Hans-Georg Weinig

Abstract by Dr. Hans-Georg Weinig, German Chemical Society eV, Frankfurt

National and international activities of the German Chemical Society

The presentation gives an overview of the numerous activities of the GDCh in Germany, Europe and worldwide. The focus is on presenting activities that are of particular interest to students, doctoral candidates, postdocs and young professionals.

Curriculum Vitae of Dr. Hans-Georg Weinig

* 15. July 1969 in Fulda Hans-Georg Weinig studied chemistry in Marburg and at the LMU Munich, and completed his dissertation in organic and bio-organic chemistry at the Humboldt University in Berlin. The thesis was defended in December 2000. After a postdoctoral fellowship in industrial organic chemistry at the University of ?La Sapienza? in Rome, supported by the DFG, he began his professional career in an SME in Berlin-Adlershof, where he dealt with technology transfer and industrial legacy and policy advice (focus on Russia). In 2007 he was a research fellow in the headquarters of the Leibniz Association in Bonn, where he was responsible among other things for the care of the Leibniz Institute of the sections natural sciences, life sciences and environmental sciences. In November 2009, Hans-Georg came to the GDCh in Frankfurt as a scientific coordinator, and since January 2011 he has headed the Education, Career and Science department there. Hans-Georg represents the GDCh in numerous committees, for example at the ?Roundtable Innovations? of the Association of the Chemical Industry and in the acatech expert group ?Innovation Dialogue between the Federal Government, Business and Science?. At the proposal of the Federal Government, he was appointed a founding member of the new Advisory Board on Education and Outreach at the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OVCW) in The Hague with effect from January 1, 2016.

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