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Dr. Franz-Josef Radermacher

Dr. Franz-Josef Radermacher
Board and C4 professor
University of Ulm, Germany


Born in 1950, Promovierter mathematician and economist (RWTH Aachen 1974 University of Karlsruhe 1976). Prof. Dr. Dr. Franz Josef Radermacher is the author of over 300 scientific papers and much sought-after expert on shaping of globalization, innovation, technology implications, sustainable mobility, sustainable development and overpopulation. He is a professor of "Databases and Artificial Intelligence" at the University of Ulm, at the same time the board of the Research Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing / n (FAW / n) Ulm, President of the Senate of the economy e. V., Bonn, Vice President of Eco-Social Forum Europe, Vienna and member of the Club of Rome. He studied Mathematics and Economics (RWTH Aachen, University of Karlsruhe), habilitation in mathematics at RWTH Aachen University in 1982. His research interests include global problems, learning organizations, dealing with risks, issues of responsibility of people and systems , sustainable mobility, sustainable development, overpopulation problem, world food, climate and energy, regulation of the world financial system. It is one of the spiritual fathers of the Global Marshall plan initiative, which since 2003 for a fairer globalization, a "world in balance" and the underlying lying goal of a worldwide eco-social market economy, committed. he was awarded among others by the Planetary Consciousness Award of the Club of Budapest, the price for the foresight of Salzburg (Robert Jungk prize), the Karl-Werner-kieffer price "Integrations award "the apple tree Foundation and the environmental award" Golden tree "the Foundation for Ecology and democracy in 2013 Fellow of the World Academy of Art & Science (WAAS). Since 01.07.2013 Board of Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development (RFPD). 2013 Honorary doctorate from the International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki.

Research Interest

Economics Databases and Artificial Intelligence