|Birth||(1857-05-27)27 May 1857 Duisburg,German Confederation|
|Birth Place||Duisburg,German Confederation|
|Death||(1928-02-08)(aged 70) Heidelberg,Germany|
|Institution||University of Heidelberg)
||Doctoral Advisor||Hermann Kolbe|
Events Occured in Scienctist Life
He received his doctorate in 1882 in Leipzig.
After working from 1884 to 1886 for Adolf von Baeyer at the University of Munich, Curtius became the director of the analytical chemistry department at University of Erlangen until 1889.
In line with this success, Curtius was appointed Geheimer Regierungsrat (Privy Councillor) in 1895.
After a one-year appointment as the successor of the famous August Kekulé at Bonn University in 1897, Curtius succeeded Victor Meyer as Professor of Chemistry at his old university in Heidelberg in 1898, where he remained until his retirement in 1926.
In 1894 he founded the Kiel section of the Association of German and Austrian Alpinists, which he personally supported with gifts.
Theodor Curtius died in Heidelberg on 8 February 1928.
The Heidelberg University Archives has, in its possession, a photo album from 1907 marking the 25th anniversary of Theodor Curtius receiving his Doctorate.