Hermann Staudinger Prize

Hermann Staudinger Prize

     

  • Subject: Macromolecular Chemistry
  • Consists of: ? 7,500, gold medal, certificate
  • First awarded: 1971
  • Given in: even years
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Nomination deadline: October 1st, 2021.

The current announcement of the GDCh prizes 2022 can be found here: German English

Submit your nomination here.

The Hermann Staudinger Prize is awarded by the GDCh at most every two years to scientists who have made special contributions in the field of macromolecular chemistry. The award commemorates Hermann Staudinger, who is known as the father of polymer chemistry and who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1953 for his achievements. The GDCh Macromolecular Chemistry division has the right to propose the award winners.

Current awardee: Markus Antonietti, Potsdam

Professor Markus Antonietti received the Hermann Staudinger Prize 2020 for his research at the interfaces between polymer synthesis, materials research and interdisciplinary applications of functional materials in the fields of biomedicine to energy research. The award ceremony will take place during the annual meeting of the division Macromolecular Chemistry instead.

More information on Professor Antonietti

Prize winner 2018 - Brigitte Voit, Dresden

© Photo 2016
Tristan Vostry

The GDCh awarded Professor Brigitte Voit the Hermann Staudinger Prize in recognition of her fundamental work on the synthesis and application of highly branched polymer architectures and in recognition of her outstanding international commitment to the field of macromolecular chemistry.

More information about Professor Voit

Prize winners since 1971

2020 Markus Antonietti, Potsdam
2018 Brigitte Voit, Dresden
2016 Klaus Müllen, Mainz
2014 Martin Möller, Aachen
2012 Axel Müller, Bayreuth
2009 Rolf Mülhaupt, Freiburg
2006 Wolfgang Peter Meier, Basel / Switzerland
2003 Walter Kaminsky, Hamburg
2000 Walter Hugo Stockmayer, Hanover / USA
1997 Hansjörg Sinn, Hamburg
1994 Burkart Philipp, Teltow
1990 Gerhard Wegner, Mainz
1985 Helmut Ringsdorf, Mainz
1981 Hans Batzer, Basel / Switzerland
1979 Georg Manecke, Berlin
1977 Hermann Schnell, Leverkusen
1976 Hans Fikentscher, Ludwigshafen
1973 Otto Bayer, Leverkusen
1971 

Werner Kern, Mainz

Günter Viktor Schulz, Mainz

Selection committee

Prof. Katharina LANDFESTER, MPI Mainz (lead)
Prof. Christopher BARNER-KOWOLLIK, Brisbane / Australia
Prof. Rainer HAAG, Berlin
Prof. Doris KLEE, Aachen
Prof. Holger FREY, Mainz

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