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Professor in the Department Systems Engineering at Saarland University
Andreas Schütze studied physics at RWTH Aachen and received his doctorate in Applied Physics from Justus-Liebig-Universität in Gießen in 1994 with a thesis on micro gas sensor systems. After some years in industry, he was professor for Microsystem Technology at the University of Applied Sciences in Krefeld, Germany, from 1998 to 2000.
Since 2000 he is a full professor in the Department Systems Engineering at Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany. His research interests include microsensors and microsystems, especially advanced chemical sensor systems, both for gas and liquid phase, for environmental monitoring, security and control applications. He has coordinated several national and European collaborative research projects, most recently the project SENSIndoor (Nanotechnology-based intelligent multi-SENsor System with selective pre-concentration for Indoor air quality control). He is chairman of the science board of the AMA Association for Sensors and Measurement and member of IEEE and VDE. He is member of the steering committee of ESSC, the European Sensor-Systems Cluster, and one of the authors of the ESSC roadmap ´Towards European Leadership in Sensor Systems`.