EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Prize

EurJIC Wöhler Young Investigator Prize

The EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Award is intended to honor a young scientist with a doctorate for outstanding scientific work in the field of inorganic chemistry. This work, in which the young scientist is the corresponding author, should already have been published and should not be more than two years old at the time of nomination. The nominee should represent an independent research area, but not yet have an established academic position or an established position in industry.

The prize is awarded by the Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry of the GDCh and the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC). The prize is endowed with EUR 1500.

EurJIC Wöhler Young Investigator Prize - English

The EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Prize will be awarded to an early career researcher 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. The selected paper, in which the candidate appears as correspondence author, should have been published within two years before the nomination. The nominee will be an independent researcher, but not yet in an established academic or industrial position. Eligible for nomination are researchers in industry or academia with responsibility in an appropriate field.

The prize is announced by Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry, a division of the GDCh, and the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC). The prize is highly paid with EUR 1500,-.

call for proposals 2023

The Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry of the GDCh and the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC) are awarding the EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Award for the year 2023.

A junior scientist with a doctorate is to be honored for outstanding scientific work in the field of inorganic chemistry. This original work, in which the person to be honored is one of the corresponding authors, should already be published and no more than two years old at the time of nomination. The nominee should represent an independent research area, but not yet have an established academic or established position in industry. The EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Award is an international award for which candidates of all nationalities, genders and sexual orientations can be nominated.

University lecturers or industry representatives with a related area of responsibility are entitled to nominate candidates. Self-applications will only be considered in exceptional cases. A jury made up of representatives from universities and industry and appointed by the Board of the Wöhler Association and the EurJIC Board decides on the selection. The legal process is excluded.

The prize, which will be awarded as part of the symposium "Highlights from Inorganic Chemistry" at the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry, which will take place from September 4th to 6th, 2023 in Leipzig, includes an award certificate and prize money of ?1,500. The awards are financially supported by Chemistry Europe, an association of 16 chemical societies from 15 European countries representing over 75,000 chemists.

The nomination must be in English. The informal application must be accompanied by a copy of the nominated person's original scientific work, a detailed justification of the eligibility for the award, a detailed curriculum vitae, a summary of one's own scientific publications of the last three years and an expert opinion of at least one other university lecturer. In the case of self-application, the opinions of two university teachers are required.

Applications must be submitted in electronic form by March 30, 2023 to the Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry, GDCh office, Dipl.-Biol. Nicole Bürger, n.buerger@gdch.de.

Call for nominations 2023

The Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry, a division of the GDCh, and the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC) are pleased to announce the
EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Prize 2023.

The prize will be awarded to an early career researcher 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. The selected original research article, in which the candidate appears as one of the correspondence authors, should have been published within two years before the nomination. The nominee will be an independent researcher, but not yet in an established (or tenured) academic or industrial position.

Candidates can be nominated by researchers in industry or academia with responsibility in an appropriate field. Only in exceptional cases will self-nominations be considered. The EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Prize is an international award, and nominations are welcome for candidates of all nationalities, races, genders, sexual orientations and countries of residence. The selection will be made by a jury of representatives of universities and industry appointed by the board of the Wöhler Association, and by members of the Editorial Board of EurJIC. The decision of the jury is final.

The prize comprises a certificate and ? 1500.- and will be awarded at the Symposium ?Highlights in Inorganic Chemistry? of the GDCh-Wissenschaftsforum Chemie to be held in Leipzig, September 4th ? September 6th, 2023. The prize is financially supported by Chemistry Europe, an association of 16 chemical societies from 15 European countries, representing over 75,000 chemists.

The complete nomination must be in English and must comprise a copy of the selected published original research article, a detailed Curriculum Vitae, and a list of scientific publications over the past 3 years of the candidate, and also a thorough justification of the nomination and an appraisal of the work of the nominee by at least one other university professor. For self-nominations, at least two such appraisals are required.

Nominations should be submitted in electronic form by March 30th, 2023, to the Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry, GDCh Office, Dipl.-Biol. Nicole Bürger, n.buerger@gdch.de.

awardee

Place and title at the time of award

2021
Dr. Alexander Hinz, KIT, Karlsruhe

2019
Dr. Crispin Lichtenberg, University of Würzburg

2017
Dr. Fabian Dielmann, Westphalian Wilhelms University of Münster

2015
Dr. Dorota Koziej, ETH Zurich

2013
Dr. Kallol Ray, Humboldt University Berlin

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