Regional representatives

To provide an attractive program in every part of Austria local representatives are operating at key locations. They organise events and form the link between the local young scientists and the Jungchemiker board.

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Regionalvertretung Graz

Regionalvertreterin: Bianca Brandl
E-Mail: graz[at]
Ever since I was a child I liked to play with science kits and in school I was especially interested in natural sciences. Hence, in 2015 I decided to start studying Chemistry at Graz University of Technology. Since 2018 I am studying in the master programme Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering. In the same year I first learned about the Austrian Young Chemists Network. I am happy to be a part of this network and help students to establish contacts to representatives in the chemical industry and learn new helpful skills for their future professions through workshops.

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Regional representative of Innsbruck

Name: Vanessa Moll
E-Mail: innsbruck[at]
Since February 2019, I am studying for a Master's degree in Chemistry at the University of Innsbruck. Towards the end of my bachelor studies, I came into contact with the Austrian Young Chemists Network for the first time and immediately became a member. The cooperation with fellow students as well as professors and persons from the chemical industry is very diverse and brings many new insights with it. One can constantly learn something new in our seminars and lectures, while there is also some time for pleasurable get-togethers. As a Jungchemiker, I find it very nice to be able to take advantage of these opportunities and to actively ensure that my fellow students and I can continue to do so.

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Regional representative of Linz

Name: Andrea Schweighuber
E-Mail: linz[at]
Since 2013, I am studying Chemistry at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz. After my master's thesis, I am starting my doctoral thesis in the fields of analytical chemistry in November 2018. As part of the Jungchemiker, I am glad to give other students the chance to get in contact with the industry and to offer an interesting side program to their studies.

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Regional representative of Salzburg

Name: Daniela Reiff
E-Mail: salzburg[at]
I study materials science at the university of Salzburg since winter term 2016, which especially allows me to gain new experiences in the field of chemistry. I really enjoy working with people and making new contacts. Therefore, my work as a student representative suits perfectly since it allows me to stay in touch with my fellow students and organize new projects. I was pleased to hear about the idea of the Austrian Young Chemists Network to establish a location here in Salzburg and I am really looking forward to the new projects we are going to set up together.

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Regional representative of Vienna

Name: Sarah Keck
E-Mail: wien[at]
I studied chemistry at the Friedrich-Schiller-University in Jena and came to Vienna with an exchange program in 2015. My master thesis was a cooperation project and I did my practical part at the University of Vienna. Since December 2017, I am working on my doctoral thesis at Vienna University of Technology in the research division of Macromolecular Chemistry. In Germany, I was a student representative and a member of the Jungchemikerforum Jena. I visited several conferences for chemistry student representatives and JCF spring symposia to support the networking of chemistry students in the German-speaking area. It is a great joy to share my experiences and work together with other young chemists throughout Austria..

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