The Association of the Friends of the University of Bremen has been honoring exceptional graduation achievements since 1983. The Vice President Research of the University of Bremen, Professor Jutta Günther, will open the award ceremony and welcome the guests. Greetings will be given by state councilor Tim Cordßen-Ryglewski from the Senator for Science and Ports, and Professor Bengt Beutler, chair of the association, as well as Dr. Karsten Michelmann from Bruker Daltonics GmbH & Co. KG. The laudations will be given by the scientists who reviewed the graduates' work.
The winners of the Bremen Thesis Award 2021 are:
Dissertation in the field of natural sciences and engineering: Dr.-Ing. Hendrik Naatz from the Faculty of Production Engineering on "Energy Levels and Dissolution: Two Predictors of Metal Oxide Nano-Bio Interactions".
Master’s thesis in the field of natural sciences and engineering: Eric Macke from the Faculty of Production Engineering on the topic "Copper hexacyanoferrate as cathode material – an in-depth theoretical investigation with electronic structure methods".
Dissertation in the field of social sciences and humanities: Dr. Georgia Gödecke from the Faculty of Linguistics and Literary Studies on the topic "Design of an e-portfolio in foreign language teacher education to promote subject-specific reflective competence” (“Gestaltung eines e-Portfolios in der Fremdsprachenlehrkräfteausbildung zur Förderung fachspezifischer Reflexionskompetenz”).
Master's thesis in the field of social sciences and humanities: Corina Wieser-Cox from the Faculty of Linguistics and Literary Studies on the topic "Brujeria in the Borderlands: Portrayals of Mexican American Witchcraft in Hollywood Horror Films”.
Special prize from Bruker Daltonics GmbH & Co. KG in the field of natural and engineering sciences for Dr. Markus Rohdenburg from the Faculty of Biology / Chemistry for his dissertation entitled "Novel Purification Processes for Electron Beam Induced Deposition (FEBID)” (“Neuartige Aufreinigungsverfahren für die Elektronenstrahl-induzierte Abscheidung (FEBID)”).
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