News/Press


08.06.2015

FOXSI Young Faculty member Gareth Parkinson received the prestigious START Award of the FWF Read more.


20.02.2015

Hochdotierte Förderung für Materialforschung: Zwei Spezialforschungsbereiche des FWF im Bereich der Materialwissenschaft wurden verlängert: Die erfolgreiche Forschung an funktionalen Oxid-Oberflächen (FOXSI) und an materialwissenschaftlichen Computersimulationen (VICOM) wird fortgesetzt Read more.


19.02.2015

Ein neuer Weg zu effizienterer Wasserstoffgewinnung Read more.


28.11.2014

After evaluation and a Hearing with International Experts and FWF Representatives on October 14th the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) decided to extend the SFB FOXSI by another 4 years (March 2015 - Feb 2019).


18.07.2014

Förderungspreise für Materialchemie-Projekte Read more.




05.05.2014

Gerhard Ertl Preis an Christoph Rameshan und Theodor Körner Preis an Karin Föttinger Read more.

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10.12.2013

Award for FOXSI PhD Student Lukas Mayr Read more.




25.03.2013

Reducible oxides: COST-Meeting at Vienna University of Technology. About 60+ scientists were at the COST Meeting "Reducible oxide chemistry, structure and functions" from 18.-19. April 2013 at the TU Vienna Read more.


05.04.2013

Adamson-Award for Ulrike Diebold Read more.


February 2013

Interview Chemistryreport: Prof. Rupprechter in conversation with Karl Zojer about alchemy and basic research Read more.


03.08.2012

Wiener Forscher finden starke Verknüpfung von Struktur und magnetischer Ordnung. Read more.


10.05.2012

Two members of the SFB FOXSI were elected to the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Read more.


09.05.2012

FOXSI starts the first PhD Seminar Read more.


28.02.2012

New results on CoO surfaces published in Physical Review Letters by members of the SFB. Read more.


01.02.2012

SFB FOXSI meeting of PIs (including Senior and Young Scientists)´

31.01.2012

Ulrike Diebold receives an ERC Advanced Grant.
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Highly doped EU Prize for Vienna University of Technology physicist.
Dancing molecules and an exotic point.


7.11.2011

Member of the SFB is awarded by the German Chemical Society (GDCh). Read more.


22/23.9.2011

Kickoff-Meeting of the SFB.


15.3.2011

SFB officially started.