Most recent awards
Helge Gößling was awarded with one of two first prices of the competition "Understanding Science". The expert for climate modelling convinced the jury from the Centre for Environmetnal Research (UFZ) with his talk where rain comes from and how global compiter simulation show the complex context of precipitation and condensation.
Dr. Inga May was awarded with the Price "Verständliche Wissenschaft" for her talk on "Dem arktischen Permafrost auf der Spur - mit der Mikrowelle aus dem All". Dr. Inga May convinced the audience and received the first place and 2500 .
Volker Leinweber was awarded the disserattion price of the French-German University 2012.
Juliane Müller was awarded with the second place of the German "Studienpreis". The Körber-Stiftung awards joung scientists contributing to recent and societal relevant research topics.
Sebastian Westermann belonging to the Young Researchers Group "SPARC" was awarded with the "Umweltpreis der Viktor und Sigrid Dulger-Stiftung" at the University of Heidelberg for his dissertation. The award is endowed with prize money of 10.000€.
Thomas Läpple receives a sponsorship of Postdoctoral Researchers and Junior Professors of the Daimler and Benz Foundation funded with 20.000 €.
For his diploma thesis entitled: "Time uncertainty in marine climate proxies" he received the 2012 award of the FB Mathematics (Diplom) of the University of Bremen.
The Association for Canada Studies (Stiftung für Kanada-Studien) is funding Josefine Lenz by a stipendit with 4.000 € .
David Naafs receives the MARUM Research Prize for Marine Geosciences 2011 for his PhD thesis entitled "Long-term evolution of (millennial-scale) climate variability in the North Atlantic over the last four million years and € 1000.