34th Epilog – Celebrating Excellence
After a long period of online ceremonies, the floor is open again for our students – Join us to honor the most excellent graduates, this time: in real life!
TU Wien, Campus Getreidemarkt
1060 Vienna, Getreidemarkt 9
Bauteil BA (Hoftrakt), 11. Stock, Raum BA11B07
This semester’s best of the best are at the ready! Join us for the summer Epilog 2022, with the faculty’s most outstanding master students competing for the Distinguished Young Alumn Award, the awarding of the prestigious Bachelor with Honors certificates and the Best Poster Award winner.
Moderation by professor Stefan Woltran, Head of the Research Unit Databases and AI and Co-Head of the Center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (CAIML).
17:00 Welcome Address: Dean of TU Wien Informatics Gerti Kappel
17:15 Distinguished Young Alumn Award – Presentations: Alexander Dobler, Stephan Felber, Caroline Magg, and Andreas Schweidler
18:15 Awarding of the Bachelor with Honors Certificates: Hilda Tellioglu
18:45 Awarding of the Best Poster Award: Stefan Woltran
18:50 Announcement of the Distinguished Young Alumn Award Winner: Margrit Gelautz
Afterward, join us for a reception to celebrate our outstanding students with drinks and refreshments.
Established in 2005, the Epilog forms the centerpiece of our activities to highlight student talent. Held every semester, it provides the festive setting to present promising, outstanding students and their curricular achievements to the faculty and the public. It is the occasion on which a select group of candidates presents their master thesis in a 10-minute talk in front of an audience to convince the jury of their outstanding scholarship. Besides the Distinguished Young Alumn award, faculty members cast their vote for the Best Poster Award.
Since 2014, it also serves as the platform to award our best female students with the Siemens Award for Excellence (in the winter term only). And in 2019 we introduced the certification of Bachelor with Honors graduates to the event. Time and again, leaders from industry or internationally renowned researchers—such as Kurt Hofstädter (Siemens) or Daniela Nicklas (University of Bamberg)—give inspiring keynotes on current topics.
The event is open to the public, but first and foremost, it is a token of our dedication to and appreciation of our amazing students.