Clemens-Winkler Medal

Clemens-Winkler Medal from the GDCh Division of Analytical Chemistry

As a rule, the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) awards the Clemens-Winkler Medal every two years as part of the ANAKON to individuals who, through their years of commitment, are committed to the scientific development and the promotion and recognition of analytical chemistry deserved. The award comes with an award certificate and a gold medal. The Division Board board decides on the award of the prize.

Current call for applications: Clemens-Winkler Medal 2022

Submission deadline: October 31, 2021

Goal setting
The Division of Analytical Chemistry of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) usually awards the Clemens-Winkler Medal as part of the ANAKON to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to scientific development and the promotion and recognition of analytical chemistry through their years of commitment .

The price
The award includes an award certificate and an embossed gold medal. The award ceremony takes place during the ANAKON 2022 by pandemic-related postponement of one year for the period 7th-10th March 2022 is planned in Leipzig and to which the awardee) is invited. The Division Board decides on the award of the prizes.

nomination
All members of the Division of Analytical Chemistry to make nominations; Self-nominations are not possible. Each nomination is based on a letter that sets out the particular achievements and merits of the proposed person and justifies the proposal.

submission
Please send your nomination letter by email to the GDCh Office for the attention of Maike Fries.

Clemens-Winkler Medal 2019

Presentation of the Clemens-Winkler Medal to Prof. Dr. Reinhard Nießner (right) by Dr. Joachim Richert (left) during ANAKON 2019 in Münster. Photo: WWU Münster

Clemens-Winkler Medal 1998ff

2019 Prof. Dr. Reinhard Niessner, Munich
2017 Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Ballschmiter, Ulm
2015 Prof. Dr. Günter Gauglitz, Tübingen
2013 Prof. Dr. Otto W. Wolfbeis, Graz / Austria
2012 Dr. Ernst-Heiner Korte, Dortmund
2011 Prof. Dr. Reiner Salzer, Dresden
2010 Prof. Dr. Rudolf E. Kaiser, Bad Dürkheim
2009 

Prof. Dr. Werner Engewald, Leipzig,

Prof. Dr. Dr. hc Adolf Zschunke, Leipzig

2007 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus K. Unger, Mainz
2006 Prof. Dr. Bernhard Welz, Florianópolis SC / Brazil
2005 Prof. Dr. Klaus Gustav Heumann, Mainz
2003 Prof. Dr. Georg-Alexander Hoyer, Berlin
2002 Prof. Dr. Heinz Engelhardt, Saarbrücken
2000 Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schrader, Essen
1998 Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Fresenius, Wiesbaden

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