Conditions: The degree (diploma or master’s degree) must not have been more than five years old on September 15, 2023. Self-nominations are permitted.
Required nomination documents: Brief justification, curriculum vitae and list of the top 10 publications
Deadline: September 15, 2023
Nomination and application form
The Carl-Roth Award is awarded to young scientists who have completed their studies (master's or diploma) within the last five years. The prize is awarded for resource-saving synthetic routes or innovative chemical applications.
Simon Karnbrock is the awardee of the Carl Roth Promotion Prize in recognition of his independent research and exceptional contributions to the understanding of phosphorus-based organocatalysts that enable redox processes through phosphorus-ligand redox systems.
Simon Karnbrock, Georg-August University of Goettingen
|2022||Jacob Schneidewind, RWTH Aachen University|
|2020||Maximilian Benz, Karlsruhe|
|2019||Dennis Vogelsang, Dortmund|
|2018||Anne Fuhrmann, Berlin|
|2017||Sven Herrmann, Ulm|
|2016||David Fabry, Aachen|
|2015||Daniel Volz, Karlsruhe|
|2014||Juliette Halli, Frankfurt a. M|
Prof. Dr. Michael AR Meier, KIT Karlsruhe (lead management)
Alkit Beqiraj MSc, JCF Potsdam
Prof. Dr. Ivana Fleischer, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen
Prof. Dr. Nathalie Kunkel, Technical University of Munich
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Leopold, University of Ulm
Prof. Dr. Lena Daumann, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
dr Lutz Greb, Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg
André Houdelet, representative of Carl Roth GmbH + Co. KG (sponsor)
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