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atomic:news [2018-10-10 22:17]
Friedrich Aumayr
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 +===== Our research is presented in the TV show "nano" on 3SAT ======
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 +* This week our laboratories were the location for TV recordings for the popular science show "nano". The report was broadcasted today on 3SAT and is available  [[http://www.3sat.de/mediathek/?mode=play&obj=76582|online here]].
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 +===== Georg "slams" in Munich ======
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 +* Taking part in the Munich Science-Slam Georg had to present his scientific research work within 2 minutes in front of a non-expert audience. He did it by asking "How to create energy from stars within doghnuts".
 +This needs a good portion of courage and humour. Well done Georg! [[https://youtu.be/xSh4-v5dsgM?t=782|(see his contribution in YouTube)]]
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===== Herbert's Finish and Fresh Start ====== ===== Herbert's Finish and Fresh Start ======
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2018-Sep-21 2018-Sep-21
-* Once a year, the City of Vienna awards prizes to particularly outstanding diploma theses at the Vienna University of Technology (one per faculty). This year's award winner of the Faculty of Physics is Paul Szabo. His thesis  //Experimental and Simulated Sputtering of Gold, Iron and Wollastonite with a Catcher-QCM Setup// was carried out in our [[:atomic:|group]]. Results of his Thesis have been published in several papers and were also featured in a [[https://www.tuwien.ac.at/en/news/news_detail/article/125997/|Press release of TU Wien]]. Congratulations! The award ceremony will take place on Friday, 19 October 2018 at 13.00 c.t. in the Kuppelsaal of TU Wien.+* Once a year, the City of Vienna awards prizes to particularly outstanding diploma theses at the Vienna University of Technology (one per faculty). This year's award winner of the Faculty of Physics is Paul Szabo. His thesis  //Experimental and Simulated Sputtering of Gold, Iron and Wollastonite with a Catcher-QCM Setup// was carried out in our [[:atomic:|group]]. Results of his Thesis have been published in several papers and were also featured in a [[https://www.tuwien.ac.at/en/news/news_detail/article/125997/|Press release of TU Wien]]. Congratulations! The award ceremony will take place on Friday, 19 October 2018 at 13.00 c.t. in the Kuppelsaal of TU Wien. [[https://www.tuwien.ac.at/aktuelles/news_detail/article/126281/|TU News reporting on the award ceremony]]
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2018-April-11 2018-April-11
-* For the fourth time, women with vision and courage to take risks have been awared with the "look! Business Award", women in management positions, founders and managers. Ille Gebeshuber was honored in the category "MINT Industries". The laudation was held by Karin Zipperer from ASFINAG, the sponsor of this category. Congratulations Ille!+* For the fourth time, women with vision and courage to take risks have been awared with the "look! Business Award", women in management positions, founders and managers. Ille Gebeshuber was honored in the category "MINT Industries". The laudation was held by Karin Zipperer from ASFINAG, the sponsor of this category. Congratulations Ille! [[https://www.tuwien.ac.at/aktuelles/news_detail/article/125776/|TU Wien News(in German)]]
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-===== Hannspeter Winter award 2017 for Elisabeth  ======+===== Hannspeter Winter award for Elisabeth  ======
{{ :news:img_6737.jpg?200|Elisabeth Gruber}} {{ :news:img_6737.jpg?200|Elisabeth Gruber}}
2017-Nov-13 (2018-Jan-19) 2017-Nov-13 (2018-Jan-19)
-* The Hannspeter Winter Award, named after our former institute director, was established at the TU Wien in 2007 and honours achievements in research in PhD projects by female graduate students. It also aims to increase awareness of notable achievements of women in the field of research and technology. The prize is awarded annually and this year our institute is proud to announce that it has been awarded to Dr. Elisabeth Gruber who recently finished her PhD thesis under the supervision of Fritz Aumayr. Congratulations Elisabeth! The award ceremony will take place on Jan. 19th, 2018 at 1 pm in the Kuppelsaal of TU Wien.+* The Hannspeter Winter Award, named after our former institute director, was established at the TU Wien in 2007 and honours achievements in research in PhD projects by female graduate students. It also aims to increase awareness of notable achievements of women in the field of research and technology. The prize is awarded annually and this year our institute is proud to announce that it has been awarded to Dr. Elisabeth Gruber who recently finished her PhD thesis under the supervision of Fritz Aumayr. Congratulations Elisabeth! The award ceremony will take place on Jan. 19th, 2018 at 1 pm in the Kuppelsaal of TU Wien.  
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 +[[https://www.tuwien.ac.at/de/aktuelles/news_detail/article/125533/|Press release of TU Wien (in German)]], 
 +[[https://www.tuwien.ac.at/en/news/news_detail/article/125533/|Press release of TU Wien (in English)]] 
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