March 2018 - Poster Award for Florian Hartmann at the International Winterschool on Bioelectronics (BioEl 2018).
In his poster, Florian presents a group of biodegradable elastomers that are used as a platform for transient electronics and degradable robots.
December 2017 - "DEIS Graduate Student Fellowship" for Florian Hartmann
The IEEE DEIS Fellowship Award of $5000 is annually awarded to further graduate education in the areas of electrical insulation and dielectric phenomena, Florian was selected for the topic "Dielectric Separators for a New Generation of Stretchable Batteries".
High distinction for Martin Kaltenbrunner : he was awarded an ERC Starting Grant of the European Research Council with a funding of 1,5 million Euro.
May 2017 - Houska
Recognition Award for the team of Reinhard Schwödiauer
Paper sensors for wood, hygiene and medical systems - A project with partners from the Wood K-Plus (Dr. Uwe Müller) und SCIO-Holding GmbH (DI Franz Padinger) was awarded with the Houska Recognition Award of the B&C Industrie Holding . Printed paper sensors are designed to fit directly in between a wood glue joint to monitor the curing of water-based adhesives in the course of the drying and crosslinking process.
November 2016 - Melanie Baumgartner is award winner of the Dr. Maria Schaumayer Foundation
Melanie Baumgartner was awarded with an award of the Dr. Maria Schaumayer Foundation for her master thesis on "bio-degradable organic electronics".
November 2016 - “Only those who fail can progress”
Siegfried Bauer talks about thinking outside the box and “old guys” on SCILOG
November 2016 - "DEIS Graduate Student Fellowship" for Robert Pichler
The fellowship is awarded to IEEE DEIS members pursuing graduate research in the area of insulating materials. Robert is one of the doctoral students worldwide who received the award for his research topic "Dielectric Elastomers for Energy Harvesting in Aqueous Environment".
October 2016 - Melanie Baumgartner is the recipient of VDI award
Melanie Baumgartner was awarded by the VDI (Association of German Engineers) for her master thesis on "bio-degradable organic electronics".
February 2016 - The Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, (ORF) highlights our work on the Lego ensile tester
January 2016 - Siegfried Bauer was appointed an IEEE Fellow for his "contributions to the understanding and application of electroactive polymer dielectrics".
IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for select IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest are deemed fitting of this prestigious grade elevation.