Artur Schmitt

  • Full professor at the Department of Applied Physics. He was born in 1966 in Stammheim am Main (Germany). He started his academic career with studies of Physics in Germany, USA and Spain. He holds the degrees of Master of Science (State University of New York at Albany, USA), Bachelor of Physics (Diplom-Physiker, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany) and a PhD with distinction in Physics (Doctor en Ciencias Físicas con premio extraordinario de doctorado, Universidad de Granada, Spain).

  • His research focuses on the study of colloidal aggregation processes by means of optical and simulation techniques with a strong emphasis on the development of theoretical models for the kinetics of aggregate formation in electrostatic heteroaggregation processes and aggregation of superparamagnetic particles. He is coauthor of numerous publications in national and international journals, book chapters and contributions to conferences and scientific meetings. He has co-directed several doctoral theses and participated in organizing national and international conferences.

  • He has taught undergraduate, master's and doctoral face-to-face and distance courses in Physics, Biology, Computer Engineering, Acoustic Pollution, Musicology and Architecture.

  • He participated and coordinated numerous national and international projects in research, academic cooperation and innovation.

  • He speaks German (mother tongue), English (accredited by TOEFL) and Spanish (working language, Hispanikum).