldorf, Germany, since 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member German Chemical Society, American Chemical Society, Biophysics Society (United States of America).

Connections

Married Gisela Nünnke, October 26, 1979. 1 child, Felix.

father:
Werner Lubitz

mother:
Ilse (Lumme) Lubitz

spouse:
Gisela Nünnke

child:
Felix Lubitz