Reimund-Stadler Award

Reimund-Stadler Award of the GDCh Division of Macromolecular Chemistry

The Division of Macromolecular Chemistry of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) usually awards the Reimund-Stadler Award to prospective university lecturers from the field of polymer chemistry and related areas in even years as part of the Division conference . The award is combined with an award certificate and prize money of 5000 euros. The awardee winner will be selected from among the participants in the university's junior workshop. The decision on the award of the prize is made by a selection committee appointed by the Board of the Division .

Dr. Robert Göstl
Foto: Schmitter/GDCh

Reimund-Stadler Award 2022

The Reimund-Stadler Award 2022 was Division conference to Dr. Robert Göstl (DWI - Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials, Aachen): " In recognition of his outstanding scientific achievements and on the occasion of his contribution " From force-reporting to force-resistant: using mechanochemistry to understand polymer materials as part of the university's 2022 young talent workshop Division of Macromolecular Chemistry".

As part of the university's young talent workshop, the Division also awarded young talent scholarships directly on site to two other participants in the workshop: Dr. Franziska Lissel and Dr. Christopher Synatschke.

Reimund-Stadler Award 2020

On November 3, 2021, the presentation of the Reimund Stadler Prize 2020, originally planned for 2020, to Prof. Dr. André Gröschel (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) as part of an Online symposium. Following the award, André Gröschel gave insights into his research on the topic "News from the world of ABC Triblock Terpolymers".

Reimund-Stadler Award 2002ff

Year Prize winner/ awardee Affiliation* Award location Research topic/reason for the award
2022 Dr. Robert Göstl DWI Aachen Aachen

From force-reporting to force-resistant: using mechanochemistry to understand polymer materials

2020 Andre Gröschel University of Münster on-line

Programmable self-assembly of ABC triblock terpolymers in emulsion droplets towards nanostructured, highly ordered Janus microparticles with the emergence, evolution and resolution of surface topographies and topological defects of the nanostructure

2018 Markus Gallei TU Darmstadt Karlsruhe

Porous stimuli-responsive polymer architectures for use as optical sensors and switchable membranes

2016 Frederik R. Wurm MPI Mainz Hall

Synthesis of polymeric phosphorus esters and investigation of their interaction with biomolecules and biosurfaces

2016 Michael Sommer University of Freiburg Hall

Synthesis of composites from graphene and conjugated polymers and investigation of structure-functionality relationships

2014 Sebastian Seiffert Helmholtz Center & FU Berlin Jena

Synthesis, physics and possible applications of supramolecular, responsive hydrogels

2012 Andreas Walther DWI, RWTH Aachen University Mainz

Design and representation of hierarchically structured and functional biomimetic nanocomposite materials through scalable self-assembly processes in water

2010 Jürgen Groll DWI, RWTH Aachen University
2008 Andreas Herrmann University of Groningen, NL Aachen

Bioorganic hybrid materials, in particular the production and application of DNA block copolymers for diagnostics and biomedicine

2008 Holger Frauenrath ETH Zurich, Switzerland Aachen

Hierarchically structured conjugated polymers that exhibit quaternary structures and folding behavior similar to those of biopolymers

2006 Jan Sandler University of Bayreuth Mainz

Interdisciplinary evaluation of the structure-property relationships of carbon nanotubes and their polymer composite materials

2006 Annette M. Schmidt University of Düsseldorf Mainz

Magnetic nanoparticles that have been coated with special, functionalized polymers and open up numerous practical application perspectives

2004 Franziska Gröhn Dusseldorf

Outstanding scientific achievements during the habilitation

2004 Helmut Schiessel Dusseldorf

Outstanding scientific achievements during the habilitation

2002 Rainer Haag University of Freiburg Darmstadt

Outstanding scientific achievements during the habilitation

2002 Katharina Landfester MPI, Potsdam Darmstadt

Outstanding scientific achievements during the habilitation

*Affiliation at the time of the award.

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