Funding and Awards

Research Grant

(From left to right:) Dr Eva Lidia Wysocki (Austrian Science Fund), Mag Martin Netzer (Secretary General of the Austrian Minister of Education, Science and Research, Prof Heinz Faßmann), myself, Prof Klement Tockner (President of the Austrian Science Fund)

Vienna, 8th March 2019: The Austrian Science Fund awards me the Elise Richter research grant 

2019 - 2023

Elise Richter research project  "Bio-Agency and Natural Freedom" (48 months, € 341,176.50 ), Austrian Science Fund (FWF) 

Research Prizes

2020

Prize for Women in Logic and the Philosophy of Science, awarded by the Società Italiana di Logica e Filosofia delle Scienze (SILFS) for my paper "One or Two. A Process View of Pregnancy" 

The SILFS evaluation committee write in their justification:

"Since Aristotle, substances have enjoyed a sort of ontological primacy, and this has shaped our language and thought. Anne Sophie Meincke asks us to look at the world around us in terms of processes rather than entities, and thus at a pregnant individual as a process – a “bifurcating hypercomplex process”. This innovative perspective appears able to open promising research directions and generate fruitful debates, not only in the domain of the metaphysics of pregnancy, but also in the fields of philosophy of biology, ethics and bioethics."

By joining the BPA / SWIP Good Practice Scheme, SILFS (Società Italiana di Logica e Filosofia delle Scienze) has set out to promote and organize events, projects and awards that are specifically dedicated to the enhancement of contribution of under-represented groups in the disciplines of logic and philosophy of science. In this perspective, the SILFS Prize for Women in Logic and the Philosophy of Science was established as a biennial award for those who recognize themselves as women.

I will present my award-winning paper "One or Two? A Process View of Pregnancy" as a keynote speaker at the Triennial International Conference of the Italian Society for Logic and Philosophy of Science with the reimbursement of travel and accommodation expenses (up to a maximum of 1500 euros).

2014

Prize of the City of Innsbruck for Scientific Research at the University of Innsbruck, awarded by the Mayor of Innsbruck/Austria (€ 3,500) (succeeded with 3 publications in an international review process)

(From left to right:) Prof Sabine Schindler (Vice-Chancellor for Research, University of Innsbruck), Prof Tilmann Märk (Chancellor, University of Innsbruck), four other laureates, myself, another laureate, Christine Oppitz-Plörer (mayor of the city of Innsbruck)

Innsbruck, 11th December 2014: The mayor of the city of Innsbruck awards the 2014 Prize 
for Scientific Research at the Leopold Franzen University to early career researchers

Distinction

2020

Member of the Young Academy of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), elected on 16th October 2020

Other Funding

2019

 

 

2016

2015/16

2014

2014

2013

2012

2011

2005 - 2008

2002 - 2003

1999 - 2002

Award from the John E. Fetzer Memorial Trust for a poster presentation on “Bio-Agency and Natural Freedom” at the Second International Conference on Neuroscience and Free Will, organised by Professor Uri Maoz, Brain Institute of Chapman University in California, USA, 15th March 2019 ($ 500 plus accommodation and subsistence)​

Conference Grant from the British Society for the Philosophy of Science (BSPS) as a contribution towards the 2-day international conference “Biological Identity”, held at the Institute of Philosophy, University of London, on 2nd-3rd June 2016 (£ 650)

 

Annual Conference Grant of the Institute of Philosophy, University of London/UK, for the 2-day international conference “Biological Identity”, held at the Institute of Philosophy, University of London, on 2nd-3rd June 2016 (£ 2,500) (national competition)

Printing subsidies for the publication of the PhD thesis from the Geschwister Boehringer Ingelheim Stiftung für Geisteswissenschaften (€ 3,400)

Conference funding for the 1-day interdisciplinary workshop “Determinism/Indeterminism in Nature”, held at the University of Innsbruck on 13th March 2014, from the Vice Chancellor for Research (€ 550)

 

Conference funding for the 3-day international conference on “The Ontological Commitments of Dispositionalism”, held in Innsbruck from 31st July to 2nd August 2013, from the Vice Chancellor for Research (€ 1,000) and the International Relations Office (€ 320) of the University of Innsbruck

 

Conference funding for a 3-day international conference “Vermögen und Handlung. Der dispositionale Realismus und unser Selbstverständnis als Handelnde”, held at the University of Innsbruck on 26th-28th September 2012, from the Vice Chancellor for Research (€ 1,000) and the International Relations Office (€ 320) of the University of Innsbruck

Dissertation Completion Scholarship, Ludwig Maximilian University Munich (€ 6,300)

Doctoral Scholarship of the German National Academic Foundation (€ 36,870) 

Graduate Scholarship of the German National Academic Foundation (€ 960) (‘Büchergeld’)

Undergraduate & Graduate Scholarship of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (€ 2,400) (‘Büchergeld’)