Young Talent Prize

Hamburg Aviation Young Talent Prize

promotes young talents with innovative ideas

The "Hamburg Aviation Young Talent Prize" was established by Hamburg Aviation to foster talented young people with innovative ideas in northern Germany’s aviation industry. This plays a long-term role in maintaining the competitiveness of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region as a centre of aviation and keeping well-qualified academics here.

Participants can look forward to the very best networking opportunities within the aviation cluster as they come into direct contact with member companies. Hamburg Aviation thus supports young professionals as they make the move from academic training to career.

The Hamburg Aviation Young Talent Prize is presented annually in the categories “Bachelor” and “Master” with the support of Airbus, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Transport and Innovation (BWVI), the Hamburg Centre of Aviation Training Lab (HCAT+), Hanse Aerospace e.V., HECAS, Krüger Aviation and TREO.

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Tim Nahuel Schulz from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW) and Philipp Heerd from the Technical University of Braunschweig receive the Hamburg Aviation Young Talent Award 2021 for the best final thesis on a topic relevant to aviation. In addition to the universities, the supervising companies Airbus and Lufthansa Technik are also pleased about the victory. The special prize in the "Green" aviation category, which has been awarded since 2020, was also won by HAW and Master's graduate Daan Hurtecant with the idea of an eco-label for passenger aircraft. The young talent awards were presented during the 60th Hamburg Aviation Forum with the anniversary theme "Game Changer - Where aviation will continue to fundamentally change".