Every year, the Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry awards the Wöhler PhD Award Prize for Inorganic Chemistry to young scientists of any nationality in recognition of special scientific achievements for an excellent doctorate completed in Germany. The prize is endowed with 1000 euros. Only self-applications will be considered. A maximum of two awardees will be awarded per call for proposals for entries.
The Wöhler PhD Award award was first advertised for the year 2022, the deadline for applications has expired. The next call for proposals is planned for award in 2023.
The Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry of the GDCh is again announcing the Wöhler PhD Award Prize for Inorganic Chemistry to be awarded in 2023.
The prize is awarded to young scientists of any nationality in recognition of special scientific achievements for an excellent doctorate completed in Germany. The dissertation, which touches on the scientific field represented in the Division , was completed in 2021, including the disputation. Only self-applications will be considered. These must include a declaration of the exceptional quality of the doctoral thesis, which stands out due to its innovative character and its particular relevance for the future and the further development of the subject.
A jury made up of representatives from universities and industry and appointed by the Board of directors of the Wöhler Association decides on the selection.
The award, which was presented at the symposium "Highlights from Inorganic Chemistry" as part of the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry 2023, which took place from 04.09. until 06.09. in Leipzig, includes an award certificate and prize money of €1,000.
The application must include the following documents:
• a letter of application from the applicant
• a copy of the doctoral certificate
• the completed application form
• up to three key publications related to the doctorate, with decisive participation of the applicant
Applications must be submitted in electronic form by March 30, 2023 to the Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry, GDCh office, Dipl.-Biol. Nicole Bürger, email@example.com.
dr Gabriele Hierlmeier, Langquaid
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