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Elisabeth Charlaix

Elisabeth Charlaix, is a French physicist. She is a professor at the Universite Grenoble Alpes, where she researches fluid mechanics to the sub-nanometre level. She was a co-developer of a surface-forces measuring device for very small-scale inte ...


Ecole pratique des hautes etudes faculty


Paris Descartes University faculty


Paris-Sud 11 University faculty


Pierre Benveniste

Pierre Benveniste, born on 22 December 1937 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, is a French researcher in plant biochemistry and professor at the University of Strasbourg.


Christian Martin Schmidt

Born in Dessau, Schmidt studied musicology from 1963 at the University of Hamburg, as well as in Tubingen, Paris, Gottingen and Berlin. In 1970 he received his doctorate at the FU Berlin from Rudolf Stephan. Subsequently, Schmidt worked on the Ar ...


Christoph von Blumroder

Born in Northeim, Blumroder studied musicology at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg in Breisgau with Hans Heinrich Eggebrecht, philosophy and history of the New German literature. After his doctorate in 1979, Blumroder was a research assist ...


Dieter Gutknecht

Gutknecht first began his music studies with a focus on performance practice early music, violin and conducting at the State Hochschule fur Musik und Tanz Koln. Meanwhile he studied musicology, Germanistik and philosophy in Cologne and Vienna. He ...


Dietrich Kamper

Born in Melle, Niedersachsen, Kamper studied at the University of Cologne and University of Zurich with research stays in Bologna, Florence and Rome. He received his doctorate in 1963 with a dissertation Franz Wullner – Leben, Wirken und komposit ...


Thomas Knaus

Thomas Knaus is a German educational scientist. He is an Professor of Educational Science specializing in Media Education and Head of Department of Media Pedagogy. at The Ludwigsburg University of Education and Honorary Professor for Educational ...


Helmuth Osthoff

Born in Bielefeld, Osthoff, son of the bank director Heinrich Osthoff and his wife Berta, nee Tepel, began his musical education while still at grammar school, taking lessons in piano playing, music theory, score playing and musical composition w ...


Ina Kersten

Ina Kersten is a German mathematician and former president of the German Mathematical Society. Her research concerns abstract algebra including the theory of field extensions and algebraic groups. She is a professor emerita at the University of G ...


Nico Eisenhauer

Nico Eisenhauer is a German biologist, soil ecologist and professor for experimental interaction ecology at Leipzig University.


Helmut Loos

Born in Niederkruchten, Loos studied music education from 1971 to 1974 and musicology, art history and philosophy from 1974 to 1980 at the University of Bonn. He received his doctorate in 1980 and was a research assistant at the Musicology Depart ...


Center for Economic Studies

The Center for Economic Studies is an independent institute within the Faculty of Economics of the University of Munich. It promotes the international exchange of knowledge and ideas in public finance and other areas of economics. CES invites vis ...


Susanne Fontaine

Born in Merzig/Saarland, Fontaine studied musicology, Germanistic and philosophy from 1980 until 1986 at the Universitat des Saarlandes in Saarbrucken, School music at the Universitat der Kunste Berlin as well as musicology and Germanistic at the ...


Werner Braun (musicologist)

Born in Sangerhausen, Braun studied musicology at the Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg from 1946 to 1950 with Max Schneider and school music with main instrument piano and Germanistics. In 1950 he passed the Staatsexamen for the teach ...


Wittenberg interpretation of Copernicus

The Wittenberg Interpretation refers to the work of astronomers and mathematicians at the University of Wittenberg in response to the heliocentric model of the solar system proposed by Nicholas Copernicus, in his 1543 book De revolutionibus orbiu ...


Vice-Chancellors of the Andhra University


City College, Kolkata faculty


Scottish Church College, Calcutta faculty


Vice Chancellors of the University of Calcutta


Alberto Caprara


Andrea Lodi


Andrea Omicini


Paolo Toth


Mirko Viroli


Matteo Fischetti (computer scientist)


Eugenio Manni

Having graduated from the University of Turin, he specialised at the end of the 1940s in ancient history, particularly ancient Greece, Rome and the history of Sicily in the period before the Greeks. Initially, he was employed by a liceo high scho ...


Chiara Frugoni

Chiara Frugoni is an Italian historian and academic, specialising in the Middle Ages and church history. She was awarded the Viareggio Prize in 1994 for her essay, Francesco e linvenzione delle stimmate.


Simone Facchinetti

Simone Facchinetti is an Italian art historian. Born in Bergamo, he graduated from Milan University in modern art history in 2000. He then studied for a doctorate on Carlo Braccesco under Roberto Longhi, editing the critical edition of Braccescos ...


Massimo Tistarelli


Anna Bravo

Anna Bravo was an Italian social historian and feminist. She was an associate professor of social history at the University of Turin, and a member of the Italian Society of Female Historians. She listed her research interests as holocaust and gen ...


Dario Papale


Norwegian College of Agriculture faculty


Telemark University College faculty


Vestfold University College faculty


Dow Medical College faculty


Dentipratulum bialoviesense

Dentipratulum is a genus of fungus in the family Auriscalpiaceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Dentipratulum bialoviesense.


Oriental College faculty


Punjab University Law College faculty


V. S. Lelchuk

Vitaly Semenovich Lelchuk is a Russian historian who is a specialist in the Soviet model of industrialisation, scientific and technological revolution, and the history of the USSR. He graduated from Moscow State University where he also taught be ...


National University of Singapore deans


Liv Nilsson Stutz

Nilsson Stutz, Liv. 2008. More than metaphor: approaching the human cadaver in archaeology. BAR INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Liv Nilsson Stutz 2018. A Future for Archaeology: In Defense of an Intellectually Engaged, Collaborative and Confident Archaeolo ...


Diego Calvanese

Diego Calvanese is an Italian Computer Scientist and Professor at the Faculty of Computer Science at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. In addition, since 2019, he is Wallenberg visiting Professor at the Department of Computing Science, Umeå U ...


Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen

Born in Westerland on Sylt, Hinrichsen studied Germanistic and History at the Free University of Berlin. The completion of the Staatsexamen 1980 was followed by a teaching phase at Gymnasium. Subsequently, he studied musicology at the FU Berlin, ...


National Academy of Design associates


National Academy of Design faculty


Sajid Hameed Dar

Sajid Hameed Dar is a Pakistani Paediatric Surgeon who currently serves as the head of the Department of Paediatric Surgery at Services Hospital in Lahore. He completed his F.Sc from Government College University, Lahore where he received "Academ ...


Hallands Nation, Lund

Hallands Nation is the youngest of the thirteen nations at Lund university. Originally, it organised students from the Swedish province of Halland, although nowadays there is no need for members to come from any particular region.

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