Vienna University of Technology

Vienna University of Technology
Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Wien, Austria
Vienna University of Technology  
Computer Science - Apr 11
Heute Donnerstag, 11.4. wird die neue Website der TU Wien im Lauf des Vormittags live geschalten. Das Fenster der Welt in die TU Wien zeigt sich nach Relaunch mit neuer Struktur und neuem Look.
Computer Science - Apr 1
Computer Science

Want to boost your computer simulations by writing parallel code that runs efficiently on modern compute clusters' Join in for our courses in English and learn about parallel programming for high-performance computing (HPC) systems.

Innovation - Feb 28
Innovation

The initiative brings together research and industry on the topic of microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip and organ-on-a-chip technologies.

Physics - Feb 21
Physics

Physicists have discovered a new effect, which makes it possible to create excellent thermal insulators which conduct electricity.

Innovation - Feb 12
Innovation

Using biomedical modelling, researchers at TU Wien have developed a completely new type of wheelchair.

Life Sciences - Feb 4
Life Sciences

When bodies of water become polluted, it is important to find the cause as quickly and as economically as possible.

Physics - Mar 5
Physics

The concept of the laser can be reversed: the perfect light source then becomes the perfect light absorber.

Innovation - Feb 28

The i²c Founder & Investor Talks enable the diverse audience to learn first-hand from experienced founders and investors. They share lessons learned, dos and don'ts during their talks and answer the participants' questions in interactive Q&A-sessions.

Physics - Feb 18
Physics

Currently, there is no precise computation method to describe superconducting materials.

Health - Feb 6

The aim of VSS is to connect young researchers at TU Wien and offer them a platform to present their scientific work. It takes place on June 13 and 14, 2019 at TUtheSky. You are invited to participate actively as a speaker or by presenting a poster at VSS 2019.

Physics - Jan 28
Physics

New findings are changing the way we think about superconductivity. Experiments at TU Wien (Vienna) underline the special role of immobile charge carriers, acting as a 'glue', which makes superconductivity possible.





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