Birthplace (1993 to 2000) of Acoustic Camera technology, Albert-Einstein-Str.16 (Building 13.7), 8th floor, Room 825, photo made August 1999

    1999 Talk with Günther Jauch (sternTV) about Acoustic Cameras

    After Neuro-Fuzzy Conference NF2002 at Varadero-beach with Jenny Ryffel and Hans-Juergen Zimmermann

    Andrew Packard - the discoverer of waves in living animals sent this nice sketch of the landscape near Berlin

    Berlin/Brandenburg Innovation Award 2003 - congratulations of daughter Jana

    Meeting Shun-Ichi Amari at University of Stirling 2004

    Party with Korean distributor Jin-Yong Joo (r.) and Chunkwon Park (2.v.l.), Seuol 2004

    Discussion about synfire chains as interference nets with
    Moshe Abeles, 2005 Bar-Ilan Uni, Rehovot (Israel)

    Meeting president Koo-Tae Kang (Hyundai) in Berlin

    Visiting Hiroshi Kikawada (Japan-distributor Unitech) 2004 in Tokyo-Kawasaki

    Trying to eat spicy Korean goods with Gunnar Heilmann in Seoul 2004

    Happy new Year! Invitation of squid-expert Benny Hochner, Jerusalem Oct. 2005

    Stage-talk with Maybret Illner at the nomination for the German Future Award 2005, ZDF/Phoenix

    Meeting mathematicians of the former 'Institut für Nachrichtentechnik' Berlin-Schöneweide, Edisonstr.63 (1600 employers) on the occasion of Ali Zechs's retirement, Dec. 2006 at Siemens. From left to right: Koch, Heinz, Zech, Harder, Richardt.

    Workplace from 2005 to 2010 at 5th floor, room 5.12B in

    Berlin-Adlershof, Albert-Einstein-Str. 16. The building was dedicated in April, 1989 as first 'sky-scraper' in Adlershof by the vice director of ZKI (Zentralinstitut für Kybernetik und Informationsprozesse) Prof. Dr. Burkhard Rebel. The territory (homepage) - used by 6000 people of Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR - was 1989 characterized by single and double floor barracks for the different institutes.

    Again a birthplace. In a window-less room in the basement of the former Institut für Nachrichtentechnik Berlin-Schöneweide, Edisonstr. 63, I digitized 1979 the first integrated circuit in the Berlin territory, the KA601. No room was free in the institute for such 'slightly potty ideas' to design integrated circuits. The circuit had 120 transistors and built the analog part of a PCM30/32 regenerator to bring 30 voice channels over a single subscriber line.


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