Bolzano Award

The 29th annual Bolzano Award

Charles University rector launches the 29th Bolzano Award competition on 1 May 2022.


Bolzano Award is to be granted in three categories as follows: humanities including theology, natural sciences and biomedicine.

Only theses completed (defended and/or published) in the academic year 2021/2022 may be submitted. The same thesis may not be submitted repeatedly.


How to enter

The rules for awarding the Bolzano Prize are governed by the The Statute of Awards to be Granted to Students and Graduates of Charles University. An application can be filed through the SIS, specifically through the Awards module in SIS4.

Application deadline is 31 October 2022.


Contact:

Kateřina Hovorková



Recipients of the 28th annual Bolzano Award

In the category of sciences:

  • Mgr. Ivana Víšová, Ph.D., Faculty of Mathematics and Physics

    „The study on interactions of functional surfaces with biological systems“


In the category of biomedicine:

  • Mgr. Kateřina Kreisingerová, Ph.D., First Faculty of Medicine

    „Molecular mechanisms of tumor pathogenesis of Hedgehog signaling pathway in selected tumor types“


In the category of social sciences including the theological departments:

  • JUDr. Bc. Lukáš Hrdlička, Ph.D., Faculty of Law

    „Hybrid Mismatches After the ATAD Theoretical Aspects of International Cooperation in Tax Matters“




Recipients of the 27th annual Bolzano Award

In the category of sciences:

  • RNDr. Johana Rotterová, Ph.D., Faculty of Sciences

    “Anaerobic ciliates as a model group for studying the biodiversity and symbioses in anoxic environments”


In the category of biomedicine:

  • Mgr. et Mgr. Anna Přistoupilová, Ph.D., First Faculty of Medicine

    "Genome analysis techniques and their applications in elucidation of molecular underpinnings of rare genetic diseases."

    Dr. Přistoupilová’s work examined new methods of genome analysis for identifying disease-causing genes in rare illnesses.


In the category of social sciences including the theological departments:

  • Mgr. et Mgr. Martin Odler, Ph.D., Faculty of Arts

    “The Social Context of Copper in Ancient Egypt down to the end of Middle Kingdom”



Recipients of the 26th annual Bolzano Award

In the category of sciences:

  • RNDr. Markéta Bocková, Ph.D., Faculty of Mathematics and Physics

    “Multifunctional biomolecular assemblies for parallelized analysis of biomolecular interactions”


In the category of biomedicine:

  • MUDr. Michal Vočka, Ph.D., First Faculty of Medicine

    "Analysis of prognostic features in patients with breast cancer and colorectal cancer."

    Dr. Vočka’s work focused on prognostic markers related to breast and colorectal cancers.


In the category of social sciences including the theological departments:

  • Mgr. Petr Prášek, Ph.D., Faculty of Arts

    “Le devenir-autre de l'existence. Essai sur la phénoménologie contemporaine”

    Dr. Prášek’s work was an essay on contemporary phenomenology and existence.



Congratulations.




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