The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung has initiated two new funding projects in the context of its support of research and teaching in branches of the engineering sciences. At the University of Koblenz-Landau and the Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, a University of Resources, the foundation is supporting the research of three female students and one male student with doctoral scholarships. They are addressing the development of refractory materials as well as binding agents in high-temperature applications.
In Munich, the seat of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, the foundation is also introducing a new large project. At the Technical University of Munich, the foundation will award thirty Deutschlandstipendien for the first time in October 2018. The Deutschlandstipendium is a Germany-wide program for talented students, which is financed fifty-fifty by private supporters and the federal government. Two-thirds of the scholarships are intended for courses of study in Chemical Engineering (B.Sc. + M.Sc.), Engineering Science (B.Sc.), and Mechanical Engineering and Management (M.Sc.). The other ten scholarships are not tied to any particular courses of study; they will be awarded to students in other courses.
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