The student award of the German Society for Crystallography (DGK) in 2022 is intended to honor outstanding academic achievements (e.g., bachelor’s/master’s/diploma theses/graduate examinations or comparable project work) in which methods and aspects of crystallography have been successfully applied. The prize will be awarded for the first time at the Honorary Evening of the 30th Annual Meeting of the DGK in Munich.
The prize is awarded annually to a maximum of three winners and consists of a certificate and the financing of the participation in the annual meeting including the conference dinner and the assumption of travel expenses in accordance with the Federal Travel Expenses Act up to a maximum of 500 euros as well as a three-year membership in the DGK. The award is intended to contribute to increasing the attractiveness of crystallography, especially among students, and to promote young scientists in the field of crystallography.
We cordially invite you to propose suitable candidates. Please also pass this announcement on to your colleagues. All members of the DGK, members of related and associated societies and other interested scientists are eligible to propose candidates.
Please send proposals (1 PDF document, max. 10 MB) with a review by the university teacher, a summary of the student (max. one A4 page each, generally comprehensible), and a curriculum vitae by e-mail with the subject “Lieselotte Templeton Prize” to the chair of the prize committee:
Dr. Tilmann Leisegang
TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Institute for Experimental Physics
Deadline: November 30, 2021