In this era
was head of the institute
Before his Graz era, he was head of the institute of macromolecular
chemistry in Darmstadt, Germany. His research interest was directed mainly to
the investigation of high molecular compounds.
With the new university organization (UOG75) the institute was splitted in divisions:
the biophysical division (head: Ingrid Pilz), electronics (head:
Hans Leopold), and macromolecular chemistry.
In his era the following chemists got the venia of physical chemistry:
(born 1941 in Vienna) got his doctoral degree in 1970 as student of Kratky and obtained
the venia for physical chemistry in 1982. His research
themes are scattering investigations.
(born 1945 in Weiz), head of this institute in
the next era
and of the institute of chemistry since 2000,
studied physics at the university of technology of Graz and got his doctoral degree in 1972 as
student of Otto Kratky.
In 1979 he obtained the venia for experimental physics on
physical scattering experiments.
(born 1946 in Graz) got his doctoral degree at the ETH Zürich. In 1985
he obtained the venia for physical chemistry.
Later he was appointed as professor of physical chemistry;
his research deals with x-ray structure analysis.
(born 1948 in Graz) got his doctoral degree as student of Schurz. In 1991 he obtained the
venia for physical chemistry. His research deals with
(born 1933 in Hamburg) obtained the venia legendi in 1985 for
physical chemistry of high polymers.
(born 1947 in Graz) obtained in 1985 the venia legendi for
physical chemistry of biological macromolecules.