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Eckhard Bill (1953-2022)

Eckhard Bill (1953-2022)

Eckhard Bill studied physics at the University of Saarland and became enthusiastic about Mössbauer spectroscopy already during his studies. He was one of the first students of Alfred (Ali) Trautwein, who did his habilitation in the group of Uli Gonser and then accepted the call for a professorship at the University of Lübeck in 1983.

Philipp Gütlich (1934-2022)

Philipp Gütlich (1934-2022)

Our IBAME honorary member and former IBAME chair Philipp Gütlich passed away on 9 September 2022 at the age of 88. The international Mössbauer community loses not only an excellent scientist and committed teacher but also a friend and colleague who, with immense dedication, advanced the applications of the Mössbauer effect in a diversity of research fields.

John Schiffer (1930-2022)

John Schiffer (1930-2022)
Argonne National Laboratory

It is with great sadness that we would like to inform the Mössbauer Community worldwide of passing of Dr. John Schiffer of Argonne National Laboratory on June 6th, 2022, at the age of 91.

Hans Frauenfelder (1922-2022)

Hans Frauenfleder (1922-2022)
Los Alamos National Laboratory

We learned with great sadness that Dr. Hans Frauenfelder of Los Alamos National Laboratory passed away on July 10th, 2022, just 18 days shy of his 100th birthday.

Hirotoshi Sano (1928-2022)

With great sorrow, we, Japanese Mössbauer community, inform you that Dr. Hirotoshi Sano, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo Metropolitan University, ex-IBAME representative of Japan, and a Mössbauer Century Club member, passed away on 30 June, 2022, at the age of 94.

His will and works will be inherited to younger researchers in Japan and overseas countries forever.

István Dézsi (1934-2022)

It is with deepest sadness to announce the passing of Professor István Dézsi, emeritus professor of the Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Budapest, Doctor of the Physical Sciences at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, foreign member of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and Arts.

Yasuhiro Yamada (1959-2020)

On Wednesday April 29, 2020 Yasuhiro Yamada unexpectedly passed away in the age of only 61, due to an acute bone marrow cancer. He was full of plans for new projects. All his friends and colleagues are deeply shocked. Yasuhiro was active IBAME member since 2013, representing the chemists in the Japanese Mössbauer Community. OUr deepest thoughts are with his family and friends.

Alfred Xaver Trautwein (1940-2019)

On Saturday November 9, 2019 Alfred (Ali) Xaver Trautwein passed away after a long severe disease, which he suffered with admirable fortitude. Born 1940 in Neu-Ulm he studied at TU München, became assistant in the group of Ulrich Gonser, where he built up a Mössbauer laboratory, before he got a call from the University zu Lübeck. There he worked as full professor for 24 years mainly in the field of biochemistry. He was dean and rector before he retired in 2007. He wrote several books (e.g.

Werner Keune (1939-2021)

On Saturday March 27 Werner Keune passed away with age of 81. In spite of his long lasting severe illness he was until last in close contact with his colleagues at the university. The Mössbauer community has lost an excellent scientist and a very friendly and open-minded colleague. Our thoughts are with his family. A biographic sketch can be found here: https://www.mossbauer.info/biokeune.html

George Filoti (1942-2021)

George Filoti died on Wednesday, March 17, 2021, at age 79. He was a senior researcher rank 1 at the National Institute of Materials Physics, Bucharest-Magurele, Romania and had a prestigious didactic activity as Professor associated to the Doctoral School of Physics from University of Bucharest.


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