Burkhart Oertel

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Burkhart Oertel (born December 27, 1940 in Stuhm in West Prussia ) is a German physicist and genealogist.


From 1961 Oertel studied physics at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel . Like his brother Goetz Oertel before him , he was active in the Corps Palaiomarchia-Masovia . When he was inactive , he switched to the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen and the University of Hamburg . In 1967 he passed the diploma examination as a physicist . In 1970 he was awarded a Dr. rer. nat. PhD. From 1973 to 2005 he taught at the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich , which had appointed him Professor of Mathematics and Building Physics in 1979. Like his father Egon Oertel (1901–1974) a passionate genealogist , Oertel became known through his decades of voluntary work as coordinator of the Württemberg local clan books . Of the around 100 volumes in this series published by 2015, 32 volumes were written by himself. At his place of residence in Neubiberg , he maintains a historical-demographic documentation center for south-west Germany. Oertel has been married since 1966 and has three daughters.



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  1. Kösener Corpslisten 1996, 114 , 132
  2. Diploma thesis: About a special method for measuring the lifetime of excited atomic states .
  3. Dissertation: Optical measurement of the hyperdeinstructure splitting of Co I terms and their consideration when determining the abundance of cobalt on the sun .
  4. a b c d Home medal for Burkhart Oertel