A list of publications can be found here.Name: Hilmar W. Duerbeck Email: hduerbec (at) vub.ac.be Nationality: German Title: Ph.D., Lecturer (U Bonn), Hon. Prof. (U Muenster) Address: WE/OBSS (Astronomy) Vrije Universiteit Brussel Pleinlaan 2 B-1050 Brussel Belgium Private: Postfach 1268 D-54543 Daun/Eifel Germany Phone: +49 (0)6592 3963 FAX: +49 (0)6592 980854 Fields: Cataclysmic variables, Contact binaries, final helium flash objects, history of astronomy and cosmology Furthermore: Associate editor of Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage Member of the editorial board of the Journal of Astronomical Data Member of the editorial board of Acta Historica Astronomiae Secretary of the Working Group for the History of Astronomy in the Astronomische Gesellschaft
A curriculum vitae can be found here.
A recent photo can be found here.
A somewhat older photo can be found here.
Here are a few links, some of which might be useful:
- In Hubble's shadow: early research on the expansion of the universe, by H.W. Duerbeck and W.C. Seitter, in Miklos Konkoly Thege: 100 Years of Observational Astronomy and Astrophysics, edited by C. Sterken and J. Hearnshaw, published by C. Sterken, VUB Brussel, 2001, p. 231-254. here
- A list of obituary notes of astronomers, compiled by H.W. Duerbeck, B. Ott and W.R. Dick, is found here
- A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables, kept by R. Downes with the assistance of R.F. Webbink, M.M. Shara, H. Ritter, U. Kolb, and H.W. Duerbeck is found here
- A popular archaeological paper on a Roman villa near the village of Strohn/Eifel (in German), submitted to Heimatjahrbuch Daun 2006, but blocked by the “top dog” P.H., can be found here.