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This Year’s Research Fest 2019 Award Winners
Last week on May 24, 2019 the Research Fest of TUM School of Management took place. During the Research Fest, all academic departments have the opportunity to present their current research projects in a poster exhibition and win the “Best Poster Award”.
The Best Poster Award even comes with a prize, kindly donated by TUM Management Alumni e.V. The first place received 2,000 €; the second 1,000 €; and the third, 500 €.
This year’s winner of the “Best Poster Award 2019” is Gerhard Hiermann, who presented a poster on the research topic “Towards Sustainable City Logistics via Access Restrictions”. Daniel Bias, Claudia Guagliano, Martin Haferkorn, Michael Haimann and Prof. Christoph Kaserer took second place with their poster “Mutual Funds and Derivatives: Evidence from Linked Fund-Trade Data”. Dr. Irina Dolgopolova and Prof. Jutta Roosen were placed third with their research poster on the topic “SEE WHAT YOU EAT: Fast-food Choices of Young Adults in an Experiment with Dynamic Feedback”.
On top of that, the TUM School of Management “Supervisory Award 2019” was awarded. Every doctoral candidate who is a member of the TUM Graduate School had the chance to nominate his or her supervisor for this award. There were 9 nominations for this year’s TUM School of Management Supervisory Award 2019, 2 female and 7 male candidates. Those who were particularly convincing in the categories of a high scientific standard in the supervision and in courses for doctoral candidates, regular and intensive research meetings, the support for international research stays and conferences as well as an active support while developing the research question, were chosen to win the award. The awards and respective certificates were handed over by the doctoral representative Christoph Gschnaidtner to this year’s winners Prof. Jürgen Ernstberger, Prof. Oliver Alexy and Prof. Sebastian Schwenen.
On behalf of TUM School of Management, we would like to congratulate all winners.
Image: © Andreas Heddergott / TUM
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