University of Kiel

University of Kiel

University of Kiel

Overview
Date Founded

1937

Headquarters

Christian-Albrechts-Platz 4,Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein 24118

Employees (Worldwide)

101 - 250

Company Description

The University of Kiel bears the name of its founder, Duke Christian Albrecht of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf, who established the university for his Duchy in the year 1665 – only seventeen years after the end of the Thirty Years' War. Kiel is a university of interconnecting and interactive academic cultures. They consistently apply inter-disciplinary approaches to address major, cross-cutting social topics such as climate change, health and human development. This has attracted a dramatic rise in third-party funding, while also leading to numerous publications on the relevant areas of research.

Executives & Employees

Professor

Professor

Professor, Medical Physics

Professor of Economics

Professor

Physician & Scientist

Scientist

Professional

Distinguished Alumni
Klaus W. Riehmer is now Partner at Mayer Brown LLP
Karl von Rohr is now President at Deutsche Bank AG
Heinrich Jaeger is now William J. Friedman & Alicia Townsend Professor of Physics at The University of Chicago
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