Thomas Buocz has received a Marietta Blau-Grant from the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research for optimising his PhD thesis abroad. Starting in September 2019, he will spend one semester each at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, and at the ESADE Ramon Llull University in Barcelona, Spain, to work on his dissertation thesis "Binary Categories as a Challenge for Innovation Law". The Marietta Blau-Grant was founded in 2009 to support excellent early-stage researchers by funding a research stay abroad that is relevant to their respective thesis. The Institute of Law congratulates him!

The Marietta Blau-Grant offers financial support for six- to twelve-month study periods abroad for doctoral or PhD students of Austrian universities. It serves to optimise their dissertations. Junior researchers are the main target group.

Supported by the Marietta Blau-Grant, Thomas Buocz will spend one semester each at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, and at the ESADE Ramon Llull University in Barcelona, Spain, to optimise his PhD thesis on "Binary Categories as a Challenge for Innovation Law".

Further information on the Marietta Blau-Grant is available on the OeAD's website.

Further information on Thomas Buocz's dissertation is available here on our website.

 


15.07.2019