Since 2001, Christian Teichert is Associate Professor in Materials Physics at University of Leoben. He studied Physics at Martin Luther University in Halle/S, Germany; Ph.D. in 1992; 1992/93 Postdoc with an Alexander von Humboldt fellowship at Research Center Juelich, Germany, 1993-1996 Postdoc at UW Madison, U.S., 1996/97 Postdoc at Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany; 1997 Assistant Professor, University of Leoben, Austria, Research interests: Scanning Probe Microscopy, self-organization of organic and inorganic semiconductor nanostructures; organic nanocrystals on two-dimensional substrates, two-dimensional magnetism, nanomechanical characterization of cellulose fibers, Awards: 2002 Gaede Prize of the German Vacuum Society, 2010-2019 he was secretary, Chair and vice-chair of the Nanometer Structure Division of the International Union of Vacuum Science, Technology and Application (IUVSTA), 2023-2024 President of the Austrian Physical Society (ÖPG). Organizer of several International Nanoscience Workshops and Symposia. 300 publications, Google Scholar 8400 citations, h-index = 41.
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