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Dr. Edward M . Engler
is manager of Optical
Science and Technology
at the IBM Almaden Research Center (650 Harry
Road, K32180311, San
Jose, CA 95120-6099,
USA). A chemist by training, he received his B.Sc.
from Providence College
and his Ph.D. from Princeton University. His research has focused on
uniisual solid-state electronic materials, about which he
ha> published extensively, particularly in the area of organic metals and high temperature superconductors.
Dr. Naoya Oyata is
Professor of Chemistry at
Sophia University, Tokyo
(7-1 Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo, Japan). As a
chemist he obtained his
B.Sc. and his Ph.D. (1961)
at Tokyo University. After
several postdoctoral years
in the USA he started his
career at the department
of chemistry at Sophia
University in 1966. He
has written several books and over 250 papers on Langmu.r-Blodgett membrane techniques, conducting polymers, and polymeric adsorbents.
Dr. John M . Thomas,
F.R.S., is Director of the
Royal Institution of Great
Britain (Davy Faraday
Royal Institution of Great
Britain, 21 Albemarle St.,
London WIX 4BS, UK).
He obtained his Ph.D. in
chemistry in 1958 at
Queen Mary College in
London. After some years
as a reader at Bangor,
North Wales, he became head of the chemistry department
at the University College of Wales in Aberystwyth in 1969.
From 1978-1986 he was head of the physical chemistry department at the University of Cambridge. He is author of
several books and over 500 papers and his research focusses on the characterization of polycrystalline, quasicrystalline and amorphous solids.
Dr. Dierrich Haarer is
Professor of Physics at
the University of Bayreuth (Lehrstuhl fur Experimentalphysik IV, Universitatsstrasse 30, D-8580
Bayreuth, FRG). A physicist by training, he received his Ph.D. in 1969
from the University of
Stuttgart. With short interruptions
worked until 1980 at the
IBM research laboratory in San Jose, California, which he
left as manager of the Organic Solids Department taking
u p his current position. His research activities include laser
spectroscopy and laser chemistry.
Dr. Giinfer Pe/zow is
Director at the Max Planck
Institute for Metals Research in Stuttgart (MaxPlanck-Institut fur Metallforschung, Institut fur
Pulvermetallurgisches Laboratorium, Heisenbergstrasse 5, D-7000 Stuttgart
80, FRG) and a professor
at the universities of
Stuttgart and Berlin. He
studied chemistry and physical metallurgy at the University of Stuttgart and at the Max Planck Institute for Metals
Research and received his Ph.11. in 1959. His current research interests are in physical metallurgy, powder metallurgy and ceramics. He has published more than 350 technical papers and four books, and he holds 23 patents.
Dr. Gerhard Wegner is
Director at the Max
Planck Institute for Polymer
chemistry professor at the
(Max-Planck-Institut fur
Polyrnerforschung, JakobWelder-Weg 1 I , 11-6500
Mainz, FRG). He obtained his Ph.D. (1965) in
chemistry at the University of Mainz. After two
postdoctoral years in the USA he started a university career in Mainz. I n 1974 he joined the University of Freiburg
as professor for polymer chemistry and became Director of
the Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry. He has written numerous papers on polymers, especially conducting
polymers, and on solid state organic chemistry.
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