Since 2006 the Ernst Haage Prize for Chemistry awards young scientists for outstanding achievements in the field of chemical science and promotes particularly young academics. The Ernst Haage-Foundation awards the prize which is endowed with € 7,500.
In 2021 the Max Planck Institutes in Mülheim an der Ruhr are awarding the research prize again:
Nominations are open to scientists with a doctorate who are currently working at a German research institution/university. Nominees should have their primary residence in Germany, be no more than 40 years old and not have a permanent employment contract.
Nominations may be submitted to the foundation‘s board of trustees by e-mail (ernsthaagepreis(at)cec.mpg.de) by July 31st, 2021 and should include the following documents:
- Two pages of laudation
- Curriculum vitae in table form
- Complete publication list
- Up to three reprints of works of the nominated person.
Personal applications cannot be considered.
The award ceremony will take place during our Ernst Haage Symposium, probably in November 2021 in Mülheim an der Ruhr.