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Our University Faculty & Team Hartmann, Michael

Prof. Dr.
Michael Hartmann

Academic Director

Berlin School of Technology (in foundation),
Study Programme Director M.Eng. Engineering and International Business & M.Eng. Engineering and Sustainable Technology Management

Room H.819

Telephone: +49 30 374 374-320

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  • Fundamentals of Renewable Energies
  • Knowledge Management
  • Quantitative methods

Office Hours

Tuesday, 3-5 p.m., room: H.819

Short CV

Academic career

Prof. Hartmann is physicist and holds a Doctor of Natural Sciences from Humboldt-University Berlin (Germany). He appointed to a professorship at SRH Hochschule Berlin in 2002 and is Vice president for academic affairs of the SRH Hochschule Berlin since 2010. He has been working in different international research projects concerning material science and optoelectronics at Humboldt-University, at University of Rochester (USA) and University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv (Israel). Special research interests include applications of new materials for photovoltaics and sustainable energy systems on the basis of renewable energy resources. In these fields he published widely in both local and international referred journals. He supervised many Bachelor, Master and postgraduate students and established capacity building programs in the field of Renewable Energy Systems in collaboration with vocational training centres in Berlin (Germany). Together with colleagues from many countries he initiated capacity building programmes in both vocational training and higher education with the focus on sustainable energy management.

Prof. Hartmann is amongst others a member of the German and European Physical Society. As a mentor of the Friedrich-Naumann foundation he coaches the scholarship students at SRH Hochschule Berlin.


  • M. Hartmann, S. Peuker, J. Njinkeu, Erneuerbare Energien für die Infrastrukturentwicklung ländlicher Regionen in Mosambik. Konferenzbericht „Armutsbekämpfung und Infrastruktur-entwicklung in Mosambik“ der inwent gGmbh und des Deutsch- Mosambikanischen Forums (2006)
  • M. Hartmann, S. Peuker, J. Njinkeu, Der Energiepark Berlin Marzahn/Hellersdorf. Studie und Abschlussdokumentation zum Entwicklungsprojekt „Erneuerbare Energien im Kontext der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit mit Unternehmen“ (2004), gefördert durch das BMZ und inwent
  • M. Hartmann ''Non equilibrium Green's function approach to nonadiabatic molecular dynamics'', J. Phys. Chem. A (2002). R. Mitric, M. Hartmann, B. Stanca, V. Bonacic-Koutecky, P. Fantucci ``Ab initio adiabatic dynamics combined with Wigner distribution approach to femtosecond pump-probe negative ion - to neutral - to positive ion (NeNePo) spectroscopy of Ag2Au, Ag4 and Au4 clusters'', J. Phys. Chem. A 105, 8892 (2001).
  • V. Bonacic-Koutecky, M. Hartmann, J. Pittner ``Ab initio study of ultrafast spectroscopy of small clusters'', Eur. Phys. J. D 16, 133 (2001).
  • M. Hartmann, R. Mitric, B. Stanca, V. Bonacic-Koutecky ``Theoretical investigation of the ultrafast NeNePo spectroscopy of Au4 and Ag4 clusters'', Eur. Phys. J. D 16, 151 (2001).
  • M. Hartmann, J. Pittner, and V. Bonacic-Koutecky `Ab initio nonadiabatic dynamics involving conical intersection combined with Wigner distribution approach to ultrafast spectroscopy illustrated on the Na3F2 cluster'', J. Chem. Phys. 114, 2123 (2001).
  • M. Hartmann, J. Pittner, and V. Bonacic-Koutecky ``Ab Initio Adiabatic Dynamics Involving Excited States Combined with Wigner Distribution Approach to Ultrafast Spectroscopy Illustrated on Alkali Halide Clusters'', J. Chem. Phys. 114, 2106 (2001).
  • V. Bonacic-Koutecky, M. Hartmann, J. Pittner, H. van Dam ''Theoretical exploration of stationary and ultrafast spectroscopy of small clusters'', Int. J. Quantum Chem. 84, 714 (2001).
  • V. Bonacic-Koutecky, M. Hartmann, D. Reichardt, P. Fantucci ``Theoretical exploration of single and multi state femtosecond nuclear dynamics of small metallic clusters 1 Prof. Dr. Michael Hartmann using the DF method'', in Recent Advances in Density Functional Methods, Part III, edited by V. Barone, A. Bencini and P. Fantucci, World Scientific, Singapore (2000).
  • M. Hartmann, J. Pittner, H. van Dam, V. Veyret, and V. Bonacic-Koutecky ''Theoretical exploration of stationary and of ultrafast spectroscopy of small clusters'', Appl. Phys. B 70, 1 (2000).
  • I. Adrianov, V. Bonacic-Koutecky, M. Hartmann, J. Manz, J. Pittner, and K. Sundermann ''Ab initio three dimensional quantum dynamics of Ag3 clusters in the NeNePo Process'', Chem. Phys. Lett. 318, 256 (2000).
  • M. Hartmann, J. Pittner, H. van Dam, and V. Bonacic-Koutecky ''Theoretical study of femtosecond pump-probe signals of nonstoichiometric alkali-halide clusters'', Eur.Phys. J. D 9, 393 (1999).
  • M. Hartmann, A. Heidenreich, J. Pittner, V. Bonacic-Koutecky, and J. Jortner ''Ultrafast dynamics of small clusters on the time scale of nuclear motion'', J. Phys.Chem. A 102, 4096 (1998).
  • M. Hartmann, J. Pittner, V. Bonacic-Koutecky, A. Heidenreich, and J. Jortner ''Theoretical exploration of femtosecond multi-state dynamics of small clusters'', J. Chem. Phys. 108, 3096 (1998).
  • M. Schreiber and M. Hartmann ''Numerical study of the photoexcitation of solitons in conjugated polymers'', Proc. - Electrochem. Soc. 98-25 (Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter), 71 (1998).
  • V. Bonacic-Koutecky, J. Pittner, R. Pou-Amerigo, M. Hartmann ''Ab-initio study of structural and optical properties of nonstoichiometric alkalimetal-oxides'', Z. Phys. D 40, 445 (1997).
  • J. Röseler, M. Hartmann ''An exactly slveable model for the large polaron'', Z. Phys.B 102, 531 (1997).
  • M. Hartmann, M. Schreiber, H.-W. Streitwolf, S. Mukamel ''Nonlinear optical excitations in femtosecond spectroscopy of conjugated polymers'', J. Lumin. 66&67, 97 (1996).
  • M. Hartmann, A. Takahashi, S. Mukamel, M. Schreiber ''Soliton and exciton effects in femtosecond spectroscopy of conjugated polymers'', Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng. 2362 (Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter), 261 (1995).
  • M. Hartmann, V. Chernyak and S. Mukamel ''Real Space Coupled Oscillator Approach to the Radiative Decay of Conjugated Polymers“, Phys. Rev. B 52, 2528 (1995).
  • C. Santos, D. Suisky, P Enders, F. Neugebauer, M. Hartmann, J. Röseler, R. Knoch, and W. Heimbrodt ''Magnetooptical Anisotropy in Semimagnetic Materials: The Interplay of Strain and Magnetic Field'', Proc. of the European Workshop on II-VI Semiconductors, Linz, (Österr. Sept. 1994).
  • C. Santos, D. Suisky, F. Neugebauer, M. Hartmann, W. Heimbrodt, and J. Röseler ''Magnetooptical Anisotropy in Superlattices and Quantum Wells'', Proc. 22nd Internat. Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors, Vancouver, Kanada (Aug. 1994).
  • M. Hartmann, A. Takahashi, S. Mukamel and M. Schreiber ''Soliton and Exciton Effects in Femtosecond Pump Probe Spectroscopy of Conjugated Polymers'', Proc.Internat. Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, Darwin, Australien (Aug. 1994).
  • M. Hartmann, A. Takahashi and S. Mukamel ''Soliton and Exciton Effects in Photoexcited Conjugated Polymers'', Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. A 256, 531 (1994), Proc. 2nd Internat. Topical Conference on Optical Probes of Conjugated Polymers and Fullerenes, Salt Lake City (Utah), USA (Febr. 1994).
  • M. Hartmann and S. Mukamel 'Femtosecond Four Wave Mixing Spectroscopy of Conjugated Polymers'', J. Chem. Phys. 99, 1597 (1993).
  • H.X. Wang, A. Takahashi, M.Hartmann and S. Mukamel ''Quantum Confinement and Nonlinear Optical Response of Conjugated Molecules'', Proc. Internat. Symposia on Optoelectronic Packaging and Interconnects (SPIE), Los Angeles (California), USA (Jan. 1993).
  • D.S. Kim, J. Shah, J.E. Cunningham, T.C. Damen, W. Schäfer, M. Hartmann and S. Schmitt-Rink ''Giant Excitonic Resonance in Time-Resolved 4-Wave-Mixing in Quantum-Wells'', Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 1006 (1992).
  • M. Hartmann, W. Schäfer ''Real-time approach to relaxation and dephasing processes in semiconductors'', phys. stat. sol. (b) 173, 165 (1992).
  • M. Hartmann, W. Schäfer and S. Schmitt-Rink ''Time-resolved and time-integrated four-wave-mixing signals of two-dimensional magneto-excitons'', Proc. Internat. Meeting on Optics of Excitons in Confined Systems, Giardini Naxos, Italien (Sept. 1991).
  • M. Hartmann ''Realzeitkinetik und Kinetik der Abschirmung optisch hochangeregter Halbleiter'' (Diss. A), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (1991).
  • M. Hartmann, R. Zimmermann and H. Stolz ''Kinetics of screening in optically excited semiconductors'', phys. stat. sol. (b) 159, 35 (1990) (Proc. Internat. Workshop NOEKS II Bad Stuer 1989).
  • R. Zimmermann and M. Hartmann ''Theory of the dynamical Stark effect in CdS'', J. Crystal Growth 101, 341 (1990) (Proc. 14. Internat. Conference on 2-6 Compounds, Berlin). M. Hartmann and R. Zimmermann ''Laser-induced renormalizations in semiconductor quantum wells'', ZIE-Preprint 89-3, 46 (1989) (Herbstschule des ZIE: Festkörperphysik in ein und zwei Dimensionen, Wünsdorf 1988).
  • R. Zimmermann and M. Hartmann ''Resonant and off-resonant light-matter interaction in semiconductors: Kinetics and transients'',phys. stat. sol.(b) 150, 365 (1988), (Proc. Intern. Conf. on Optical Nonlinearityand Bistability in Semiconductors NOEKS I, Berlin 1988).
  • M. Hartmann, R. Zimmermann and H. Stolz ''Carrier kinetics in semiconductors with light-induced gaps'', phys. stat. sol.(b) 146, 357 (1988).