Dr. Carina Hambrock is the new deputy spokeswoman of the DGM Young Talents Committee

At the last meeting of the DGM Young Talents Committee in Darmstadt on April 29, 2019, Dr. Carina Hambrock, voestalpine Stahl GmbH, was elected as the new deputy spokeswoman of the DGM Young Talents Committee.

Dr. Hambrock studied chemical engineering at the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Idstein from 2007 to 2011, focusing on materials science (including biomaterials), food and pharmaceutical analytics as well as bioanalytics. She completed her doctoral thesis in 2015 with Prof. Dr. Achim Walter Hassel on "On the interaction between cold rolled steel strip and transporting roll during annealing".

In 2016, Dr. Hambrock received the "Nachwuchspreis der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V." for her theses.

The DGM office is convinced that Dr. Hambrock, with her extremely pronounced commitment and motivation, her infectious good mood and her experience, will continue to work with young talent in the spirit of all DGM members and wishes her every success for her term in office.

Information on the DGM Young Talents Committee can be found on the DGM homepage at https://www.dgm.de/dgm/gremien/dgm-nachwuchsausschuss/.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at nachwuchs@dgm.de.