Young talent scholarship

Young talent scholarship from the GDCh Division of Macromolecular Chemistry

The Division of Macromolecular Chemistry of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) organizes the University Young Talent Workshop in odd-numbered years, during which prospective university lecturers from the field of polymer chemistry and related areas can present their research. The future awardee of the next Reimund Stadler Prize will be determined from among the participants and two young talent scholarships will also be awarded, each worth 1000 euros. The decision to award the young talent scholarships is made by a selection committee appointed by the Board of the Division .

Young talent scholarship 2013ff

Year Prize winner/ awardee Affiliation* Organizer/award location Lecture title/research topic
2023 Dr. Oleksandr Dolynchuk Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg Freudenberg, Weinheim

Controlling Crystal Orientation in Thin Films of Poly-3-alkylthiophenes

2023 Dr. Olga Koshkina University of Twente Freudenberg, Weinheim

Shining a New Light: Making Biomedical Polymers Traceable in vivo

2022 Dr. Franziska Lissel Leibniz Institute for Polymer Research Dresden eV ALTANA, online

Triblock Copolymers – Using Nanophase Separation to Achieve Low Modulus, Elastic Deformation and Good Mobility in Polymer Semiconductors

2022 Dr. Christopher Synatschke Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz ALTANA, online

Controlling Cell-Material Interactions through Responsive Supramolecular Assemblies

2019 Dr. Stefan Naumann University of Stuttgart Evonik Industries AG, Marl

Olefins as (Organo-)Polymerization Catalysts: Access to Well-Defined Polyethers for Advanced Materials


Dr.-Ing. Anja carrier Friedrich Schiller University Jena Evonik Industries AG, Marl

How Define Polymers Can Help to Overcome Obstacles in Gene Delivery

2017 Dr. habil. Matthias Barz Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz BASF SE, Ludwigshafen

Polypept(o)ides: From Novel Polymers to Functional Systems

2017 Dr. Martin D. Hager Friedrich Schiller University Jena

BASF SE, Ludwigshafen

Self-healing Polymers Based on Covalent Bonds – From Scratch Healing to Restoration of Optical Properties

2017 PD Dr. Ivo Nischang Friedrich Schiller University Jena

BASF SE, Ludwigshafen

The Framework of Hydrodynamics in the Experimental Study of Macromolecular Colloidal Systems


Dr. Matthias Karg University of Bayreuth Lanxess Deutschland GmbH

Colloidal Assembly Towards Nanooptical Devices

2015 Dr. Kalina Peneva Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz Lanxess Deutschland GmbH

Designing Molecular Probes and Polymer-based Therapeutics

2015 Dr. Felix Plamper RWTH Aachen University Lanxess Deutschland GmbH

Polymer Complexation: Architectural Effects and More

2013 Dr. Laura Hartmann Free University of Berlin Henkel AG, Düsseldorf

Sweet Precision Macromolecules: Sugar Polymers for Receptor Targeting and Biomedical Applications

2013 Dr. Felix H. Schacher Friedrich Schiller University Jena Henkel AG, Düsseldorf

Nanostructured Materials from Block Copolymers: Switchable Membranes, Hybrid Particles, and Non-Viral Gene Transfection Agents

*Affiliation at the time of the award.

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