Rolf W. Berg

Rolf W. Berg

Associate professor, PhD

Evt. bygning 206 rum 902 (kælder), Building 207, Room 202

Bygning 207 2800 Lyngby

Denmark

Phone: 45252412

Mobile: 40504191

Fax: 45883136

Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Molecular Spectroscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, X-Ray Structural Analysis, Crystallography, Ionic Liquids, Quantum Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Catalysis, Fuel Cells, Batteries, Energy Technology, Electrolysis, Carbon, Pharmacy, Forensics, Explosives

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Education

1970 - 1972 Ph.D. in Inorganic chemistry and molecular spectroscopy - DTU
1964 - 1969 Civ.ing. chemical engineering - DTU

Academic grades

Ph.D., Civ.ing.

Professional experience

- Associate Professor, Ph.D. (DTU KI) - Technical University of Denmark, Department of Chemistry

Languages

Danish, English, German, French

Expertise

Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Molecular Spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, X-Ray Structural Analysis, Crystallography, Ionic Liquids, Quantum Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Catalysis, Fuel Cells, Batteries, Energy technology, Pharmacy, Forensics, Explosives, Climate, CO2 capture

International experience

Dr. Rolf W. Berg is a Candidate in Chemical Engineering at The Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark (rwb@kemi.dtu.dk) defended his dissertation in vibrational spectroscopy of coordination compounds at the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark in 1972. He has been a research fellow and after 1984 an associate professor at Department of Chemistry for many years. He has had long term scientific visits to Leicester University (UK), Argonne National Laboratory (Illinois USA), University of Trondheim (Norway) and Memorial University of St. Johns (New Foundland, Canada). From 1992 he has been affiliated to the Danish Academy of Natural Sciences. He is a member of e. g. the American Society for Applied Spectroscopy and member of the Editorial board of the journal Applied Spectroscopy Reviews. His interests have included many subjects, such areas as spectroscopy, molten salt chemistry, crystallography, and material sciences.

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