Dr. Harry Küllmann

Academic Coordinator Admissions

Institute of Environmental Physics, Remote Sensing

1983 Diploma in Physics at Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany (Topic:Thomson scattering of laser light in a Tokamak plasma)

1984 Visiting scientist at GTE Labs. Boston, USA (Topic: Spectroscopy in transientgas discharges)

1989 Ph.D. in Physics at Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany (Topic:Construction of a submillimeter laser for use in plasma diagnostics and molecularspectroscopy)

1989 – 1991 Head of research laboratories in a German laser company: Development and optimisation of infrared lasers for industrial and scientific applications.

1992 – 1993 Certificate in advanced studies: Economics and project management for natural scientists, Computer Academy Hamburg, Germany

Since 1993 Senior scientist at the Institute of Environmental Physics and Remote Sensing, University Bremen, Germany: Head of the airborne microwave group (Aircraft-born remote sensing of stratospheric trace gases using submillimeterradiometry.

Additional duties and responsibilities: since 2005 Teaching and supervising students in the physics practical courses; since 2014 Academic Coordinator Admissions of the international Postgraduate Programme Environmental Physics (PEP)