Leibniz Prizewinners 2004

1993 has already been quoted more than 1600 times. Besides the significance of the effect in basic research, particular mention also needs to be made of its potential applications, such as in the field of sensor technology. Konrad Samwer's life as a researcher centres around Gttingen. He studied physics there and in Bonn, gained his doctorate with distinction at Gttingen in 1981, followed by his habilitation in 1987. A ten-year period as a C4 professor in experimental physics at Augsburg was followed by his return to Gttingen for a similar professorship in 1999. He has worked on several long-term projects at the California Institute of Technology.

Prof. Dr. Manfred Strecker (48), Geosciences, University of Potsdam (1.55 million euros)
In the field of geosciences, Manfred Strecker is one of the pioneers in studying how tectonics, climate and surface processes interact. His achievements include fundamental findings on "Global Change", where he used methods taken from structural geology, physical geography and palaeontology. His work deals with topics such as neotectonics, the geology and geomorphology of interference zones, the development of stress fields in orogenes and rift zones, plus catastrophic mass movements and seismic hazards, climate signals in marine sediments, the deformation of Central Asia, the development of the Andes or the rift basins in Africa. His outstanding success is primarily based on his ability to identify the very latest and relevant geoscientific questions and to address these using cross-disciplinary, high-precision field and lab methods.

Manfred Strecker studied biology, geography and geology at Gttingen and Cornell University. After gaining his doctorate in the United States in 1987, he took on a position as a university assistant at the Geological Institute in Karlsruhe, where he gained his habilitation four years later. He went to Stanford University with a Heisenberg fellowship before being appointed to

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