Michael Totzeck received his PhD in physics from the Technical University of Berlin in the year of the break of the Berlin Wall. After heading a group on high resolution microscopy at the University of Stuttgart he joined in 2002 Carl Zeiss as a principal scientist for polarization optics. In parallel he teaches technical optics and was appointed as honorary professor by the University of Konstanz in 2013. In 2015 he became a Zeiss Fellow. He is author and coauthor of 70 patent families and >30 papers in refereed journals. His research interests comprise any kind of science that has to do with optics, in particular imaging, metrology, lithography, quantum technology and digitalization.
Carl Zeiss AG
Jury: Engineering and Technology
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