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Josef Gruber was the oldest born in 1935 on the farm of his parents in Gstreifet, Kreis Kelheim (Bavaria) of 7 children, where he lived until 1955 and worked. Afterwards he attended until 1957, the Fachhochschule in Schönbrunn near Landshut. 1957-1961 he studied at the Technical University of Munich and Agriculture put in 1959 the special matriculation examination (Abitur) in Stuttgart from. After that he went to the United States and graduated from Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, a graduate degree in Economics, Statistics, Econometrics and Agricultural Economics. In 1965, he was there for his doctorate in Economics Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). After his return in 1967 he made a second doctorate at the Technical University of Munich, where he completed his habilitation in 1968. During his studies, was Josef Gruber several years Cusanuswerk scholarship, the WKKellogg Foundation and the Volkswagen Foundation. 1965-1971 Josef Gruber was first assistant, then lecturer and finally professor and Head of Market Analysis and econometric research at the Institute of Agricultural Policy and agricultural market nature of the TU München. He was appointed Professor of Statistics and Econometrics at the University of Kiel 1972nd He fulfilled this task until 1976, when he was first nominated for Statistics and Econometrics at the Open University in Hagen with the Department representative and finally in January 1977 held the chair. This professorship he held for 25 years; on 28 February 2001, he was given emeritus status.
From the end of 1988 Professor Gruber dealt in his Department, including within the framework of research projects of the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the European Union, with econometric modeling of long-term energy supply of the Federal Republic of Germany. In this connection, he began to engage in renewable energy and the issue of reorientation of the energy industry. His research projects were, for example, the question of how the traditional energy sources (fossil fuels and nuclear energy) and renewable energy sources must be combined in order to keep the overall cost of energy supply in the long term (ie for example 40 years) as low as possible. In spring 1993 Prof.Gruber first learned of the existence of vacuum energy (RE), was a member of the DVS and experienced on July 2, 1993 for the first time the performance of a device RE. From his field there arose almost inevitably that interested Prof.Gruber especially for the economic and ecological impact of the introduction of vacuum-energy technologies and in a series of works with the transition to space power and its impact on politics, economy and society employed.
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