Thematic focus of the Wissen schaf[f]t Zukunft Prize (WZP) 2021:
Climate Change & Climate Justice
The WZP was awarded to the following prize winners* in the three prize categories:
Who for: Master's/diploma thesis and dissertation/PhD graduates who have written an academic thesis on the topic of climate change & climate justice with reference to Lower Austria. Funding guidelines
Pre-scientific theses or diploma theses
Victoria Kastner, Hanna Leitner, Lena Oppitz
Linda Haselböck, Christina Wiesenhofer
Who for: High school graduates of the AHS upper level or BHS who go to or have gone to school in Lower Austria. Funding guidelines
Call for Concept: a competition for ideas
Who for: Individuals or groups of individuals with an innovative and ready-to-implement project concept on the topic of climate change and climate justice that will be implemented in Lower Austria. Funding guidelines
Prize money per project:
Master and diploma theses: € 1.000,00
Dissertations and PhD: € 2.000,00
Up to three academic theses (master/diploma thesis and dissertation/PhD) will be awarded.
Pre-scientific theses or diploma theses of high school graduates: € 200,00 per author of an awarded thesis.
Up to two VWA or diploma theses will be awarded.
Call for Concept: up to € 3.000,00
One project idea will be awarded.
Mag. Bettina Pilsel
Symposium Dürnstein, Awards
Folder & Flyer
WZP 2021 Tender folder in total
WZP 2021 Tender folder English
Postcard pre-scientific thesis/diploma thesis