So far, besides a short CV, there is mainly an overview of my publications on nitride semiconductors (including my Ph. D. thesis), silicon-related interfaces, solar cells, thermography, and other interesting stuff (last update: 18 June 2013).
There is also my old bookmark file to share. Be aware that entries may be outdated.
Very interesting: Friedrich Schiller's famous speech that he started his historical lectures in Jena with. It is entitled "Was heißt und zu welchem Ende studiert man Universalgeschichte? (Eine akademische Antrittsrede.)". It's in German, of course.
"Work in progress": I started to look for detailed information about the
that took effect in 1996. Some new rules produce "strange" ways of writing words
and sentences; misleading and even wrong expressions are possible.
Here I present a commented collection of WWW addresses where that subject
is dealt with (in German). Additionally, I made some statements explaining
my opinion; more will follow... (last revision: 22 September 2005).
Well, the most recent stuff about this subject can be found (and discussed) at "Schrift & Rede", the web site of "Forschungsgruppe Deutsche Sprache e.V. (FDS)" (a registered association watching the orthographic development in Germany – as well as in Austria and Switzerland) that I serve as secretary.
Dr. rer. nat. Jan-Martin Wagner
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