Siegfried Czapski

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Siegfried Czapski (1861–1907) was a German physicist and optician.

Overview[edit]

See the German Wikipedia article de:Siegfried Czapski for details of Siegried Czapski's life.

Czapski succeeded Ernst Abbe as the head of Carl Zeiss in Jena in 1903.

A street in Jena, near the Carl Zeiss works, is named after him: Siegfried-Czapski-Straße, a few blocks off Zeiss Promenade.

Publications[edit]

His most important publication was Theorie der optischen Instrumente, nach Abbe (Breslau: Trewendt, 1893).

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