CHAIRMAN - T.1. Biological, Chemical and explosive (BCe) Events
After finishing his PhD on resonance Raman spectroscopy in 1996 at the University of Würzburg, Germany, Frank Duschek joined the Germany Aerospace Center (DLR) for research and development on high power and chemical lasers.
Since 2008, his main research interest is focused on standoff detection of chemical, biological and explosive hazards applying laser based spectroscopy.
The main aims are to develop solutions for defence and security applications, to evaluate mature and new technologies and to advise and train end users. Frank Duschek is the head of the department Atmospheric Propagation and Effect at the Institute of Technical Physics at German Aerospace Center.