Awards and honors

Awards and honors

The Food Chemical Society of Food Chemistry (LChG) awards prizes to personalities who have supported the work of the LChG or who have promoted the profession of food chemist (Adolf Juckenack Medal).

In addition, it honors and promotes the next generation of scientists (Werner Baltes Award of the Young Scientist, Future Award of the Society of Food Chemistry, Bruno Rossmann Award and Josef Schormüller Scholarship).

As a rule, all prizes are awarded at the annual festival of the Food Chemists' Day.

The GDCh also awards the Joseph König commemorative coin every two years to personalities who have made special contributions to scientific development and to the promotion and recognition of food chemistry .

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Adolf Juckenack Medal

Adolf Juckenack
Medaille

The Food Chemical Society of Food Chemistry (LChG) - Division in the GDCh - awards the Adolf Juckenack Medal to personalities who, through years of
personal commitment in important positions supported the work of the food chemical society or who have promoted the profession of food chemist through their work The awardee by the Board of the LChG. The medal is awarded at the ceremony of the annual food chemists' day.

The award is in 1981 by the then Division "food chemistry and Forensic Chemistry" in memory of the secret council and ministerial councilor
Prof. Dr. Adolf Juckenack (1870-1939). After being awarded almost annually, the medal has been awarded every two years since 2016 (decision of the LChG board on December 3rd, 2016).
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The following personalities received the Adolf Juckenack Medal (title and place and at the time of the award):

2020
Dr. Rüdiger Schneider, Bruchsal

2018
Dr. Jörg Häseler, Berlin, representing the WG JLC as founding chairman

2016
Dr. Gunter Fricke, Frankfurt

2015
Dr. Peter Fecher, Wiesenttal

2014
Annette Neuhaus, Detmold

2013
Dr. Erhard Kirchhoff, Berlin

2012
Prof. Dr. Michael Petz, Wuppertal

2011
Chem.-Dir. Helmut Streit, Mainz

2010
Dr. Hasan Taschan, Kassel

2008
Anneliese Brockmann, Oerlinghausen

2006
Dr. Dietmar Kasprick, Dresden

2005
Dr. Hanke Hey, Neumünster

2004
Dr. Siegfried Wallrauch, Würzburg

2003
Prof. Dr. Helmut Erbersdobler, Kiel

2002
Gundula Thomas, Dresden

2000
Prof. Dr. Manfred Geßler, Cologne

1998
Dr. Klaus Günther, Preetz

1997
Prof. Dr. Dr. hc. Erich Coduro, Vaterstetten

1996
Ltd. Chem. Dir. Dr. Horst Berg, Karlsruhe

1995
Prof. Dr. Alfred Monday, Hamburg

1994
Prof. Dr. Peter B. Czedik-Eysenberg, Vienna

1993
Prof. Dr. Karl Herrmann, Hanover

1992
Ltd. Chem. Dir. Hans Miethke, Stuttgart

1991
Prof. Dr. Dieter Eckert, Bonn

1989
Dr. Siegfried Baudner, Marburg
Dr. Herbert O. Günther, Neusäß

1987
Chemical director Günther Halder, Berlin
Dr. Auguste Mankel, Bochum
Dr. Fritz Ruf, Heilbronn

1984
Prof. Walter Zipfel, Karlsruhe

1983
Dr. Ruth Burkhardt, Geisenheim
Retired Ministerialrat Hans Mollenhauer, Bonn
Dr. Gerhard Nagel, Bielefeld

1982
Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Fresenius, Taunusstein

Werner Baltes Award of the Young Scientist

Werner Baltes

The Food Chemical Society of Food Chemistry (LChG) - Division in the GDCh awards the Werner Baltes Prize to young colleagues who are already independently scientifically active but not yet permanently appointed for special scientific achievements. The award is intended to be an incentive for further successful activities. The prize money is EUR 2000.00. The prize is awarded at the festive meeting of the annual food chemists' day. The awardee presents his scientific achievements in a lecture.

The Young Scientist Prize was launched in 1969 and, from 1998 to 2017, was named after Prof. Dr. Kurt Täufel (1892-1970). In 2017 the award was given in honor of Prof. Dr. Werner Baltes (1929 - 2013) renamed the "Werner Baltes Award of the Young Scientist" and was awarded under this name for the first time in 2018. The food chemist Werner Baltes was the first awardee of the "Young Scientist Prize" in 1970. He is and was particularly known for his educational publications and has made a special contribution to training and promoting young food chemists.

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Proposals are from - a - university professor of food chemistry until February 28th. of each year in electronic form with a letter of recommendation or endorsement, a curriculum vitae, a structured list of publications and a description of the candidate's scientific projects to be sent to the

Board of the Food Chemical Society
Varrentrappstr. 40-42
60486 Frankfurt am Main
Email: n.buerger@gdch.de

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So far (place at the time of the award) received the award:

2021
PD Dr. habil- Claudia Oellig, Hohenheim

2020
Dr. Franziska S. Hanschen, Großbeeren

2019
Dr. Michael Hellwig, Dresden

2018
Dr. Daniel Wefers, Karlsruhe

2017
PD Dr. Jörg Driver, Mainz

2016
Dr. Michael Granvogl, Freising

2015
Prof. Dr. Nils Helge Schebb, Wuppertal

2014
Dr. Jens Brockmeyer, Münster

2013
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Melanie Esselen, Kaiserslautern

2012
Dr. Dietmar Rolf Kammerer, Stuttgart-Hohenheim


2010
PD Dr. Andrea Büttner, Munich and Erlangen

2009
PD Dr. Getrud Morlock, Stuttgart-Hohenheim

2008
Prof. Dr. Tanja Schwerdtle, Berlin / Münster

2007
Dr. Michael Rychlik, Munich / Garching

2006
Dr. Mirko Bunzel, Hamburg

2005
Dr. Dietmar Breithaupt, Stuttgart-Hohenheim

2004
Dr. Markus Jürgen Fischer, Munich

2003
Dr. Marcus Glomb, Berlin

2001
Dr. Markus O. Lederer, Stuttgart-Hohenheim

2000
Dr. Markus Herderich, Würzburg

1999
Dr. Thomas Hofmann, Garching

1997
Dr. Stefan Vieths, Langen

1996
Dr. Ulrich H. Engelhardt, Braunschweig

1995
Dr. Thomas Henle, Freising

1994
Dr. Peter Winterhalter, Würzburg

1993
Dr. Peter Fürst, Munster

1992
Dr. Peter Schieberle, Munich

1986
Dr. Michael Petz, Münster

1984
Dr. Rudolf Galensa, Hanover

1978
Dr. Erhard Schulte, Münster

1973
Dr. Hans-Peter Thier, Erlangen

1970
Dr. Werner Baltes, Hamburg

Future Award of the Society of Food Chemistry

Dr. Gunter Fricke, Spender

The Society of Food Chemistry (LChG) - Division in the GDCh - annually announces the ?Future Award of the Society of Food Chemistry? for the best dissertation in the subject of food chemistry . With prize money of 2,000 euros, which is made available through a private donation, an outstanding work is to be honored, which stands out due to its innovative character and its particular relevance for the future and the further development of food chemistry . The results of the doctorate must appear in at least one original scientific publication or be in print at the time of application. The prize is awarded at the festive meeting of the German Food Chemists' Day.

The prize was awarded in 2020 as the successor to the Gerhard Billek Prize on the initiative of Dr. Gunter Fricke came into being as an ideal and financial supporter and the board of the LChG.

Food chemists with a doctorate are invited to apply independently. The following documents must be attached to the application:

     

  • Summary of the doctoral thesis
  • Application letter with a convincing presentation of the innovative character and the relevance of the scientific results for the further development of the subject of food chemistry
  • Proof of successful defense / disputation
  • a curriculum vitae of the candidate including contact details and
  • the dissertation as a PDF file.

A group of experts, the Dr. Gunter Fricke (chairman and donor), Frankfurt, Prof. Dr. Thomas Henle, Dresden, Thomas Böhm, Chemnitz, and Maike Arndt, Hamburg (WG JLC).

Proposals are to be submitted in electronic form to the chairman of the award jury, Dr. Gunter Fricke (donor), c / o Society of Food Chemistry - Division in the GDCh, email n.buerger@gdch.de.

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So far (place at the time of the award) received the award:

2021
Dr. Alexander M. Voigt, Bonn

2020
Dr. Franziska K. Haag, Munich

Bruno Rossmann Award

Bruno Roßmann (Jugendbildnis)

awardee

The Bruno Rossmann Award of the Bruno Roßmann Foundation is awarded during the Food Chemists Day by the Society of Food Chemistry - Division in the German Chemical Society . The prize consists of a certificate, a picture and curriculum vitae of the founder as well as a sum of up to 5,000 euros.

According to the will of the founder, scientific work on the following focal points can be awarded:

     

  • Rapid methods for the detection of harmful substances on and in food,
  • Methods for the examination of food with simple means, if, for example, the technical equipment can no longer be used for external reasons, as well as
  • Improvement of nutrition, elimination of harmful substances, better physiological utilization.

The funding objective thus serves the practice-oriented consumer protection with special consideration of rapid methods or innovative approaches to resource-saving food analysis as well as the improvement of the nutritional situation through technological advances, among other things through the reduction of undesirable substances.

Younger scientists whose work corresponds to the purpose of the foundation are invited to apply for the Bruno Rossmann Award through tenders - usually every two years - in the most important journals and journals. For this purpose, the thesis from the above-mentioned areas, written in German or English, a one-page German summary and documents about the academic career must be submitted. In addition, suitable work can be proposed by third parties if the relevant documents are attached.

A group of experts, Prof. Dr. Mirko Bunzel, Karlsruhe (chair), Prof. Dr. Thomas Kuballa, Karlsruhe, and Dr. Katrin Hoenicke, Hamburg.

Applications and suggestions are requested in electronic form by April 15, 2021 to the chairman of the Food Chemistry Society - Division in the GDCh, n.buerger@gdch.de. The rental price in 2021 is EUR 2500.

Josef Schormüller grant

Josef-Schormüller-Medaille

The Josef Schormüller grant promotes the scientific development of younger, professionally successful food chemists
especially through research stays abroad. The assets brought in by Professor Schormüller are administered by the Josef Schormüller Memorial Foundation.

The award of the scholarship takes place after the evaluation of the previous scientific achievements and the use of the scholarship by the foundation board, which consists of Prof. Dr. Monika Pischetsrieder (Erlangen), Prof. Dr. Tanja Schwerdtle (Potsdam), Prof. Dr. Reiner Wittkowski (Berlin), Dr. Gunter Fricke (Frankfurt) as an industrial representative and Mr Pothmann as a bank representative.

Applications or candidate proposals contain documents about the previous academic career as well as certificates and information on what the scholarship is to be used for. These documents together with the completed and signed application each to May 1 of each year sent with the reference "Josef Schormüller Memorial Foundation":

Prof. Dr. Reiner Wittkowski
Barkenhof 18
14163 Berlin
rwittkowski@t-online.de

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So far, the scholarship has been awarded to:

2021
Dr. Jana Raupbach, Nuthetal

2020
Dr. Simon Hammann, Erlangen

2019
No award

2018
Dr. Claudia Oellig, Hohenheim

2017
Dr. Fabian Weber, Bonn

2016
Dr. Sven Meckelmann, Lüdenscheid
Dr. Sören Meyer, Potsdam

2015
Dr. Franziska Hanschen, Großbeeren

2014
Dr. Michael Granvogl, Freising

2013
Constanze Hartmann, Erlangen
Mareen Smuda, Halle

2012
Dr. Julia Bornhorst, Münster
Dr. Michael Hellwig, Dresden

2010
Jens Brockmeyer, Münster

2009
Dr. Sascha Rohn, Berlin
Dr. Nils Schebb, Münster

2008
Dr. Ines Laube, Berlin

2007
Dr. Jörg Hegele, Lausanne

2006
Dr. Simone Höhle, Karlsruhe

2005
Sylvia Riedel, Münster
Dr. Tanja Schwerdtle, Berlin
Dr. Holger Zorn, Hanover

2004
Dr. Carlo Carsten Peich, Erlangen

2003
Dr. Stefan Bauer, Münster
Michael Schwarz, Braunschweig

2002
Dr. Andreas Schieber, Stuttgart-Hohenheim

2001
Dr. Andrea Büttner, Munich
Andreas Degenhardt, Braunschweig
Thomas Kislinger, Erlangen
Christoph Pfahler, Berlin
Dr. Uwe Schwarzenbolz, Dresden

2000
Mirko Bunzel, Hamburg
Dr. Frank Podebrad, Frankfurt am Main

1999
Dr. Wilfried Schwab

1998
Dr. Jan Fritsche

1997
PD Dr. Stefan Vieths

1996
Dr. Hans-Ulrich Humpf

1996
Dr. Un-Sook Gi

1995
Dr. Monika Pischetsrieder

1992
Dr. Karl Speer

1989
Dr. Rainer Malisch

1987
Dr. Peter Prince

1986
Dr. Franz Ledl

1984
Dr. Reiner Wittkowski

1982
Dr. Christian Gertz

1979
Dr. Hans Büning peacocks

Discontinued: Gerhard Billek Prize for the best dissertation in food chemistry

Gerhard Billek

The German Chemical Society announced the Gerhard Billek Prize for the best dissertation in food chemistry from 2007 to 2019. The prize money of 2,000 euros was awarded to an outstanding work that is characterized by scientific originality, an interdisciplinary approach with special consideration of food technology aspects as well as significant advances in the scientific field. The prize was awarded every year on the occasion of the festive meeting of the German Food Chemists' Days.

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