POLiS researcher awarded with prestigious Humboldt Fellowship

Dr. Chinmaya Mirle, a postdoctoral researcher at the Cluster of Excellence POLiS, has been granted the prestigious Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers. On receiving the news of being granted the scholarschip he said: "I opened my e-mail and saw a mail from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. I was over the moon when I read that my proposal was accepted".

During his fellowship, Chinmaya Mirle will be focusing on the design of small molecule- and polymer cathodes for Na-ion batteries.

Chinmaya Mirle completed his PhD at the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras before joining the group of Prof. Dr. Alexander Kühne at Ulm University in 2022 as postdoctoral researcher. He will be based at Ulm University and continue working in the framework of POLiS. The host will be Prof. Dr. Alexander Kuehne, Institute Director of the Institute of Organic Chemistry III at Ulm University whom he has been working with since joining Ulm University.

The renowned Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdocs is awarded to exceptionally qualified scientists from abroad who are at the beginning of their scientific career and completed their doctorate no more than four years ago. An Alexander von Humboldt Foundation research fellowship is highly coveted because it often leads to a career in science. According to a study by the Foundation, four out of every five researchers achieve a full professorship within 20 years of their research stay in Germany.
























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