Science prize in the area of chemical and process engineering

The Peter und Luise Hager Prize acknowledges outstanding achievements by individual graduates and post-graduates in the area of chemical and process engineering.

Prizes are awarded to outstanding master or doctoral theses achieving minimum A grades, focusing on the area of energy and environment technology, and completed at a facility of the KIT with an energy and environment technology focus, such as the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering. A specific reference to renewable energies, storage and networks is also desirable.

The prize is endowed with 3,000 EUR and the winner also receives a certificate acknowledging their outstanding work.

The Peter und Luise Hager Prize 2017 was awarded within the framework of the KIT Faculty of Chemical and Process Technology Day on 13 July 2018.

This year, the prize was awarded to Dr.-Ing. Stefan Jaiser, Institut für Thermische Verfahrenstechnik, for his outstanding doctoral thesis on the topic of “Further development of a competitive manufacturing process for lithium-ion battery storage materials”.


Photo: Prize-winner Dr Stefan Jaiser (right) is delighted at his award, presented by the Dean of the KIT Faculty, Prof. Harald Horn (left)

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