The companies TANIOBIS (formerly: HC Starck Tantalum & Niobium) and HC Starck Tungsten alternately sponsor the award for the best doctoral thesis in the field of inorganic Solid-State Chemistry and Materials Research . The prize is awarded annually by the Solid State Chemistry & Materials division of the German Chemical Society (GDCh). The award includes an award certificate and prize money of 5000 euros.
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The HC Starck Tungsten PhD Award 2023 for solid-state chemistry and materials research was awarded to Dr. Awarded to Stephan Müssig.
"in recognition of his outstanding dissertation entitled "Development of suitable supraparticles as magnetic identification features" written in the working group of Prof. Dr. Karl Mandel at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg for the groundbreaking contributions to the synthesis of complex magnetic particles described therein and their ensemble fingerprint detection using magnetic particle spectroscopy, which can be used, among other things, for magnetism-based recording of temperatures.
The TANIOBIS PhD Award for solid-state chemistry and materials research was awarded to Dr.-Ing Janett Schmelzer and Dr. Ing. Awarded to Nicolas Zapp.
Dr.-Ing. Janett Schmelzer "in recognition of her outstanding dissertation entitled "Microstructure and properties of powder metallurgical manufactured V-rich V-Si-B alloys for high-temperature application" written at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg. Ms. Dr. In her dissertation, Schmelzer describes a novel approach to presenting different alloy variants of vanadium-based multi-phase materials. By combining mechanical alloying with additive manufacturing in the form of laser deposition welding and selective laser beam melting in the powder bed, Dr. Schmelzer was able to create unknown vanadium/vanadium that was previously inaccessible by other means. Represent, consolidate and fully characterize silicon/boron composites. The work, supported by numerical simulations, represents an outstanding contribution to the development of new high-temperature materials as well as to improving the thermodynamic efficiency of gas turbines and opens up possibilities that go beyond those of nickel-based superalloys."
dr Nicolas Zapp "in recognition of his outstanding dissertation written at the University of Leipzig entitled “Rare Earth Heteroanionic Hydrides with Secondary O 2 -, F -, and N 3 - Ions Related to the CaF 2 and K 2 NiF 4 Structure Types". In his dissertation, Dr. Zapp describes the synthesis of complex heteroanionic compounds of rare earth elements. The hydride ion, which can be substituted by similarly sized oxide, nitride and fluoride ions, plays a crucial role. He develops suitable synthesis routes and by combining analytical methods, he succeeds in accurately determining the positions of the anions in the solids. In particular, the combination of X-ray and neutron diffraction leads to high-quality structure determinations. Dr. Zapp thus contributes significantly to our understanding very new class of substances. The derivation of structure-property relationships through knowledge of the exact structure is supported by theoretical studies at a high level. It is foreseeable that the results will inspire further work on this class of substances, leading to novel materials with previously unforeseeable properties."
The HC Starck Tungsten PhD Award award, donated by HC Starck Tungsten GmbH, for solid-state chemistry and materials research was presented to Dr. Luke May and Dr. Awarded to Philip Netzsch.
Dr. Lukas Mai in recognition of his outstanding dissertation entitled: "Investigation of Amino-Alkyl Coordinated Complexes as New Precursor Class for Atomic Layer Deposition of Aluminum, Tin and Zinc Oxide Thin Films and their Application" for the pioneering contributions to the development of a new one described therein Class of precursors for the deposition of atomic layers of binary metal oxides, especially aluminum oxide, at low temperatures. The dissertation was written in the working group of Prof. Dr. Anjana Devi at the Ruhr University Bochum.
Dr. Philip Netzsch in recognition of his outstanding dissertation entitled: "On Silicate-Analogous Materials - Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Borosulfates" for the pioneering contributions described therein to the systematic development of a large number of new borosulfates, the rationalization of the synthetic approach and the investigation of fascinating structures -Property relationships. The dissertation was written in the working group of Prof. Dr. Henning A. Höppe at the University of Augsburg.
The TANIOBIS PhD Award (formerly: HC Starck Tantalum & Niobium PhD Award Prize) for solid-state chemistry and materials research was given to OnlinePascal Cop awarded in recognition of his outstanding dissertation with the title: ?CeO 2 -based nanostructures as model catalysts for HCl oxidation?. Dr. Cop's creative, in-depth and future-oriented work on CeO 2 -based nanostructures represents excellent basic research and at the same time addresses a very topical and socially relevant topic, namely the maximization of the efficiency of chemical reactions, which, for example, enable efficient exhaust gas cleaning and are indispensable in large-scale industry. The HCl oxidation plays a very important role from an environmental point of view. Dr. Cop's investigations into the deactivation of the catalyst could in the future contribute to the optimization of catalyst materials for mass technologies and thus to the sustainability of various chemical processes. The dissertation was carried out in the working group of Prof. Dr. Bernd Smarsly at the Justus Liebig University in Gießen .
The HC Starck Tungsten PhD award 2019 for Solid-State Chemistry and Materials Research research was given in equal parts to Dr. Heidi Schwartz and Dr. Simon Kloß forgive.
Dr. Heidi Annemarie Schwartz received the award for her outstanding dissertation on the topic of "Metal-Organic Frameworks as Crystalline Porous Hosts for Photoactive Molecules" and for the pioneering work on structure-property relationships of organometallic framework compounds as crystalline, porous host structures for photoactive molecules.
Dr. Simon David Kloß was recognized for his outstanding dissertation on " The High-Pressure Metathesis Route for the Preparation of Rare-Earth and Transition Metal Nitridophosphates " and for the pioneering discoveries in the field of rare earth and transition metal nitridophosphates as well as for the development of a groundbreaking one new method of high pressure metathesis to open up new areas in nitridophosphate chemistry.
|Year||awardee: in||Affiliation at the time of the award|
|2023||Dr. Stephan Müssig||Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg|
HC Starck Tungsten
|2022|| Dr.-Ing. Janett Schmelzer|
Dr. Nicolas Zapp
| Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg|
University of Leipzig
|2021|| Dr. Luke May|
Dr. Philip Netzsch
| Ruhr-University Bochum|
University of Augsburg
HC Starck Tungsten
|2020||Dr. Pascal Cop||Justus Liebig University Gießen|
|2019|| Dr. Simon David Kloß|
Dr. Heidi Annemarie Schwartz
| Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich|
University of Cologne
HC Starck Tungsten
|2018|| Dr. Sebastian Bette|
Dr. Chia Chin Chen
| Technological University Bergakademie Freiburg|
University of Stuttgart
HC Starck Tantalum & Niobium
|2016|| Dr. Martin Heise
Dr. Martin Oschatz
| Technical University Dresden
Technical University Dresden
|2014|| Dr. Pascal Hartmann
Dr. Michael Schöneich
| Justus Liebig University Gießen
Technical University Dresden
|2012|| Dr. Matthias Kellermeier
Dr. Saskia Stegmaier
| University of Regensburg
Technical University of Munich
|2010||Dr. Bernard Wahl||Technical University Dresden|
|2008||Dr. Florian M. Stadler||Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich|
|2006||Dr. Martin Wilkening||University of Hanover|
|2004||Dr. Stefan Schlüter||University of Bonn|
|2002||Dr. Anja Verena Mudring||University of Bonn|
|2000|| Dr. Hubert Huppertz
Dr. Andreas Leineweber
Dr. Ulrich Steinbrenner
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
|1997|| Dr. Matthias Conrad
Dr. Ingrid Denk
Philips University of Marburg
| Dr. Claus Feldmann|
Dr. Frank Thomas Lange
University of Bonn
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