Wohler Association for Inorganic Chemistry

Who we are - what we do

inorganic chemistry is a fundamental basic discipline of chemistry, and its limits can hardly be determined in the course of the increasing interdisciplinarity of modern research. In addition to the fundamentally oriented teaching and research, which decisively shapes the understanding of chemistry, it plays a central role in the rapid developments in the natural sciences and encompasses a large number of highly topical and future-oriented research fields with an enormous breadth - from exciting molecular chemistry to the design of novel catalysts and materials for energy research up to supramolecular and bioinorganic chemistry on the border to the life sciences.

The general tasks of the Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry are:


  • to further develop the understanding of inorganic chemistry and its perception in society,
  • Strengthening the networking of the chemical subjects through cooperation with other Divisions - it works in all tasks with the Liebig Association for Organic Chemistry and the Solid State Chemistry and Division of Solid-State Chemistry and Materials Research , especially in curricular issues with the German Bunsen Society for physical chemistry and on special issues also with the Working Group Fluorochemistry, the Society for biochemistry and Molecular Biology and relevant Divisions of the GDCh,
  • To stimulate research directions and research projects in the field of inorganic chemistry,
  • to promote the subject of inorganic chemistry at universities and the inter-university cooperation of responsible teaching staff,
  • to promote contacts and the exchange of experiences among members and foreign colleagues,
  • to inform about important publications concerning inorganic chemistry and other activities in this area,
  • to build a bridge between school, college and work.


The Board consists of the chairman, his deputy and at least one, but not more than four assessors.
The candidates are from the fields


  • University / research institutions and
  • Industry / liberal professions

elected. At least one elected member of the board of directors must come from the field of industry / liberal professions.


EurJIC Young Investigator Prize

The prize will be awarded to a young scientist of any nationality who has completed a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Chemistry for an excellent scientific publication in a field within Inorganic Chemistry. more

Wöhler BASF Young Talent Award

The Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry of the German Chemical Society awards the Wöhler BASF Young Talent Award. The prize is traditionally awarded at the Wöhler Conferences . more

Wöhler PhD Award award for inorganic chemistry

The prize is aimed at young scientists in recognition of special scientific achievements for an excellent doctorate in inorganic chemistry completed in Germany more

GDCh Science
forum chemistry 2023

04.09.-06.09., Leipzig

Symposium "Highlights from Inorganic Chemistry" Mon, September 4, 2:10 p.m. - 5:20 p.m. & Wed, September 6, 2:10 p.m. - 3:30 p.m

Symposium "Dialogue in Inorganic Chemistry" with FG Solid State Chemistry & Materials Research
Mon, 04.09., 11.30 a.m. - 12.50 p.m. & Tue, 05.09., 10.50 a.m. - 12.50 p.m

Karl Ziegler Symposium with Liebig Association for Organic Chemistry
Tue, 05.09., 14.10 - 17.20


Online lecture series "JuWöV sessions" 2023

Mon, February 6th, 5 p.m
program and registration

Archive 2022
Mon, December 5th, 5 p.m
Mon, November 7th, 5 p.m
Mon, June 13, 5 p.m
Mon, April 11, 5 p.m
Mon, February 7th, 5 p.m. (cancelled)

Archive 2021
Mon, December 6th, 5 p.m
Mon, July 5th, 5 p.m
Mon, June 7th, 5 p.m
Mon, May 3rd, 5 p.m

Young Wöhler Association - JuWöV

advanced training

Current training courses can be found here

Aktuelle Wochenschau 2016



GDCh Office
Dipl.-Biol. Nicole Bürger
Tel .: +49 069 7917-231
Email: n.buerger@gdch.de

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