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rom the University of Bielefeld. At 29 he qualified for a professorship at the Technical University of Berlin and went to work in Canada, Marseilles and at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. In 1986 he was appointed Director of the Laboratoire de Mathmatique associ au CNRS in Marseilles. In 1988 he was offered and accepted a C4 professorship at the University of Heidelberg. Since 1997 Joachim Cuntz has been teaching in Münster.

His work focuses on functional analysis and in particular on the C* algebras of operators which are highly important structures in both mathematics and physics. Noncommutative geometry is a recent, rapidly developing discipline with a great potential for the future. Joachim Cuntz is one of the leading minds in this field and the unchallenged leader in Germany. During his impressive international career he has published a large number of important studies, some of them in journals of mathematical physics.

Privatdozent (associate professor) Dr. Alois Fürstner (36), Organometallic Chemistry, Max Planck Institute of Coal Research, Mülheim/Ruhr (DM 3 million)

Alois Fürstner was born in Austria and studied chemistry at the Technical University of Graz where he also obtained his Ph.D. and in 1992 qualified for a professorship with a thesis on metal-graphite compounds. In 1993 he joined the Max Planck Institute of Coal Research in Mülheim/Ruhr and since that time has held teaching assignments at the University of Dortmund; since 1991 he has been a lecturer at the Technical University of Graz. Alois Fürstner works in the borderline area between organic and organometallic chemistry. He focuses on developing efficient and selective organic synthesis procedures using metals, organometallic compounds and catalysts. Right from the beginning his efforts concentrated on the application profile in the chemistry of natural products which was consistently improved. The scientific work of Alois Fürstner is not on
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Contact: Dr. Eva-Maria Streier
emstreier@dfg.de
49-228-885-2250
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
18-Dec-1998


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