Scholarships of the Austrian Academy of Sciences for Salzburg Students

Three doctoral students from the University of Salzburg receive scholarships from the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). The festive ceremony took place on the 9th of June in the ÖAW Festival in Vienna.

Drei Studierende der Universität Salzburg erhalten ein Stipendium der ÖAW: 

Michael Huemer, Mental Files Theory of Cognitive Development: How Children Represent Identity, Belief and its Intensionality, Fachbereich Psychologie [DOC]

Martin Lindner, Petrogenesis of the Freistadt Granodiorite pluton, Southern Bohemian Massif, Fachbereich Chemie und Physik der Materialien [DOC]

Julia Anna Schön, Heiligkeit administrieren. Die Interessen und Unternehmungen des Stiftes Klosterneuburg und der Habsburger rund um die Heiligsprechung des Babenbergers Leopold III, Fachbereich Geschichte [DOC-team]

Die ausgezeichneten Projekte der StipendiatInnen werden in einer Posterausstellung vom 9. bis zum 14. Juni 2017 in der Aula der ÖAW präsentiert. 

Fotos von der Stipendienverleihung finden Sie in den Fotogalerien.

Foto: Julia Anna Schön - Bild: Elia Zilberberg

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Mag. Gudrun Riegler

FB Chemie und Physik der Materialien

Universität Salzburg

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Tel: +43-662-8044-6237

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