Appointment to the Highest Level of the Zeiss Technical Ladder

Michael  Totzeck (l.) and Michael Kempe (Source: Zeiss)

Michael Totzeck (l.) and Michael Kempe (Source: Zeiss)

Drs. Michael Kempe and Michael Totzeck have been designated as Fellows, the highest level of the Zeiss technical ladder. They both work at Corporate Research & Technology. Kempe is Head of the Technology area. Totzeck is Head of Industrial and Consumer Innovations.
Kempe, who obtained his doctorate in Physics, has been working at Zeiss since 1999. He has been designated Fellow on the basis of his in-depth scientific knowledge in the area of microscope development and biomedical optics. President and CEO of Zeiss, Dr. Michael Kaschke, comments: “Kempe is one of the key players in shaping high resolution microscopy at Zeiss. Because of his expertise in laser physics and biomedical optics, he is also a highly-respected member of the scientific community.”
Totzeck, who also got his doctorate in the field of Physics, started his career at Zeiss in 2002. He has been designated Fellow primarily due to his expertise in imaging, lithography, and optical metrology. “Michael Totzeck has been instrumental in driving the networking of Zeiss with the scientific community. Therefore, he plays a significant role in ensuring that Zeiss can assert its position as a technology leader,” Kaschke emphasizes.
There are now three Fellows at Zeiss in total. Winfried Kaiser, Head of Product Strategy in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology business group, had been appointed in 2007. (Source: Zeiss)

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