Earlier calls

Science for Creative Industries 2006

"Five Senses"

The call was open for research from all scientific fields with two requirments fullfilled. Firstly, the core of the project must be research on one (or more) of the five senses. Secondly, the projects need to have a close relationship to the creative industries in Vienna, thus materialising the mid-term economic perspective. 

 

Funding volume: 3.397.600 €
Number of applications: 34
Awarding procdure: Selection by international expert panel based on review report by peers
Jury meeting: September 29-30, 2006
Formal decision by WWTF Board of Directors: October 10, 2006

Members of the call jury: 
Dervilla  Donnelly, (jury chair) | University College Dublin, IR
Christopher Csikszentmihályi | MIT Media Lab, US
Hanns Hatt | Ruhr-Universität Bochum, DE
Dorothee Kimmich | University of Tübingen, DE
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann | University of Geneva, CH
Michael Müller | University of Bremen, DE
Janet Ritterman | Royal College of Music, UK
Sonali  Shah | University of Washington, US
Hervé This | Collège de France, FR
Walther Ch.  Zimmerli | AutoUni Wolfsburg, DE

Funded projects

Science for Creative Industries 2003

The call was open for research from all scientific fields.The projects need to have a close relationship to the creative industries in Vienna, thus materialising the mid-term economic perspective. 

 

Funding volume: 3.000.000 €
Number of applications: 50
Awarding procdure: Selection by international expert panel based on review report by peers
Jury meeting: March 17-18, 2004
Formal decision by WWTF Board of Directors: March 29, 2004

Members of the call jury: 
Haim Harari, (jury chair) | Weizmann Institute, IL
Aleida Assmann | University of Konstanz, DE
Hannes Leo | WIFO, AT
Thomas Macho | Humboldt University Berlin, DE
Gottfried Magerl | Vienna University of Technology, AT
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann | University of Geneva, CH
Gunther Maier | Vienna University of Economics and Business, AT
Franz Römer | University of Vienna, AT
Arnold Schmidt | Vienna University of Technology, AT
Eleanor Selfridge-Field | Stanford University, US

Funded projects

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