Curriculum vitae

- Holger Fehske -

Date & Place of Birth: May 25, 1956, Greiz (Thuringia) Germany
Family Status: Married, one grown-up daughter
1962-1972 Primary and secondary school in Gera
1972-1974 Grammer school in Gera
1974 Abitur (university entrance examination)
Training and Professional Positions:
1976-1981 Study of physics at the University of Leipzig
1981 Diploma thesis in physics
1981-1984 Research scholarship of the University of Leipzig
1984 Doctor of Physics (PhD thesis), University of Leipzig
1996 Habilitation, University Bayreuth
1997 Venia legendi for Theoretical Physics

1984-1988 Research Associate at the University Leipzig
Mar 1989 Leaving the former German Democratic Republic
1989-1993 Research Associate at the University Bayreuth
1993-1997 Assistant Lecturer at the University Bayreuth
1998/1999 Guest Professor at the University of Saarland
1997-2002 Lecturer at the University Bayreuth
2002 Full Professor at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University
Greifswald - Complex Quantum Systems -
Dec 2002 Declined an offer for a professorship at the Technical University
Graz - Quantum Dynamics of Many-Particle Systems -
2004- Member of the Faculty Board (mathematics - natural sciences)
2005- Member of the executive committee of the Collaborative Research Center Transregio 24 "Fundamentals of Complex Plasmas"
Feb 2005 Gordon Godfrey Visiting Professorship
University of New South Wales, Sydney
2005-2009 Vice-chairman of the scientific board of the Institute of Low Temperature Plasma Physics
Jan-Mar 2011 Professorial Visiting Fellow, School of Physics, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2011- Member of the Steering Commitee of the Supercomputing Centre Stuttgart
2012- Club member of the Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology
2012- Member of the executive committee of the International Helmholtz Graduate School for Plasma Physics
2012- Executive Director Institute of Physics
Longer Visits Abroad:
Los Alamos National Laboratory, Czech Academy of Sciences Prague, University of New South Wales Sydney