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05 Apr 2018 · Promoting young researchers

Science Awards 2018

All awarded phycologists and the winners of the book prizes. Photos: Kerstin Hoef-Emden

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Der Pringsheim-Preis für herausragende Doktorarbeiten wurde dieses Jahr an Dr. Miriam Bernard, Sorbonne Universités, Roscoff, für ihre Arbeit zu Endophyten in der Makroalge Saccharina latissima verliehen. Den Algological Studies-Förderpreis für die beste Präsentation einer Masterarbeit erhielt Ahn T. (Lina) Van, FU Berlin, für ihre Forschung zu phylogenetischen Beziehungen einiger Diatomeentaxa innerhalb der Cymbellaceae. Die Preise für die besten Poster gingen an Vivian Hotter, Uni Rostock, über biologische Bodenkrusten und an Liv Celin Krämer, Uni Mainz, über frühe Carotinoid-Biosynthesewege in Algen. Zudem wurden Buchgutscheine an neue Mitglieder der Sektion verlost.

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2018: Algological Studies Student Award

Anh T. (Lina) Van: "Reconsidering the phylogenetic relationships of selected taxa within the Cymbellaceae (Bacillariophyta) with an integrative approach"

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2018: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Miriam Bernard: "Deciphering kelp-endophyte interactions"

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2016: Algological Studies Student Award

Manuela Trobej: "Islands in the landscape – travertin springs and the algal communities"

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2014: Algological-Studies Student Award

Oliver Dautermann: "A VDL protein of the violaxanthin de-epoxidase superfamily catalyzes the formation of neoxanthin, an intermediate in the biosynthesis of the algal light-harvesting carotenoids fucoxanthin and peridinin"

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2012: Biomaris Student Award

Steffen Storck: "Exploring the function of loroxanthin in light-harvesting complex II of green algae"

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2010: Biomaris Student Award

Pia Steinbrücken: "Carotenoide in Rotalgen: Chemotaxonomie und Lichtschutzfunktion innerhalb der non-Florideophyceae"

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2008: Biomaris Student Award

Karin Buchmann, Köln: "Buchmann: Mesostigma viride (Lauterborn): Dreidimensionale Rekontstruktion des Systems kontraktiler Vakuolen"

Manuela Görs, Rostock: "Görs: Untersuchung von Chlorella-Produkten anhand verschiedener Qualitätsparameter"

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2006: Student Award

Sabine Ng Chin Yue, Konstanz: "Investigations on Photosystem II mutants in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum"

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2005: Student Award

Eva Nowack, Köln: "Das 96-well Twin-layer-System: Neue Perspektiven in der Kultur von Algen"

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Images of the award ceremony

Photos of the Awardees and the award ceremony can be retrieved from the Intranet.

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*) In a member assembly in 2013 the Prize was renamed from Biomaris- to Algological Studies Students Prize with the members vote.

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2016: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Sophie Steinhagen: "Genetic survey of Ulvales in Nothern Germany reveals diversity and introduced species"

Sebastian Wittek: "Polyploidy – A Potential Key to Stable Endosymbiosis"

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2014: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Anique Stecher: "DNA and RNA-based biodiversity of eukaryotic sea ice algal communities of the central Arctic Ocean"

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2012: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Karin Komšić-Buchmann: "The SEC6 protein is required for function of the contractile vacuole in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii"

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2010: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Sonja Werner: "From green to red – development of hypnozygotes in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii"

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2008: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Uwe Langner, Leipzig: "Chlamydomonas acidophila - Investigations of the growth efficiency under extreme environmental conditions."

Frauke Pescheck, Kiel: "UV tolerance in green macroalgae: Screeing and tolerance in Ulva clathrata and Rhizoclonium riparium."

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2006: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Ansgar Gruber, Konstanz: "Visualisation and quantification of organellar genomes in Phaeodactylum tricornutum"

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2005: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Björn Podola, Köln: "Mikroalgen in Biosensorsystemen zur Analyse von toxischen Verbindungen"

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2003: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Thomas Mock, Bremerhaven: "Molekulare Mechanismen der Kälteanpassung in der polaren Diatomee Fragilariopsis cylindricus"

Cristoph Thyssen, Kaiserslautern: "Der CO2-Konzentrierungsmechanismus von Chlamydomonas: Insertionsmutagnese - vom Phänotyp zum Gen(otyp)"

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2001: Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award

Anke Behnke, Göttingen: "rDNA-Analysen und sexuelle Kompatibilität bei den Sellaphora pupula-Artenkomplex (Bacillariophyceae)"

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E. G. Pringsheim Award

Every other year the Section awards the Ernst Georg Pringsheim Award for an outstanding PhD thesis. Sometimes the prize is divided (see Geschäftsordnung). The award is named after the famous phycologist Ernst Georg Pringsheim (1881-1970) who was a pioneer in the cultivation of algae.