|Born 28th June 1943 in Schroda (Posen), German nationality.|
|Abitur in Quakenbruck.|
|April 1962 to March 1969|
|Technical University Braunschweig Diploma in Physics.|
|Title of diploma work: “Lifetime Measurements on InSb” (Prof. F. R. Keßler).|
|May 1969 to Nov. 1980|
|University Würzburg (Prof. Dr. G. Landwehr)|
|Thesis work about: “Galvanomagnetic Properties of Tellurium in Strong Magnetic Fields” (Ph.D. in 1972).|
|Habilitation in 1978.|
|The most important publication related to the Nobel Prize appeared in: Phys. Rev. Letters 45, 494 (1980).|
|Research work at the Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford (1975 to 1976) and High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Grenoble (1979 to 1980).|
|Nov. 1980 to Dec. 1984|
|Professor at the Technical University, München.|
|Since January 1985|
Director at the Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung, Stuttgart.
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