In a galaxy far far away (Germany) Hubert Zitt, professor at the Zweibrücken University of Applied Sciences and known for Star Trek and Star Wars lectures, along with a small team, transformed the Zweibrück Observatory of the Natural Science Association into a giant R2-D2 – and it is out of this world.
Dr. Hubert Zitt may be known now for his Star Wars and Star Trek expertise, but he got his start in electrotechnology. He received a doctorate from Saarland University in the field of systems theory of electrotechnology and is now a tenured professor in the field at the University of Applied Sciences, Kaiserslautern, Zweibrücken. When he’s not teaching electrotechnology he is spreading information about his favorite sci-fi pop culture.
He gained worldwide acclaim as a Global Top Speaker for his lectures on Star Trek. The first one announced was a “Christmas lecture” where he presented the topic in a unique style that people couldn’t get enough of. In 2005 he took his lectures on the road to other cities at other universities and conventions such as FedCon, Europe’s biggest Science Fiction Convention.
Zitt gained so much recognition in his field that he wrote the preface of the book ‘Star Trek in Germany’ along with the son of the Star Trek inventor Gene Roddenberry in 2008. In the fall semester of the same year, the professor became a regular lecturer at the The University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas teaching ‘The Physics of Star Trek.’
R2-D2 stands proud, guarding the university, but knowing how hardcore this professor is, maybe C-3PO will join him sometime in the future? which building would that be? We will be eagerly waiting to see what this hardcore fan has in store for us next!
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