HZDR Awards

HZDR-Awards ceremony 2016 (from left to right): Dr. André Bieberle, Dr. Björn Drobot, Uwe Eisold, Dr. Georg Rugel, Michael Wagner, Dr. Silke Merchel, Dr. Thomas Ziegenhein, Prof. Martina Havenith, Prof. Roland Sauerbrey, Dr. Guido Juckeland, Dr. Siegmar Lieber, Tobias Frust.
HZDR Awards ceremony (from left to right): Dr. André Bieberle, Dr. Björn Drobot, Uwe Eisold, Dr. Georg Rugel, Michael Wagner, Dr. Silke Merchel, Dr. Thomas Ziegenhein, Prof. Martina Havenith, Prof. Roland Sauerbrey, Dr. Guido Juckeland, Dr. Siegmar Lieber, Tobias Frust.
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The Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf annually bestows the following awards:

  • HZDR Research Award
  • HZDR Technology and Innovation Award
  • HZDR Ph.D. Award

The HZDR Prize for Scientific Communication was, in an exceptional case, not awarded for 2016.

The 2016 HZDR Awards ceremony

Prof. Roland Sauerbrey, HZDR Scientific Director, and Prof. Martina Havenith-Newen, chair at the Department of Physical Chemistry at the Ruhr-University Bochum(2), presented the 2016 awards on May 5, 2017.


Research Award 2016

... awarded to Dr. Silke Merchel and Dr. Georg Rugel (Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Ressource Technology at HZDR)

... for application and development of Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS)


Technology and Innovation Award 2016

... awarded to Dr. André Bieberle, Uwe Eisold, Tobias Frust, Dr. Guido Juckeland, Dr. Siegmar Lieber, Michael Wagner (Department of Information Services and Computing as well as Institute of Fluid Dynamics at HZDR)

…for highly parallel data processing for the HZDR’s ultra-fast electron-beam X-ray tomography using scalable and modular CUDA-based data pipelines 


Ph. D. Award 2016

...awarded to Dr. Björn Drobot (Institute of Resource Ecology at HZDR)

...for his dissertation „Development and validation of mathematical methods for the analysis of spectroscopical data for uranyl(VI) hydrolysis”


Ph. D. Recognition Awards 2016

... awarded to Dr. Max Frenzel (Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Ressource Technology at HZDR) for his dissertation „The distribution of gallium, germanium and indium in conventional and non-conventional resources – Implications for global availability”

…awarded to Fernando Hueso Gonzàlez (HZDR Institute of Radiooncology – OncoRay) for his dissertation “Nuclear methods for real-time range verification in proton therapy based on prompt gamma-ray imaging“

…awarded to Dr. Thomas Ziegenhein (Institute of Fluid Dynamics) for his dissertation „Fluid dynamics of bubbly flows“


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