News & events

We had previously announced you the event surrounding the awarding of the Wilhelm Exner Medals in 2020 and now 2021 normaly planed for the end of November. Unfortunately the event had to be postponed due to the covid pandemic. It will hopefully take place friction-free in May 17th & 18th, 2022 with Luisa Torsi SiMBiT's coordinator as a speaker ! 

To register please visit the Exner website : 


 Luisa Torsi, Project coordinator of SiMBiT project and laureate from 2020 of the Exner Medal 2021, will be present the 23rd and 24th of November at the Exner lectures next to Katalin Kariko and EDward S. Boyden followed by the award ceremony in Vienna’s Palais Eschenbach. 

In the 100th anniversary of the creation of the medal, two outstanding female researchers will be honoured for their discoveries that changed society and the economy. 

Save the date Exner Lectures 2021

We are so proud that SiMBiT project coordinator Luisa Torsi has been named to receive the WILHELM EXNER MEDALS 2021 at the award ceremony on 24 November 2021 in Vienna. She will be honoured for her discoveries and her work at the lead of one of the fastest growing research directions in organic electronics.

The Wilhelm Exner Medal delivered by the Austrian Trade Association honored selected researchers whose discoveries have directly or indirectly promoted the economy in an outstanding way. 

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We are very proud of the ongoing work we have done and available online, offering the first ever single molecule detection of genomic and proteomic markers with the same platform SiMBiT for early detection of pancreatic cancer.

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We are pleased that SiMBiT project partner Dr May Wheeler from FlexEnable will present FlexEnable and SiMBiT activities at the 7th "annual Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference" innoLAE. She will give a talk on ‘High-performance materials and processes optimised for flexible displays and other OTFT applications’ on Thursday 25 February in the “applications” section.

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