Continuously working from 1970 until retirement in 2012.
University study: Precision Mechanics and Optics following the “Ilmenau Policy of Teaching Engineering Design“, founded by Bischoff and Hansen (1970).
Diploma thesis: Optical Data Storage (1970).
Construction experience in Laser Technology, Optics, Coherence Optics, Holography. Moreover two doctorates (Dr.-Ing. and Dr. sc. techn. in 1976 and 1980).
Microelectronics, ASIC Design and Computer Engineering (since 1980).
Technical Editor and DTP.
Marketing and Clienting® according to Edgar Geffroy.
Examination Board of the East Thuringian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for media professions and trainer for media designers.
Thuringian Teaching Board of the technical college for engineering.
Trainer in general technology and media technology (Boolean Algebra, Control Engineering, Thermodynamics, Electrical Engineering, Statics, Kinetics, Kinematics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Optics, Light Engineering, Digital Image Processing, Web Design, Content Management).
Federal and state jury member for Physics in the competitions ”Jugend forscht”.
Projects supervisor in the competitions “Jugend forscht“ continuously from 1993 to 2011.
French and English Baroque Music.
After 1715, baroque music was largely forgotten. The year 1715 was the year of the death of Louis IV. Later, from about 1750, Baroque music was regarded as bombastic, overloaded, harmoniously muddled, dissonance-rich, melodically difficult and unnatural. Until 1920, nothing more was known than Antonio Vivaldi's ”The Four Seasons”.
The American William Christie heard in 1965 as a student Rameau's ”Hippolyte et Aricie”. This marked his way to his ensemble ”Les Arts Florissants” and his ”Le Jardin Des Voix”. His engagement, his recordings and performances from Caen to Paris are simply great for me. But baroque music has been bound to me since the 1960s. Parallel to the English pop music of those famous ”60's”.
Eustache Du Caurroy (1549 - 1609).
Jaques Mauduit (1557 - 1626).
Etienne Moulinié (1549 - 1676).
John Adson (1587 - 1640).
Henry DuMont (1610 - 1684).
Gaulliaume Dumanoir (1615 - 1697).
Jean Baptiste Lully (1632 - 1687).
Marc Antoine Charpentier (1643 - 1704).
Pierre Bouteiller (1655 - 1717).
Michel Richard Delalande (1657 - 1726).
Henry Purcell (1659 - 1695).
André Campra (1660 - 1744).
Henry Desmarest (1661 - 1741).
Jean Gilles (1668 - 1705).
André Cardinal Destouches (1672-1749).
Jean-Joseph Mouret (1682 - 1738).
Jean Philippe Rameau (1683 - 1764).
François-André Danican Philidor (1726 - 1795).
Le Concert des Nations with Jordi Savall.
Les Talens Lyriques with Christophe Rousset.
Les Arts Florissants with William Christie.
Les 24 Violons du Roi with Patrick Cohën Akenine.
Les Musiciens du Louvre with Marc Minkowski.
L' Ensemble des Folies Françoises with Patrick Cohën Akenine.
Il Giardino Armonico with Giovanni Antonini.
The Sixteen with Harry Christophers.
Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields with Sir Neville Marriner.
From time to time even at the organ.
Mainly Early Music and Sacred Music.
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Dr. Lutz Wolf.
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