Horst Hahn becomes a member of the National Academy of Engineering
The United States National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has selected Professor Horst Hahn as one of its 249 "foreign members".
For his scientific work in the field of nanostructured materials with tailor-made and tunable properties, NAE has chosen Professor Horst Hahn, Director at KIT's Institute of Nanotechnology, as one of its "foreign members" at the beginning of February.
The NAE now has 2,281 US and 249 foreign members. The new members will be officially launched in October as part of NAE's annual meeting in Washington.
Founded in 1964, the United States National Academy of Engineering is a private, independent body that addresses interdisciplinary technology and technology issues and addresses their societal implications. She also advises the US government on engineering and technology issues.