Paul Drude Medal
The “Paul Drude Medal” is a prize for young scientists, awarded by the "Arbeitskreis Ellipsometrie (AKE) - Paul Drude e. V." since 2009 for an extraodinary presentation at the Workshop Ellipsometry.
Andreas Furchner, Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften e.V. (ISAS), Berlin, Germany
Andreas Furchner won the prize for his contribution "In-situ IR ellipsometry" at the 9th Workshop Ellipsometry in Enschede (The Netherlands).
Juliane Klamser, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg, Germany
Juliane Klamser won the prize for her contribution "Generalized Ellipsometry of Semipolar AlGaN" at the 8th Workshop Ellipsometry in Dresden.
Wojciech Ogiegło, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Wojciech Ogiegło won the prize in 2011 for his contribution "Superimposed effects of nano-scale confinement and penetrant on behavior of ultra-thin glassy polymer membranes" at the 7th Workshop Ellipsometry in Leipzig.
Daniel Schmidt, University of Nebrasca-Lincoln, United States
Daniel Schmidt won the prize in 2011 for his contribution "Spectroscopic Ellipsometry of Sculptured Thin Films made by Glancing Angle Deposition" at the 6th Workshop Ellipsometry in Berlin.
Eva Bittrich, Leibniz-Insitut für Polymerforschung e.V. (IPF), Dresden, Germany
Eva Bittrich won the prize in 2009 for her work „Application of in-situ vis-ellipsometry for the investigation of stimuliresponsive polymer brushes and adsorption processes thereon" at the 5th Workshop Ellipsometry in Zweibrücken.