Emanuel Forster studied physics at the Technical University of Munich, focusing on nanosystems, semiconductor physics and renewable energies. Mr. Forster's diploma thesis focused on the electrical characterization of InAs nanowires, for which he received his diploma in 2011. In his subsequent PhD thesis, Mr. Forster investigated the thermochemical stability of catalysts and ceramic membranes in CO shift reactors in cooperation with various research institutes and energy suppliers.
In May 2016 Emanuel Forster commenced his legal and practical training at WUESTHOFF & WUESTHOFF. His technical main activities are in the fields of physics, clean and green technologies, vehicle technology, communication technology and mechanics.
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