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CV – Hans-Peter Schröcker

Short CV

Mar 1998:
Mag. rer. nat. in Descriptive Geometry, Graz University of Technology
Nov 2000:
Dr. techn. in Descriptive Geometry, Graz University of Technology
June 1999–Dec 2003:
Univ.-Ass., University of Applied Arts Vienna
Jan 2004–Sep 2004
Researcher at the Institute of Discrete Mathematics and Geometry, University of Technology Vienna. Grant No. P15911 of the Austrian Science Foundation (Geometric Set-Operations and Tolerance Analysis in CAD)
since Oct 2004
Staff scientist, University of Innsbruck, Institute for Basic Sciences in Civil Engineering, Unit Geometry and CAD
July 2006–Sep 2006
Research stay at the Department of Computer and Graphic Science, College of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
August 2007
Habilitation in Geometry
July 2010
”Visiting Associate Professor“, Department of Computer and Graphic Science, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
August 2010
Assistant Professor, University of Innsbruck, Institute for Basic Sciences in Engineering, Unit Geometry and CAD
September 2011
Associate Professor, University of Innsbruck, Institute for Basic Sciences in Engineering, Unit Geometry and CAD
January 2012
Editorial board member, International Electronic Journal of Geometry
May 2015
Associate Editor, Mechanism and Machine Theory
March 2017
Dean of Studies, Faculty of Engineering Science

Awards

Best Theoretical Paper Award, 3rd European Conference on Mechanism Science, Cluj-Napoca, 2010.

Doctoral theses

Supervised theses

Matthias Weber: Uniqueness Results for Extremal Quadrics, University of Innsbruck, June 2012.

Second or external reviewer

Brian Moore: Dynamic Balancing of Linkages by Algebraic Methods, PhD Thesis, Johannes Kepler University Linz, April 2009.

Ali Alkhaldi: The Parabola in Universal Hyperbolic Geometry, PhD Thesis, University of New South Wales, February 2014.

Rupert W. Maleczek: Linear Folded Stripes, PhD Thesis, University of Innsbruck, February 2014.

Zijia Li: Closed Linkages with Six Revolute Joints, PhD Thesis, Johannes Kepler University Linz, January 2016.