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Building Innovation Prize awarded to the next generation of engineers

On the occasion of the Industry Forum in Ulm, Germany, the Eberhard Schöck Foundation awarded the Schöck Building Innovation Prize for the fifteenth time. The prize went to graduates of RWTH Aachen, Munich Technical University, and KIT (the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology). The competition is recognized by the German Federal Foundation of Building Culture and is endowed with EUR 2,500 euros per winner.

Three winners once again honored

The many entries submitted from Germany and Austria were assessed and chosen by a jury of five from scientific and practical fields. Felicitas Schöck, as Deputy...

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