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List of Winners of the Roentgen Prize

Year

Winners

University/Institute

Topic (incl. notes)

2015 Dr. Eleftherios Goulielmakis Garching, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (MPQ) To recognize his outstanding contributions in the field of attosecond physics and technology with weak x-rays
2014 PD Dr. Jörg Evers University of Heidelberg, Max Planck Institute of Nuclear Physics Developing and verifying a foundational new quantum optic approach to describing x-ray dispersion on atomic nuclei in nanoscopic systems
2013 Dr. Tetyana Galatyuk Technical University Darmstadt, Junior Professorship for Experimental Nuclear Physics Significant contributions in elucidating the unexpected strength of virtual photon radiation in nucleus-nucleus collisions
2012 Dr. Christoph
Bostedt
Stanford University,
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Outstanding activity at the free electron lasers FLASH and LCLS
2011 Prof. Dr. Matthias
Kling
Garching,
Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics (MPQ)
Groundbreaking work in the area of attosecond nanomicroscopy
2010
shared
Prof. Dr. Franz
Pfeiffer and
Dr. Christian
David
Technical University of Munich,
Physics Department
Villigen,
Paul Scherrer Institute, Laboratory
for Micro- and Nanotechnology (LMN)


Methods of phase contrast X-rays using conventional X-ray tubes

2009 Dr. Till Nikolaij
Jahnke
Goethe University of Frankfurt,
Institute for Nuclear Physics
Groundbreaking contributions to research of the so-called interatomic coulombic decay (ICD)
2008 Prof. Dr. Birgit
Kanngiesser
Technical University of Berlin,
Institute for Optics and Atomic Physics
In recognition of their development of a new method to use X-rays in microstructure analytics
2007 Dr. Michael
Köhl
Cambridge,
University of Cambridge
Outstanding innovative contributions in the field of cold quantum gasses
2006 PD Dr. Thomas
Udem
Garching,
Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics
Groundbreaking contributions towards implementing optical frequency comb techniques with the help of femtosecond lasers
2005 Dr. Thorsten
Weber
University of Frankfurt,
Institute for Nuclear Physics
Groundbreaking contributions in elucidating many-particle dynamics in fundamental atomic and molecular systems
2004 Dr. Simone
Techert
Göttingen,
Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
Outstanding contributions to ultrafast dynamics in organic solid-state bodies with time-resolved X-ray scattering
2003 Dr. Hermann Andreas
Dürr
BESSY – Berlin Electron Storage Ring, Society for Synchro­tron Radiation mbH, Berlin Outstanding contributions to the microscopic characterization of thin magnetic layers and the usage of circular polarized X-rays
2002 Dr. Ulrich
Schramm
LMU Munich – Physics Section,
Institute for Experi­mental Nuclear Physics, Garching
Outstanding contributions to the generation of crystalline ion beams in storage rings
2001 Dr. Stefan
Steinbacher
Martinsried,
Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry
Structure clarification of biomolecules with X-ray crystallography
2000 Dr. Klaus
Sengstock
University of Hanover,
Institute for Quantum Physics
Outstanding contributions to linear and non-linear atomic optics
1999 Dr. Manfred
Scholz
GSI, Heidelberg,        
Radiological Clinic
Outstanding contributions to basic research in biological radiation
1998 Dr. Rodrigo
Supper
Garching,
Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics
Outstanding contributions to X-ray astronomy
1997 Dr. Andreas
Tünnermann
Laser Center of Hanover Conceptualization and examination of novel laser radiation sources as well as application-oriented development of laser optics measurement techniques.
1996 Dr. Friedrich
Aumayr
TU Vienna,
Institute for General Physics
Outstanding contributions to ion-induced electron emission and to the development of X-ray lasers
1995 Dr. Thomas
Stöhlker
GSI Darmstadt Outstanding contributions to X-ray spectroscopy on very heavy, highly charged ions
1994 Dr. Arne
Kallenbach
Garching,
Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Outstanding contributions to plasma diagnostics in fusion research by using spectroscopic methods
1993 Dr. Ralph
Bilger
University of Tübingen,
Physics Institute
Investigation of scattering and the reactions of pions on nuclei
1992 Dr. Roland
Wink
Heidelberg,
Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics
Significant contributions to the success of the Gallex experiment, the first evidence of neutrino production via hydrogen fusion in the sun
1991 Dr. Werner
Heil
University of Mainz,
Institute for Physics
Investigation of parity violation in the electroweak interaction
1990 Dr. Hans Gerhard
Börner
Grenoble,
Institute of Laue-Langevin
Ultra-high resolution gamma spectroscopy with double-crystal spectrometers
1989
shared
Dr. Joachim
Reinhardt and
Prof. Dr. Gerhard
Soff
GSI Darmstadt

University of Frankfurt


Groundbreaking theoretical work in heavy ion atomic physics
1988 Dr. Walter
Graeff
Hamburg,
DESY
Excellent contributions towards using synchrotron radiation to depict coronary vessels with dichromography
1987 Prof. Dr. Reinhold
Schuch
Heidelberg,
Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Groundbreaking contributions to electron shell physics via analyses of decelerated, highly charged heavy ions
1986 Dr. Wolfgang
Ertmer
University of Bonn,
Institute for Applied Physics
Groundbreaking scientific and original works on decelerating atomic radiation with lasers
1985 PD Dr. Klaus
Rith
University of Freiburg,
Physics Institute
Scientific works and initiatives that led to the discovery of the European Muon Collaboration effect
1984 Frau Dr. Renata Patricia
Virsik-Peukert
University of Göttingen,
Institute for Medical Physics and Biophysics
Investigations of radiation-induced chromosome aberrations in human lymphocytes
1983 Dr. Gottfried
Münzenberg
GSI Darmstadt Significant participation in the construction of the SHIP spectrometer and in the discovery of the elements Z=107 and Z=109 
1982 Dr. Thomas
Walcher
Heidelberg,
Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, CERN
Discovery of giant quadrupole resonance in the atomic nucleus and other notable contributions to nuclear, heavy ion, and high energy physics
1981 Dr. Wolfram
Bode
Martinsried,
Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry
Work on X-ray structure analysis and the clarification of the relevant mechanism of action in the kallikrein complex
1980 Dr. Hartmut
Backe
TH Darmstadt,
Institute for Nuclear Physics
Groundbreaking investigations to validate positron emission by colliding uranium nuclei at high speeds
1979 Prof Dr. Claus
Rolfs
University of Münster,
Institute for Nuclear Physics
Groundbreaking investigations to explain astrophysical questions by measuring nuclear reactions with low energies
1978 Prof. Dr. Jürgen
Andrä
FU Berlin,
Institute for Atomic and Solid-State Physics
Investigations of electron shells from atomic and ionized particles after foil stimulation
1977
shared
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang
Junge,
Prof. Dr. Roland
Reich, and
Prof. Dr. Bernd
Rumberg


Berlin


Photosynthesis
1976 Prof. Dr. B.
Ziegler
University of Mainz,
Institute for Nuclear Physics
Photon scattering on nuclei
 1975
shared
Dr. Frans  W.
Saris,
Dr. Paul H.
Mokler, and
Dr. Bernd
Müller
Amsterdam, FOM Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics
GSI Darmstadt

University of Frankfurt,
Institute for Theoretical Physics
 

Research in the field of molecular X-rays
1968
to
1970
 Dr. Gerhard
Backenstoss

Dr. Till A.
Kirsten

Dr. Ernst
Stuhlinger
University of Karlsruhe,
CERN

Heidelberg,
Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics

USA,
NASA
Outstanding work on antiproton and sigma atoms, especially regarding their X-ray emissions

Discovery of double beta decay of the atomic nucleus Se-82 and Te-130 as well as determining the half life of both decays

Pioneering work in space travel
1967 PD Dr. Otto
Schult
Munich Gamma radiation absorption of nuclei
1965
shared
Dr. Gianfranco 
Bologna,
Dr. Uwe
Timm, and
Dipl. Ing. Gerhard
Lutz


Hamburg,
DESY


Generating coherent, high-grade polarized photons at the GeV level
1964
shared
PD Dr. Ulrich
Hagen and
Prof. Dr. Robert
Koch
Karlsruhe

Freiburg


Radiation biology
1963 Dr. Theo
Mayer-Kuckuk
Heidelberg
1962 Dr. Günther
Clausnitzer
University of Erlangen,
Institute for Experimental Physics
Generating the radiation of spin-polarized protons
1961 Dr. Rudolf L.
Mössbauer
*

TU Munich,
Physics Department
Mössbauer Effect
*Nobel Prize in Physics in the same year
1960 Dr. h.c. John B.
Adams
Geneva,
CERN
As the CERN Director, was responsible for the proton synchrotron