|Born: (birthname Effgen)
Married: Elke Ingeborg Kaminsky
Children: Maria Judith Kaminsky
|Boardmemberships / Councils|
|German Language School, Seattle
Faculty Council on Educational Technology (chair 06-09)
|University of Cologne:
Diploma*, Thesis Advisor: Prof. S. Haussuehl
PHD, Thesis Advisor: Prof. S. Haussuehl
*) Masters thesis **) Habilitation (venia legendi) is the official qualification to teach at universities in Germany. To some extend it is like a second - 'big' - PhD.
|1.PHYSIKALISCHES INSTITUT, Cologne, Germany
INST. FÜR KRISTALLOGRAPHIE, Cologne, Germany
Postdoctorial Research Associate
Adjunct Professor for Crystallography
JESUS COLLEGE, OXFORD, United Kingdom
Tutor (on leave from Res. Associate)
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, United Kingdom
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Seattle, USA
Research Associate Professor / Crystallographer
|Honors and Awards|
|British Philips Physical Crystallography Price
[IUCr 4 (1996) 12]
German DFG-Habilitation award ($70,000)
British EPSRC-Research Grant
|Teaching in Seattle|
|BSTR 519 WINTER 2002-2009 1-credit, extension to BSTR 515: "Computer
Laboratory Experience in the Chemistry X-ray Laboratory"
GEN ST 197 V # 9678 AUTUMN 2002 1-credit, Freshman Seminar: " Diving Deep: X-ray structure determination"
GEN ST 391 Spring 2001 3-credits, "Crystal structure determination"
GEN ST 391 Summer 2001 3-credits, "Mathematical tools and crystallographic computing"
GEN ST 391 Fall 2001 3-credits, "Physical properties of crystals"
|Research Group since 2000|
|Undergraduates (currently: none)
Visitors (currently: none)
|Correlation of crystal structures with chiro-optical properties|
|OTHER RESEARCH SUPPORT and income sources|
|Active (including overheads)|
|Crystallographic service for the Dep. of Chemistry||60% salary|
of Millipol Technology and consultancy
|NSF (co - PI) 'Stochastic
Behaviour in Polymer ...'
PRF (co - PI) 'Beyond specific rotations'
PRF (co - PI) 'Interpretation of Gyration Tensors'
NSF-IGERT (paid by the Centre for Nanotechnology)