Principal Investigator

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Ilka Parchmann

Institution

Kiel University
IPN – Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education
Vita

Education/Training

1999-2002
Research Scientist, IPN; Habilitation

1997-1999
Teacher education and second teaching degree (Staatsexamen), Wilhelmshaven

1994-1997
Doctoral student (Dr.rer.nat) at the University of Oldenburg

1989-1993
Studies of Chemistry and Biology for secondary school teaching, University of Oldenburg


Research Experience/Academic Appointments

Since 2009
Full Professor for Chemistry Education, IPN and Kiel University

2004-2009
Full Professor for Chemistry Education, University of Oldenburg

2002-2004
Associate Professor for Chemistry Education, IPN and Kiel University


Important Scientific Prizes/Functions

Since 2016
Speaker of the Leibniz Campus KiSOC (Kiel Science Outreach Campus)

Since 2014
Vice-President for Teacher Education, Science Communication and Higher Education at Kiel University

Since 2005
Member of the editorial boards of the German teacher journals Chemie konkret (Editor in Chief until 2017) and Unterricht Chemie

2018
Honorary Doctor at Umea University

2011-2015
Speaker of the Board of the German Association of Physics and Chemistry Education (GDCP)

2009-2014
Head of the Division of Chemistry Education of EuCheMS

2011
Polytechnik Award for Chemie im Kontext, Polytechnical Society, Frankfurt

2010
Erhard Friedrich Award for an outstanding scientist, Association for Fachdidaktik (GFD)

2003-2009
Member of the Board of the Division of Chemistry Education of the German Chemical Society (GDCh)

2000
Award for the best degree in chemistry teacher education of the academic year, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Department of Chemistry

1996
Manfred and Wolfgang Flad Award, German Chemical Society, Division of Chemistry Education

Associated Research Groups

Communicating the Metaorganism

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