Physics studies at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (Westf.)
Graduation as diplomphysicist
Scientific employee at the Institute of Applied Physics at WWU Münster
Doctorate at WWU Münster; Topic: Dynamics of domain walls in metal ferromagnetic materials
Robert Bosch GmbH, Karlsruhe, Ettlingen and Schwieberdingen; Predevelopment for measurement and information technology (responsible for projects PROMETHEUS-Drive-by-wire, Electrohydraulic Brake, Adaptive Cruise Control (distance control))
Robert Bosch GmbH, Schwieberdingen; Head of series development Adaptive Cruise Control focused on system development and application
Expert at ISO/TC204/WG14 (Vehicle/Roadway Warning and Control Systems), thereof five years as head of the “Deutsche Spiegelgruppe” AK I.14 of FAKRA
Professorship for automotive engineering at TU Darmstadt; Head of the Institute of Automotive Engineering (FZD) in the department of Mechanical and Process Engineering at TU Darmstadt
Academic dean of the department of Mechanical and Process Engineering at TU Darmstadt
IEEE-ITS Institutional Award (For Institutional Leadership in Research and System Engineering for Advanced Driver Assistance and Safety)
Member of the Board of Academic Advisers to the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure
Member of the core team of the Kolleg “Villa Ladenburg” of the Daimler und Benz Stiftung
Member of the Board of Academic Advisers to the Deutsche Verkehrswacht e.V.
More than 100 filed patents in the field of vehicle technology.
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