Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Martin RegehlyProf. Regehly is a German physicist and teaches at the University of Applied Sciences of Brandenburg and Wildau. His expertise is in the development and characterisation of photonic imaging systems.
Curriculum VitaeBorn in Berlin, Regehly studied physics at Technical University Ilmenau and Humboldt University Berlin. Under Prof. Reulke, he wrote a diploma thesis about the Hydrogen Deuterium Absorption Cell (HDAC) instrument onboard the Cassini spacecraft. For this purpose he worked at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Berlin-Adlershof and the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) in Boulder, Colorado. After returning from the US, he did a doctoral thesis in the photobiophysics group under Prof. Röder at HU Berlin. Thereafter he founded greateyes, today an international acting company for the development, production and marketing of scientific cameras and optical inspection systems. After 10 years as CEO, he got a professorship for Visual Sciences and Optical Device Engineering at University of Applied Sciences Brandenburg in 2017. Prof. Regehly is married and has two children.
In the Media
From Young Entrepreneur to University Professor, Sep. 2017
An emotional video of my former working area Berlin Adlershof, depicting some good fellows as well. 2014
Kameras für das bislang unsichtbare, Welt, 2012
Martin im Forscherglück (Berlin-Brandenburg Innovation price), Tagesspiegel, 2010
Heik Afheldt trifft Gründer Martin Regehly, Tagesspiegel, 2009