Two highly endowed ERC Consolidator Grants have been awarded to TU Wien this year: to the chemist Noelia Barrabés and the mathematician Michael Feischl.
The ERC Consolidator Grants of the European Research Council are among the most prestigious and highly endowed grants in the European research landscape. TU Wien has two reasons to celebrate in this year’s funding round. The chemist Noelia Barrabés and the mathematician Michael Feischl have each been awarded an ERC grant. Read more about the two research projects here:
Noelia Barrabés: The chemistry of mirror Michael Feischl: High precision, maximum speed Michael Feischl is investigating how to achieve maximum precision in complicated computing tasks with minimal computer effort.
ERC grants for Noelia Barrabés and Michael Feischl