Credit: David Jordan

Next week Hannes Pichler will be awarded the Ignaz L. Lieben Prize in Vienna for his groundbreaking work in the field of quantum many-body physics and quantum information science. This oldest research prize of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) is endowed with 36,000 US dollars.

Image: ÖAW/Elia Zilberberg

The interactive online platform atominnen.at, established by Francesca Ferlaino together with colleagues at IQOQI Innsbruck, wants to strengthen the role of women in science and research. The new support network was presented yesterday at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna in the run-up to World Quantum Day and in the presence of Women's Affairs Minister Susanne Raab.

Award winner Sofiene Jerbi

The theoretical physicist Sofiene Jerbi of Hans Briegel’s research group at the Department for Theoretical Physics at the University of Innsbruck has been awarded the IQOQI Dissertation Prize 2023. This year also marks the 10th anniversary of the prize. Endowed with 1,000 euros, it is awarded as a recognition of young researchers for their outstanding scientific achievements in the field of quantum physics. We warmly congratulate Mr. Jerbi on this success!

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Quantum physicist Peter Zoller received the Tyrolean Decoration of Honor at the Hofburg in Innsbruck on Tuesday. 13 personalities were honored for their outstanding achievements. The award was presented by Tyrolean Governor Anton Mattle and his South Tyrolean counterpart Arno Kompatscher.

Vice-Rector Bernhard Fügenschuh and the President of the Foundation Konrad Bergmeister congratulated Hannes Pichler and Francesca Ferlaino.

Experimental physicist Francesca Ferlaino and quantum theorist Hannes Pichler received research prizes from the Südtiroler Sparkasse Foundation on Wednesday for their current work. The award ceremony took place in the auditorium of the University of Innsbruck.

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