Congratulations to AMPED EFRC postdoctoral fellow Jenny Schneider, who has been awarded a prestigious Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship from the Humboldt Foundation. The Humboldt Foundation sponsors highly qualified German researchers of all disciplines who wish to conduct research abroad. Jenny Schneider received her M.Sc. in Material- and Nanochemistry and Ph.D. in chemistry from the Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany. Her research focused on nanosecond laser flash photolysis studies for the elucidation of photoinduced processes in metal oxide photocatalysts. Jenny Schneider is the co-author of 20 peer-reviewed papers and co-editor of two scientific books based on photo-induced processes in metal oxides. In 2018, she joined the AMPED EFRC and is a member of the Photoanode Team. Under the direction of Gerald Meyer, she is working on interfacial proton-coupled electron transfer reactions between surface-bound chromophore-catalyst assemblies and degenerately-doped transparent conducting oxides.