Beutelspacher is a German mathematician. He was born on June 5, 1950 in Tübingen. Beutelspacher attended the Melanchthon School from 1957 to 1961.
Between 1961 and 1969, he was also at the Uhland Gymnasium. He was a student at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen where he studied mathematics with minors in physics and philosophy.
He began schooling at Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen in 1969 and graduated in 1973. Beutelspacher also worked as a research assistant at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz until 1982.
He also received his doctorate in 1976 with Judita Cofman with the dissertation partial fibers and parallelisms in finite-dimensional projective spaces.
On a temporary basis, Beutelspacher was a professor in Mainz from 1982 to 1985 and he also worked for two years at Siemens AG in its research department. He was also a professor at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen and it was for geometry and discrete mathematics.
He founded the mathematics museum in Gießen, a ‘mathematics museum’ whose visitors are encouraged to actively gain mathematical experience at the approximately 200 experimental stations in 2002.
Beutelspacher has won so many awards and some are the Archimedes Prize by the German Association for the Promotion of Mathematics and Science Education in 2000, the Communicator Prize of the German Research Foundation, the badge of honor from the German Association of Mathematicians, as well as German IQ Prize from Mensa in Germany e. V. awarded in 2004.
The Communicator Prize of the German Research Foundation is awarded to scientists for their exceptional outstanding services to the public in their field of study or career.
Other awards he has won include the 2004 Benedictus Gotthelf Teubner Prize, Hessian Culture Prize in 2008, the Academy Education Prize by the Academy Verein für Bildungsberatung e. V as well as an honorary doctorate from the University of Siegen in 2010.
Beutelspacher Parents’ Age
The parents of Beutelspacher are Hans F. Beutelspacher and Ilserose Beutelspacher.
However, the ages of Hans F. Beutelspacher and Ilserose Beutelspacher aren’t readily available .