Incus GmbH, based in Vienna, Austria, has been nominated for the prestigious B&C Houska Prize in the category of Research & Development in SMEs. Incus is one of fifteen nominated for the award, the ceremony for which is scheduled for April 25, 2024.

The Houska Prize was established by the B&C Private Foundation in 2005 with the aim of promoting research and innovations that have economic relevance. This initiative also aims to contribute to the strengthening of Austria as a business location and to recognise the excellent research work being carried out in the country.

When awarding the Houska Prize, innovation performance and economic impact are both taken into consideration. The Houska Prize is the biggest private prize for applied research in Austria. So far, twenty-six top researchers have won the main prize, with a total of €6.33 million being distributed in the form of prize money or vouchers.

“I am personally very proud to bring the long Austrian tradition of Powder Metallurgy, with many globally successful companies, to the new field of industrial metal Additive Manufacturing,” Gerald Mitteramskogler, CEO of Incus Gmbh, shared via LinkedIn.

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