High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Werner von Siemens
Ring (in German orthography, Werner-von-Siemens-Ring) is considered
to be among the highest ranking awards for technical sciences in
Germany. It has been awarded from 1916 to 1941 and since 1952 about
every three years by the foundation Stiftung
Werner-von-Siemens-Ring. The foundation was established on 13
December 1916 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth
of Werner von Siemens. It is located in Berlin and is traditionally
managed by the Deutscher Verband Technisch-Wissenschaftlicher
Vereine (DVT) (English: German Federation of Technical and
Scientific Associations). Before 1960, the name of the award had
been simply Siemens Ring (German Siemens-Ring or Siemensring).
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