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IAIK awards 6 students for their excellent research during 2017

We are proud to announce the winners of this year’s “Student Research Excellence Awards“:

  • Lukas Alber
  • David Bidner
  • Richard Fellner
  • Lukas Giner
  • Robert Primas
  • David Schaffenrath

On the photo above you can see (from left to right) Lukas Alber, Robert Primas, and David Bidner. Unfortunately, the remaining three could not attend the ceremony.

We selected these 6 students not only for their excellent work within their Bachelor Thesis project or Master Thesis project, but also for their success in publishing their results at major international conferences.

By awarding students for excellent results we not only want to express our appreciation for the work of students, but would like to encourage others to follow suit. The achievements should exemplify that it is well possible to hit extraordinary top-notch levels in research within all the ordinary course work that needs to be done to finish some curriculum.

Do you wonder how to maximize your chances to get your own Student Research Excellence Award? A good starting point for getting this award in 2018 or the year after is to start research within a Bachelor Thesis project at IAIK. Right now we put together next semester’s participants for “Bachelor@IAIK 2018“. Get out your intellectual guns and aim high.

In case you are interested in the recent history of these awards — here are some links to past events:

https://kcposch.wordpress.com/2016/12/05/the-magnificent-seven-at-iaik/

https://kcposch.wordpress.com/2015/12/01/ta-ta-ta-taa-and-the-winners-of-best-of-iaik-2015-are/

https://kcposch.wordpress.com/2014/11/26/and-the-winners-of-best-of-iaik-2014-are/

https://kcposch.wordpress.com/2013/11/27/best-of-iaik-2013-and-the-winners-are/

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“The Magnificent Seven” at IAIK

We are proud to announce the winners of this year’s “Student Research Excellence Awards“:

  • Christian Kollmann
  • Daniel Kales
  • Christian Ertler
  • Michael Schwarz
  • Moritz Lipp
  • Klaus Wagner
  • Manuel Jelinek

(on the photo above from left to right).

In addition, a special award goes to “LosFuzzys”. More on LosFuzzys will come in an extra post.

We selected these 7 students not only for their excellent work within their Bachelor Thesis project or Master Thesis project, but also for their success in publishing their results at major international conferences.

By awarding students for excellent results we not only want to express our appreciation for the work of students, but would like to encourage others to follow suit. The achievements should exemplify that it is well possible to hit extraordinary top-notch levels in research within all the ordinary course work that needs to be done to finish some curriculum.

Do you wonder how to maximize your chances to get your own Student Research Excellence Award? A good starting point for getting this award in 2017 or the year after is to start research within a Bachelor Thesis project at IAIK. Right now we put together next semester’s participants for “Bachelor@IAIK 2017“. Get out your intellectual guns and aim high.

Photo: http://patrickklampfl.at/

 

Ta-ta-ta-taa: And the winners of “Best Of IAIK 2015” are…

…Dominik Wieser, Patrick Klampfl, Johannes Feichtner, and David Bidner

The Institute for Applied Information Processing and Communications (IAIK) awards four students, or former students, respectively, for outstanding achievements during 2015.

  • The prize in the category “Best IAIK Internship 2015” goes to to Patrick Klampfl;
  • Two prizes in the category “Best IAIK Bachelor Thesis 2015” go to to David Bidner and Dominik Wieser;
  • And the prize in the category “Best IAIK Master Thesis 2015” goes to Johannes Feichtner.

The prizes were handed out to the four winners during the presentation of next semester’s suggestions for bachelor thesis projects; needless to say that the applause was roaring.

The Foundation Secure Information and Communication Technologies has donated prizes with a value of 400 Euros each.

“Best Of IAIK” has been awarded for seven years in a row. With this prize, IAIK wants to honor numerous students with excellent project results. In fact, we would like to honor all our students’ efforts to achieve their goals. Considering the high density of excellent projects each year, the jury always faces a tough job when selecting the best ones.

The prizes got selected among approximately 30 bachelor theses, a dozen master theses, and roughly a dozen internships.

Congratulations!

Thanks go to Florian Reimair for taking the photo.

Who is going to be “Best of IAIK 2015”?

As every year, we are going to award students for their excellent work at IAIK during 2015.

We hand out certificates and prizes for

– the best Bachelor Thesis,
– the best Master Thesis and
– the best Internship Project.

Join us on Tuesday, Dec. 1st, 13:00, at IAIK’s foyer, Inffeldgasse 16a, ground floor, for the award ceremony.

By awarding students, we emphasize that we care about trying to be excellent.

The ceremony will be embedded in the presentation of next year’s edition of “Bachelor@IAIK”. In case you want to know more about “Bachelor@IAIK 2016”, you should not miss our presentation on December 1st.

If you are not so inclined with future events — here are some links to past events for you:

https://kcposch.wordpress.com/2014/11/26/and-the-winners-of-best-of-iaik-2014-are/

https://kcposch.wordpress.com/2013/11/27/best-of-iaik-2013-and-the-winners-are/

And the winners of “Best Of IAIK 2014” are…

…Michael Rodler, Florian Achleitner, and Simone Griesmayr.

The Institute for Applied Information Processing and Communications (IAIK)  has awarded three students, or former students, respectively, for outstanding achievements during 2014.

  • The prize in the category “Best IAIK Internship 2014” went to Michael Rodler.
  • The prize in the category “Best IAIK Bachelor Thesis 2014” went to Simone Griesmayr.
  • And the prize in the category “Best IAIK Master Thesis 2014” went to Florian Achleitner.

The prizes were handed out to the three winners within the presentation of next semester’s suggestions for bachelor thesis projects; needless to say that the applause was roaring.

The Foundation Secure Information and Communication Technologies has donated vouchers for attending summer schools or scientific conferences with a value of 500 Euros each, and also a smart watch.

“Best Of IAIK” has been awarded for six years in a row. With this prize, IAIK wants to honor numerous students with excellent project results. In fact, we would like to honor all our students’ efforts to achieve their goals. Considering the high density of excellent projects each year, the jury always faces a tough job when selecting the best ones. In order to simplify this task, the projects of all students already on IAIK’s payroll are not eligible for the contest. The prizes got selected among 30 bachelor theses, approx. 20 master theses, and roughly a dozen internships.

Congratulations to this year’s winners of “Best Of IAIK”.