Dr. Carsten Hucho is a brilliant researcher who acts as an incubator for new ideas.
He is holding a PhD in physics from Freie University. His Post Doc research focused on experimental and theoretical work on magnetic vortices in superconductors, ultrasonics studies and development of experimental techniques. Continuing his Post Doc research, Dr. Hucho investigated the elastic properties of magnetic vortices in superconductors, proving that there is something that melts on cooling and solidifies upon heating. He is the Department Head of Technology and Transfer at Paul Drude Institute for Solid State Electronics.
Dr. Hucho holds extensive experience both as a scientist and as a manager. As a scientist he shows deep insight into physical problems along with his capability of finding efficient approaches in order to tackle and to analyze them. As a manager, he is highly skilled on paying attention to every single detail of each project without losing the general overview, thus combining both visions in order to achieve the best result.
He has worked in various positions for more than 14 years at the Paul Drude Institute for Solid State Electronics (PDI). Specifically, he is head of semiconductor technology group, responsible for intellectual property, technology transfer and interfaces to politics and the public. He is also the scientific – administrative coordination of PDI, keeping the administrative burden, the worries about resources and shock encounters with bureaucracy away from scientists.
Dr. Hucho is highly skilled in nanotechnology, magnetism, solid state physics, magneto optics, superconductivity and superconductors, as well as in negotiation, communication, and human resources. He is very active in social networks with main goal to share his significant scientific knowledge. He is an enthusiastic well-respected researcher with an impressive academic background, able to turn complex concepts into real-world situations. He is the type of researcher that matches passion for science and passion for life.