Fresenius Award

Fresenius Prize

     

  • Subject: Analytical Chemistry
  • Consists of: 7,500 euros, gold medal, certificate
  • First awarded: 1962
  • Awarded in: Odd years
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§ 1 of the award regulations for the "Fresenius Prize" of the GDCh

In memory of the secret councilor Professor Dr. C. Remigius Fresenius, who was one of the first to decisively promote analytical chemistry in Germany through his well-known textbook and the laboratory he founded and the associated training center, awarded the German Chemical Society in 1961 for special services to analytical chemistry

Fresenius Prize

created. The prize consists of a gold commemorative coin with a portrait of Remigius Fresenius, created by the sculptor Heinrich Moshage, Düsseldorf, and a cash prize of ? 7,500.

Prize winner 2019 - Detlev Belder, Leipzig

Professor Detlev Belder received the Fresenius Prize for his groundbreaking work in the field of the development and application of microfluidic lab-on-a-chip systems in analytical chemistry, especially for analytical separation processes.

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Winner 2019 - Andrea Sinz, Halle-Wittenberg

Professor Andrea Sinz was honored with the Fresenius Award for her pioneering and fundamental work on structural-biological mass spectrometry based on the chemical cross-linking of proteins and protein complexes.

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Distinguished people since 1962

2019 

Detlev Belder, Leipzig

Andrea Sinz, Halle-Wittenberg

2017 Bernhard Spengler, Gießen
2015 Renato Zenobi, Zurich
2013 Torsten C. Schmidt, Duisburg-Essen
2011 Christian Huber, Salzburg/Austria
2009 

Uwe Karst, Munster

Ulrich Panne, Berlin

2007 Detlef Günther, Zurich/Switzerland
2005 Adam Heller, Austin/USA
2003 

Franz Hillenkamp, Munster

Michael Karas, Frankfurt am Main

2001 Matthias Mann, Odensee/Denmark
2000 Reinhard Niessner, Munich
1998 Gerhard Werner, Leipzig
1996 Helmut Günzler, Weinheim
1994 Ernst Bayer, Tubingen
1992 Heinrich Kriegsmann, Berlin
1991 Josef FK Huber, Vienna/Austria
1990 Karlheinz Ballschmitter, Ulm
1989 Klaus Dörffel, Leuna-Merseburg
1987 Lutz Rohrschneider, Marl
1985 Kurt Laqua, Dortmund
1982 Günther Tolg, Schwäbisch-Gmünd
1979 Hals Ulrich Bergmeyer, Tutzing
1975 Herman Kienitz, Ludwigshafen
1972 

Herhard Hesse, Erlangen Nuremberg

Erwin Lehrer, Ludwigshafen

1970 Walter Koch, Duisburg-Hamborn
1966 

Peter Dickens, Duisburg-Huckingen

Egon Stahl, Saarbrucken

1962 Wilhelm Geilmann, Mainz

selection committee

Prof. Dr. Andrea Sinz, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (lead management)
Prof. Dr. Thorsten Daubenfeld, Fresenius University
Prof. Dr. Uwe Karst, University of Munster
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Spengler, Justus Liebig University Gießen
Professor Renato Zenobi, ETH Zurich

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