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Awards from the Division of Nuclear Chemistry

Fritz Straßmann Award

Award statutes

§1 The board of the nuclear chemistry Board of the Division decides to Division Award under the name "Fritz Straßmann Award".

§2 The Division Award is awarded to personalities who have made outstanding achievements in the field of nuclear chemistry .

§3 As a rule, the prize can be awarded every four years.

§4 All members of the Division are entitled to make proposals. Self-applications are excluded. The board and advisory board members of the Division decide on the award of the award with a simple majority. In the event of a tie, the chairperson of the Division is decisive.

§5 Applications are to be submitted in electronic form to the GDCh Office . The informal application, which should contain a reason for the candidate proposal, must be attached:

? a curriculum vitae with a maximum of three pages and a list of publications,
Lectures and awards

? three selected publications including a description of one's own share
in the case of articles with multiple authors

§6 The award should, if possible, take place in conjunction with a Division conference and a lecture by the award winner. The award includes a certificate showing the merits of the recipient. The prize is endowed with 2500 euros. The prize is financed from donations or from the specialist group budget.

§7 Changes to these statutes are only possible with a 2/3 majority of the Divisions board.

Decision of the board of directors of June 21, 2018, Dresden-Rossendorf

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The awardee is usually honored at the annual meeting of the Division . The awardee a lecture. The next award is planned for 2022. You can find the announcement here.

awardee Fritz Straßmann Award

2017

Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Modolo, Research Center Jülich

2013

PD Dr. Thorsten Stumpf, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute for Nuclear Waste Management (INE)

2009

Dr. Sönke Szidat University of Bern, Laboratory for Radio and environmental chemistry

Dr. Clemens Walther, Institute for Nuclear Waste Management, FZ Karlsruhe

2005

Dr. Petra J. Panak, Institute for Nuclear Waste Management, FZ Karlsruhe

2001

Dr. Tobias Reich, Institute for Radiochemistry, FZ Rossendorf

1998

Dr. Thomas Fanghänel, Institute for Nuclear Waste Management, FZ Karlsruhe

1994

Dr. Andreas Türler, Paul Scherrer Institute / CH

1990

Dr. Klaus Lützenkirchen, University of Mainz

1989

Dr. Christoph Lierse, Technical University of Munich

1986

Prof. Dr. Rolf Michel, University of Hanover

1984

Dr. Norbert Trautmann, University of Mainz

(Institutions at the time of the award ceremony)

PhD Award

Award statutes

§1 The board of the nuclear chemistry Board of the Division decides to award a PhD Award to the Division . The number of awardee is limited to three per call.

§2 The prize is awarded for an excellent dissertation in the field of nuclear chemistry . As a rule, the submitted work should be completed and assessed in the period between the annual Divisions meetings (usually two years).

§3 University professors and members of the Division with a doctorate are entitled to make proposals. The members of the board of directors and the advisory board of the Division form the jury. You decide with a simple majority of votes. In the event of a tie, the department chairperson decides.

§4 Applications must be submitted in electronic form in the office of the German Chemical Society. The informal application, which should contain a reason for the candidate proposal, must be attached:

? CV with list of publications / lectures / posters / grants and prizes
? the relevant scientific work
? the doctoral certificate or provisional certificate

§5 The award includes a certificate showing the merits of the recipient. The endowment is set at 500 euros.

§6 The awardee reports on the work at the Division conference. He is given the opportunity to present the results of his work in seminars at universities and research institutions on nuclear chemistry.

§7 Changes to these statutes are only possible with a 2/3 majority of the Divisions board.

Decision of the Board of Directors from June 15, 2016, Bern / CH

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The awardee is usually honored at the annual meeting of the Division . The awardee a lecture. The next award is planned for 2022. You can find the announcement here.

awardee of the PhD Award award

2019

Dr. Miiram Bader, Helmholtz Center Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR)

Dr. Katharina Domnanich, University of Bern / CH

Dr. Karolin Wagener, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

2017

Dr. Björn Drobot, Helmholtz Center Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR)

Dr. Bernadette Hammer-Rotzler, University of Bern, Department of Chemistry and biochemistry

Dr. Patrick Steinegger, University of Bern, Department of Chemistry and biochemistry

2015

Dr. Jenny Feige, Technical University Berlin, Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics

Dr. Sarah Finkeldei, Research Center Jülich, Institute for Energy and Climate Research

2013

Dr. Daniel Fröhlich, University of Mainz, Institute for Nuclear Chemistry

Dr. Christian Förster, Helmholtz Center Dresden-Rossendorf, Institute for Radiopharmacy

2011

Dr. Moritz Schmidt, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont / USA

Dr. Sascha Trumm, Bruchsal

2009

Dr. Jan Dvorak, Technical University of Munich, Institute for Radiochemistry

Dr. Patrick Riß, University of Mainz, Institute for Nuclear Chemistry

Dr. Kay Großmann, Research Center Dresden Rossendorf

2007

Dr. Tobias Heinrich, Rossendorf Research Center

Dr. Holger Hummrich, University of Mainz, Institute for Nuclear Chemistry

Dr. Konstantin P. Zhernosekov, Technical University of Munich, Institute for Radiochemistry

2005

Dr. Artur Meleshyn, University of Hanover, Center for Radiation Protection and Radioecology

Dr. Silvia Stumpf, University of Heidelberg and FZ Karlsruhe / INE

2003

Dr. Carsten Grüning, Joint Research Center Ispra / I

Dr. André Roßberg, Research Center Rossendorf

2001

Dr. Sönke Szidat, University of Hanover, Center for Radiation Protection and Radioecology

Dr. Robert Eichler, University of Bern / CH, Department of Chemistry and biochemistry

(Facilities at the time of the award ceremony)

Ausschreibungen 2022

Der Vorstand der GDCh-Fachgruppe Nuklearchemie schreibt den Fritz-Straßmann- und den Promotionspreis für die Vergabe im Jahr 2022 aus. Beide Preise werden auf der Fachgruppenjahrestagung, die vom 04. bis 06. Oktober 2022 in Bergisch Gladbach stattfindet, verliehen.

Der Fritz-Straßmann-Preis wird im Regelfall alle vier Jahre an Persönlichkeiten vergeben, die hervorragende Leistungen auf dem Gebiet der Nuklearchemie erbracht haben. Der Preis ist mit 2500,- Euro dotiert. Über die Zuerkennung der Auszeichnung entscheiden die Vorstands- und Beiratsmitglieder der Fachgruppe.

Der Promotionspreis wird für eine hervorragende Dissertation auf dem Gebiet der Nuklearchemie verliehen. Die Dissertation muss im Zeitraum vom 01.03.19 bis 28.02.22 abgeschlossen und bewertet worden sein. Der Preis besteht aus einer Urkunde, aus der die Verdienste des / der Ausgezeichneten hervorgehen, sowie aus 500,- Euro Preisgeld. Der / die Preisträger:in erhält außerdem die Gelegenheit, seine / ihre Arbeit in Form eines Vortrages auf der Jahrestagung der Fachgruppe Nuklearchemie vorzustellen. Der Promotionspreis kann an mehrere Preisträger:innen vergeben werden.

Vorschlagsberechtigt sind Hochschullehrer:innen und promovierte Mitglieder der Fachgruppe. Dem formlosen Antrag, der eine Begründung für den Vorschlag enthalten soll, sollen ein Lebenslauf mit Liste der Veröffentlichungen, Vorträge, Poster, Stipendien und Preise, die entsprechende wissenschaftliche Arbeit, sowie die Promotionsurkunde beziehungsweise eine vorläufige Bescheinigung beigefügt werden. 

Vorschläge für beide Preise sind in elektronischer Form bis 28. Februar 2022 an den Vorstand der Fachgruppe Nuklearchemie zu richten, E-Mail n.buerger@gdch.de

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