Klein, born in Tettnang, Germany in 1957, has been a member
since 1992. He is working as a computer science specialist
in the field of computer-aided image analysis and 3D reconstruction.
is an elite and select group of engineers, scientists,
academicians and professionals of about 100 members.
Klein received his Dipl. Ing.
(M.S. in Electrical Engineering)
in 1981 from the Technische
in Munich. Courses included computer science,
compiler construction, data processing, and computer design.
1977, he has worked for several companies with developments
for multi-user systems (ADCOMP, 1977), Parallel Computer
System (PARNELL, 1987), design of graphics engines (Meterquest
Lts, England), interface design for Kodak film recorder
(Jonrel Assoc., 1989 in California), SPC 860 Parallel-Computer
(DMS, 1990), i860 server design for multiprocessing with
LYNX OS (Siemans, 1993/1994). image capture system for
the European Microwave Sense
Laboratory (ISPRA-JRC Joint Research Centre,
1993), image processing (CEWE color, photo finisher, 1994/1995),
and CDROM mastering projects (Otto-Versand Hamburg, 1994/1995.
Klein prepared the script and
co-hosted a 26-part series on computer science
(NDR-1983). He has given regular
lectures in computer science for students at the University
of Augsburg in modern computer architectures and lectures
on computer science at the Mathematical Institute.
has authored fourteen books on
computer science. His last books included Computergrafik
(Springer Verlag, 1994) and Linux
(Franzis Verlag, 1995). Since 1985, he has produced a
series on computer science and technique, Computer
Meeting, on public TV channels. In 1994, he
presented a segment on image analysis for MUFON-CES
in a feature on UFOs titled UFOs
Exist Really for the North German Television,
shown on ARD with eight million viewers. This program
received the highest rating for this prime time slot.
1995 International UFO Symposium Proceedings