Video contest

Video competition of the GDCh Division of Sustainable Chemistry

The transformation from the fossil fuel age to a sustainable energy supply and resource use is a central challenge of our time. The GDCh Division of Sustainable Chemistry invited postdocs, doctoral candidates and master?s students who are working on a research topic in the field of sustainable chemistry and who are members of the Division to present their research and the opportunities they see in it for a sustainable world in a short video. The video contributions should be entertaining, clear and understandable so that schoolchildren, first-year students and interested laypeople can understand the research and its added value. The research should be presented as an "elevator pitch", preferably with the support of drawing tools, animations or flip charts. Following a vote by the members of the specialist group, three videos were awarded prize money of 200 euros:

1st place: Sonja Mürtz, Aachen
2nd place: Janine Richter, Dresden
3rd place: Ruth D. Rittinghaus, Aachen

Many thanks to all participants!

Sonja Mürtz, working group: Prof. Regina Palkovits, Institute for Technical and macromolecular chemistry, RWTH Aachen University

Timothy Aljoscha Frede, working group ApparateDesign (Head: Prof. Dr.-Ing.Norbert Kockmann), Faculty of Biological and Chemical Engineering, TU Dortmund

Christian Gierlich, working group: Prof. Regina Palkovits, Institute for Technical and macromolecular chemistry, RWTH Aachen

Ruth D. Rittinghaus, AK Herres-Pawlis, Institute for inorganic chemistry, RWTH Aachen

Manuel Krug, Huwer working group , Department of Chemistry, University of Konstanz

Daniel Ditz, working group Prof. Dr. Regina Palkovits, Institute for Technical and Macromolecular Chemistry, RWTH Aachen University

Janine Richter, working group: Professorship for inorganic chemistry II, Technical University Dresden

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