Vienna University of Technology

Vienna University of Technology
Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Wien, Austria
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Physics - Jan 24
Physics
Until now, complex experimental equipment was required to measure the shape of a light pulse. A team from TU Wien (Vienna), MPI Garching and LMU Munich has now made this much easier. Today, modern lasers can generate extremely short light pulses, which can be used for a wide range of applications from investigating materials to medical diagnostics.
Computer Science - Jan 21
Computer Science

Want to boost your computer simulations by writing parallel code that runs efficiently on modern compute clusters' Join in for our course in March 2020 in English and learn about performance engineering approaches on the compute node level.

Physics - Jan 17
Physics

For years, a new synthesis method has been developed at TU Wien (Vienna) to unlock the secrets of "strange metals".

Business - Nov 19, 2019
Business

At the TÜV AUSTRIA Security-in-Industry Research Lab, important security issues for industry are being researched in the framework of nine dissertations.

Physics - Nov 14, 2019
Physics

A new type of material generates electrical current very efficiently from temperature differences.

Physics - Oct 16, 2019
Physics

Researchers at TU Wien have developed a new type of sensing element for atomic force microscopy, which enables a high measurement speed and can even image sensitive processes in living cells.

Physics - Jan 20
Physics

A new, extremely efficient source of terahertz radiation has been developed at TU Wien (Vienna): Lasers turn air into plasma, thereby producing terahertz rays for many possible applications.

Computer Science - Dec 5, 2019
Computer Science

TU Wien gains "Off-Shore-Campus" in the Sophia Antipolis Science Park ("Telecom Valley") at the French Riviera As of 1 January 2020, TU Wien will initially become a member of EURECOM, a French cons

Physics - Nov 18, 2019
Physics

Atoms, molecules or even living cells can be manipulated with light beams. At TU Wien a method was developed to revolutionize such "optical tweezers".

Materials Science - Oct 21, 2019
Materials Science

With a new process developed at TU Wien (Vienna), living cells can be integrated into fine structures created in a 3D printer - extremely fast and with very high resolution.

Physics - Oct 15, 2019
Physics

A very special kind of light is emitted by tungsten diselenide layers. The reason for this has been unclear.





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