Günther Dollinger

Günther Dollinger (born 2 August 1960 in Kempten) is a German physicist and professor at the Bundeswehr University Munich.

LifeEdit

Dollinger completed his doctoral studies in physics at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). He is currently head of the Institute of Applied Physics and Measurement Technology within the Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Bundeswehr University Munich.[1] He conducts research in different interdisciplinary and interinstitutional research projects. He is a member of the Munich Centre for Advanced Photonics, an inter-university excellence cluster, funded by the German government,[2] based at University of Munich.

AwardsEdit

For his doctoral dissertation titled Carbon film as a stripper for heavy ions Günther Dollinger was awarded doctoral and postdoctoral price of the Association of Friends of the Technical University of Munich.

ResearchEdit

Together with his team at the Institute of Experimental Physics of the TUM in Garching, Günther Dollinger developed a new type of microscopy methods for material analysis. For the first time it allows the three-dimensional analysis of the distribution of hydrogen in microstructured samples.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.unibw.de/lrt2/index_html-en?set_language=en Institute of Applied Physics and Measurement Technology
  2. ^ http://www.munich-photonics.de/1/menschen/members/member/?personid=34&cHash=d277f75f55 Archived 2011-07-27 at the Wayback Machine Dollinger's profile at the Munich Centre of Advance Photonics