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Vienna young Scientists Symposium

13.-14. Juni 2019


Rückblick 2019:

Proceedings VSS 2019


Rückblick 2018:

Proceedings VSS 2018


Rückblick 2017:

Proceedings VSS 2017


Rückblick 2016:

Proceedings VSS 2016



Call for Extended Abstracts

The Vienna young Scientists Symposium (VSS), which takes place on June 13-14, 2019 for the fifth time, is an innovative platform for the professional exchange of knowledge between young researchers of TU Wien beyond the borders of institutes and faculties. Young scientists are going to present their research activities in presentations, poster sessions and exhibits in an interdisciplinary comprehensive way during the symposium. The following four fields are the focus of the VSS 2019:

  • Catalysis
  • Engineering in Medicine
  • Fundamental Reserach
  • Architecture & Urban Planning

All scientific staff and students of TU Vienna are cordially invited to participate in this event as speakers. Please submit a two page Extended Abstract (in English language), independently of your level of research by March 4, 2019, if your research is linked to one of the four fields mentioned above. Templates for LaTeX and Microsoft Word are available on under Extended Abstract. Please cover the following points in your abstract:

  • Idea and motivation of your research
  • Summary of your research
  • Interfacing areas between your research and the research fields of your group / institute / scientific community
  • Results
  • Outlook to expected results

All abstracts will be peer-reviewed by professors from the respective research field. The reviewers decide, if the work is presented as a 15 minute talk or a 5 minute talk which includes a poster or exhibit. All accepted abstracts are collected and published in a proceedings book of abstracts. More information and important dates can be found on this website.

The participation is free of charge for all speakers and guests.
The organisation team is looking forward to many submissions and participants.