Dr. Erik Schumacher

Associated Partner

Education

MBA
INSEAD Business School

PhD in Optical Sciences
University of Arizona

MSc in Optical Sciences
University of Arizona

Prediploma in Physics
University of Karlsruhe

Projects (selected)

AI UNIT SETUP

Accelerating innovation through a dedicated AI unit deeply integrated with existing capabilities

Global medical device OEM and healthcare provider
FORECASTING CUSTOMER DEMAND

Improving operational planning by accurately forecasting demand using Bayesian time series analysis.

Leading German building materials manufacturer

Publications (featured)

ACADEMIC

E. Schumacher, M. Wilkens, P. Meystre, S. Glasgow. (1992).
Spontaneous emission in the near-resonant kapitza-dirac effect. Applied Physics B Photophysics and Laser Chemistry. 54. 451-466., 1992

ACADEMIC

M. Wilkens, E. Schumacher, P. Meystre
Transition from diffraction to diffusion in the near-resonant Kapitza-Dirac effect: a numerical approach. Optics Communications. 86. 34–40, 1991

ACADEMIC

M. Wilkens, E. Schumacher, P. Meystre
Band theory of a common model of atom optics. Physical review. A. 44. 3130-3137, 1991

Contact

Mobile
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E-Mail
erik.schumacher@idalab.de

Address
Potsdamer Straße 68
10785 Berlin