Since 2010, the Working Group Separation Science of the GDCh Division of Analytical Chemistry has been awarding the Eberhard-Gerstel Award every two years for an outstanding publication in the field of analytical separation techniques in an internationally recognized, peer-reviewed journal. The prize is aimed at young scientists and the decisive selection criteria for the award are originality, scientific, methodical or technical significance and the independence of the work. The award is presented at the analytica conference, which takes place in Munich in even-numbered years. The decision on the awarding of the prize is made by an international jury.
The prize money is donated by GERSTEL GmbH & Co. KG (Mülheim an der Ruhr), which was founded in 1967 by Eberhard Gerstel and has become a leading global provider of systems and solutions for automated sample preparation and sample application in GC/MS and LC /MS developed.
Deadline: January 31, 2024
The Working Group Separation Science group of the GDCh Division of Analytical Chemistry usually awards the Eberhard-Gerstel Award in even years for an outstanding scientific publication on the subject of analytical separation techniques in a peer-reviewed journal. The award also addresses work in the area of sample preparation including miniaturization and automation of sample preparation. The decisive selection criteria for awarding the prize are originality, scientific, methodological or technological significance and the independence of the work.
The award comes with an award certificate and prize money of 2,000 euros donated by GERSTEL GmbH & Co. KG. The ceremonial award ceremony will take place as part of the analytica conference, which will take place in Munich from April 9th to 11th, 2024. Following the award ceremony, the award-winning publication will be presented in a scientific lecture . The Working Group Separation Science bears the costs for participation in the conference. An international jury appointed by the working group board decides on the awarding of the prize.
Candidates can apply or be nominated for the award. You must be the first or corresponding author of a publication in an internationally recognized journal with a review system. The article must have been accepted for publication or published in 2022/2023. All submissions contain an informal statement (in the case of an application) or recommendation (in the case of a nomination) that highlights the importance of the work, the author's CV (including contact details) and the publication itself.
Please send your suggestion electronically and summarized in a PDF file to PD Dr. Katja Dettmer-Wilde, member of the working group board and Chair of the jury.
The Eberhard-Gerstel Award was awarded to Dr. Christoph Gstöttner (Leiden University Medical Center, Center for Proteomics and Metabolomics). His publication ?Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis?Mass Spectrometry as a Tool to Unravel Proteoform-Specific Antibody?Receptor Interactions? in the journal Analytical Chemistry 2021, 93, 15133?15141 was awarded.
The Eberhard-Gerstel Award 2020 was awarded to Sebastian K. Piendl (University of Leipzig) as part of the virtual analytica conference 2020. His publication "2D in Seconds: Coupling of Chip-HPLC with Ion Mobility Spectrometry" in Analytical Chemistry 2019, 91, 7613?7620 was awarded.
Presentation of the Eberhard Gerstel Prize 2018 to Josef Heiland (University of Leipzig) during the analytica conference 2018 for his publication "Temperature Gradient Elution and Superheated Eluents in Chip-HPLC" in Analytical Chemistry 2017, 89, 3266?3271.
|2022||dr Christoph Gstöttner||Leiden University Medical Center|
Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometry as a Tool to Unravel Proteoform-Specific Antibody-Receptor Interactions
|2020||MSc Sebastian K. Piendl||University of Leipzig|
2D in Seconds: Coupling of Chip-HPLC with Ion Mobility Spectrometry
|2018||MSc Joseph Heiland||University of Leipzig|
Temperature Gradient Elution and Superheated Eluents in Chip-HPLC
|2016||MSc Andrea Beutner||University of Regensburg|
Two-Dimensional Separation of Ionic Species by Hyphenation of Capillary Ion Chromatography × Capillary Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometry
|2014||MSc Jacob Haun||university Duisburg-Essen|
Online and Splitless NanoLC x CapillaryLC with Quadrupole/Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometric Detection for Comprehensive Screening Analysis of Complex Samples
|2012||dr Stephen Ohla||University of Leipzig|
Monitoring on-Chip Pictet-Spengler Reactions by Integrated Analytical Separation and Label-Free Time-Resolved Fluorescence
|2012||dr Stephen Wiese||university Duisburg-Essen|
General Strategy for Performing Temperature Programming in High Performance Liquid Chromatography - Prediction of Linear Temperature Gradients
|2010||dr Jens Kunnemeyer||University of Munster|
Analysis of the Contrast Agent Magnevist and its Transmetalation Products in Blood Plasma by Capillary Electrophoresis / Electrospray Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
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