TU Wien Informatics

Best Poster Award

Visualizing the complexity of research in a limited space is a challenging endeavor. That’s why we recognize our students’ best posters with an award.

A good poster captures the attention of a viewer and informs them about the significance of its content.
A good poster captures the attention of a viewer and informs them about the significance of its content.
Picture: Amélie Chapalain / TU Wien Informatics

The Award

As part of their masters thesis as well as a training for conferences, our students visualize their research and results in a scientific poster. Supervisors are invited to submit eligible candidates. The submitted posters are presented to all members of TU Wien Informatics who then cast their vote.

Voters evaluate the candidates’ posters against a set of criteria, including the overall impression and message, adequacy of presentation of the topic (i.e. problem/motivation, method/procedure, results, and their respective evaluation), readability, flow of reading, orthography, and layout and design (text to image ratio, proportions, balance, scale, line, color, texture, shape, etc.).

The award is endowed with €500 and presented at the biannual Epilog.

Best Poster Awardees

Summer 2021

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Winter 2020

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Summer 2020

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Winter 2019

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Summer 2019

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Winter 2018

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Summer 2018

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Winter 2017

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Summer 2017

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Winter 2016

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Summer 2016

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Winter 2015

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Summer 2015

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Winter 2014

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Summer 2014

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Winter 2013

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Summer 2013

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Winter 2012

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Summer 2012

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Winter 2011

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Summer 2011

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Winter 2010

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Summer 2010

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Winter 2009

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Summer 2009

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Winter 2008

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  • Melanie Fraunschiel: Biomechanische Schlaganalyse im Kyokushin-Karate / Supervisor: Winfried Mayr / Research Unit: Medical University of Vienna

Summer 2008

Winter 2007

Summer 2007

Winter 2006

Summer 2006

Winter 2005