Advisory Board

Dr. Manfred Jagiella, Chairman of the Advisor

The mechanical engineerering graduate and Dipl.-Ing. in Electrical Engineering is managing director of Endress+Hauser Conducta GmbH+Co.KG since 2007 and member of the executiuve board of Endress+Hauser Messtechnik GmbH+Co. KG since 2016. Dr. Jagiella is member of the board of ZVEI Baden-Württemberg. He is also voluntarily engaged at the economic senate of the BVMW, as a european economic senator at the EWS and as a commercial judge at the Landgericht Stuttgart.

Prof. Dr. Frank Boochs

Member of the board since July 1st. Further information will follow soon.

Dr. Lutz Aschke

Member of the board since July 1st. Further information will follow soon.

Dr. Bernd Dallmann

Dr. Bernd Dallmann

After completing his postgraduate and undergraduate studies in economics, he first worked in the German Federal Ministry of Finance, then in the field of pharmacy and for the State Horticultural Show in Freiburg. Since 1987 he has been Managing Director of FWTM – a company responsible for promoting business and tourism. Today he is the guiding spirit behind the label »GreenCity Freiburg«, which highlights the ecological profile of Freiburg.

Dr. Hans Eggers

Dr. Hans Eggers

After completing his doctorate in Würzburg in 1985, the qualified biologist spent a number of years working in university research and in business. In 1992, he entered the German Federal Ministry for Research and Technology (now: Federal Ministry of Education and Research), where, as a deputy head of department, he is responsible for project funding in the field of photonics.

Dr. Jürgen Gieshoff

Member of the board since July 1st. Further information will follow soon.

Dr. Ehrentraud Graw

Dr Graw is head of the department responsible for production technology and automotive engineering in the Ministry of Finance and Economics in the state of Baden-Württemberg. Since 1989, she has been responsible for technical issues in the field of production technology and automotive engineering for the state administration of Baden-Württemberg. After her undergraduate studies in national economics at the University of Mannheim, she completed her postgraduate degree in 1984.

Dr. Mathias Jonas

Member of the board since July 1st. Further information will follow soon.

Gerhard Kleinpeter

Gerhard Kleinpeter studied mechanical engineering at the TU Munich. In 1987, he started his career at BMW AG, working in the central planning  »Technology Assembly«. 2004 he took over the »Process- and quality support assembly« at the Munich plant. Today, Mr. Kleinpeter is general project manager in the field of new technology approaches and impulse projects for all production technologies and BMW plants from FIZ (Forschungs- und Ingenieurszentrum).

Prof. Dr. Gunther Neuhaus

Gunther Neuhaus, a native of Austria, received his doctor’s degree in botany and cell biology at the University of Salzburg in 1980. He qualified as professor at the ETH Zurich in 1993. After periods of study and research in New York and Singapore, he accepted a professorship at the University of Freiburg where he currently holds the post of vice rector for research.

Dr. Volker Nussbaumer

Dr. Volker Nussbaumer

As a doctor of physics, he began his career in projects with the European Union. For 15 years he has been employed in the Deutsche Telekom corporation. After various positions in the engineering and marketing divisions, he is currently head of the center for Value-Added Services. In this role he is responsible for information, out-of-home media, public telephony, conferencing service telephony and mobile value-added services as divisional head .

Dr. Stefan Raible

Member of the board since July 1st. Further information will follow soon.

Prof. Dr. Michael Totzeck

Dr. Michael Totzeck

A qualified lecturer in physics, he has been working for Carl Zeiss since 2002, where he holds the position of Fellow in the specialist career path. In June 2013 Totzeck was appointed honorary professor by the University of Konstanz. His expertise encompasses optical measurement techniques, high-resolution microscopy, lithography as well as electromagnetic light/structure interactions and polarization optics. He is an author/co-author of more than 50 patent families and more than 30 scientific publications.

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Wallrabe

Member of the board since July 1st. Further information will follow soon.