Megan Cordill - one of the new winners of the Houzka Prize

Megan Cordill, researcher at the Erich Schmid Institute for Materials Science of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) is one of the new winners of the Houska Prize. She and her co-applicant, Christian Mitterer of Lehrstuhl für Funktionale Werkstoffe und Werkstoffsysteme were awarded the 2nd place in the category university research.
Awarded by the B&C Private Foundation, the prize, which is endowed with a total of 500,000 euros for all winners, honors outstanding achievements in applied research.


See their project "Unbreakable Flexible Electronics" at the link (auf Deutsch):