Young Talents

The Award Winners

Highly-qualified young scientists are a prerequisite for sustainably securing research competence and innovation capability in Germany and Europe. Well-qualified scientists are needed both for activities within the academic world and for employment in industry. It is not easy to establish oneself as a scientist or industry expert in a particular field of research. With the Hans Dinger Prize, we would like to encourage prospective engineers to continue on their path with determination.

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Award Ceremony at the FVV 2018 Autumn Conference in Würzburg on 27th September

The Hans Dinger Prize was awarded for the 7th time this year. The first three prizes were awarded for outstanding scientific work in the research fields of »development tools« and »materials« in the turbomachinery research area and »fuels« in the research area of internal combustion engines. The award winners were academically trained and qualified at the universities of Aachen and Braunschweig and honoured at the FVV Autumn Conference in Würzburg.

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Award Ceremony at the FVV 2016 Autumn Conference in Magdeburg

The Hans Dinger Prize was awarded for the 6th time in 2016. The first three prize winners were awarded for outstanding scientific work in the research fields of »emissions reduction« in the engines research area and »development tools« in the research area of turbomachinery. The award winners were academically trained and qualified at the universities of Aachen, Hannover and Stuttgart and honoured at the FVV Autumn Conference in Magdeburg.

Project Management

Stefanie Jost-Köstering

FVV
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