Dr. Anna Mazzinghi about her ZKS/MINIARE Fellowship at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Joining the MINIARE project has been an incomparable working experience, which gave me the unique opportunity to handle and analyse precious manuscripts in Cambridge and in Venice. Being part of a research team with Dr Paola Ricciardi and Dr Stella Panayotova has been not only highly stimulating, but also a powerful training in the field of Heritage Science. Not only I have improved my analytical skills with new methods and extended my knowledge on painting materials and techniques, but above all I learnt to work in a highly scientific and multidisciplinary approach, an expertise I will always bring along in my future jobs. I am deeply grateful to the Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation for this exceptional opportunity.’

Dr Anna Mazzinghi

The ZKS/SAGG Award and ZKS/Walter Haug Grant Distribution Took Place this Afternoon at the SAGG’s Annual Meeting at University of Lausanne, Dorigny

The ZKS/SAGG Award 2018 goes to Dr. Kathrin Chlench-Priber, Universität Bern, for her habilitation: “Die Gebete Johanns von Neumarkt und die deutschsprachige Gebetbuchkultur des Spätmittelalters” (Bern 2017). The ZKS/Walter Haug grant goes to: MA Irmgard Fuchs , Universität Zürich for a Research stay at Universität Utrecht for her dissertation project: “Tierische ‘Treue’ und ‘Ehre’ im Wandel”.

Congratulations to Dr. Kathrin Chlench-Priber and MA Irmgard Fuchs!


This year’s laureate of the ZKS/EPFL Award: Dr. Ibrahim Dar


Dr. Ibrahim Dar

Dr. Ibrahim Dar

The ZKS/EPFL Award 2018 goes to Dr. Ibrahim Dar, Advanced SNSF Fellow at University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory and Scientist at EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) Perovskite Solar Cells, for his research work:

 <Understanding the Structural,  Morphological and Photophysical Properties of  Materials for  Their Application in Solar Cells>

Our sincere congratulations for his achievement!