Karl Leo, Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth and Martin Pfeiffer win Deutscher Zukunftspreis 2011
Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Karl Leo, Dr. Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth and Dr. Martin Pfeiffer for winning the Deutscher Zukunftspreis 2011 (DZP11) today. The DZP11 is awarded by the German President and includes €250K prize money. I am very proud of this trio and their work. Karl Leo is university professor at TU Dresden and co-founder of both Novaled and Heliatek, Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth is co-founder and CSO (Chief Scientific Officer) of Novaled and Martin Pfeiffer is co-founder and CTO of Heliatek. It’s all about organic electronics, organic LED and organic PV made in Dresden, Europe’s leading cluster for green photonics.
Karl Leo is ECO12 speaker as well as Thibaud Le Séguillon, the CEO of Heliatek. Heliatek is also nominated for the Ecosummit Award 2012. Below you find our Ecosummit TV videos with Jan and Martin which we recorded on 2 March 2011 in Dresden. Long live Heliatek and Novaled.
Ecosummit TV: Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth Novaled OLED
Ecosummit TV: #1 Andreas Rueckemann Martin Pfeiffer Heliatek OPV
Ecosummit TV: #2 Andreas Rueckemann Martin Pfeiffer Heliatek OPV
Tags: Cleantech, Deutscher Zukunftspreis 2011, Dresden, ECO12, Ecosummit 2012, Ecosummit TV, Green Photonics, Heliatek, Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth, Karl Leo, Martin Pfeiffer, Novaled, Organic Electronics, Organic LED, Organic PV, Smart Green Economy, TU Dresden