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Life Sciences - Computer Science - 05.06.2024
Do Machines See Like we do?
Do Machines See Like we do?
Researchers at TU Wien have investigated how an artificial intelligence categorizes images. The results show astonishing similarities to visual systems in nature. How do you teach a machine to recognize objects in images? Huge progress has been made in this area in recent years. With the help of neural networks, for example, images of animals can be assigned to the respective species with a very high success rate.

Event - 04.06.2024
MedUni Vienna again honoured with Superbrands Austria Award
MedUni Vienna again honoured with Superbrands Austria Award

Life Sciences - 04.06.2024
US National Academy Elects Nick Barton
US National Academy Elects Nick Barton

Innovation - Pedagogy - 04.06.2024
TU Graz Leads the Way in Unite! Research: Millions in Funding for Innovative Projects
TU Graz Leads the Way in Unite! Research: Millions in Funding for Innovative Projects

Computer Science - Health - 03.06.2024
Hrvoje Bogunovic takes up tenure-track assistant professorship at MedUni Vienna

Environment - Electroengineering - 31.05.2024
Jan Hansen wants his CD Lab to become a 'Green Lab'
Jan Hansen wants his CD Lab to become a ’Green Lab’

Event - 31.05.2024
Marvel and Discover: That was the 'Long Night of Research' 2024
Marvel and Discover: That was the ’Long Night of Research’ 2024

Chemistry - Electroengineering - 29.05.2024
Single-mindedly focused on research success
Single-mindedly focused on research success

Event - Campus - 29.05.2024
A day with... Andrea Höglinger
A day with... Andrea Höglinger

Transport - 28.05.2024
What Are the Risks of Hydrogen Vehicles in Tunnels?
What Are the Risks of Hydrogen Vehicles in Tunnels?
A team from TU Graz has analysed the risk and damage potential of hydrogen vehicles in tunnels and derived recommendations.

Innovation - Agronomy / Food Science - 28.05.2024
Circular economy against food waste: 'CEFoodCycle' award presented
Circular economy against food waste: ’CEFoodCycle’ award presented

Physics - Materials Science - 28.05.2024
Playing with Material Properties
Playing with Material Properties

Career - Pedagogy - 28.05.2024
For knowledge-hungry people and bargain hunters: Benefits for TU Graz employees

Administration - 28.05.2024
TU Graz expert: Lukas Steiner

Health - 27.05.2024
This was the Long Night of Research 2024
This was the Long Night of Research 2024

Event - 24.05.2024
CCA-Venus creative award: Gold for FH Salzburg
CCA-Venus creative award: Gold for FH Salzburg

Health - Laboratory - 23.05.2024
CD Laboratory for Image- and Cognition-based Precision Radiotherapy opened at MedUni Vienna
CD Laboratory for Image- and Cognition-based Precision Radiotherapy opened at MedUni Vienna

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 23.05.2024
Austrian Mini-Satellite OPS-SAT Burns Up after Successful Mission
Austrian Mini-Satellite OPS-SAT Burns Up after Successful Mission
For four and a half years, the nanosatellite built at TU Graz acted as a flying laboratory in space to test mission-critical software, operating concepts and new technologies.

Health - 23.05.2024
Wolf-Dieter Baumgartner appointed corresponding member of the German ENT Society
Wolf-Dieter Baumgartner appointed corresponding member of the German ENT Society

Event - Campus - 22.05.2024
Erasmus Generation Meeting in Seville
Erasmus Generation Meeting in Seville

Health - Agronomy / Food Science - 22.05.2024
International VEGANScreener project assesses the nutritional quality of vegans
International VEGANScreener project assesses the nutritional quality of vegans
An international research group led by MedUni Vienna has developed VEGANScreener, a new tool with 29 questions on the dietary quality of vegans in Europe.

Campus - 22.05.2024
Nurturing Curiosity From the Start

Life Sciences - Physics - 17.05.2024
Philipp Velicky honored with Scientific Milestone Award of the 2024 Wilhelm Exner Lectures

Electroengineering - Innovation - 16.05.2024
More Reliability for Electronic Components: TU Graz Opens New CD Lab
More Reliability for Electronic Components: TU Graz Opens New CD Lab
The "CD Laboratory for EMC-Aware Robust Electronic Systems" carries out research into the negative electromagnetic influences on electronic components in production and operation in order to eliminate the causes of failures.

Health - Life Sciences - 15.05.2024
Long Night of Research: Welcome to the future of medicine!
Long Night of Research: Welcome to the future of medicine!

Career - Life Sciences - 15.05.2024
Exploring Uncharted Territories
Embarking on a postdoctoral journey marks a critical juncture for recent PhD graduates. ISTA wants to encourage ambitious researchers to follow their curiosity, even if it means taking risks.

Art and Design - Innovation - 15.05.2024
Open Lecture by Fulbright Professor David Bassuk

Innovation - Economics - 14.05.2024
From TU Wien to Silicon Valley and Beyond - Reflections about Consciousness, Systems Change, and Technology - A talk

Innovation - Campus - 14.05.2024
Universities choose Europe
Universities choose Europe

Health - 14.05.2024
Dagmar Bancher-Todesca and Arnold Pollak receive the Ingrid Leodolter Medal
Dagmar Bancher-Todesca and Arnold Pollak receive the Ingrid Leodolter Medal

Computer Science - Innovation - 14.05.2024
Unrivalled Research Infrastructure: TU Graz opens Human-Centered Computing Labs
Unrivalled Research Infrastructure: TU Graz opens Human-Centered Computing Labs
Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, the new laboratory spaces offer the opportunity for interdisciplinary research at the interface of man and machine.

Event - 08.05.2024
Students exhibit their work at the ’Creativity Rules 2024’ event

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 08.05.2024
TU Graz Bundles Its Strengths in Biotechnology and Artificial Intelligence
TU Graz Bundles Its Strengths in Biotechnology and Artificial Intelligence

Campus - Life Sciences - 08.05.2024
MedUni Vienna mourns the loss of Hans Tuppy
MedUni Vienna mourns the loss of Hans Tuppy

Microtechnics - 08.05.2024
She Teaches Robots to See
She Teaches Robots to See
Eva Reitbauer is trying to teach robots to "see". Her robots include autonomous compost turning machines whose sensory organs are sensors such as laser scanners and cameras.

Mathematics - Computer Science - 08.05.2024
International Women in Mathematics Day
International Women in Mathematics Day

Health - Pharmacology - 07.05.2024
One million people in Austria affected by migraine
Around four billion people worldwide are affected by recurring headaches, and over 356 million spend more days of their lives with than without a "thunderstorm in their head".

Architecture - 07.05.2024
GAM 20 The Infraordinary: The everyday in architecture
In the 20th issue of GAM - Graz Architecture Magazine, we encounter Italian Autogrill service stations, the backyards of Neapolitan palazzi and K67 kiosks from the former Yugoslavia.

Computer Science - 07.05.2024
Algorithm Wants to Learn the Perfect Lap in a Racing Car
Algorithm Wants to Learn the Perfect Lap in a Racing Car
Research into robots and their autonomy can also lead to an algorithm chasing its own lap record. Does it do this better than humans?

Health - Pharmacology - 06.05.2024
FWF funds Cluster of Excellence 'MetAGE' with 18 million euros
FWF funds Cluster of Excellence ’MetAGE’ with 18 million euros

Innovation - Economics - 06.05.2024
Bilateral AI - New FWF Cluster of Excellence

Microtechnics - Astronomy / Space - 06.05.2024
'Truly autonomous systems won't be around any time soon'
’Truly autonomous systems won’t be around any time soon’

Innovation - Microtechnics - 06.05.2024
'Things get exciting only in the real world!'
’Things get exciting only in the real world!’

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 06.05.2024
Human Conversations with a Robotic Head
Human Conversations with a Robotic Head

Health - Campus - 03.05.2024
Eleni Tomazou takes up tenure-track assistant professorship at MedUni Vienna
Eleni Tomazou takes up tenure-track assistant professorship at MedUni Vienna

Materials Science - Transport - 02.05.2024
A Second Life for Batteries
A Second Life for Batteries
Discarded lithium-ion cells from electric cars could be re-used as stationary power storage units. Researchers at TU Graz have established the first indicators for a reliable assessment of their condition. In 2030, around 1.2 million lithium-ion batteries of electric cars, buses and construction machinery will be decommissioned worldwide because they will reach the end of their planned service life, their warranty will expire or the entire vehicles will be scrapped.

Health - Life Sciences - 30.04.2024
Stellenbosch University: Ausbau der Kooperation

Campus - Civil Engineering - 30.04.2024
Portrait of Former Rector Harald Kainz Unveiled at TU Graz
Portrait of Former Rector Harald Kainz Unveiled at TU Graz

Health - 29.04.2024
Eva Schernhammer elected ÖAW member
Eva Schernhammer elected ÖAW member

Innovation - Economics - 29.04.2024
Startup Fellows: Support for innovation and entrepreneurship
Startup Fellows: Support for innovation and entrepreneurship