Gerhard Lustig Award: Prize for the best Master Thesis in Information Science 2013-2014

At former ISI conferences, the presentation of the master theses was one of the highlights of the conference. The participating master theses are proposed by their supervising profes­sors. All institutions with study programmes relating to the information sciences (in the broader sense) are invited to submit master theses which have been finished (approved) in 2013 or 2014 for the Gerhard Lustig Award. Only one entry may be submitted per institution. A jury will select approximately six theses from those submitted for presentation at ISI 2015. Among these six theses, the best three students will be awarded on the basis of the quality of their master thesis and their presentation.

DIPF – German Institute for International Educational Research

 The German Institute for International Educational Research supports educational research, educational practice, educational policy and educational administration on the basis of scientific Infrastructure services as well as research and educational system evaluations. As a member of the Leibniz Association, DIPF aligns fundamental research with innovative developmental work and its implementation to the benefit of society.

FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure

leading international provider of scientific information and services. Our mission is to supply scientists and companies with professional research and patent information as well as to develop innovative information services. As a key player in the information infrastructure we pursue our own research program and also cooperate with leading universities and research associations.