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Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Klaus Husemann

Curriculum Vitae

  • Born on December 28, 1942

Academic Education

  • 1961–1967: Study of Mechanical Engineering and Process Engineering, TH Magdeburg
  • 1967: Dipl.-Ing. (in Process Engineering)

Scientific Degrees

  • 1971: Dr.-Ing. „Analogiebetrachtungen an Zweiphasenströmungen“ (Analogy considerations on two-phase flows)
  • 1979: Dr.sc.techn. on „Grundlagen der Prallfeinzerkleinerung unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Vorgänge in Stiftmühlen“ (Fundamentals of impact fine grinding with special consideration of processes in pin mills)
  • 1990: Facultas Docenti for Mechanical Process Engineering, TU Dresden
  • 1991: Conversion from from Dr.sc.techn. and facultas docenti to Dr.-Ing. habil., TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Professional Career

  • 1967–1971: Research assistant at the Institute for Process Engineering, TH Magdeburg
  • 1971–1990: Scientific staff member at the Research Institute for Processing in Freiberg, Academy of Sciences of the DDR
  • 1993–2008: University professor and managing institute director, Institute for Mechanical Process Engineering and Processing Technology, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
  • 1990: State School Council in Saxony
  • 1990-1994: Member of the Saxon State Parliament
  • 1990–1993: State Secretary in the Saxon State Ministry of Education
  • 1997/1998: Chairman of the ARD Committee Chairmen's Conference

Awards and Honors

  • 1999: Awarded the Federal Cross of Merit 1st Class by President Roman Herzog
  • 1998: Private audience with Pope John Paul II.

Scientific Affiliations

  • Study dean for the Process Engineering program, vice dean, member of the Council, Senate, and Faculty Council
  • Liaison professor of TU Bergakademie Freiberg to the An-Institut UVR-FIA GmbH
  • Member of the ProcessNet specialist group "Zerkleinern und Klassieren", sponsored by VDI and DECHEMA
  • Business consultant in the field of Mechanical Process Engineering, accredited by the „Rationalisierungskuratorium der Deutschen Wirtschaft“

Research Associations

  • 1995–2004: SFB 285 "Particle Interaction in Mechanical Process Engineering Processes" – Speaker
  • 1994: Conception and establishment of the specialization Particle Technology within the Process Engineering degree program – unique in Germany at the time

Research Work

  • Grinding and classifying, continued at the chair: Bulk mechanics, particle size measurement (including accredited particle size measurement lab), adhesion forces and particle interaction
  • Over 200 publications and scientific conference presentations, 21 patents