Robert Georgii is instrument responsible of the beam line MIRA at FRM-II. He is also responsible for the organisation of the "Fortgeschrittenenpraktikum" at FRM-II. His research is concerned with magnetic structures of metals and layered magentic systems. Instrumentally he is engaged in developing further the polarised neutron reflectometry and the application of spin-echo methods for neutron reflectometry and small angle scattering. He received his diploma and PHD thesis in physics from the TU Munich. During his PHD he spent 3 years in Grenoble at the ILL. Then he had postdoctoral positions at ENEA in Frascati, Italy, at the University of Oxford and the Max-Planck Institute for extraterestical physics in Munich. In 2001 he joined FRM-II and became an associated member of E21.