Gerhard Hesse Prize

Gerhard Hesse Prize

The Working Group Separation Science GDCh Division of Analytical Chemistry usually awards the Gerhard Hesse Prize, endowed with 3000 euros, in uneven years as part of ANAKON. The award honors scientists who have made outstanding achievements in the field of analytical separation techniques, who have made special contributions to this scientific discipline and who have not exceeded the age of 50. All members of the separation science working group are entitled to make proposals; Applications are not possible. The extended Board of the separation science working group will decide on the award of the prize. The award is made in memory of the founding chairman of the former Chromatography Working Group.

Current call for applications: Gerhard Hesse Prize 2021

Submission deadline: December 1, 2021

Goal setting
The Working Group Separation Science GDCh Division of Analytical Chemistry usually awards the Gerhard Hesse Prize to scientists who have made outstanding achievements in the field of analytical separation techniques, who have made special contributions to this scientific discipline and are 50 years old. Have not passed the year of life. The prize is awarded in memory of the founding chairman of the former Chromatography Working Group.

The price
The award is combined with an award certificate and prize money of 3,000 euros. The award ceremony will take place during the next ANAKON (March 7-10, 2022 in Leipzig) - combined with a presentation of the award-winning achievements in the form of a lecture. The Working Group Separation Science bears the costs of participating in the conference. The extended Board of the working group decides on the award of the prize.

nomination
All members of the working group are entitled to make proposals. Applications are not possible. Scientists who have made outstanding achievements in the field of analytical separation techniques can be nominated; they should not be over 50 years of age. All nominations consist of an informal appraisal of the achievements and the nominee's curriculum vitae (including contact details).

submission
Please send your proposal electronically and summarized in a PDF file (maximum file size 10 MB) to Dr. Martin Vogel, the chairman of the separation science working group.

Gerhard Hesse Prize 2019

Presentation of the Gerhard Hesse Prize to Dr. Stefan Lamotte (right) by Dr. Martin Vogel (left) during ANAKON 2019 in Münster. (Photo: WWU Münster)

Gerhard Hesse Prize 2013ff

year Surname Facility
2019 Dr. Stefan Lamotte BASF SE Ludwigshafen
2017 Prof. Dr. Michael Lämmerhofer University of Tübingen
2015 Prof. Dr. Detlev Belder University of Leipzig
2013 Prof. Dr. Oliver J. Schmitz university Duisburg-Essen

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