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The AMP is supported by the Alumni Club of the Medical University of Vienna and the Technical University of Graz. Established Austrian scientists provide aspiring scientists from Austria with guidance and experience. A new mentoring cyle has started in September. More

ASciNA, in cooperation with the BMWFW recognizes young Austrian scientists in North America, for their scientific work with the ASciNA Award. Apply now for the ASciNA Award 2016 in the categories "Young Scientists" and "Junior PI"! More


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Wolfgang Gatterbauer receives NSF Early Career Award

By Monika Trebo | April 23, 2016

The National Science Foundation recently awarded Wolfgang Gatterbauer a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award for his research proposal to develop novel methods to draw conclusions from uncertain and inconsistent data. Gatterbauer received the five-year, $550,000 award for the cross-campus project titled “Scaling approximate inference and approximation-aware learning.” News Release: http://tepper.cmu.edu/news/2016-04-06-gatterbauer-nsf-career-award
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A Brief History of the Dark Side of the Universe

By Monika Trebo | April 12, 2016

Dr. Josef Pradler hosted the Ascina Alumni Chapter Vienna and colleagues for his talk entitled "A Brief History of the Dark Side of the Universe" at the Institute of High-Energy Physics of the Austrian Academy of Sciences on April 6, 2016. MR Mag. Stephan Neuhaeuser from the Dept. for International Research Cooperation in the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy joined us for this interesting event. Josef was awarded the ASCINA Junior PI Science Award in November 2015.
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