Spotlight of Germany's Young Crystallographers
We proudly present to you: our Special Issue from, by and with the Young Crystallographers of the DGK! Our aim
Noah Nachtigall, Gewinner des Lieselotte Templeton-Preises.
Congrats, Noah! He won the freshly established Lieselotte Templeton Award for his Master thesis with the topic Improving Multidimensional Data
Congratulations to Niels Lefeld on winning one of the STOE Lightning Talk Awards of the 30th Anuual Conference of the
Jakob Möbs got elected as new Co-Chair of the Young Crystallographers by a narrow majority of one vote at the
Alexander mit seinen Kollegen Laetitia Bradaczek und Niklas Langer an P24, DESY.
Alexander has won the Lieselotte Templeton Prize in 2022 for his outstanding bachelor thesis with the topic Synthesis, crystal structure
Eine junge Frau mit langem schwarzem Haar und einem ernsten, aber freundlichen Ausdruck im Gesicht.
Doriana is the new Social Media Responsible of the Young Crystallographers since the 30th DGK conference in March 2022. Thank
Foto von Helena Butkiewicz, eine sehr aufgeschlossene, fröhliche und kreative Person. Sie hat pinkes Haar und trägt eine Brille.
Helena Butkiewicz presented her fascinating research about Crystal strucutres of host-guest complexes of carboxylated pillar[5]arene with drugs at the 30th
Written by Alexandra Heidecker, PhD student at TU Munich. With excitement all attending people – or at least myself –
Jakob Möbs mit seinem Zertifikat von STOE
Jakob Möbs participated in the 3rd LabMeeting of the Young Crystallographers at STOE. There, he won one of the Poster
Merge of two fotos. Foreground: Lieselotte Templeton, background: foto of her hometown Breslau at night
We did it! The Young Crystallographers of the DGK created a prize dedicated to the youngest scientists: the students. Starting