(The award ceremony took place on November 5, 2021
in the ceremony hall of TUG)


Laureates 2019


DI Dr. Kellermayr Georg (1. Prize):

„Internal engine optimisation on passenger car diesel engines with
 regard to future CO2-limits and emission legislation“


DI Dr. Schacht Hans-Jürgen (2. Prize):

„Design and Investigation of a Novel Electric Drivetrain with ICE-Support
 for a Two-Wheeler City-Vehicle“


DI Dr. Zinner Christian (2. Prize):

„Downsizing of 4-stroke high speed engines in recreation vehicles“


DI Lohnauer Lukas (3. Prize):

„Influence of attachments and environmental conditions on Real Drive
 Emission results“


Laureates 2020


DI Dr. Weller Konstantin (1. Prize):

„Emission models for heavy duty vehicles based on on-road measurements“


DI Dr. Granitz Christina (2. Prize):

„Alternative architecture of auxiliaries for increasing the efficiency
 of a heavy-duty diesel engine“


DI Present Stefan (3. Prize):

„Development of a generic hybrid strategy for emission simulation“



Hans List Fond


In memory of Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hans List, founder of AVL List GmbH, Hans List Fonds was launched in occasion of his 100th birthday. AVL is the world's largest independent company for the development, simulation and testing technology of powertrains (hybrid, combustion engines, transmissions, electric motors, batteries and software) for passenger cars, trucks and large engines.

To encourage students and graduates of Styrian universities, every year "Hans List Fonds" awards 6 scholarships to outstanding students. In particular, innovative master theses and dissertations in the field of internal combustion engines development and drive technology and related fields will be considered. Four scholarships amounting to 5,000 € for dissertations and two scholarships amounting to 3,000 € for master theses will be awarded. The total value of the scholarships is 26,000 €.

Laureates 2020/21

Doctoral theses:


"Hydrogen-powered vehicles in Non-Road Environments“


Dr. Stefan JANDL:

"Influence of alternative renewable fuels on non-automotive high-performance engines“


WKO Research scholarship

Since the academic year 2013/2014, the WKO Styria has been awarding 20 research scholarships per year for diploma/master theses that address issues of particular relevance to the Styrian economy (e.g., in the fields of metal, construction, installations, health, energy or economics). The special feature: Not existing scientific work is awarded, but the creation of business-related diploma/master's theses is encouraged.

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Master thesis:

Thomas ELLER:

“Influence of high and low pressure exhaust gas recirculation on the
 hydrogen combustion engine”