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The best doctoral theses of 2014

Published on 17. Februar 2015, 15:20 h
University Society awards prizes

On the 5th of February, the Westfälisch-Lippische Universitätsgesellschaft (WLUG, University Society) awarded prizes to young academics for their doctoral theses at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF). The 15 theses submitted for prizes by Bielefeld University’s faculties had all received the highest grade possible ‘summa cum laude’ (outstanding).  The event was hosted by Andreas Liebold who presented the doctoral topics in discussions with the award winners.


You can view a photo gallery with short summaries of the theses on Facebook:
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The WLUG has been awarding Dissertation prizes since 1983. Worth 1,000 Euro each, they are funded by both major companies in the region of East Westphalia-Lippe and individuals. Because at least one doctoral student from each faculty received a prize, the range of topics was very broad.

Dissertationspreisträger 2014 mit Vertretern der Universität und der Universitätsgesellschaft (v.l.): Dr. Sandra Klausing, Prorektor Prof. Dr. Martin Egelhaaf, Philip Bornkessel, Dr. Stefan Janssen, Dr. Matthieu Felsinger, Dr. Moritz von Gliszczynski, Dr. Nathan Devos, Stephan lsernhagen, Dr. Christian Mikolajczak, Herbert Vogel, Vorsitzender WLUG, Christian Seegelke, Jürgen Heinrich, Geschäftsführer WLUG, und sitzend davor Rabea Schweiger, Dr. Jan-Hendrik Lamm und Dr. Emily Finne.
Dissertation prize winners of 2014 with representatives of the University and the University Society (from left to right): Dr. Sandra Klausing, Prorektor Prof. Dr. Martin Egelhaaf, Philip Bornkessel, Dr. Stefan Janssen, Dr. Matthieu Felsinger, Dr. Moritz von Gliszczynski, Dr. Nathan Devos, Stephan lsernhagen, Dr. Christian Mikolajczak, Herbert Vogel, Vorsitzender WLUG, Christian Seegelke, Jürgen Heinrich, Geschäftsführer WLUG, und sitzend davor Rabea Schweiger, Dr. Jan-Hendrik Lamm und Dr. Emily Finne.

Herbert Vogel, the President of the WLUG, awarded the Dissertation prizes at an academic ceremony. Prize winners and their relatives were joined by representatives of the Rektorat and the Faculties as well as city of Bielefeld. Music was provided by Elena Kaßmann and Susanne Heilig (piano and clarinet). The prize-giving ceremony was followed by a reception at the ZiF.

The prize winners:
Biology
Rabea Schweiger
Impacts of phytohormone pathway interferences an arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis on plant foliar metabolomes
Sponsor: Privatbrauerei Ernst Barre GmbH

Chemistry
Jan-Hendrik Lamm
Anthracene-based poly-Lewis acids: Synthesis, characterization, and host–guest chemistry
Sponsor: Stockmeier Holding GmbH

Educational Science
Philip Bornkessel
Social-origin-specific educational choices: The influence of primary and secondary effects of social origin on the transition from secondary to tertiary education
Sponsor: Goldbeckstiftung

History, Philosophy and Theology
Stephan Isernhagen
Susan Sonntag and the New York  intellectuals: The art of transgressing borders
Sponsor: Textilkontor Walter Seidensticker

Health Sciences
Dr. Emily Finne
Exercise, body weight, and aspects of well-being in adolescence
Sponsor: Wilhelm Böllhoff GmbH & Co. KG

Linguistics/Literary Studies
Dr. Nathan Devos
Foreign language use during peer interaction in content and language integrated learning (CLIC) physical education (PE)
Sponsor: Ursula Lemke

Mathematics
Dr. Matthieu Felsinger
Parabolic equations associated with symmetric nonlocal operators
Sponsor: itelligence AG

Physics
Dr. Dieter Akemeier
Nano-prototyping and 3D bio-imaging with dual beam microscopy
Sponsor: ROLLAX GmbH & Co. KG

Psychology and Sports Science
Department of Psychology
Dr. Nantje Otterpohl
Emotion regulation in childhood and adolescence: Familial determinants and psychosocial consequences of the childhood regulation of anger
Sponsor: Dr. Ulrich und Erna-Marie Greiffenhagen
Department of Sports Science
Christian Seegelke
Cognitive planning in manual action - Action selection in multi-segment object manipulation tasks
Sponsor: Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA

Sociology
Dr. Moritz von Gliszczynski
New ideas of basic social protection. How social cash transfers changed global development agendas
Sponsor: Westfälisch-Lippische Universitätsgesellschaft

Technology
Dr. rer. nat. Sandra Klausing
Optimization of CHO production cell lines: RNAi-mediated gene knockdown and studies on clone stability
Sponsor: Dr. August Wolff GmbH & Co. KG Arzneimittel
Dr. rer. nat. Stefan Janssen
Kisses, ambivalent models and more: Contributions to the analysis of RNA secondary structure
Sponsor: Harting KGaA

Law
Dr. Christian Mikolajczak
Applying foreclosure to current accounts – A reconsideration in light of the reform of payment legislation in §§ 675c ff.  of the German Civil Code (BGB)
Sponsor: Bankverein Werther Zweigniederlassung Bielefeld der Volksbank Paderborn-Höxter-Detmold eG

Business Administration and Economics
Dr. Patrick Beißner
Microeconomic theory of financial markets under volatility uncertainty
Sponsor: Miele & Cie KG

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