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DFG announces recipients of 2012 Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prize
Date:3/20/2012

ation and which are just as crucial for technical processes. Although young, his name is already synonymous with prenucleation clusters. In collaboration with an Australian-English research unit, Gebauer is working on the hypotheses he developed during his dissertation on crystallisation processes. Currently working on his habilitation at the University of Constance, Gebauer is now setting up his own working group. His research results provide, among other things, a tool for controlling crystal structures, something which is of tremendous significance in pharmaceutics.

Dr. Lisa Kaltenegger (34), Physics, Max Planck Institute of Astronomy, Heidelberg

Astrophysicist Lisa Kaltenegger's work focuses on the characterisation of the atmospheres surrounding Earth-like planets. Since 2010, the successful researcher has headed an Emmy Noether Group at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg and, simultaneously, served as a research associate at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Kaltenegger, who also has a comprehensive knowledge of engineering, is shaping international development in modelling the atmospheres surrounding Earth-like planets and their interactions with the planets' surface. She uses one of the most important tools for analysing astronomical spectrums of extrasolar planets and has become a sought-after point of contact for groups all over the world. She is considered one of the most productive young researchers in modern astrophysics.

Dr. Katrin Paeschke (31), Biochemistry, University of Wrzburg

Biochemist Katrin Paeschke has received funding from the DFG's Emmy Noether Programme since 2011. She is currently setting up her own working group at the Biocenter at the University of Wrzburg. During her doctorate, which focused on four-stranded DNA and RNA structures known as "G-Quadruplex" structures, Paeschke proved herself as a scientist with tremendous potential, and the results of her d
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Contact: Marco Finetti
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