Together with the Real Sociedad Española de Química, the Hermanos Elhuyar - Hans Goldschmidt Lecture was established in 1998. It took place for the first time a year later in Spain. Professor Hans-Heinrich Limbach from Berlin was invited.
The Elhuyar brothers were both passionate mineralogists and chemists. They both studied in Paris and went to the Freiberg Mining Academy. They continued their education through educational trips to Central and Northern Europe. In 1783 the brothers published their research on the extraction of tungsten from wolframite. That makes them the discoverers of tungsten.
The chemist Hans Goldschmidt was born in Berlin in 1861. He studied in Berlin and later with Robert Wilhelm Bunsen at the University of Heidelberg, where he also received his doctorate. In 1894 he developed the thermite process, which is still important today. This redox reaction enabled the simple production of carbon-free metals such as iron, chromium and manganese and is still of great importance in rail construction today.
Professor Peter H. Seeberger and his working group are researching sugar-based vaccines, for example against malaria. It is thanks to him that oligosaccharides can be synthesized automatically, which is a major milestone for further research.
In his research, Professor Bein deals with functional nanosystems. The interests of the physical chemist and his working group range from metal organic frameworks and semiconductors to applications in medicine.
Thomas Bein, Munich
Luis M. Liz-Marzán, Donostia-San Sebastián/Spain
Tomás Torres, Madrid/Spain
Paul Knochel, Munich
|2017||Karsten Meyer, Erlangen-Nuremberg|
Nazario Martin, Madrid/Spain
Frank Wuerthner, Wuerzburg
|2015||Evamarie Hey-Hawkins, Leipzig|
|2014||Helmuth Möhwald, Potsdam|
Antonio Liobet, Barcelona/Spain
Gerhard Erker, Munster
David Brian Amabilino, Cerdanyola des Vallés/Spain
Christian Griesinger, Goettingen
|2010||Horst Weller, Hamburg|
|2009||Dirk Guldi, Erlangen-Nuremberg|
Pablo Espinet, Valladolid/Spain
Klaus Müllen, Mainz
|2007||Gernot Frenking, Marburg|
|2006||Andreas Hirsch, Erlangen-Nuremberg|
|2005||José Barluenga, Oviedo/Spain|
|2004/2005||Silvia E. Braslavsky, Mühlheim/Ruhr|
|2003/2004||Markus Antonietti, Golm|
|2002||Luis A. Oro, Zaragoza/Spain|
|2000||Ernesto Carmona-Gusmán, Seville/Spain|
|1999||Hans Heinrich Limbach, Berlin|
Prof. Dr. Arànzazu del Campo, Saarland University (lead management)
Prof. Dr. Alicia Casitas Montero, University of Marburg
Prof. Dr. Christian Griesinger, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry Göttingen
Prof. Dr. Horst Weller, University of Hamburg
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