Donald B. Dingwell

Prof. Donald B. Dingwell elected to the Royal Society#

The geoscientist Prof. Donald B. Dingwell, Academia Europaea Vice-President, Chair of Mineralogy and Petrology and current Director of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München has been elected to the Royal Society in recognition of his scientific achievements.

Each year, the Royal Society elects up to 52 Fellows and 10 Foreign Fellows to its ranks. The Royal Society is currently composed of 1700 Fellows.

Prof. Dingwell is active in the field of experimental geomaterials reasearch, with promary applications in petrology and volcanology. An example of his latest research appears this month in Nature. Prof. Dingwell, a member of the Earth and Cosmic Sciences section of Academia Europaea has received numerous national, Europaea and international awards. After the Royal Society of Canada, the Academia Europaea, acatech and Leopoldina, this is the 5th academy election for Prof. Dingwell.

Academia Europaea congratulates Prof. Dingwell to this outstanding distinction! #

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