Helge Stein receives Masao Horiba Award

The Japanese company Horiba presents its annual award for innovative work in the field of analytical measurement technology that contributes to decarbonisation. This year, Prof. Helge Stein, Research Unit leader at POLiS, receives the award for his research on data driven acceleration of materials discovery and upscaling through correlative spectroscopy and lab-scale manufacturing.

The 500,000 yen prize was awarded to Prof. Stein with the jury stating that the automation of material discovery experiments he has achieved will add a new dimension to the research of energy materials for decarbonisation in all energy sectors.

The Masao Horiba Award was established in 2003, to highlight innovative work in analytical measurement technologies. This information is critical to understanding many phenomena and, thus, forms the basis of new scientific research. These properties also form the foundation for the transition of materials to industrial production. For the product and process optimization, these analytical and measurement technologies are indispensable. The Masao Horiba Award, named after the founder of HORIBA, Ltd., should contribute to illuminating the achievement of researchers who are working hard in the field of analytical and measurement technology.

Video on the plattform of Prof. Stein
























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