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University of Basel

Amerbach Prize

The Amerbach Prize is awarded by the University of Basel annually to young academics for outstanding research.

The Amerbach Prize consists of a medal and a cash amount of 5000 Swiss francs. The prize winners are determined in turns by the faculties.

Year
Faculty
Winner
Year

2016

Faculty

Faculty of Theology

Winner

Nesina Grütter

Year

2015

Faculty

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Winner

Ridvan Askin

Year

2014

Faculty

Faculty of Medicine

Winner

Patrick Gubser

Year

2013

Faculty

Faculty of Psychology

Winner

Benjamin Scheibehenne

Year

2012

Faculty

Faculty of Science

Winner

Philipp Engel

Year

2011

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Economics

Winner

Stefan Csordás

Year

2010

Faculty

Faculty of Law

Winner

Claudius Gelzer

Year

2009

Faculty

Faculty of Theology

Winner

Kim Apel

Year

2008

Faculty

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Winner

Luzius Müller

Year

2007

Faculty

Faculty of Medicine

Winner

Meret Gutmann-Grün

Year

2006

Faculty

Faculty of Psychology

Winner

Noortje Vriends

Year

2005

Faculty

Faculty of Science

Winner

Andreas Christen

Year

2004

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Economics

Winner

Benno Torgler

Year

2003

Faculty

Faculty of Law

Winner

Corinne Widmer

Year

2002

Faculty

Faculty of Theology

Winner

Rudolf Eduard Von Sinner

Year

2001

Faculty

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Winner

Jörg Wiesel

Year

2000

Faculty

Faculty of Medicine

Winner

Michael Roth

Year

1999

Faculty

Faculty of Science

Winner

Richard Kammerer

Year

1998

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Economics

Winner

Markus Johann Kobler

Year

1997

Faculty

Faculty of Law

Winner

Eva Kornicker Uhlmann

Year

1996

Faculty

Faculty of Theology

Winner

Beat Huwyler

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