Martin Kroger

ETH Zurich, Switzerland 0000-0003-1402-6714

Martin Kröger studied mathematics and physics, 1985–1991, he received the Ph.D. degree in theoretical physics, 1994, from the Technical University of Berlin (TUB). He was a Senior Scientist at TUB, 1995–2003, ETH Zurich, 1997–2005, Invited Professor, Universities of Metz, 1995, and Strasbourg, 1996. He has been an Editor in Applied Rheology, since 1998, and his postdoctors at Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1997, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, UCSB, 2002, Venia Legendi/habilitation Theoretical Physics, TUB, 2001, and Department of Materials, ETH Zurich, 2005. He is a Professor for Computational Polymer Physics, ETH Zurich, since 2006. His research focuses on coarse-grained models for complex liquids, stochastic differential equations, computational physics, applied mathematics, and statistical physics of anisotropic fluids.

Biography Updated on 30 September 2007

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