Vienna University of Technology

Vienna University of Technology

Vienna University of Technology  
Physics - Mar 5
Physics
The concept of the laser can be reversed: the perfect light source then becomes the perfect light absorber. Scientists at TU Wien have found a way to build such an anti-laser, based on random scattering. The laser is the perfect light source: As long as it is provided with energy, it generates light of a specific, well-defined colour.
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.

Event - Jan 15

The Marie Curie Alumni Association's (MCAA) annual event will take place at the University of Vienna on 24 & 25 February 2019. For the sixth time this two day event wil bring policy makers, entrepreneurs, researchers across disciplines from both academia and industry together.

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.

Chemistry - Jan 9
Chemistry

S-PPV polymers are suitable for use in a wide range of applications, from solar cells through to medicine but, until recently, they were almost impossible to produce.





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