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Year of birth
1969
Academic degree
PhD
Field of studies
Position

Director of the Heidelberg Graduate School of Physics (Germany)

General information

Prof. Klingeler's research style is characterised by a wide range of scientific methods and the fundamental nature of results. He experimentally applies a broad spectrum of magnetic and thermodynamic methods, including dilatometry and the three-point bend method, low-temperature specific thermal conductivity, magnetometry, research in pulse magnetic fields, as well as experiments in high-frequency electron spin resonance.

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Leading scientist's research interests: superconductivity, magnetism, functional quantum materials.


Scientific recognition
Awards and achievements:

2016 — award from the Kirchhoff Institute of Physics, Heidelberg University (Germany).

2009 — award from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

2003 — award from RWTH Aachen University (Germany).


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