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has become impossible due to spam. The list is now on my hard disk; I
continue to document, track and implement every erratum and suggestion you
send in. Here are my contact details. Please use email or paper mail to
get in touch.
Christoph Schiller, the author of the Motion Mountain Textbook, was
born in 1960 and is European. Raised in Varese, he studied physics at the
Universität Stuttgart and received his Ph.D. in physics at the
Université Libre de Bruxelles, in the department of Ilya
Prigogine. Christoph Schiller is an innovation manager. He is
convinced that exploring and applying physics can provide as much pleasure
as anything else in life - and he explains why in the present text. He
started the Motion Mountain textbook project in Yokohama in 1990, wrote
most of the text in Eindhoven and Munich and is now improving it during his
business trips. He is married and has two children. He sometimes writes
about how experience with customers and companies can help to improve teaching and
to improve research, and about how experience with physics can improve management.
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