Prof. Dr. Holger Löwe

Retired since Nov. 1st 2018


  • Director R&D,Fraunhofer Institute for Microengineering and Microsystems IMM
  • Professor for Chemical Micro Process Technology, Johannes Gutenberg University  (JoGu) Mainz, Institute of Organic Chemistry
  • Guest Professor at the East China University of Technology, Shanghai, P. R. China
  • Visiting Professor at Dalian University of Technology (DLUT), P.R. China
  • Director of the Chemical Micro Process Technology (CMPT) Research & Development Center, Dalian, P.R. China – a joint cooperation between DLUT and JGU
  • Advisory Board Member of the "Centro Microprocesos Quimicos" at the Tec de Monterrey (ITESM), Mexico
Focus of interest
  • Chemical Micro Process Technology
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Microelectromagnetical systems
  • Lab-on-Chip processing
  • Simulation und modelling
since 2011Guest (Chair) Professor at the Zheijang University (ZJU), Hangzhou,P.R. China
since 2008Guest Professor at East China University of Technology (ECUST), Shanghai, P.R. China
since 2007Visiting Professor at the Dalian University of Technology, (DLUT), Dalian, P.R.China
since 2005Professor for Chemical Micro Process Technology at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU), Institute of Organic Chemistry
since 1999Director of Research and Development at Fraunhofer ICT-IMM (formerly Institut fuer Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH)
2012 -2016Scientific Board member of Thales nano, Inc. Budapest, Hungary
1998DAAD research stay at the Central Electrochemical Research Institute, CECRI, Karaikudi, India
1984 - 1991Technical University Ilmenau, Department for Electrochemistry and Plating, Lecturer for Chemistry at the Internal College
1989Research stay at the Mendelejev Institute Moscow, Russia
1988“facultas docendi”, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
1984PhD, Technische Hochschule Carl Schorlemmer Merseburg, “Alkylation of phenols at heterogeneous catalysts”
1977 - 1984Filmfabrik ORWO, Wolfen; Department of Fundamental Research; Group leader for Organic Chemistry
1977Diploma theses, University Leipzig, “GaP epitaxial growth from the gas phase”