The GDCh Working Group Fluorochemistry awards the "Publication Award Fluorine Chemistry Prize" every two years for outstanding scientific work in the field of fluorine chemistry by a doctor with a doctorate in Germany. The work should already be published and not older than about two years at the time of nomination. German scientists working abroad can also be nominated.The prize includes prize money of EUR 1000.00.
The prize is usually awarded at the symposium "Highlights from fluorine chemistry" as part of the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry.
You can find an overview of the awards and prizes awarded by the fluorine chemistry Working Group here.
The GDCh Working Group Fluorochemistry the "Publication Award Fluorine Chemistry". The prize will be financially supported by BASF in 2021 and will be awarded on the occasion of the GDCh Science Forum for Chemistry, which will take place Online from August 29th to September 1st, 2021. It is expected that the awardee a lecture on this occasion.
The award is to be made for an outstanding scientific work in the field of fluorine chemistry by a chemist who has a doctorate in Germany. German academics working abroad can also be proposed. The work should already be published and should not be older than about two years at the time of nomination.
University lecturers or industrial chemists working in the relevant research fields are entitled to make proposals. Self-applications are not possible. Internationally appointed experts and the Board of the AG fluorine chemistry decide on the selection. The prize includes prize money of 1000.00 euros.
The application, which is to be submitted informally electronically in PDF format, must be accompanied by the scientific work, a brief explanation of its worth in English, a detailed curriculum vitae and a summary of the scientific publications of the proposed candidate over the past two to three years. Proposals have until 30/03/2021 to the GDCh Office, AG fluorine chemistry,firstname.lastname@example.org be sent.
|Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius|
University of Munster
Prof. Dr. Beate Koksch
Prof. Dr. Nediljko Budisa
Free University of Berlin
Technical University Berlin
|2015||Prof. Dr. Thomas Braun||Humboldt University of Berlin|
|2013||Dr. Sebastian Hasenstab-Riedel||Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg|
|2011||Prof. Dr. Dieter Lentz||Free University of Berlin|
* Status at the time of awarding the prize
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