The EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Award a young scientist with a doctorate for outstanding scientific work in the field of inorganic chemistry. This work, in which the young scientist appears as a correspondent author, should already be published and not be older than two years at the time of nomination. The nominee should represent an independent research area, but should not yet have an established academic position or an established position in industry.
The award is announced 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.
The EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator 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. 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 Vereinigung für Inorganische Chemie, a division of the GDCh, and the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC). The prize is highly paid with EUR 1500.
Dr. Alexander Hinz, KIT, Karlsruhe
Dr. Crispin Lichtenberg, University of Würzburg
Dr. Fabian Dielmann, Westphalian Wilhelms University of Münster
Dr. Dorota Koziej, ETH Zurich
Dr. Kallol Ray, Humboldt University Berlin
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