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2014 Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prizes
Date:2/20/2014

overall research of knowledge that extends into the most diverse traditions of discourse. Bent Gebert has significantly advanced research on medieval myths with his research into myths as a form of knowledge. Using subtle text observations, he shows that the growing knowledge claims of late-medieval narrative have poetological, that is poetic consequences. Gebert is currently involved with the reconstruction of the "cultural logic" of competition within medieval literature.

Silvia Gruhn (34), Neurobiology/Mathematics, University of Cologne

Silvia Gruhn creates a link between applied mathematics and experimental biology. She is working both on modelling the haemodynamic the blood flow in blood vessels within the human brain, as well as on the control of complex behaviour, namely the running movements of insects. She has been investigating the latter since 2009, as the head of an independent junior research group within the Emmy Noether Programme. Silvia Gruhn makes use of all the relevant parameters of the biological organism in her simulations, including the cellular properties of neurons and even the biomechanical properties of muscles and their different compositions.

Daniel Meyer (34), Production Processing, University of Bremen

Studies of the effects of production processes on surface properties can help to produce higher-performance components and improve production processes used to date. Daniel Meyer's research is precisely within this area between natural scientific mechanisms and engineering science-based issues. The biologist's multidisciplinary approach combined with complex experimental verification has created new ways of changing the properties of materials while preserving resources. The "kryogene Walzen" he published for the first time is just one of the possible implementations of his theoretical principles.

Laura Na Liu (34), Nanosciences, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart<
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