Horst-Günter Rubahn receives Fyens Stiftstidende’s Researcher Prize

for being a leader in nanotechnology.

Every year, Fyens Stiftstidende awards a prize to researchers from SDU who have excelled in their field. This year, the prize went to Professor Søren Askegaard from the Department of Marketing & Management; Head of Research Jane Clemensen from the Department of Clinical Research; and Head of Department Horst-Günter Rubahn from the Mads Clausen Institute.

“Horst-Günter Rubahn has had a pivotal role in the field of nanotechnology, both as a leader or a participant in countless national and international research projects and in networks with universities, research institutes and companies. This is reflected, for instance, in his position on the editorial board of ‘Reports on Progress in Physics’ – which is one of the most influential review journals in physics – and his selection as the Danish expert in nanotechnology to the EU’s committee for new European research grants in nanotechnology and material physics,” were some of the things written about him in his nomination/recommendation.