How to participate
Submissions had to be uploaded online in RGB, B/W, or gray scale as jpeg-files only. All entries had to include a short description of the image, its connection to the scholar's research, and its 'fascination' (150 words max.), as well as contact details and affiliation, and the date and location the photo was taken. Each participant could submit up to two photographs.
Watch this space for further information on exhibitions and publications!
Prizes & Award Ceremony
1. Prize: 1500,- €
2. Prize: 1000,- €
3. Prize: 500,- €
The top 10 prize-winners were invited to the award ceremony, which took place in Berlin on 15 June 2013.
All winning photographs will be displayed in a series of exhibitions in Berlin, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Moscow, and Stockholm.
Additionally, a selection of the top images submitted will be published both in print and online.
Who could participate
Please note that the deadline for submission has passed.
The contest was open to all scholars (PhD-students, postdoctoral and advanced researchers) in the sciences or the humanities. The deadline for submissions was 15th April 2013. After this date, all submissions were reviewed by the jury. The winning images were announced at the Award Ceremony.
All submissions and the winning images are published on this website. Additionally, the best submissions will be made available to the public in a print publication and they will be displayed in various exhibitions in the participating countries. Publications and exhibitions will be announced on this website so please check back regularly for updated information!
It was one key objective of this photo contest to bring researchers from the participating countries together to discuss current projects, different research methods, and aspects of fascination in the humanities and the sciences: it also gave them the chance to reach out to the greater public and offer insights into different fields of current research.