Awards Accepting Nominations

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  • Published: 11 October 2010
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  • Associated Societies: Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Germany | Chemistry Europe | Swiss Chemical Society (SCS), Switzerland | DECHEMA (Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V.), Germany
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► Please find links to awards accepting nominations listed below:


Grammaticakis-Neumann Prize

The Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) award honors a promising young scientist for outstanding accomplishments in the field of experimental or theoretical photochemistry. On the deadline for submission of nominations, the candidate must be under 40 years old (i.e., 40th birthday after the deadline) and may not be a tenured professor or hold a managerial position in industry. The prize is endowed with CHF 5,000.

◷ Due date for nominations/applications: September 30, 2020


Paul Bunge Prize 2021

The prize of the Hans-R.-Jenemann-Stiftung and the German Chemical Society (GDCh) honours studies on the history of scientific instruments. The prize is endowed with 7,500 euros. It is awarded for individual works of the last five years or for lifetime achievements. The works can be submitted in German, English, or French.
The prize will be awarded during the lecture meeting of the GDCh History Section of Chemistry, which will take place on March 25 and 26, 2021 in Karlsruhe, Germany.
◷ Due date for nominations/applications: September 30, 2020

Email to Jasmin Herr: j.herr@gdch.de


Paracelsus Prize 2022

The prize of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) honores outstanding scientific research in the field of chemistry at an international level. Winners are chosen irrespective of nationality. SCS membership is not a requirement. Age plays no role in the selection process. There are no restrictions regarding the professional status of candidates.
The prize is endowed with CHF 20,000 and medal in gold.
◷ Due date for nominations: September 30, 2020

Email to info@scg.ch


Werner Prize 2021

The prize of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) honores promising young Swiss scientists or young foreign scientists working in Switzerland for outstanding research in the field of chemistry. Selection of the winners is not restricted to candidates working at a university. On the deadline for submission of nominations, the candidate must be under 40 years old (i.e. 40th birthday after the deadline) and may not be a tenured professor or hold a managerial position in industry.
The prize is endowed with CHF 10,000 and medal in bronze.
◷ Due date for nominations: September 30, 2020

Email to info@scg.ch


Jochen Block Prize 2021

The prize of the German Society for Catalysis (GeCatS) honores promising young scientists in the field of catalysis who have not yet been appointed to a full chair and who have contributed to the field of catalysis in a special way through fundamental and original research. In accordance with its purpose, the scientists should generally not be older than 40 years.
The prize is endowed with 3,000 euros.
◷ Due date for applications: September 30, 2020


ACHEMA Start-up Award 2021

The DECHEMA, High-Tech Gründerfonds, and Business Angles Frankfurt Rhein-Main award offers support to those planning to found a company alone or with others or have already started a business after 1 July 2018. All participants that have their business plan ready will enter the selection process. An expert jury will evaluate the business plans and select up to 30. They are invited to pitch their idea before the jury. Up to ten finalists have the unique opportunity to present their ideas to the ACHEMA 2021 audience at a dedicated stand and build an international network.

Three overall winners will be announced at ACHEMA – and be made known to exhibitors, participants, and media from all over the world.
◷ Due date for applications: November 30, 2020


2021 Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering Awards

The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) award acknowledges and promotes the work of women in chemistry/chemical engineering worldwide. Awardees will be selected based on excellence in basic or applied research, distinguished accomplishments in teaching or education, or demonstrated leadership or managerial excellence in the chemical sciences. The Awards Committee is particularly interested in nominees with a history of leadership and/or community service during their careers.
Awardees will be honored at the 2021 IUPAC World Chemistry Congress in Montréal, Canada during a celebration in their honor and a symposium. Each awardee will receive a certificate of recognition.
◷ Due date for nominations: December 1, 2020


European Chemistry Gold Medal

The EuChemS award honors the exceptional achievements of one scientist working in the field of chemistry in Europe. The winner is awarded a gold medal and the opportunity to give the opening lecture at the next EuChemS Chemistry Congress (ECC) in LIsbon in 2022.
◷ Due date for nominations: December 31, 2020


EuChemS Lecture Award

The EuChemS award honors the exceptional achievements of a junior scientist working in chemistry. The winner is awarded a medal and the opportunity to give a lecture at the next EuChemS Chemistry Congress (ECC) in LIsbon in 2022.
◷ Due date for nominations: December 31, 2020


EuChemS Award for Service

The EuChemS award honors the outstanding commitment of an individual to fostering chemistry and molecular sciences in Europe, as well as to the goals of EuChemS. The winner is awarded a medal at the next EuChemS Chemistry Congress (ECC) in LIsbon in 2022.
◷ Due date for nominations: December 31, 2020


EuChemS Historical Landmarks Award

The EuChemS award celebrates the important link between history, cultural heritage, and chemistry. It will bring to the general public some sense of how chemistry is part of the general cultural heritage and history of every European citizen, especially as plaques will be accompanied with communication materials providing information on the discoveries and breakthroughs celebrated, and the impact they had. The winning landmark will be announced at the next EuChemS Chemistry Congress (ECC) in Lisbon in 2022.
◷ Due date for nominations: December 31, 2020


EurJIC Wöhler Young Investigator Award

The award of the Wöhler Vereinigung für Anorganische Chemie, a division of the GDCh (German Chemical Society), and the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC) honors a young scientist of any nationality who has completed a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in chemistry for an excellent scientific publication in a field within inorganic chemistry. The selected paper, in which the candidate appears as correspondence author, should have been published within two years before the nomination. The nominee will be an independent researcher, but not yet in an established academic or industrial position. Eligible for nomination are researchers in industry or academia with responsibility in an appropriate field. The prize is endowed with EUR 1500.
◷ Due date for nominations: March 30, 2021


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