cfaed Researcher Receives Carl Zeiss Research Award for Young Researchers

Published on in NEWS

Honoring his successful work, cfaed researcher Dr. Robert Brückner received the Carl Zeiss Research Award for Young Researchers, awarded by Ernst-Abbe-Fonds, as one of the first three laureates. The newly established prize is given to promising young scientists in the area of optics and photonics who publish an outstanding paper in an internationally recognized science journal during the first three years after their doctorate. Dr. Brückner shares the prize, doted with EUR 7000 each, with two more awardees. The 30-year-old scientist contributes to cfaed's Organic / Polymer Research Path and is working at TU Dresden’s Institute for Applied Photophysics (IAPP). His paper about a new idea for the production of organic solid-state laser was published in 'Nature Photonics'.

Go back