Member of Italian Physical Society, European Physical Society (life, founder, advisory science com, Ettore Majorana, International School Subnuc. Physics).
Heinz August Adolf Wilhelm Filthuth
Filthuth, Heinz August Adolf Wilhelm was born on December 29, 1925 in Goettingen, Niedersachsen, Germany. Son of August and Gertrud Filthuth.
Chair physics University Heidelberg, Germany, University Muenchen, Germany, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1963—1968, University Massachusetts, Amherst, 1963—1968, SLAC Stanford University, California. Science director Laboratory Radiation Measuring Instruments Industry, Science and Medicine, since 1976. Consultant, member European Committee Future Accelerators, Geneva, 1964—1975.
Member, professor, physician European Committee Constitution Big European Hydrogen Bubble Chamber, Geneva, 1964—1975. Member advisory committee, professor, physician International Isotope Society, Kansas City, Kansas, 1964. Professor, physician, science director Laboratory Professor Doctor Berthold, Bad Wildbad, Germany, 1976—1995.
Director, founder Institute High Energy Physics, University Heidelberg, 1964—1975. Director Lin Analyser, Dig Autoradiog, Microimager, Chemical, Biological and Medical, 1976—1996, Central European Division Committee for Economic Development Preis, 1996. Member minerra committee Weizmann Institute, Israel.
Member MaxPlanck Institute Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg. Gefreit Airforce, 1943-1945, France, Poland, Germany.
Certified professor University Heidelberg, 1964, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, 1996, Ecole Superieure Physique et Chimie Indutrielle, Paris, 1997. Diplomate physician Cern, European Organisation Nuclear Research, 1955. Achievements include research in measurement of sigma lamda parity Heisenberg theory, proves Gell Manns theory.
Research in cern accelerator with hydrogen bubble chamber. Research in detectors for beta-radiation and light in chem istry, biology, medicin linear analyser, 2-dimensional wire chamber, microimager, novel radioactivity microsenso. Research in cosmic rays at sea level and at 3600m altitude, elementary particle reactions of pi and k-mesons.
Born December 29, 1925