Mechanical Engineering

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Mechanical Engineering - Chemistry - 04.06.2018
The underwater adhesive
The underwater adhesive
A special formula for epoxy resins has been developed at TU Wien, which can be used for fibre-reinforced composites in aerospace, shipbuilding and automotive manufacturing, or even for underwater renovation. This is achieved merely by irradiating any part of the resin with light. Within seconds the new material can be completely transformed.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 07.02.2018
The Schrödinger equation as a Quantum clock
The Schrödinger equation as a Quantum clock
Researchers succeed in controlling multiple quantum interactions in a realistic material Materials with controllable quantum mechanical properties are of great importance for the electronics and quantum computers of the future.

Economics / Business - Mechanical Engineering - 24.10.2017
Testing the test beds: new Christian Doppler lab at TU Graz
Testing the test beds: new Christian Doppler lab at TU Graz
Starting shot for Christian Doppler Laboratory for Model-Based Control of Complex Test Bed Systems. From vehicles to solar energy systems, practically all systems are becoming more and more complex, are being quickly further developed, and have to be comprehensively tested before use. This calls for suitable high-performance and flexible test beds; but developing them is extremely challenging.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 10.05.2017
Unbreakable quantum entanglement
Unbreakable quantum entanglement
Einstein's "spooky action at a distance" persists even at high accelerations, researchers of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the University of Vienna were able to show in a new experiment. A source of entangled photon pairs was exposed to massive stress: The photons' entanglement survived the drop in a fall tower as well as 30 times the Earth's gravitational acceleration in a centrifuge.

Chemistry - Mechanical Engineering - 08.03.2016
TU Wien develops injection moulding process for aluminium alloys
TU Wien develops injection moulding process for aluminium alloys
From powder to solid metal pieces - with a bit of technical trickery, processes that are already used successfully for other materials can now also be used for aluminium.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 29.02.2016
Three "twisted" photons in three dimensions
Researchers at the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI), the University of Vienna, and the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona have achieved a new milestone in quantum physics: they were able to entangle three particles of light in a high-dimensional quantum property related to the "twist" of their wavefront structure.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 29.04.2011
Vienna Physicists Create Quantum Twin Atoms
[ Florian Aigner At the Vienna University of Technology, sophisticated atomchips have been used to create pairs of quantum mechanically connected atom-twins. Until now, similar experiments were only possible using photons. Objects that are well separated in space but still cannot be understood separately belong to the profoundest mysteries of quantum physics.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 16.09.2010
Quantum tornado in the electron beam
Prof. Schattschneider from Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna), together with colleagues from Belgium, is developing a method of producing rotating electron beams and is publishing the technology in the scientific journal "Nature". Manipulating materials with rotating quantum particles: a team from the University of Antwerp and TU Vienna (Professor Peter Schattschneider, Institute of Solid State Physics) has succeeded in producing what are known as vortex beams: rotating electron beams, which make it possible to investigate the magnetic properties of materials.

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