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Office of the Vice-Chancellor

Executive Authority of GUB

German University Bangladesh is runed by the Executive Authority. Member of the Executive Authority are the Vice-Chancellor, Pro-VC for Research, Pro-VC for Education, Pro-VC for Administration, Pro-VC for International affairs, Treasurer.
 
The Board of VC works according to the principle of collective responsibility. The VC is responsible for setting guidelines within the executive Board. Within those guidelines, each Director, the Treasurer and the Scientific Advisers are responsible for managing....... more

The Vice Chancellor, Pro-Vice Chancellor’s and Treasurer are selected as well as nominated by the Board of Trustees and Appointed by President of Bangladesh. The VC is entitled to propose additional Scientific Advisers....... more

Dr. Mesbahuddin Ahmed has had a long career in teaching and research. He had been a teacher in the Physics Department, Dhaka University from 1974-2013. Dr. Ahmed had his education in Dhaka University, University of Canterbury, UK, University of Manchester, UK, worked in Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK and also in the international Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy. During his long career as an academic, Dr. Ahmed held many important academic and administrative positions. He was a Professor of Physics, Dhaka University, Dean, Faculty of Science, Dhaka University. Provost, Kabi Jasimuddin Hall, Dhaka University, Editor, Dhaka University Journal of Science and also the Vice-Chancellor, Jagannath University. 

Born on February 24, 1961; Göttingen, Lower Saxony Professor Dr. Thomas M. Klapoetke will be the Pro-Vice Chancellor of the GUB. He shall be responsible for research, faculty appointment matters and promotion of young scientists. He will also perform other duties determined by the statues of the University and assigned by the VC. He also supervises Chemical Laboratories. Thomas M. Klapötke is received his Ph.D. in 1986 (TU Berlin), post-doc in Fredericton, New Brunswick, habilitation in 1990 (TU Berlin). From 1995 until 1997 Klapötke was Ramsay Professor of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. Since 1997 he has held the Chair of Inorganic Chemistry at LMU Munich.

Born 0000 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany Professor of Nutrition Science Dr. med. Michael B. Krawinkel is responsible for academic activities and teaching. He will also be responsible to maintain liaison with DAAD (German Academic Program) and collection of fund form Germany. He also supervises the Modern Language Center and maintain liaison with the Goethe Institute. • Married – two adult children • Undergraduate Training in Medicine and Doctoral Degree (MD) at the university of Frankfurt/Main, Germany • Postgraduate Training in surgery (1978) and paediatrics (1979/80 and 1983-90) in the universities of Bonn and • 1981 - 1983 Medical Officer, Primary Health Care Program, Kajo Kaji, Sudan, Southern Region •

Born 0000 in Berlin Professor of veterinary medicine and educational psychology Dr. Leo Brunnberg will be responsible for the areas of international relations and liaison with the German Government.
Prof. Dr. Leo Brunnberg is head of the Small Animal Clinic, Freie Universität Berlin since 20 years. He is specialist in animal surgery and is one of the leading persons in Europe in this field. He is the programming director of the European College of Veterinary Surgery (ESVS) since 15 years in Berlin. He has been Dean of the Faculty for 10 years (2003-2013) and Senator of the Academic Senate, Freie Universität for 15 years and 4 year of the Medical School Charité.After qualifying as a veterinarian (German state examination) in Munich, he received professional training in surgery for 3 years and 3 years in radiology.

Born 1951 in (Niedersachsen) Professor Dr. med. Cornelius Froemmel will be responsible for developing and promoting Medical Education, Nursing Education Curricula of GUB. Moreover he will also be working on the policy development and promotion of Teachers Education Program of German University Bangladesh.
History
1971-1976 Study Medicine Berlin Charité 1976 PhD Student 1979 MD 1979 – 1988 post doc Biochemistry, Bioinformatics Institute of Biochemstry Medical Faculty Charité Berlin 1988 – Habilitation 1994 – 2005 Professor of Biochemistry Berlin, Humboldt-University 1994 – 2005 Vice Dean of Research Medical Faculty Berlin 2005 – 2012 Dean Medical Faculty and Spokesman of Board of Directors of the University Medical Clinics Göttingen 2012 – Professor and Founding Professor Medical Orthobionics Georg-August-University Göttingen

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PROFESSOR DR MESBAHUDDIN AHMED

Dr. Mesbahuddin Ahmed has had a long career in teaching and research. He had been a teacher in the Physics Department, Dhaka University from 1974-2013. Dr. Ahmed had his education in Dhaka University, University of Canterbury, UK, University of Manchester, UK, worked in Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK and also in the international Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy. During his long career as an academic, Dr. Ahmed held many important academic and administrative positions. He was a Professor of Physics, Dhaka University, Dean, Faculty of Science, Dhaka University. Provost, Kabi Jasimuddin Hall, Dhaka University, Editor, Dhaka University Journal of Science and also the Vice-Chancellor, zagannath University. He was elected a fellow of the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, an apex body engaged in developing Science in the national and international context. Dr. Ahmed was also an Associate and later a senior Associate of the ICTP, Trieste, Italy, Professor Ahmed had also led a joint research project, funded by ICTP, Trieste, Italy called the Network Project with countries like India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Dr. Ahmed was a commonwealth scholar. He also obtained Nuffield Foundation Fellowship and commonwealth Academic staff Fellowship. Professor Ahmed also received Royal Society Fellowship to work in UK as a visiting Professor. He had been the Head of Quality Assurance Unit of the Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP) at University Grants Commission.

Pro-VC for Research

Born on February 24, 1961; Göttingen, Lower Saxony Professor Dr. Thomas M. Klapoetke will be the Pro-Vice Chancellor of the GUB. He shall be responsible for research, faculty appointment matters and promotion of young scientists. He will also perform other duties determined by the statues of the University and assigned by the VC. He also supervises Chemical Laboratories. Thomas M. Klapötke is received his Ph.D. in 1986 (TU Berlin), post-doc in Fredericton, New Brunswick, habilitation in 1990 (TU Berlin). From 1995 until 1997 Klapötke was Ramsay Professor of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. Since 1997 he has held the Chair of Inorganic Chemistry at LMU Munich. In 2009 Klapötke was appointed a Visiting Professor at CECD, University of Maryland and in 2014 he was appointed a Adjunct Professor at the University of Rhode Island. Klapötke is a Fellow of the RSC (C.Sci., C.Chem. F.R.S.C.), a member of the ACS and the Fluorine Division of the ACS, a member of the GDCh, and a Life Member of both the IPS and the National Defense Industrial Association. Most of Klapötke's scientific collaborations are between LMU and ARL in Aberdeen, MD and ARDEC in Picatinny, NJ. Klapötke also collaborates with ERDC in Champaign, IL. And Prof Ang, How-Ghee (NTU, Singapore). He is the executive editor of Zeitschrift für Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie, the Subject Editor in the area of explosives synthesis of the Central European Journal of Energetic Materials and an editorial board member of Propellants, Explosives and Pyrotechnics, the Journal of Energetic Materials, and the International Journal of Energetic Materials and Chemical Propulsion. Klapötke has published over 650 papers, 30 book chapters and eight books.

 

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Pro-VC for Teaching

Born 0000 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany Professor of Nutrition Science Dr. med. Michael B. Krawinkel is responsible for academic activities and teaching. He will also be responsible to maintain liaison with DAAD (German Academic Program) and collection of fund form Germany. He also supervises the Modern Language Center and maintain liaison with the Goethe Institute. • Married – two adult children • Undergraduate Training in Medicine and Doctoral Degree (MD) at the university of Frankfurt/Main, Germany • Postgraduate Training in surgery (1978) and paediatrics (1979/80 and 1983-90) in the universities of Bonn and • 1981 - 1983 Medical Officer, Primary Health Care Program, Kajo Kaji, Sudan, Southern Region • 1991 Postdoctoral lecture qualification in Pediatrics at the university of Kiel, Germany (Habilitation) • 1999- Professor of Human Nutrition/International Nutrition & Pediatrics at the University of Giessen, • 1998-2009 Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation • timewise: Advisor to the German Agency for Technical Cooperation(GTZ), KfW-Development Bank, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and ‘German Agro Action’, to WHO, the Medical Research Council South Africa, the Danish Council for Strategic Research, • Teaching Child Health/Paediatrics in the Tropics and International Nutrition with special regard to Childhood Malnutrition and Nutrition Security in German universities (Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Hamburg, Leipzig), University of Vienna and Donau University, Krems, Austria, and Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel • Research focus on micronutrient deficiencies, childhood malnutrition, diet and diabetes mellitus type II, diet and breast cancer, improving complementary feeding of children, longterm parenteral nutrition of children and adolescents; present research cooperations with FAO, AVRDC, giz and Pontifical missionary childhood of • 1996-2001 and 2011- Member, Standing Committee, Int. Society of Tropical Pediatrics • 1999-2010 President, German Association for Tropical Pediatrics • 2000- Member, Expert review panel German Agro Action (-2007), General Assembly (2007-) • 2000- chairman, Hermann-Mai-Foundation, German Society of Pediatrics • 2002-2011 Executive Director, International Society of Tropical Pediatrics • 2002- liaison officer, Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst at University of Giessen, Germany • 2003- Member, Editorial Board, Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism; Karger Publ., Basel, Switzerland • 2005- Member, Scientific Board, German Society of Nutrition • 2007-2013 Member Standing Committee, International Pediatric Association; chair nutrition working group • 2008- Member, Editorial Board, Aktuelle Ernaehrungsmedizin; Thieme Pbl, Stuttgart, Germany . • 2011- Member of the Advisory Board of ‘Misereor e.V.’, Aachen, Germany Scientific publications: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Krawinkel+M

 

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Pro-VC for Pedagogic

Born 0000 in Berlin Professor of veterinary medicine and educational psychology Dr. Leo Brunnberg will be responsible for the areas of international relations and liaison with the German Government.

Prof. Dr. Leo Brunnberg is head of the Small Animal Clinic, Freie Universität Berlin since 20 years. He is specialist in animal surgery and is one of the leading persons in Europe in this field. He is the programming director of the European College of Veterinary Surgery (ESVS) since 15 years in Berlin. He has been Dean of the Faculty for 10 years (2003-2013) and Senator of the Academic Senate, Freie Universität for 15 years and 4 year of the Medical School Charité.After qualifying as a veterinarian (German state examination) in Munich, he received professional training in surgery for 3 years and 3 years in radiology. He earned his doctorate in traumatic diseases in the elbow joint of dogs. He completed his academic career with a habilitation thesis (PhD) in cruciate ligaments in dogs. Up to now he published more than 200 papers in peer reviewed journals.As doctoral adviser he supervised more than 150 doctoral and 4 PhD thesis.In 2012 Prof. Brunnberg received the Federal Cross of Merit with ribbon of the Federal Republic of Germany for his achievements, his commitment in supporting young academics, especially young veterinarians from foreign countries and his sociopolitical merits.

ACADEMIC CARREER Study 1967-1972 Studies of Veterinary Medicine, LMU Munich, Germany) Graduation / Academic Degrees 1988 Habilitation (LMU Munich, Germany) 1974 Doctoral thesis (Dr. med. vet.), LMU Munich Current Positions (s) Since 1993 Professor and Head, Small Animal Clinic, FU Berlin Positions held 1991 – 1993 Professor (C3), Small Animal Clinic, School of Vet., Med. Hannover 1988 - 1991 Associate Professor, Dept. of Surgery, LMU Munich 1973 – 1988 Resident, lecturer, senior lecturer, Dept. of Surgery, LMU Munich 2014 – 2018 Visiting Professor University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Brno Relevant International Research Experience 1989 Guest lecturer at the Clinic for Surgery and Ophthalmology, School of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria Major Research Grants, Scholarships and Awards 2013 Senior Professor of the Freien Universität Berlin 2013 Goldene Ehrennadel der Freien Universität Berlin 2012 Verdienstorden der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 2008 Award of the Richard-Völker-Medal 1989 Royal Veterinary College, University of London (grant of the Erasmus foundation) 1979 Scapula fractures of the dog Award of the „Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft und Druckerei“ (Hannover, Germany). Membership and Further Activities 2013 Senior Professor of the Freie Universität 2013 Badge of honour in gold from the Freie Universität Berlin 2012 Federal Cross of Merit with ribbon of the Federal Republic of Germany Since 2004 Member of the Community of Berlin Scientists Since 2003 Member of the scientific board of the Institute of Zoo- and Wildlife Research, Berlin, Germany Since 2003 Member of the scientific board for Breeding and Research of the German Community of Dog breeders (Federation Cynologique) 2003-2006 Senator of the Human Medical Board Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt-Universität Berlin “Charite-Universitätsmedizin Berlin” 2003 - 2013 Dean of the Faculty Since 2002 Elected Member of the Scientific Community “German Academy of Natural Scientists” Leopoldina (Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher) 1998 - 2013 Board Member of the Veterinary Faculty 1998 - 2013 Senator of the Academic Board of the FU Berlin

 

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Pro-VC for International Relation

Born 1951 in (Niedersachsen) Professor Dr. med. Cornelius Froemmel will be responsible for developing and promoting Medical Education, Nursing Education Curricula of GUB. Moreover he will also be working on the policy development and promotion of Teachers Education Program of German University Bangladesh.
History
1971-1976 Study Medicine Berlin Charité 1976 PhD Student 1979 MD 1979 – 1988 post doc Biochemistry, Bioinformatics Institute of Biochemstry Medical Faculty Charité Berlin 1988 – Habilitation 1994 – 2005 Professor of Biochemistry Berlin, Humboldt-University 1994 – 2005 Vice Dean of Research Medical Faculty Berlin 2005 – 2012 Dean Medical Faculty and Spokesman of Board of Directors of the University Medical Clinics Göttingen 2012 – Professor and Founding Professor Medical Orthobionics Georg-August-University Göttingen

 

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Treasurer

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Born 0000 in 000000000, Bangladesh The Treasurer belongs to the Board of Vice Chancellors. He is responsible for maintaining accounts of Income and Expenditure of the University. He will perform any other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the statutes.

Professor Dr.-Ing. Saifullah Khandker

Born 1952 in Ghatail, Tangail, Bangladesh.
He is a Professor of Food Science and Technology and Environment Specialist, Professor Dr.-Ing. Saifullah Khandker is the Founder of German University Bangladesh. He is responsible for overall supervision and implementation of all work of GUB.

 

Areas of Responsibility

The Scientific Adviser will extend his support and cooperation in implementing the policy and decisions make by the Board of Vice Chancellor and the Board of Trustees and particularly in executing the following responsibilities:

  • University Policy
  • Assists Board of Vice Chancellor
  • Right to deny access to premises
  • Orderly operation of the university
  • Decisions regarding the preservation and restoration of order
  • External affairs

 

Additional Areas of Responsibility
  • Strategic planning (research emphases, development planning, appointments policy, evaluation, quality management, Initiative for Excellence, etc.)
  • Campus development
  • Fundraising, university sponsoring, marketing, public relations
  • Strategic controlling (budget agreements and target agreements with the departments)
  • Strategic centers of the “International Network University”
  • Appointments strategy
  • All responsibilities that are not allocated to another area of responsibility
 
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