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Campus - Career - 24.04.2020
How a rejection gave rise to a career
By Birgit Baustädter Aged 18, Anita Emmerstorfer-Augustin had to say goodbye to her original career aspiration - and then found her vocation in biotechnology. "I was extremely frustrated back then," says Anita, as she sits at home in her study casually dressed in her hoody and recalling the time before her university studies, and the rejection she got when she applied to train as a physiotherapist when she was 18.
Computer Science - Campus - 12.02.2019
Cryptographer with a penchant for crayons
Cryptographer Maria Eichlseder hides our messages from curious eyes that shouldn't read them. With her love of paper she defies the classical image of a computer scientist. The sun shines through the long roof window on the second floor of Inffeldgasse 16. It touches the concrete wall, makes the silver railings shine, and replenishes the large-leafed potted plants with energy.
Campus - Materials Science - 06.02.2018
An International PhD via Thinface
By Birgit Baustädter In the last four years, 14 young scientists worked in the field of advanced materials across Europe in the training network Thinface and are now completing their cross-border doctoral degrees. Joint research and international collaboration are the main cornerstones on which the work which is intensively promoted by TU Graz is built.