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ABB has created an award to honor and support outstanding post-doctoral research

The award is USD 300 000. The application deadline is January 31, 2016.

The ABB Research Award in Honor of Hubertus von Grünberg offers a competitive $300,000 grant for postdoctoral research that makes creative use of software, electronics and/or new materials, to pave the way for groundbreaking industrial solutions.

The award, named for former ABB Chairman Hubertus von Gruenberg, is open to PhD graduates from any university or research institution specializing in research in power or automation. The award will be presented for the first time in 2016. Subsequent awards will be given out every three years.

The application deadline for the first award is January 31, 2016.

For information about the award, please go to http://new.abb.com/hvg-award.

Applications and supporting documents should be sent to:

Office of the Chief Technology  Officer
ABB Technology Ltd. Affolternstrasse 44
CH-8050 Zurich Switzerland

E-Mail: [email protected]

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