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Photo: Anna Groh (c) TU Berlin

Prof. Dr. Martin Oestreich, Dr. Kristine Müther, Dr. Katja Naie

Prof. Dr. Martin Oestreich, Dr. Kristine Müther, Dr. Katja Naie

Dr. Bartlomiej Krawczyk

Dr. Bartlomiej Krawczyk

Schering Prize

honors the best dissertation in the field of chemistry

Schering Prize

honors the best dissertation in the field of chemistry


The Schering Prize is valued at 5,000 euro and was awarded from 2004 until 2018 annually by the Schering Stiftung. The three universities of Berlin may nominate candidates for the award that honors the best dissertation in the field of chemistry. Before is was awarded in cooperation with the Society of Friends of the Technical University of Berlin for the best dissertation in the field of chemistry at the Technical University of Berlin. The prize was awarded for the first time in 1986.

Current prize winners 

Dominik Schumacher

2018
Dominic Schumacher has developed two technologies that can help to significantly improve the understanding and treatment of diseases like cancer, diabetes, and Alzheimer.

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Moritz Malischewski

2017
Dr. Malischewski from the Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry at FU Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2016 for his work on “Reactions of perfluorinated and permethylated compounds with strong oxidizing agents".

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Stephan Warnke

2016
Dr. Warnke from the Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry at Freie Universität Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2015 for his research on "A Gas-Phase Approach to Biomolecular Structure".

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Kristine Müther

2015
Dr. Müther from the Institute for Chemistry at the Technical University Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2014 for her research on “Generation, structure and reactivity of metallocene-stabilized silylium ions”.

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Bartlomiej Krawczyk

2014
Dr. Krawczyk from the Institute of Chemistry at the Technical University of Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2013 for his research on "Discovery, characterization and biosynthesis of novel class III lantibiotics”.

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Burkhard Butschke

2013
Dr. Butschke from the Institute of Chemistry at the Technical University Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2012 for his research on “Mechanistic Studies on Metal-Mediated Bond-Activation Reactions in Gaseous Ions”.

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Moritz F. Kuehnel

2012
Dr. Kuehnel from the Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry in Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2011 for his research on “Metal Hydride-Induced Hydrodefluorination of Fluorinated Alkenes and Allenes“.

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Wei Jiang

2011
Dr. Wei Jiang from the Institute of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Freie Universität Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2010 for his research on "Supramolecular Synthesis via Integrative Self-Sorting".

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Matthias Karg

2010
Dr. Matthias Karg from the Institute of Chemistry at the Technical University of Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2009 for his research on "Multi-Responsive Hybrid Colloids Based On Microgels And Nanoparticles".

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Tom N. Großmann

2009
Dr. Großmann from the Institute of Chemistry at the Humboldt University Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2008 for his research on "Template-catalyzed reactions according to the principle of native chemical ligation".

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Kati Vehlow

2008
Dr. Vehlow from Sandoz Industrial Products GmbH is awerded the Schering Prize 2007 for her research on the "Development of new homogeneous and silica bound ruthenium catalysts for olefin metathesis".

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Cosima Stubenrauch

2008
Dr. Cosima Stubenrauch from the Laboratoire de Physique des Solide from the Université Paris Sud in Orsay, France is awarded the Schering Preis 1997 for her work on "Microemulsions with alkylglucosides".

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Mark Brönstrup

2008
Dr. Mark Brönstrup from the Technical University of Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 1999 for his research on "Organometallic chemistry of iron and platinum in the gas phase".

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Ralf Widmaier

2008
Dr. Ralf Widmaier from the BASF AG Polymer Research in Ludwigshafen is awarded the Schering Prize 2001 for his research on "Fragmentable carriers for co-catalysts in metallocen-catalyzed polymerization".

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Stephan G. Zech

2008
Dr. Zech from the Max Volmer Laboratory for Biophysical Chemistry and Biochemistry in Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 1999 for his research on "Pulsed and transient electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy".

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Jörg Schmidt

2008
Dr. Schmidt from the Degussa AG, Process Technology & Engineering is awarded the Schering Prize 2000 for his research on "Investigations of the reaction engineering for production of nannanoparticles in microemulsions".

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Monika Sommerhalter

2008
Dr. Monika Sommerhalter from the Max Planck Institute for Radiation Chemistry in Mühlheim/Ruhr is awarded the Schering Prize 2000 for her research on "De novo synthetized proteins with metal-porphyrin cofactors".

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Marc-Georg Willinger

2008
Dr. Willinger from the Department of Inorganic Chemistry of the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society is awarded the Schering Prize 2005 for his research on "Electronic structure of vanadium phosphorus oxides".

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Simon Gessler

2008
Dr. Simon Gessler from the Chemistry Group, NOVALED GmbH in Dresden is awarded the Schering Prize 2002 for his research on "Novel immobilised and homogeneous catalysts for the olefin metathesis reaction".

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Andrea-Nicole Richarz

2008
Dr. Nicole Richarz from the Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology in Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2002 for her research on "Speciation analysis of protein-bound elements in cytosols".

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Konrad Koszinowski

2008
Dr. Konrad Koszinowski from the Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, CA, USA is awarded the Schering Prize 2003 for his research on "Gaseous platinum clusters-versatile models for heterogeneous catalysts".

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Marianne Engeser

2008
Dr. Engeser from the Kekulé Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry in Bonn is awarded the Schering Prize 2004 for her research on "A mechanistic study of the oxidation of small alkanes with vanadium oxides".

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Christoph Schalley

2008
Dr. Christoph Schalley from the Kekulé Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Bonn is awarded the Schering Prize 1997 for his work on "Gas-phase ion chemistry of peroxides".

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Tobias Schalow

2007
Dr. Schalow from the Fritz Haber Institute in Berlin is awarded the Schering Prize 2006 for his research on: Model studies describing the relationship between microscopic structure and heterogeneous Pd catalysts.

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Kathrin Schneider

2007
Dr. Kathrin Schneider from Sanofi-Aventis Germany GmbH is awarded the Schering Prize 2007 for her research on "Novel natural products for human health".

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Matthias Stein

2001
Dr. Stein from anterio consult & research GmbH in Mannheim is awarded the Schering Prize 2001 for his research on "The reaction mechanism of biological hydrogen conversion".

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Die Ausstellung/Veranstaltung wird in Kooperation mit folgenden Partnern realisiert:

Technische Universität Berlin
Humboldt-Universität Berlin
Freie Universität Berlin

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