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Dialogforum „The Future is Ours!“

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Brigitte Ratzer and Helga Gartner invite you to a dialogue event to talk about where we want to be in 10 years' time. There is a date for women only in German and a general date in English.
The date for women is on Monday, 17 June 2024 from 12 to 2 pm in the Luftpavillon. More information and the link to register are here.

ASCINA Symposium

[Translate to English:] ASCINA Symposium

On 18 June from 16:30, the networking event "Austrian Scientists in dialogue with the world: international opportunities across academia and industry" will take place for the first time in the Festsaal of TU Wien. ASciNA, the University of Vienna, the Medical University of Vienna and TU Wien are joining forces for an event to discuss career opportunities and possibilities to supplement or continue their education abroad. The aim is to make borders more permeable. In the first panel, ASciNA scholars and mentees will present "There and Back Again: the Journey of an Austrian Scientist". In the second panel, various Austrian organisations such as Marshall Plan, OeAD, Austrian Business Agency, AWS, Fulbright will introduce themselves, and the alumni clubs of the universities will also be present.


Association for Women in Mathematics Prizes

[Translate to English:] Association for Women in Maths Logo

Each year, the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) awards prizes to celebrate the achievements of our colleagues in a variety of roles. If you know of someone deserving of recognition, the AWM Canvassing Committee encourages you to nominate them. Find out more about the prizes.

Research grant for female MSc students in economics

[Translate to English:] Details über die Forschungsbeihilfe

The Department of Economics is offering a grant to a student who is working on a thesis in economics. The research grant provides a salary of EUR 440 gross per month for a maximum of 6 months, but no longer than until completion of an MSc program at TU Wien.

Leila Taghizadeh, mathematician

Leila Taghizadeh

The traces of maths are everywhere, says Leila Taghizadeh. She studied the subject because she enjoyed it at school. Taghizadeh, who has received many awards, recently returned to TUW to conduct research. Here is an interview in german.

Associate Professorship for Sandra Müller

Associate Professor Sandra Müller