Josef Felix Pompeckj

thumb Josef Felix Pompeckj (May 10, 1867, Groß-Köllen – July 8, 1930, Berlin) was a German paleontologist and geologist.

He was born in Groß-Köllen (now Kolno in Poland). He studied geology and paleontology at the University of Königsberg, receiving his doctorate in 1890 with the thesis ''Die Trilobitenfauna der ost- und westpreußischen Diluvialgeschiebe''. In 1903 he became an associate professor in Munich, and from 1904 taught classes in geology and mineralogy at the agricultural college in Hohenheim.

In 1907 he relocated to the University of Göttingen, where he eventually became a full professor of geology and paleontology. From 1913 he worked as a professor at Tübingen, then in 1917 moved to the University of Berlin as successor to Wilhelm von Branca. At Berlin, he was appointed director of Geologisch-Paläontologischen Institut und Museum. Provided by Wikipedia
Showing 1 - 1 results of 1 for search 'Pompecki, Josef Felix, 1867-', query time: 0.02s Refine Results
  1. 1
Search Tools: Get RSS Feed