The IRIS FISCHLMAYR Awards provides funding to support an outstanding academic/scientific Master’s/Diploma degree thesis. The IRIS FISCHLMAYR Scholarship is a dissertation scholarship awarded to provide support to junior women academics/scientists in areas of engineering and natural sciences.
The awards and fellowship are comprised as follows:
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The call for the 2022 IRIS-FISCHLMAYR Awards & Scholarship is closed. The next call is expected to open durin Winter Semester 2022/2023.
The following award winners of the 2022 Iris Fischlmayr Awards & Scholarship were selected unanimously by the jury and personally notified:
The Category of Dissertations:
MSSc Dr. Veronika Prieler: „Ambivalente Regulierungen und Subjektformierungen: Transformationen des Care-Regimes am Beispiel der österreichischen Live-in-Betreuung“
The Category or Master's/Diploma Degree Theses:
Two first-place winners (n alphabetical order):
Mag. Alisha Akii: „Compliance im Antidiskriminierungsrecht: Umsetzungsmöglichkeiten zur Erhöhung des arbeitsbezogenen Diskriminierungsschutzes in der Privatwirtschaft am Beispiel geschlechtsbezogener Diskriminierung“
Flora Stiftinger, BSc MSc: “The Effect of Ethnic Diversity on Team Performance: An Analysis of Highly-Skilled Teams in Austria”
The Category of Research Scholarship:
The research grant was awarded to Dipl. Ing. Angelika Lackner, BSc., to finalize her dissertation titled "Deciphering the Role of Immunogenic Cell Death in Extracorporeal Photopheresis".
The awards and scholarship ceremony is scheduled to take place during the Young Researchers' Awards Ceremony in June 2023 in JKU's Ceremony Room. Detailed information will be available soon.
Click here to learn more about the 2021 award recipients.