Start-Preis

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The Start-Preis is the highest Austrian award for scientists under the age of 35.

It is awarded once per year by the Austrian Science Fund on behalf of the Austrian Ministry for Science. It is endowed with up to 1.2 million Euro for a proposed research project for six years.

The recipients are selected by an international jury of experts. The same jury also selects the recipients of the related Wittgenstein-Preis.

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1996: Christian Koeberl, Ferenc Krausz, Ulrich Schmid, Peter Szmolyan, Karl Unterrainer, Harald Weinfurter, Gerhard J. Woeginger, Jakob Woisetschläger

1997: Gerhard Holzapfel, Bernhard Palme, Michael Schmid

1998: Peter Grabner, Gottfried Kirchengast, Rudolf Valenta, Gerhard Widmer

1999: Christoph Marschner, Norbert Mauser, Otmar Scherzer, Thomas Schrefl, Christoph Spötl, Joseph Strauss

2000: Thomas Brabec, Susanne Kalss, Dietrich Leibfried, Herbert Strobl, Bernhard Tilg

2001: Markus Arndt, Michael Buchmeiser, Wolfgang Drexler, Wilfried Ellmeier, Clemens Sedmak

2002: Wolfgang Heiss, Michael Jursa, Georg Schett, Dieter Schmalstieg, Joachim Schöberl

2003: Georg Kresse, Hanns-Christoph Nägerl, Andreas Villunger

2004: Thomas Bachner, Michael Kunzinger, Vassil Palankovski, Thomas Prohaska, Gerhard Schütz

2005: Michael Hintermüller, Matthias Horn, Andrea Lusser, Michael Moser, Norbert Zimmermann

2006: Hartmut Häffner, Norbert Polacek, Piet Schmidt, Josef Teichmann, Gerald Teschl

2007: Kathrin Breuker, Thomas Bugnyar, Otfried Gühne, Bernhard Lamel, Thomas Lörting, Paul Mayrhofer, Sigrid Wadauer, Thomas Wallnig

2008: Markus Aspelmeyer, Tom J. Battin, Massimo Fornasier, Daniel Grumiller, Alexander Kendl, Karel Riha, Kristin Tessmar-Raible, Christina Waldsich

2009: Francesca Ferlaino, Ilse Fischer, Arthur Kaser, Manuel Kauers, Thorsten Schumm, David Teis

2010: Julius Brennecke, Barbara Horejs, Barbara Kraus, Melanie Malzahn, Florian Schreck, Bojan Zagrovic

2011: Peter Balazs, Agata Ciabattoni, Sebastian Diehl, Alwin Köhler, Thomas Müller, Peter Rabl, Michael Sixt, Philip Walther

2012: Julia Budka, Kaan Boztug, Alexander Dammermann, Jürgen Hauer, Michael Kirchler, Sofia Kantorovich, Michael Kirchler, Franz Schuster

2013: Stefan L. Ameres, Notburga Gierlinger, Clemens Heitzinger, Georgios Katsaros, David A. Keays, Ovidiu Paun, Thomas Pock, Paolo Sartori, Stefan Woltran

2014: Bettina Bader, Mathias Beiglböck, Karin Schnass, René Thiemann, Sigrid Neuhauser, Alexander Grüneis, Markus Aichhorn, Manuel Schabus

2015: Christoph Aistleitner, Ivona Brandic, Marcus Huber, Peter Lanyon, Gareth Parkinson, Rupert Seidl, Kristina Stöckl, Caroline Uhler

2016: Christopher Campbell, Felix Höflmayer, Nikolai Kiesel, Tracy Northup, Michael Eichmair, Harald Grobner[1]

2017: Hannes Fellner, Claudine Kraft, Wolfgang Lechner, Vera Fischer, Miriam Unterlass, Andrea Pauli

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