The DAAS Prize, endowed with prize money of 1500 euros by Merck, is DAAS to honor outstanding scientific work in the field of chemical micro- and trace analysis and serves to recognize and promote younger scientists who are resident in Germany and are not older than 35 years. The prize is usually awarded every two years at ANAKON. Nominations can only be DAAS members. Employees of Merck KGaA and its affiliated companies cannot be proposed for the DAAS award. A jury made up of three DAAS members, including one member each, who represents Analytics at Merck KGaA and the DAAS Board , decides on the awarding of the prize; the third member is nominated by the DAAS Board .
After the merger of the working group for micro and trace analysis of elements and element species (AMSEl.) And the German working group for applied spectroscopy (DASp), the name of the prize was changed from AMSEl.-Prize to DAAS Prize. The donation of the prize money by Merck KGaA and the guidelines for awarding the prize remained unchanged.
DAAS Prize to Darya Mozhayeva (left) by Dr. Peter Leonhard (right).
(Place at the time of the award
|2020||dr Gerrit Renner, Essen|
in appreciation of his work in the working group of Prof. Dr. Torsten C. Schmidt at the University of Duisburg-Essen entitled "Development of new spectroscopic and multivariate chemometric methods for the characterization of microplastics in the marine environment"
|2018|| Darya Mozhayeva,|
in recognition of her scientific work on "Separation of Silver Nanoparticles with Different Coatings by Capillary Electrophoresis Coupled to ICP-MS in Single Particle Mode"
|2016||dr Ann-Christin Niehoff, Duisburg|| in recognition of her scientific work on "Elemental and Molecular Mass Spectrometry for Complementary Bioimaging:|
From Method Development to Biomedical Applications"
|2014|| dr Olga Borovinskaya|
Thun / Switzerland
in recognition of her scientific work on "A New Inductively Coupled Plasma Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer: Fundamental Investigations and Applications"
|year||awardee (institution at the time of the award)||Reason|
|2012||Dr. Marlies Grebe, Helmholtz Center, Geesthacht||in recognition of her scientific work on the "Isolation and characterization of transferrin glycoforms from seal blood samples"|
|2010||Jessica Köster, Leibnitz Institute for Analytical Sciences, ISAS, Dortmund||in recognition of her scientific work on the "Isoelectric focusing of small, non-covalently bound metal species from plants"|
|2008||Dr. Jens Heilmann, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?Development of mass spectrometric isotope dilution techniques for the reliable determination of traces of elements and sulfur species in petroleum products|
|2006||Dr. Carsten Engelhard, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster||in recognition of his scientific work on ?A new plasma source for trace analysis - development, characterization and application of inductively coupled plasma with reduced gas flow|
|2004||Dr. Anastasia Schwarz, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz||in recognition of her scientific work on the ?development of an online coupling method for GC with ECD and ICP-MS detection for the determination of biogenic, highly volatile brominated and iodinated hydrocarbons in seawater and the atmosphere|
|2002||Dr. Heiko Reinhardt||in recognition of his scientific work on the "development and application of a laser ablation ICP-MS method for multi-element analysis of atmospheric inputs in ice cores". in recognition of his scientific work on the "development and application of a laser ablation ICP-MS method for multi-element analysis of atmospheric inputs in ice cores|
|2000||Dr. Uwe Schäffer||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?Development and application of direct spectrometric methods for the analysis of high-tech carbon-based materials|
|1998||Dr. Michael Schwarzer||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?selective enrichment and determination of palladium in the ng and pg / L range by coupling a new type of flow injection process with instrumental analysis techniques with strong evidence|
|1996||Dr. Jörg Bettmer, Westphalian Wilhelms University of Münster||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?development of atomic spectrometric analysis methods for the speciation of lead and mercury|
|Dr. Heinrich Kipphardt||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?coupling of digestion with elemental fluorine and gas mass spectrometry|
|1994||Dr. Dietrich Volmer||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?determination and structural characterization of pesticides using the coupling of liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry|
|1992||Dipl.-Chem. Dirk Wallschläger||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?development of a process for the enrichment and determination of traces of vinyl chloride and dichloroethenes in water|
|1990||Dr. Walter Drews||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?development of a universal, extremely powerful nickel determination method (pg / g range) by MIP-OES, or AAS after volatilization as nickel tetracarbonyl|
|1988||Dr. Heinrich Baumann||in recognition of his scientific work on the ?Investigations into bromine / lead ratios as well as halogen and lead organic compounds in aerosols and automobile exhaust fumes|
|1986||Dr. Barbara Wiecken||in recognition of her scientific work on the ?trace analytical studies on heavy metal contamination of lung tissues|
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