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Honors, awards, chair offers

Honors and awards:

Young Academics Teaching Award for Dr. Eric von Lieres, group leader of the Modeling and Simulation Group

Dr. Dörte Rother (née Gocke), junior group leader of the Biocatalysis and Biosensors Group, will receive the Jülicher Exzellenzpreis 2010.

Dr. Julia Frunzke, group leader of the Population heterogeneity and signal transduction Group, will receive the Jülicher Exzellenzpreis 2009.

Dr. Jan Marienhagen, before Ph.D. student at IBT1 (now IBG-1: Systemic Microbiology), is one of four winners of the Günther-Leibfried-Preis 2009.
See also the article in german  Zelluläre Fertigungsstrassen für die Bausteine des Lebens (PDF, 5 MB) .

In Vienna, Prof. Dr. em. Christian Wandrey, former head of the IBT-2 (now IBG-1: Systems Biotechnology), will receive the Wilhelm-Exner-Medaille.

Dr. Stephan Lütz, formerly head of the Biocatalysis and Biosensors Group in the IBG-1: Systems Biotechnology, now Head of Bioreactions, Novartis Pharma AG, Basel, will receive the 2009 B&B Daniel I.C. Wang Award for his commitment in the area of biotechnology and (bio)engineering. (The award, which honors a distinguished young researcher who has shown a sustained commitment to B&B, was initiated in 2008. The award will be presented at a BIOT session at the ACS National Meeting (August 16–20, 2009) in Washington, D.C.).

In Hannover, Prof. Dr. em. Christian Wandrey, former head of the IBT-2 (now IBG-1: Systems Biotechnology), received the Ernest Solvay Award endowed with 10.000 euro.

At the conference European BioPerspectives 2008 in Hannover, Prof. Dr. em. Christian Wandrey was awarded with the DECHEMA-Plakette of the Society for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (DECHEMA).
At the conference biocat2008, Prof. Dr. em. Hermann Sahm, former head of the IBT-1 (now IBG-1: Systemic Microbiology), received the Biocat Award 2008 for his outstanding contributions to biocatalysis in the category Lifetime Achievement. Also see this article at BIOCATALYSIS2021.


Chair offers:

Dr. Jürgen Hubbuch, formerly head of the Bioseparations Group in the IBT-2 (now IBG-1: Systems Biotechnology), has been offered and has accepted a professorship of molecular separation of bioproducts at the Universität Karlsruhe.




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