We are overwhelmed by the great variety of outstanding theses that were handed in for the Women’s STEM Award 2016. Thank you very much! The jury has made its choice. The winners of the Women's STEM Award have been confirmed. We congratulate!
Our overall winner
Lisa Eckey convinced with her Master Thesis: „Smart Contracts Enforced by Blockchain“ in the growth field „Cyber Security“ and achieved the overall win. The graduate student from Ruhr University Bochum will receive the winner´s prize of 3.000 €! Congratulation!
Special prize for the best international thesis
Sowmya Ravidas from Finland receives the international special prize of 500 € for her master thesis: "Incorporating Trust in Network Function Virtualization" submitted for the growth field "Networks of the Future". Our congratulations go to Aalto University in Finland!
Happy winners of the 500€ prize are
Larissa Triess in the growth field „Automotive Technologies“ with her Bachelor Thesis: “Extended Human Upper Body Detection” (Stuttgart University).
Franziska Müller in the growth field „Industry 4.0“ with her Master Thesis: “Real-Time Hand-Object Tracking Using a Single Depth Camera” (Saarland University).
Yvonne Strassner in the growth field „Digital Life“ with her Bachelor Thesis: „Strategie für die Auswahl von Regressionstestfällen für die mobile Testautomatisierung“ (Frankfurt University).
Paula Becker in the growth field „Networks of the Future“ with her Master Thesis: „Solutions for Integrated Network Management: Market Analysis, Business Models & Technical Requirements“ (Technical University Braunschweig).
Angela Baudach in the growth field „Cyber Security“ with her Bachelor Thesis: “Information Security and Information Security Awareness – Impact of Culture and Measures for Improvement”, DHBW Mannheim).