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Innovation Award

Innovation Award 2018

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Will, SAOT Co-Coordinator, closed the 2018 YRA ceremony with the presentation of the SAOT Innovation Award. This award opens the possibility to a SAOT doctoral candidate to work on a highly innovative idea by giving a prize money of 20,000 €. SAOT’s winner of this year’s Innovation Award is Peter Fendt for his idea on „Development of an echelle spectrograph linked to a digital micromirror device for multispecies and multiparameter high-resolution and high-speed absorption spectroscopy“.

Innovation Award 2016

Dr. Bräuer, the SAOT Director of Administration, closed the 2016 YRA ceremony with the presentation of the SAOT Innovation Award. This award opens the possibility to a SAOT doctoral candidate to work on a highly innovative idea by receiving a prize money of € 20,000. SAOT’s winner of this year’s Innovation Award is Maximilian Rumler for his idea on „Nano-Direct Laser Writing: Bridging the Gap between micro- and nanofabrication“. At the end of the ceremony this year’s winner of the SAOT Video Competition was shown: “Printed Dielectric Mirrors for Organic Electronics” by Carina Bronnbauer.

Innovation Award 2015

Dr. Bräuer, the SAOT Director of Administration, closed the 2015 YRA ceremony with the presentation of the SAOT Innovation Award. This award opens the possibility to a SAOT doctoral candidate to work on a highly innovative idea by giving a prize money of 20,000 €. SAOT’s winner of this year’s Innovation Award is Gerhard Schunk for his idea on „Whispering-Gallery Type Wavemeter“.

Innovation Award 2014

Dr.-Ing. Andreas Bräuer closed the 2014 YRA ceremony with the presentation of the SAOT Innovation Award, bestowed for the second time. In 2014 Thomas Werblinski received the prize money of € 20.000 to work on his idea “High Speed Broadband Cavity Enhanced Spectroscopy Based on Supercontinuum Radiation and a Ultra-Fast Line Camera”.

Innovation Award 2013

Dr. Bräuer, the SAOT Director of Administration, closed the 2013 YRA ceremony with the first-time presentation of the SAOT Innovation Award. This award opens the possibility to a SAOT doctoral candidate to work on a highly innovative idea by giving a prize money of 20,000 €. SAOT’s first winner of the Innovation Award is Felix Tenner for his idea on „Optical Tremor Analysis for Rehabilitation and Performance Measures“.