For her work in the field of macromolecule synthesis, she was awarded with the Otto Hahn Medal of the Max Planck Society (2002), an ERC Synergy grant (2012, together with Martin Plenio and Fedor Jelezko) and the Wissenschaftspreis of the city of Ulm (2014).

He is serving as member of the senate of the Leibniz Association and the German Research Fundation.

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JK has received several distinctions in Germany, England and France, and is currently holding a 5 Mio€ PEARL award from the Luxembourg research council FNR for investigating multifunctional materials.

Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus studied Chemistry at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, where she received her diploma 1975 and her Ph D 1978.

Since 1994, she is professor of Physical Chemistry, since 2017 Senior Professor, at Bielefeld University, addressing topics in combustion chemistry, biofuels and diagnostics in high-temperature reactive systems.

She has received guest and honorary professorships in several European and Asian universities and is an elected member of the academies of sciences, technology and arts Leopoldina, acatech, Göttingen and Northrhine-Westphalia, respectively.

She was president of the German Bunsen Society (2007-2008) and of the International Combustion Institute (2012-2016), and editor-in-chief of Combustion and Flame (2004-2010).

Kohse-Höinghaus has received a number of high-level international awards, including most recently the Chinese National Friendship Award 2016 as well as the International Science and Technology Cooperation Award presented to her 2017 by Chinese President Xi Jinping.

He became an Assistant Professor at Institute for Molecular Science, Okazaki National Institutes in 1983 before receiving his Ph D degree from Osaka University.

He moved to Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University as an Assistant Professor in 1989, and then to Faculty of Science, Osaka University as an Assistant Professor in 1991. He was promoted to an Associate Professor at Faculty (now Graduate School) of Engineering Science, Osaka University in 1994, and then to a full Professor at Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University in 2003. Jpn.) in 2000, The Chemical Society of Japan Award for Creative Work for 2008, The 9 Green and Sustainable Chemistry Award, Awarded by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in 2010, and The Award of the Society of Polymer Science, Japan in 2010.

Beyond her research, her pioneering science outreach programs have been awarded with the Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic (2007) by then German President Horst Köhler.

Moniek Tromp finished her MSc in Chemistry, with specialisations in spectroscopy and catalysis, at the University of Utrecht (Nld) in 2000.

He is currently a UNESCO co-Chair Professor on “Water Access and Sustainability” and a Herman Schneider Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. His research interests include (i) physical chemical processes for treatment of surface water, groundwater, industrial wastewater, and other types of polluted water, (ii) advanced oxidation technologies and nanotechnologies, including processes based on hydroxyl and sulfate radicals, (iii) development of advanced functional materials, (iv) UV and solar light-based remediation processes, (v) treatment of contaminants of emerging concern, (vi) remediation of Harmful Algal Blooms/cyanotoxins, (vii) transition metal-based chemical oxidation, (viii) environmental nanotechnology, (ix) (nano) interfacial phenomena in environmental systems, and (x) water sustainability. Professor Dionysiou is currently serving as Chair (2018-2019) and member of several other committees of the Division of Environmental Chemistry, ACS (ENVR/ACS); he has previously served as Chair-Elect (2016-2017) and Program Chair (2008-2016) of ENVR/ACS. He frequently serves as organizer and member of international scientific committees in conferences throughout the world and he frequently participates in European conferences in the fields of materials, nanotechnology, advanced oxidation processes, water quality, sustainability, and environmental science in general.