Mr Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hilleringmann is appointed with the Weierstraß-Prize for his lecture "Halbleiterbauelemente" in the area of basic research as well as, for his continuing lectures "Technologie hochintegrierter Schaltungen" and "Mikrosystemtechnik" in WS 2013/14. In SS2013 he gave the lectures "Halbleiterprozesstechnik", "Mikrosensorik" and "RFID-Funketiketten: Aufbau und Funktion".
Mr Hilleringmann shows a lot of commitment during his lectures. He explains motivating, committed and comprehensible. For this, his students praise Mr Hilleringmann in their evaluations and comments. At the compulsory course "Halbleiterbauelemente", with a comparatively high number of attendees, this high level of approval is striking and magnificent.
Here an excerpt of student's comments:
- Lecturer is motivated and competent.
- A master of ones craft, who is able to convey complicated topics in a comprehensible and entertaining manner. Due to his charismatic manner, he is an expert in creating a general excitement for semiconductor devices by his students. "Halbleiterbauelemente" (Semiconductor devices) is a lecture one shouldn’t miss!
- Quiet in the lecture hall, as this is important to the lecturer.
- Deals with criticism/proposals.
- Good introduction to semiconductor technology with a view on constructing semiconductors.
- Mr Prof. Dr. Hilleringmann manages to keep the topic interesting and to convey the topic in a comprehensible way.
- Prof expresses contents understandable.
- Deals with questions.
- The script summarises all contents of the lecture in a comprehensible manner.
- Sketches on the board with development of illustrations and formulas.
- Topics are thoroughly explained with the help of graphics!
- Trivial topics are skipped!
- Questions are well answered and supported with economic examples.
- Very well structured.
- Well-arranged lecture.
- Content orientated and practice orientated
Mr Hilleringmann has been conducting his lectures with consistently high commitment and high quality for years, as well as this expired year. Therefore, the Weierstraß-Prize 2014 goes to Professor Ulrich Hilleringmann.