Awards & Achievements

Dr. Theodoros Baimpos

Dr. Theodoros Baimpos

From the University of Patras, Greece, received a stipend of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and works on gas sensors for metal-organic thin films.

Jennifer  Baseler

Jennifer Baseler

Received the Azubipreis of the Max Planck Society as one of the best trainees in material testing in 2013. And she was honoured by the IHK Düsseldorf.

Angelika Bobrowski  and Heidi Bögershausen

Angelika Bobrowski and Heidi Bögershausen

Received the Metallography Award 2013 from the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde for their achievements and efforts in the ‘Gesellschaft für Materialografie Rhein-Ruhr‘ that was founded 2000 by them.

Dr. Björn  Lange

Dr. Björn Lange

Was awarded the Otto Hahn Medal for his dissertation about p-doping limitations of gallium nitride at the University Paderborn, Germany.

Dr. Gerard  Leyson

Dr. Gerard Leyson

Philippine grantee of a scholarship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, works on computational design of hydrogen embrittlement.

Vera  Marx

Vera Marx

Doctoral student in the group ‘Micromechanics’, won the Best Poster Award at the ECI Conference ‘Nano- and Micromechanical testing in Materials research and Development IV’ held in October 2013 in Olhao, Portugal.

Dr. Karl  Mayrhofer

Dr. Karl Mayrhofer

Leader of the group ‘Electrocatalysis‘, won the science Award for Electrochemistry 2013 awarded by BASF and Volkswagen and endowed with 50 000 euros.

Anna Schuppert

Anna Schuppert

Doctoral student in the group ‘Electrocatalysis’ took part at the 63rd Lindau Nobel laureate Meeting as one of only 550 worldwide invited young researchers.

Dr. Mira  Todorova

Dr. Mira Todorova

Project leader in the department ‘Computational Materials Design’, won the Best Poster Award at the CAlPHAD XlII Conference held in May 2013 in San Sebastian, Spain.

Dr. Angel Topalov

Dr. Angel Topalov

Won the prize of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) for applied electrochemistry for his work on investigating dissolution pathways of platinum by the developed in-situ mass spectrometry technique and was endowed with 1000 euros by BASF.

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