Dr. Miriam M. Unterlass wins Phoenix Business-Award UGP CSO Dr. Miriam M. Unterlass was awarded as best Prototype-Project at the prestigous Business Award “Phoenix” The best start-ups, spin-offs and prototypes are awarded the Phoenix Prize by the Federal Ministry of Economics, Science and Research. At this year’s award ceremony gala on November 29th, a prototype of the Vienna University of Technology was among the winners. UGP materials CSO Dr. Miriam M.
Dr. Miriam M. Unterlass interviewed in austria’s quality newspaper "DerStandard" Miriam was interviewed by “DerStandard”, one of austria’s leading newspapers with a strong emphasis onto science. She was asked to explain her scientific work that provides UGP materials core technology. You can find the whole text online here. (It is in german) In case you cannot access it anymore, you can find the images of the website appended. (if you want the full pdf, look here ) As a little extra we have translated the text below for those not speaking german.
Dr. Miriam M. Unterlass interviewed in austria’s leading newspaper "DiePresse" Miriam was interviewed by “DiePresse”, one of austria’s quality newspapers, regarding her scientific work, which also provided the basics for UGP materials core business. You can find the whole text online here. (It is in german) In case you cannot access it anymore, you can find the images of the website appended. (if you want the full pdf, look here ) As a little extra we have translated the text below for those not speaking german.
START Price for Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Miriam M. Unterlass Our CSO Miriam M. Unterlass has been awarded the START Prize, the highest recognition for junior scientists in Austria, for her work developing novel synthesis of high-performance polymers, which yield enhanced material properties. The FWF START Prize recognizes outstanding contributions to different fields by young scientists and gives them substantial financial support their excellent scientific research. Research Background Organic high-performance materials, which are needed, for example, for batteries, photovoltaic systems and the filtration of exhaust gases, involve complex production processes.