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Dr. Frank Lichtenberg
local time: 2018-11-19 14:34 (+01:00 )
Dr. Frank Lichtenberg About
CNPS Member
Physicist
Interests: Physics, Materials Research - Especially Oxides, Superconductivity, Global Scaling, Mathematics, Metaphysics Age: 56

Born 1962 in Bremen (Germany)

1983 - 1989: Study of physics at the University of Heidelberg (Germany)

1989 - 1992: Doctoral thesis in the department of Dr. J. Georg Bednorz at the IBM Zurich Research Laboratory (Switzerland). Doctorate / PhD at the University of Zurich in 1991. Field of work: Synthesis of oxides ? especially in crystalline form via the melt ? and study of their properties, solid state chemistry / physics.

1992 - 1997: Research scientist in the nickel metal hydride technology department of Dr. Uwe Koehler at the research center of the battery company VARTA (Germany). Two months stay as guest scientist in Tokyo (Japan) at the TOSHIBA Battery Company within a collaboration between VARTA und TOSHIBA. Field of work: Hydrogen storage alloys and nickel metal hydride batteries.

 

1997 - 2007: Research scientist in the department of Prof. Dr. Jochen Mannhart at the Institute of Physics of the University of Augsburg (Germany). Field of work: Setting up a new laboratory, synthesis of oxides ? especially in crystalline form via the melt ? and study of their properties, solid state chemistry / physics.

2005: Participation in an overall 13 - day course in Global Scaling lectured by Dr. Hartmut Mueller at the Global Scaling Research Institute (Germany).

2007 - 2010: Freelance work, autonomous occupation with subjects in the area of (an extended) physics / science and creation and updating of several presentations and papers. Creation and updating of the website www.novam-research.com with the aim to disseminate information, presentations, papers and links about fundamentally new developments in science and technology such as entirely novel energy technologies.

 

Since January 2011: Research scientist in the group of Prof. Dr. Nicola Spaldin at the Department of Materials of the ETH Zurich (Switzerland): www.theory.mat.ethz.ch/people/senior_scientists/lfrank . Field of work: Setting up a new laboratory, synthesis of oxides and study of their properties, crystal growth via the melt, solid state chemistry / physics

 

Author / Co-author of 70 scientific publications

Participation in several congresses and meetings about entirely novel energy technologies in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Hungary