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Manfred Stock, born 1949, is Chief Advisor for Regional Strategies at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and Honorary Professor for Climate Change at the University of Applied Sciences Eberswalde. Until May 2009 he was Co-Head of the Research Department “Climate Impacts and Vulnerabilities“ and from 1993 to 2002 he acted as Deputy Director of PIK. Before joining PIK he was expert for Industrial Safety and independent consultant. Manfred Stock studied Physics and Mathematics and received his PhD in experimental solid state physics.


Birth: 16.02.1949 in Osnabrück, Germany

 

Scientific Education:

Physics and Mathematics

1968-70    Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität, Frankfurt/M

1970-72    University of Regensburg, Diploma in Solid State Physics

1972-78    University of Regensburg, Thesis on High Pressure Spectroscopy Scientific

 

Career:

1972-78    University of Regensburg, Assistant Lecturer in Physics

1978-79    University of Regensburg, Postdoc in a DFG-Project

1979-88    Battelle Institute Frankfurt/M., Projectleader Gasexplosions in Industrial Sites

1988-90    Battelle Institute Frankfurt/M., Senior-Scientist Gas-, Dust-Explosions & Fire

1991-92    Battelle Institute Europe, Groupleader Industrial & Environmental Risks

1992-93    Self-employed Consultant for Safety and Environmental Audits

93-2002    Deputy Director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

2002-05    Deputy Department Head Integrated Systems Analysis,
                  and Head Regional Research

2005-07    Acting Department Head Integrated Systems Analysis, and
                  Head Regional Research

2007          Appointment as Honorary Professor for Climate Change at the
                  University of Applied Sciences in Eberswalde

2007-09    Acting Head of Research Domain II "Climate Impacts & Vulnerabilities"
                 (together with Wolfgang Lucht)

now          Chief Advisor of PIK for regional strategies

 

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