Felix-Bloch Lectureship

Felix-Bloch Lectureship of the GDCh Division Magnetic Resonance

The Magnetic Resonance Division of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) usually awards the Felix-Bloch Lectureship annually, with which the outstanding achievements of the more mature young scientists in the field of magnetic resonance in the past five years are recognized - as evidenced by scientific publications. Associated with the award are an award certificate and prize money of 1000 euros. The awardee): He usually holds four lectures, the first of which will be given directly after the award ceremony, which takes place as part of the Division conference conference.

Current call for proposals for applications: Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2023

Deadline: March 31, 2023

objective
The Division of Magnetic Resonance of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) usually awards the Felix-Bloch Lectureship every year, with which the outstanding achievements of mature young scientists in the field of magnetic resonance are acknowledged - to be proven by scientific publications.

The price
The award comes with a certificate of award and prize money of 1,000 euros donated by the Division . The awardee usually gives four lectures, the first of which is held directly after the award ceremony at the 44th FGMR Annual Discussion Meeting , which takes place from 18-21 . September 2023 in Constance. A three-member selection committee appointed by the Division Board board decides on the award of the award.

nomination
scientists who have achieved outstanding scientific achievements in the five years prior to nomination can be nominated. Applications are not possible. All nominations include the following documents:

     

  • appreciation of scientific achievements,
  • Curriculum Vitae (including contact details) and
  • publication list.

submission
Please send your nomination electronically and summarized in a PDF file to the GDCh Office , attention Maike Fries.

Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2022

dr Dominik Benjamin Bucher (Technical University of Munich) were honored with the Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2022 during the 43rd FGMR Discussion Meeting on September 12, 2022.

Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2021

Jun.-Prof. dr Ann-Christin Pöppler (University of Würzburg) and Dr. Stefan Glöggler (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen) were honored with the Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2021 during the 42nd FGMR Discussion Meeting on October 1 and September 29, 2021.

Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2019

f.l.t.r. F. Hagn, B. Luy (Foto: GDCh)

With the 2019 Felix-Bloch Lectureship , Prof. Dr. Franz Hagn honored during the 41st FGMR lecture conference (EUROISMAR; Berlin) on August 25, 2019.

Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2018

M. Etzkorn (left) and B. Luy (right)
(Foto: Christian Hülla)

The Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2018 was given to Dr. Manuel Etzkorn on the occasion of the 40th FGMR lecture conference on September 10, 2018 in Leipzig.

Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2017

The 2017 Felix-Bloch Lectureship was given to Dr. Muslim Dvoyashkin on the occasion of the 39th FGMR lecture conference on September 15, 2017 in Bayreuth.

Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2016

C.M. Thiele (left) and B. Corzilius (right).

The 2016 Felix-Bloch Lectureship was presented to Dr. Björn Corzilius on the occasion of the 38th FGMR lecture conference on September 12, 2016 in Düsseldorf.

Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2015

R.J. Linser (le) and E. Brunner (ri)
(Foto: Philipp Czechowski)

The Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2015 was presented to Dr. Rasmus Jan Linser on the occasion of the 37th lecture conference of the Division of Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy on September 7, 2015 in Darmstadt.

Felix-Bloch Lectureship 2015ff

 

Year place of award Surname Affiliation at the time of the award
2022 Karlsruhe dr Dominik Benjamin Bucher Technical University of Munich
2021 on-line Jun.-Prof. dr Ann-Christin Pöppler University of Wuerzburg
2021 on-line dr Stefan Glöggler

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen

2019 Berlin Prof. Dr. Franz Hagn Technical University of Munich
2018 Leipzig dr Manuel Etzkorn Heinrich-Heine-University Dusseldorf
2017 Bayreuth dr Muslim Dvoyashkin University of Leipzig
2016 Dusseldorf Dr.-Ing. Bjorn Corzilius Goethe University Frankfurt

2015

Darmstadt

dr Rasmus Linser

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen

 

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