Current Proposals

Innovative Projects – 2019 staff funding

Through the Innovative Projects internal competitive funding programme, TU Wien supports scientifically ambitious project ideas from all faculties. Particular value is placed on inter-faculty collaborations. Depending on the latest call for proposals, pioneering ideas from young researchers are supported with infrastructure or staff.

The innovative nature of the project being supported is evaluated under a peer review process and then discussed in a panel meeting.

Innovative Projects

Dr. Ernst Fehrer Award 2019

The Dr Ernst Fehrer Award has been awarded at the end of each year since 1982, according to the Guidelines for Honours of TU Wien. Only scientists educated at TU Wien or currently working there, in the subjects of Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Physics, are considered for the award. It is not possible to apply personally for the award. You can find more information in the Rector's Guidelins.

Award winners

Hannspeter Winter Award 2019

At TU Wien, the Rector grants a research award (the Hannspeter Winter Award) each year to the value of EUR 10,000 funded by income from the BA/CA Foundation and from TU Wien’s own budget. This award is for outstanding scientific research achievements in the context of dissertation projects submitted to TU Wien by students completing a doctoral study.

Statutes

Ressel Award 2019

At TU Wien, the Rector grants a research award (the Ressel Award) each year to the value of EUR 13,000 which is reimbursed under Section 27(3) of the Universities Act. This award recognises scientific achievements in the context of dissertation projects directly related to inter-disciplinary third-party funded research.

Innovative Projects – 2019 staff funding

Through the Innovative Projects internal competitive funding programme, TU Wien supports scientifically ambitious project ideas from all faculties. Particular value is placed on inter-faculty collaborations. Depending on the latest call for proposals, pioneering ideas from young researchers are supported with infrastructure or staff.

The innovative nature of the project being supported is evaluated under a peer review process and then discussed in a panel meeting.

Dr. Ernst Fehrer Award 2019

The Dr Ernst Fehrer Award has been awarded at the end of each year since 1982, according to the Guidelines for Honours of TU Wien. Only scientists educated at TU Wien or currently working there, in the subjects of Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Physics, are considered for the award. It is not possible to apply personally for the award. You can find more information in the Rector's Guidelins.

Dr. Ernst-Fehrer-Preis

Hannspeter Winter Award 2019

At TU Wien, the Rector grants a research award (the Hannspeter Winter Award) each year to the value of EUR 10,000 funded by income from the BA/CA Foundation and from TU Wien’s own budget. This award is for outstanding scientific research achievements in the context of dissertation projects submitted to TU Wien by students completing a doctoral study.

Ressel Award 2019

At TU Wien, the Rector grants a research award (the Ressel Award) each year to the value of EUR 13,000 which is reimbursed under Section 27(3) of the Universities Act. This award recognises scientific achievements in the context of dissertation projects directly related to inter-disciplinary third-party funded research.