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02/15/18
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Audi Environmental Foundation supports young researchers: award for contributions to resource management

Audi Environmental Foundation supports young researchers: award for contributions to resource management
Rüdiger Recknagel, Chief Executive of Audi Environmental Foundation of the Audi Environmental Foundation, (left) and Dean Michael Suda, TUMs Dean of Academic Affairs for Sustainable Resource Management, (right) congratulate the two winners Daniela Angelova (2nd from the left) and Diana Young (2nd from the right).
  • Sustainable Resource Management Award in recognition of theses on environmental protection and sustainability
  • Prizewinners research into urban development and ideas for efficient biogas plants
  • Rüdiger Recknagel, Chief Executive of Audi Environmental Foundation: “Careful use of resources can have a big impact” 

The Audi Environmental Foundation and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have recognized the master’s degree theses of two young scientists with the “Sustainable Resource Management Award.” The SRM Award brings prize money of 1,500 euros and has been awarded to TUM graduates of the Sustainable Resource Management course of study for the seventh time. It particularly recognizes environmentally friendly and sustainable ideas. Prizewinner Daniela Angelova developed concepts for future-oriented urban development and Diana Young developed approaches for more efficient biogas plants.

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