(Born: Königslutter, Brunswick, Saxony, Germany, 26 April 1807; Died: 1861) German.
First instructor of mathematics and physics at the gymnasium at Aurich, 1829-31, followed by a position at Oldenburg, 1831 to 35. He became a professor of mathematics and physics at the Carolinum of Braunschweig in 1836. There he was elevated to the post of chancillor, a position he held from 1840 to 1852.
Biographical references: Poggendorff: 2, col. 1151.
1. German, 1833.
Versuch einer genetischen Entwickelung der mechanischen Krystallisations-Gesetze, &c. Bremen, 1833.
8°: xxvi, 371,  p., 4 plates.
Bibliographical references: Adams Library (McGill University). BL [8705.df.17.]. BMC: 5, 2160.