As a rule, the Working Group Separation Science awards the Ernst Bayer Prize to a young scientist every year as part of its doctoral seminar in Hohenroda. The award, endowed with an award certificate and 1000 euros, honors an outstanding article in the field of analytical separation techniques that has already appeared in an international journal with a review system or has been accepted for publication. Both nominations and applications are possible. Candidates: should not have exceeded the age of 30 years; the completion of the doctorate should be less than a year ago. A jury appointed by the working group Board decides on the awarding of the prizes; the decisive selection criterion is the scientific quality of the article.
Submission deadline: October 15, 2021
The Working Group Separation Science GDCh Division of Analytical Chemistry usually awards the Ernst Bayer Prize annually to honor an outstanding publication by young scientists in the field of analytical separation techniques.
The award is combined with an award certificate, prize money of 1000 euros and participation in the 32nd PhD seminar of the working group, which will take place from January 9th to 11th, 2022 in Hohenroda. The awardee present the award-winning publication in a short lecture during the seminar. An expert Board appointed by the working group board decides on the award of the prize; the decisive selection criterion is the scientific quality of the submitted work.
Nomination / application
Both nominations and applications are possible. The prize is open to all first-time authors: those of a publication that was published or accepted in an international scientific journal with a review system in 2020 or 2021, who have not yet exceeded the age of 30 and who completed their doctorate no more than a year ago . The application must clearly state which individual publication is proposed for the award. All suggestions contain a short recommendation or appreciation of the article, a résumé (including contact details) and the publication itself.
Please send your proposal electronically and summarized in a PDF file (max. 10 MB) to Dr. Martin Vogel, the chairman of the separation science working group.
|2020|| Dr. Patrick Olaf
Mass spectrometric investigation of cardiolipins
Journal of Chromatography A 2020, 1619, 460918
High-resolution high performance liquid chromatography:
Imaging Peptide and Protein Chirality via Amino Acid Analysis by Chiral x Chiral Two-Dimensional Correlation Liquid Chromatography
|2016||M.Sc. Carsten Lotter|
HPLC-MS with Glass Chips Featuring Monolithically Integrated Electrospray Emitters of Different Geometries
Universal Route to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Analysis in Foodstuff: Two-Dimensional Heart Cut Liquid Chromatography-Gas Chromatography-Mass-Spectrometry
|2014||Dr. Pablo A. Kler|| Non-aqueous electrolytes for isotachophoresis of weak bases and its application to the comprehensive preconcentration of the 20 proteinogenic amino acids in column-coupling ITP / CE-MS|
Anal Bioanal Chem (2014) 406; 7163-7174
|2013||Dr. Andrea Francesco Giuseppe Gargano||
Mixed-mode chromatography with zwitterionic phosphopeptidomimetic selectors from Ugi multicomponent reaction, article in press on Journal of Chromatography A
Journal of Chromatography A Volume 1317,
When Other Separation Techniques Fail: Compound-Specific Carbon
Plasmid DNA manufacturing: Topology-selective chromatography reveals Plasmid supercoiling shifts during fermentation and allows rapid and efficient preparation of topoisomers
Marek Mahut, Elisabeth Haller, Parisa Ghazidezfuli, Michael Leitner, Andreas Ebner, Peter Hinterdorfer, Wolfgang Lindner, Michael Lämmerhofer
Angewandte Chemie, International Edition
Chip Electrophoresis with Mass Spectrometric Detection in Record Speed
Stefanie Fritzsche, Peter Hoffmann and Detlev Belder
Repeatability of peptide identifications in shotgun
Nathanael Delmotte, et al.
Generation and Identification of Reactive Metabolites by Electrochemistry and Immobilized Enzymes Coupled On-Line to Liquid Chromatography / Mass Spectrometry
Wiebke Lohmann, Uwe Karst
Key to Analyte Migration and Retention in Electrochromatography
Ivo Nischang, Katja Spannmann, Ulrich Tallarek
|2006||Pavel A. Levkin||
Combining the Enantioselectivities of L-Valine Diamide and Permethylated ß-Cyclodextrin in One Gas Chromatographic Chiral Stationary Phase
Pavel A. Levkin, Anna Levkina, and Volker Schurig
|2005||Suzanna Maria van Leuwen||
Prediction of clozapine metabolism by on-line electrochemistry / liquid chromatography / mass spectrometry
S. van Leuwen, B. Blankert, J.-M. Kauffmann, U. Karst
J. Dahlmann, WR Budakowski, B. Luckas
|2003||Felix C. Leinweber||
Chromatographic performance of monolithic and particulate stationary phases. Hydrodynamics and adsorption capacity
FC Leinweber, U. Tallarek
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