Gips-Schüle Prize for Tobias Steinle

July 8, 2019

On 8 July 2019 for the fourth time, the Gips-Schüle-Stiftung rewarded young talents at the University of Stuttgart.

The first prize went to Dr. Tobias Steinle from the University of Stuttgart for his dissertation on novel, ultra-stable infrared laser sources with a wide range of applications, from biomedical research to structural testing in the nanometer range. The second prize went to Dr. Claudia Koch, also from the University of Stuttgart; in her dissertation she dealt with a combination of biological building blocks with technical components and researched plant-viral carrier rods for enzyme-based sensors. The third prize was awarded to Dr. Ann-Christin Baranski for the development of a radiopharmaceutical (active ingredient) that binds specifically to the prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) and can be used for the imaging and treatment of prostate cancer.

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