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CRC 1333 Minisymposium on "Catalysis under Confinement"

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CRC 1333 Master Prize 2021/2022

Prof. Dr. Joris van Slageren handing over the Master Prize cerificate to Nadine Schnabel – Photo Credit: CRC 1333/Y. Polikar

Congratulations to CRC 1333 doctoral researcher Nadine Schnabel for winning the CRC 1333 Master Prize for 2021/2022.

Her Master thesis on “Kleinwinkelröntgenstreuung an mit imidazolium-basierten ionischen Flüssigkeiten gefüllten porösen Materialien” conducted at the University of Stuttgart, Institute of Physical Chemistry at the working group of Prof. Dr. T. Sottmann has  impressed the CRC 1333 board.

The CRC 1333 Master Prize is awarded to young scientists whose scientific work (in the context of a master thesis) has made an excellent contribution to the goals of the CRC 1333, namely to identify and understand the directing effects of defined geometries in catalysis. 

The prize is endowed with 1.000 €.