The Marie Sklodowska-Curie - Wilhelm Klemm lecture is awarded together with the Polskie Towarzystwo Chemiczne. The lecture took place for the first time in 1995 and since then Polish and German scientists have received awards.
The namesake of the lecture both had close ties to Poland. Marie Sklodowska Curie was a physicist and chemist with Polish roots. She received the Nobel Prize in various fields. In 1903 she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics and in 1911 the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Marie Curie is best known for her pioneering work in the field of radioactive compounds.
Wilhelm Klemm was born in Guhrau in what is now Poland in 1896. He studied and obtained his PhD in inorganic chemistry at the University of Wroclaw. He completed his habilitation in Hanover. He then researched and taught at the Technical University of Danzig until it was evacuated in 1944. At the same time as Rudolf Hoppe, Wilhelm Klemm succeeded in producing noble gas compounds for the first time.
Professor Agnieszka Szumna is an organic chemist in the field of supramolecular chemistry. Her research focuses on inherent chirality, molecular recognition, and encapsulation. Particularly noteworthy is her work in the field of peptides. The title of her lecture was ?Dynamic peptidic containers - A road towards bio-inspired self-assembly?.
Professor Cyryl Lechos?aw Latos-Gra?y?ski is an expert in the field of novel porphyrins. The working group synthesizes and characterizes a wide variety of derivatives such as carba or heteroporphyrinoid systems. Complex derivatives are also the focus of Professor Latos-Gra?y?ski and his working group.
|2007||Karol Grela, Warsaw/Poland|
|2002||Marian Mikoljczyk, Lodz/Poland|
Adam Hulanicki, Warsaw/Poland
Gerhard Ertl, Berlin
|1997||Henryk Ratajczak, Paris/France and Wroclaw/Poland|
|1996||Emanuel Vogel, Cologne|
|1995||Mieczyslaw Makosza, Warsaw/Poland|
Prof. Dr. Svetlana Tsogoeva, Fr.-A.-Universität Erlangen-Nuremberg (lead management)
Prof. Dr. Richard Göttlich, University of Gießen
Prof. Dr. Hans-Ulrich Reissig, Berlin
Prof. Dr. Claudia Wickleder, University of Siegen
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