Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Gerhard Glatting

Full Professor

University Hospital Ulm, Nuclear Medicine
Albert-Einstein-Allee 23, 89081 Ulm, Germany
Building No  N22
Office 2115

Telephone:  ++49 731 500 - 61340
Fax:             ++49 731 500 - 61302


"ORCID ID 0000-0001-7916-1576"
"Web of Science ResearcherID ABF-2506-2020"


Diploma, Physics, Ulm University
Diploma thesis: „Theoretische Untersuchungen zur Temperaturabhängigkeit optischer Linienbreiten in Gläsern“ [Theoretical investigation of the temperature dependence of optical linewidths in the glassy state]


PhD, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Ulm University
PhD thesis: „Zur Theorie des gummielastischen Verhaltens polymerer Netzwerke“ [On the theory of the rubber-elastic behaviour of polymer networks]


Scientist, Nuclear Medicine Clinic, Ulm University


Postgraduate study (distance learning) “Medical Physics and Engineering, Kaiserslautern Technical University


Board certification “Medical Physics” (DGMP)


Technical qualification in radiation protection (Medical Physics Expert)
Accreditation for medical physics teaching (DGMP) in Nuclear Medicine


Habilitation/Assistant professor for Medical Physics
„Zur Bildrekonstruktion in der Positronen-Emissions-Tomographie“ [On Image Reconstruction in Positron Emission Tomography]


Associate Professor, Ulm University


Science Award of the DGMP 2008


Full professor "Medical Radiation Physics/Radiation Protection", Medical Faculty Mannheim, Heidelberg University

Since 2016

Full professor "Medical Radiation Physics", Medical Faculty, Ulm University

2002 - 2019

Co-Editor Zeitschrift für Medizinische Physik  [Journal for Medical Physics]

Since 2005Member of the Advisory Committee of the German Association for Medical Physics (DGMP)

Since 2013

Member of the Editorial Board EJNMMI Physics

Since 2016Member of the Medical Physics Committee of the German Association for Nuclear Medicine (DGN)

2015 - 2018

Member of the EANM Physics Committee

2016 - 2020

Member of the EANM Radiation Protection Committee
Representative of the EANM in EURAMED

2017 - 2022Member of the MEDIRAD Stakeholder Board
2018-2019Member of the Dosimetry Committee of the German Association for Nuclear Medicine (DGN)
Since 2020Member of the Editorial Board Cancers
Since 2020Member of the DFG Review Board, Medicine, Subject Area 205-32 Medical Physics, Biomedical Technology
Since 2021Member of the „Steering Committee“ of the EFOMP Special Interest Group for Radionuclide Internal Dosimetry

All updated publications can be found here

Further publications:

  • G. Glatting, R.G. Winkler, P. Reineker. Functionality dependence for molecular non­affine deformation of polymer networks. Polymer 38: 4049-4052, 1997
  • G. Glatting, R.G. Winkler, P. Reineker. Microscopic Nonaffine Deformation of Poly­dis­perse Polymer Networks. Macromolecules 28: 5906-5909, 1995
  • G. Glatting. Polymer chains with correlations between adjacent segments: Qualita­tive differ­ences to the freely jointed chain. J Chem Phys 102: 3448-3451, 1995
  • G. Glatting, R.G. Winkler, P. Reineker. Freely jointed chain with variable seg­ment number and length. Colloid Polym Sci 273(1): 32-37, 1995
  • G. Glatting, R.G. Winkler, P. Reineker. Are the continuum and the lattice represen­ta­tion of freely jointed chains equivalent? Macromol Theory Simul 3: 575-583, 1994
  • G. Glatting, R.G. Winkler, P. Reineker. Influence of microscopic non-affinity and func­tion­ality on the deformation of polymeric networks. Macromol Symp 81: 129-137, 1994
  • G. Glatting, R.G. Winkler, P. Reineker. Analytical model for the microscopic non­af­fine deformation of polymer networks. J Chem Phys 101: 2532-2538, 1994
  • G. Glatting, R.G. Winkler, P. Reineker. Partition function and force extension rela­tion for a generalized freely jointed chain. Macromolecules 26: 6085-6091, 1993