The non-independent, non-profit Georg Manecke Foundation was set up at the GDCh in 1999 by the widow of the namesake to pave the way for young scientists to their professional future. The founder, Nina Manecke, wants to contribute to promoting young scientists in her husband's fields of work in his spirit.
Georg Manecke (1916 - 1990) was interested in preparative macromolecular chemistry and the practical application of macromolecular substances, especially for biochemical and biotechnical purposes.
The Georg Manecke Prize is to be awarded from the foundation to natural scientists with a doctorate or equivalent qualifications who are aiming for a further scientific career in basic or applied research and who have not yet habilitated, as well as the Georg Manecke Scholarship to foreign scientists , preferably awarded annually to Eastern European and Asian scientists to support their research stays at German universities or other scientific institutions.
|2000||Brigitte Voit, Dresden|
|2003||Joerg Tiller, Freiburg|
|2007||Andriy Pich, Dresden|
|2012||Leonid Ionov, Dresden|
|2014||Frederik Wurm, Mainz|
|2016||Sebastian Kruss, Goettingen|
|2019||Julian Thiele, Dresden|
|2001||Eva Lichnerova, Bratislava, Slovakia|
|2006||Eliska Svobodova, Pardubice/ Czech Republic|
|2010||Nadiya Solomko, Lviv/Ukraine|
GDCh managing director: Prof. Dr. Wolfram KOCH, Frankfurt a. M. (Chair)
Nina MANECKE, Berlin (founder)
Prof. Dr. Katharina LANDFESTER, Mainz
Prof. Dr. Rainer HAAG, Berlin
Prof. Dr. Helmut RITTER, Düsseldorf
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang P. MEIER, Basel
Prof. Dr. Brigitte VOIT, Dresden
Prof. Dr. Eckhard OTTOW, Berlin
Dr. Jasmin Herr
Varrentrappstr. 40 - 42
60486 Frankfurt aM
Tel. +49 69 7917-323
Fax +49 69 7917-1323
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