Our Green Talents are welcomed in Germany by a diverse sustainability landscape, excellent living conditions and top-class research facilities. Therefore, it is not surprising that some have seized the chance to remain here after their research stay and are now working at renowned German institutes, universities and companies. Enjoy some of our Green Talents success stories.
Enayat´s new book just published
Enayat A. Moallemi recently edited a book for Routledge on the topic of sustainability transitions. The book collects state-of-the-art research from European and Australian-based researchers, including multiple chapters with contributions from world-leading scholars from Germany.
Winner of Young Talent Sub-Saharan Africa 2019 Award
Becky Nancy Achieng' Aloo is one of 20 Young Talent Sub-Saharan Africa 2019 L'Oréal-UNESCO awardees in Biological Sciences with her research project "Identifying novel species of Irish potato to enhance yields".
Selected for UNLEASH Innovation Lab 2019
Feemena Valappil was selected for UNLEASH Innovation Lab in Shenzhen, China, and worked to help people affected by lead contaminated water in Flint, Michigan, USA, by developing an integrated water treatment, testing and reporting system.
Science and Technology Award 2019
Attila Tóth received the Science and Technology Award in the category Personality of Science and Technology under 35 Years for an outstanding contribution to the development of science in landscape architecture.
Green Talents Alumni at MPI CEC
Green Talents alumni Jayati Trivedi and Jesús Esteban Serrano are working in close collaboration in the 'Multiphase Catalysis' group at MPI for Chemical Energy Conversion in Mülheim an der Ruhr. Jayati is here for her research stay and Jesús works as a postdoctoral researcher.
Top Peer Reviewer 2019 in Engineering and Cross-Field
Tonni Kurniawan has been identified as being among the top 1% of reviewers in Cross-Field as well as in Engineering on Publons global reviewer database in the award year 2018-19.
Eyram´s new research article just published
Eyram Norgbey´s new research article was conducted during his research stay at the Federal Highway Research Institute in Bergisch Gladbach together with Dr Volker Hirsch.