Open Science Award 2023

Prize: Awards of the University of Luebeck

General Description

The Open Science award of the University of Luebeck aims at making Open Science better known and at promote open science with all its fields and topics within the university.

For the second time, an award was presented for high-caliber publications in the field of "Open Science". The Open Science Prize for students and young scientists 2023 was awarded to Christoph Großbröhmer M. Sc. and Prof. Dr. Mattias Heinrich from the Institute of Medical Informatics, Dr. rer. nat. Lasse Hansen, formerly of the Institute of Medical Informatics (or EchoScout GmbH) and Dr. Alessa Hering from Fraunhofer MEVIS for their joint work "Learn2Reg: Open Science in Medical Image Registration".

Individuals or groups with an affiliation to the University of Lübeck or the University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Campus Lübeck are eligible for the award. The object of submission is a scientific project that has excelled in the areas of transparency, reproducibility, reusability, and open communication and has gone beyond the standards of the respective field or has created means to raise these standards or make them more easily achievable. In addition to scientific publications in journals, this may also include preprints, theses, software, teaching materials, infrastructure projects, or the like. The date of publication (for theses submission) should not have been before January 01, 2020. The prize winners will be selected by a jury consisting of scientific staff (professors, postdocs, PhD students) of the University of Lübeck and UKSH and representatives of the student body.

The prize is endowed with 1.000€.
Degree of recognitionRegional
Granting OrganisationsUniversity of Luebeck

Research Area or Academic Center

  • Centers: Center for Artificial Intelligence Luebeck (ZKIL)