Klaus-Unger-Award for Prof. Martin Hartmann

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CRC 1411 PI and Vice-Spokesperson Martin Hartmann will receive the Klaus-Unger-Award 2024 of the Zeolite division of DECHEMA for his work on porous solids, which has resulted in “ground-breaking progress in the synthesis and application of these materials”.  His work has inspired and shaped the zeolite community in Germany and worldwide. From 2019 to 2022 he served as president of the International Zeolite Association (IZA).

Prof. Hartmann is the first recipient of this award, which was created after the death of Prof. Klaus Unger, who is particularly well known for his work on stationary phase materials for chromatography, which is at the heart of CRC 1411.