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Winners of the CeNS Publication Award 2022

Every year, CeNS awards prizes for excellent publications of CeNS members which have been published during the past 12 months. On Friday, November 25, the winners of this year's CeNS Publication Awards were announced online. Ten awards were presented in the categories "Best Interdisciplinary Publication", "Scientific Breakthrough" and "Best Junior Scientist Publication". With this award, remarkably successful cooperation projects within CeNS as well as outstanding research of an individual research group of CeNS were distinguished.

Publication Award Winners 2022 (by category, in random order):

Best interdisciplinary publication

Adrian Fuchs, Petra Mannhardt, Patrick Hirschle, Haoze Wang, Irina Zaytseva, Zhe Ji, Omar Yaghi, Stefan Wuttke, and Evelyn Ploetz: Opens external link in new windowSingle Crystals Heterogeneity Impacts the Intrinsic and Extrinsic Properties of Metal–Organic Frameworks, Advanced Materials (2021).

Martina F. Ober, Anna Baptist, Lea Wassermann, Amelie Heuer-Jungemann, and Bert Nickel: Opens external link in new windowIn situ small-angle X-ray scattering reveals strong condensation of DNA origami during silicification, Nature Comm. (2022)

Laura Frey, Jonas Pöhls, Matthias Hennemann, Andre Mähringer, Stephan Reuter, Timothy Clark, R. Thomas Weitz, and Dana Medina: Opens external link in new windowOriented Thiophene-Extended Benzotrithiophene Covalent Organic Framework Thin Films: Directional Electrical Conductivity, Advanced Functional Materials (2022)

Scientific breakthrough

Lei Zhang, Michael Isselstein, Jens Köhler, Nikolaos Eleftheriadis, Nadia M. Huisjes, Miguel Guirao-Ortiz, Alessandra Narducci, Jochem H. Smit, Janko Stoffels, Hartmann Harz, Heinrich Leonhardt, Andreas Herrmann, and Thorben Cordes: Opens external link in new windowLinker Molecules Convert Commercial Fluorophores into Tailored Functional Probes during Biolabelling, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2022)

Konrad Birkmeier, Tobias Hertel, and Achim Hartschuh: Opens external link in new windowProbing the ultrafast dynamics of excitons in single semiconducting carbon nanotubes, Nature Comm. (2022)

Florian M. Gartner, Isabella R. Graf, and Erwin Frey: Opens external link in new windowThe time complexity of self-assembly, PNAS (2022)

Anja Barfüßer, Sebastian Rieger, Amrita Dey, Ahmet Tosun, Quinten A. Akkerman, Tushar Debnath, and Jochen Feldmann: Opens external link in new windowConfined Excitons in Spherical-Like Halide Perovskite Quantum Dots, Nano Letters (2022)

Best junior scientist publication

Merve-Zeynep Kesici, Philip Tinnefeld and Andres Manuel Vera: Opens external link in new windowA simple and general approach to generate photoactivatable DNA processing enzymes, Nucleic Acid Research (2021)

Lucca Kühner, Luca Sortino, Rodrigo Berté, Juan Wang, Haoren Ren, Stefan A. Maier, Yuri S. Kivshar, and Andreas Tittl: Opens external link in new windowRadial bound states in the continuum for polarization-insensitive nanophotonics, Nature Comm. (2022)

Lukas Zeisel, Jan G. Felber, Karoline C. Scholzen, Lena Poczka, Dorian Cheff, Martin S. Maier, Qing Cheng, Min Shen, Matthew D. Hall, Elias S.J. Arnér, Julia Thorn-Seshold, and Oliver Thorn-Seshold: Opens external link in new windowSelective cellular probes for mammalian thioredoxin reductase TrxR1: Rational design of RX1, a modular 1,2-thiaselenane redox probe, Chem (2022)