Mark Jellinek receives the 2024 Konrad Adenauer Research Award

May 30, 2024
Prof. Mark Jellinek (image source:

Congratulations to Prof. Mark Jellinek, who has been honored with the 2024 Konrad Adenauer Research Award by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Professor Jellinek, an EOAS geophysicist, is recognized for his pioneering work on magmatic and volcanic processes, climate change, and geodynamics. This prestigious award celebrates his significant contributions to Earth system science and his efforts in strengthening academic and cultural ties between Canada and Germany. During the tenure of the Konrad Adenauer Research Award, Prof Jellinek will collaborate with Eberhard Bodenschatz, physicist and director of the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization. Each year the award, valued at 60,000 euros, is given to one internationally recognized Canadian researcher. Congratulations again to Prof. Mark Jellinek for receiving this year’s award.