The Multi-Disciplinary PhD Thesis Scientific Prize is awarded annually by the Belgian Industrial Research and Development Board (BiR&D) to a PhD candidate with the most distinguished Multi-Displinary thesis that is judged to have value in industry and relevance in society. The prize money is €12,000.
You must be a distinguished researcher. You should have a PhD degree from a Belgian university obtained within 3 years prior to the award. And your PhD was awarded following the successful defence of your PhD thesis, or winning a Scientific Prize awarded by the BiR&D, or a Multi-Disciplinary PhD Thesis Award.