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Curriculum vitae of Dr. Albert Gilg

Albert Gilg was born in 1956 and raised in Polling, a small monastery village in Bavaria/Germany. After his military service in the Bavarian Alps 1976 he studied Mathematics and Computer science at the Technical University of Munich. His Diploma thesis (with honors) covered simulations of bio-medical models by multiple shooting techniques. 1981 he assumed a position as Graduate Research Assistant at the Institute of Mathematics of the Technical University of Munich, where he received his doctorate in the year 1984 under the direction of Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. mult. Roland Bulirsch with a thesis about an adaptive collocation method of lines with applications in biological models.

Albert Gilg started his industrial career in 1985, joining Corporate Technology of Siemens AG in Munich. There he initiated and conducted the setting up of a Computer-Aided Electronics Engineering suite covering process, device and circuit simulation. Dr. Gilg took over further research manager positions gaining expertise in an extraordinary broad field of industrial applications from microelectronics, software engineering, systems engineering to production processes and technical risk analysis and management. In the year 1991 Albert Gilg was promoted to the senior management level. He has been in charge of the Virtual Design competence center, initiated the Lighthouse project Mechatronic Design and was Global Technology Field Lead for Modeling, Simulation & Optimization at Siemens Corporate Research and Technologies in Munich. His teams attracted numerous talents. A considerable number of them gained promotions to notable academic and industrial positions.

Albert Gilg has been a member of several academic evaluation teams, scientific advisory and editorial boards. In 1987/88 and 2000/01 he assumed visiting professorship positions at the Mathematics Department of the University of California at San Diego. Since 1997 he has held an honorary professorship at Technical University of Munich. In 2006 Albert Gilg was awarded the honorary engineering doctorate by the Institute of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the University of Armed Forces at Munich for his pioneering work in Mathematical Engineering.

In 1997 he was a founding member of the Rotary Club Schwabmuenchen and is nominated 2016-17 Governor of the District 1841 of Rotary International.

Albert Gilg married in 1985 and is father of two sons.

Updated 2014