Graduation ceremony 2021



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Office of Department / Mentoring


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  Graduation ceremony with academic caps-throwing Copyright: © Kurt Beyer

This year's graduation ceremony took place digitally on June 11, 2021. The graduation ceremony began with an exciting lecture by Dr. Klaus-Dieter Franz on chemistry for energy storage technologies. This was followed by the honoring of the graduates by the chairman of the examination board, Prof. Dr. Paul Kögerler.

This year Prof. Manfred Martin and Prof. Rene M. Königs received the student prize for excellent teaching and supervision.

With the Chemistry Prize, the GDCh local association Aachen honored Mr Nico Linnartz, Mr Marcus Lantzius-Beninga, Mr Martin Schäfer, Mr Tim Schramm, Mr Dennis Milesevic, Ms Lucia Cristina Frohn and Ms Kelly Tran for the excellent bachelor's degrees.

In addition, Ms Lucia Cristina Frohn received the Schöneborn Prize from the proRWTH association, for the best bachelor's degree.

Ms Teresa Karl received the Procter & Gamble Prize for outstanding achievements in the master's degree in chemistry. The prize was awarded by Ms Maike Siemons from Procter & Gamble.

Ms Francesca Plückhahn, Ms Iona Popa, Mr Leander Weinelt, Mr Joseph Görl, Mr Markus Weiß and Mr Hans Jakob Güldenberg received the mentoring prize for supervising the mentoring learning groups of the General Chemistry module.

This year's closing remarks were given by Prof. Dr. Frederic Patureau, who invited to the subsequent exchange in break out sessions.


Pictures of the graduation ceremony 2021


Graduation ceremony

Time Agenda

Keynote speech

Dr. Klaus-Dieter Franz
Chemistry for energy storage technologies

17:00-17:15 Pause

Welcome from the chemistry department

Prof. Dr. Sonja Herres-Pawlis


Honors of the graduates

  • Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education
  • Master of Science und Master of Education
  • Doctorate

Award ceremony

  • Students' Prize
  • Mentoring Prize
  • Chemistry Prize
  • Schöneborn Prize
  • Procter & Gamble Prize

Closing words

Prof. Dr. Frédéric Patureau

In connection Opportunity to exchange in break out sessions

With the kind support of