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**17.01.2024** ERC grant for Máté Gerencsér

Computer Science - Mathematics -

**21.12.2023** ’Cybersecurity has a certain fun factor’

Mathematics - Physics -

**06.12.2023**Three successful applications for funding from the Austrian Science Fund

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**23.11.2023**ERC grant for Michael Feischl: High precision, maximum speed

Computer Science - Mathematics -

**05.09.2023** Learn modeling and simulation

How to prepare for the third pillar of science - let's call it computing or simulation? How to keep up with the ever-evolving computational tools relevant to one's field of studies? This winter term,

Physics - Mathematics -

**21.03.2023** ’Unsolvable’ is no excuse

With an ESPRIT grant from the Austrian Science Fund FWF, Tobias Schäfer is developing new computational methods to solve previously unsolvable quantum physics problems in computational materials physics.

Mathematics - Sport -

**14.11.2022** Statistics: Brazil is the clear favourite going into the FIFA World Cup

After being eliminated in the quarter-finals four years ago, the Brazilian national team is once again the clear favourite to win the FIFA World Cup.

Mathematics - Physics -

**29.08.2022** New Faculty Head

Mathematics -

**08.07.2021** Prime Numbers: The Atoms of Mathematics

By Birgit Baustädter Christian Elsholtz has made it into the academic conversation in recent months with a mathematical "joke.

Computer Science - Mathematics -

**01.06.2021** Computer Vision: TU Graz Researchers Define New State of the Art

By Christoph Pelzl Using the visual cortex as a model in the human brain, the research group led by ERC-award-winner Thomas Pock has developed new mathematical models and algorithms as the basis for faster and more intelligent image processing programs.

Mathematics - Physics -

**17.05.2021** Big formulas for small components

Mathematics - Computer Science -

**22.04.2021** ’Mathematics unjustly gets a bad press’

By Beate Mosing Students think: "Mathematics has got nothing to do with my life." Wrong! Professor Peter Grabner on the role of mathematics in everyday life - in bank transfers, weather trends and so on.

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**12.05.2020** Topological data analysis: Light in complex data jungles

By Birgit Baustädter Michael Kerber from the Institute of Geometry at TU Graz uses topological methods - a branch of mathematics and geometry - to extract the secrets of complex data sets.

Health - Mathematics -

**23.03.2020** Statistics: A compass in the data age

By Christoph Pelzl Statistics can use data to identify patterns and derive concrete recommendations for action.

Campus - Mathematics -

**22.07.2019** Curiosity, dedication and a big portion of luck

Innovation - Mathematics -

**18.05.2018** I²c Distinguished Speaker Talk 2018 with Lenore Blum

Mathematics - Campus -

**21.03.2018** Not At All Discrete

Mathematics -

**18.12.2017** Prime numbers: the building blocks of numbers

Mathematics - Event -

**18.12.2017** Probabilistic Methods in Analysis and Number Theory

By Christoph Aistleitner TU Graz's Institute of Analysis and Number Theory was awarded the FWF START Prize in 2016.

Campus - Mathematics -

**18.12.2017** Choosing a degree programme: 7 paths to follow at TU Graz

Mathematics - Religions -

**02.10.2017** Treasure Hunt in the Data Jungle

Mathematics - Pedagogy -

**13.09.2017** International Mathematics Conference

Within the framework of the 19th Congress of the Austrian Mathematical Society and the anniversary of the German Mathematic Association (ÖMG-DMV-Congress 11 - 15 September), approximately 450 mathema

Mathematics - Life Sciences -

**11.09.2017** 11 - 15 September: 19th Congress of the Austrian Mathematical Society and Anniversary of the German Association of Mathematicians

During this congress, 450 international participants will meet from 11 to 15 September at the University of Salzburg Faculty of Natural Sciences to discuss research and teaching, to hold workshops and to participate in lectures by well-known colleagues.

Civil Engineering - Mathematics -

**02.03.2017** Chance as factor of forecast

Civil Engineering - Mathematics -

**10.01.2017** How to inflate a hardened concrete shell with a weight of 80 t

At TU Wien, an alternative for resource intensive formwork for the construction of concrete domes was developed.

Mathematics - Campus -

**18.10.2016** Gymnastics with numbers - TU Graz MatheFit course

Mathematics - Campus -

**06.08.2016** For a smooth start into your studies: MathsFit course and enrolment advice

Life Sciences - Mathematics -

**22.07.2016** Firnberg scholarships for scientists at TU Graz

Mathematics - Health -

**20.07.2016** Science City Salzburg: Mathematics Meeting in Schloss Mirabell

Pedagogy - Mathematics -

**20.06.2016** Admission to Teacher Training

Life Sciences - Mathematics -

**15.06.2016** Salzburger Marine Biologists as Guest Speakers in Trieste

Overlooking the sea, the Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS) held a workshop on marine microzooplankton from 23 to 27 May, 2016.

Health - Mathematics -

**13.06.2016** MRI: Researchers from Graz win first place

At the contest hosted by the MRI Society, researchers compete against each other. This year, mathematicians from the University of Graz and medical engineers from TU Graz won first prize together.

Mathematics -

**13.05.2016**Mathematics as the art of learning

Physics - Mathematics -

**11.03.2016** On polynomials, indoor GPS and helium nanodroplets

Mathematician Roswitha Rissner, physicist Andreas Kautsch and telematics engineer Paul Meissner were awarded Josef Krainer Sponsorship Prizes for their excellent doctoral theses at TU Graz.

Event - Mathematics -

**10.01.2016** 2. Night Shift @ UBS - Review

Mathematics -

**16.10.2014**Gastvortrag mit

Mathematics - Philosophy -

**16.06.2014**The Silver Age of Austrian Logic

Once again, Vienna is one of the capitals of logic research, more than 80 years after Kurt Gödel wrote down his incompleteness theorems.

Mathematics - Economics -

**04.06.2014** Statistics: Odds-on Brazil to Win the 2014 FIFA World Cup

One of the favorites to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup is host Brazil. However, statisticians headed by Achim Zeileis from the University of Innsbruck show that the winning margin is considerably higher for Brazil than generally expected.

Mathematics -

**02.06.2014**Odds-on Brazil to Win the 2014 FIFA World Cup

One of the favorites to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup is host Brazil. However, statisticians headed by Achim Zeileis show that the winning margin is considerably higher for Brazil than generally expected.

Computer Science - Mathematics -

**27.05.2014**Logic in Computer Science

Logic and computer science are closely related. Basic research in logic is crucial for computer and software engineering.

Economics - Mathematics -

**14.10.2013** Oscar Morgenstern Medal for Nobel Laureate Roger Myerson

Faculty of Economics of the University of Vienna awards prize at new location Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1 As part of the celebrations for the opening of the new location of the Faculty of Economics and

Life Sciences - Mathematics -

**21.11.2012** Learning from the brain

The visual cortex in the human brain interprets visual input. A computer scientist from the University of Innsbruck has managed to simulate the workings of the visual cortex with high accuracy in a computational model. Photo: Die Verarbeitung optischer Signale im visuellen Cortex hat ein Innsbrucker Wissenschaftler als Modell nachgebaut.

Mathematics - Administration -

**02.08.2012**ERC Grant for Mathematician Franz Schuster

Soap bubbles, integrals and geometry: Franz Schuster from the Vienna University of Technology receives an ERC grant for his research in Convex Geometry.

Mathematics - Sport -

**29.05.2012** Most Likely EURO 2012 Final: Spain vs. Germany

Spain will win the UEFA European Football Championship with a probability of 25.8 per cent, defeating Germany in the final.

Physics - Mathematics -

**02.09.2011** Digital Quantum Simulator Realized

The physicists of the University of Innsbruck and the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI) in Innsbruck have come considerably closer to their goal to investigate complex phenomena in a model system: They have realized a digital, and therefore, universal quantum simulator in their laboratory, which can, in principle, simulate any physical system efficiently.

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Health - Feb 20

Research for and with society: virus surveillance in collaboration with school students

Research for and with society: virus surveillance in collaboration with school students

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Life Sciences - Feb 13

Markus Hengstschläger new President of the Austrian Society for Stem Cell Research

Markus Hengstschläger new President of the Austrian Society for Stem Cell Research

Research management - Jan 25

Ranking results on internationality: University of Vienna ranks 2nd in the German-speaking area

Ranking results on internationality: University of Vienna ranks 2nd in the German-speaking area