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Mechanical Engineering - 23.10.2023
TU Graz student team is European rocketry champion
TU Graz student team is European rocketry champion
By Philipp Jarke The "Aerospace Team Graz" competed in Constāncia, Portugal, with its hybrid rocket "Halcyon" and won the overall ranking of the European Rocketry Challenge for the first time.

Campus - Mechanical Engineering - 07.09.2023
'For me research is a great playground'
’For me research is a great playground’

Transport - Mechanical Engineering - 12.06.2023
TU Vienna excursion to Augsburg and Munich
From 24 to 26 May, the Institute of Lightweight Structures and Structural Biomechanics and the Institute of Engineering Design and Product Development went on a joint excursion to several companies in the Augsburg and Munich areas.

Mechanical Engineering - 17.03.2023
'The most exciting moment was just before the first rocket launch'
’The most exciting moment was just before the first rocket launch’

Materials Science - Mechanical Engineering - 21.09.2022
'I just loved knowing what things are made of.'
’I just loved knowing what things are made of.’
This sentence comes from TU Graz researcher Ricardo Buzolin. The 30-year-old is actually a mechanical engineer, but switched to materials science because "every machine is made of materials".

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 15.03.2022
AMAG supports additive manufacturing research with high-tech plant
AMAG supports additive manufacturing research with high-tech plant
By AMAG und TU Graz Medienservice Austria Metall AG, Austria's largest aluminium producer and processor, donates a state-of-the-art additive manufacturing system to Graz University of Technology, thereby promoting research and teaching.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 08.02.2022
TU Graz Implements Novel Brake Test Rig for Rail Vehicles
TU Graz Implements Novel Brake Test Rig for Rail Vehicles
By Christoph Pelzl From 2023, rail vehicle manufacturers will be able to have their braking systems tested and certified on the TU Graz campus.

Mechanical Engineering - Transport - 22.09.2020
Turbomachinery laboratory: efficient and aerodynamic aircraft engines
Turbomachinery laboratory: efficient and aerodynamic aircraft engines
By Birgit Baustädter In the turbomachinery laboratory at TU Graz, Emil Göttlich and his team are primarily investigating the aerodynamics of the turbine center frame - an important component of an aircraft engine.

Mechanical Engineering - Environment - 16.06.2020
Internal combustion Engine - An alternative energy converter for hydrogen
Internal combustion Engine - An alternative energy converter for hydrogen
By Helmut Eichlseder, Peter Grabner, Klaus Schaffer Hydrogen is regarded as the energy carrier of the future.

Environment - Mechanical Engineering - 14.02.2019
New research centre at TU Graz: Consortium conducts research on CO2-free small engines
New research centre at TU Graz: Consortium conducts research on CO2-free small engines
By Christoph Pelzl Under the leadership of TU Graz, researchers are working on the development of CO2-free fuels and hybrid propulsion systems for small engines.

Environment - Mechanical Engineering - 14.02.2019
Centre at TU Graz: Consortium conducts research on CO2-free small engines
Centre at TU Graz: Consortium conducts research on CO2-free small engines
Under the leadership of TU Graz, researchers are working on the development of CO2-free fuels and hybrid propulsion systems for small engines.

Mechanical Engineering - 31.12.2018
TU Wien wishes you a successful and happy 2018!

Mechanical Engineering - Environment - 06.12.2018
The whole spectrum: types of propulsion, motivation and people
The whole spectrum: types of propulsion, motivation and people

Mechanical Engineering - 15.11.2018
Talents for the automotive industry: AVL and TU Graz support budding engineers
Talents for the automotive industry: AVL and TU Graz support budding engineers

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 17.05.2018
Run of the mill would be boring
Run of the mill would be boring
By Ute Wiedner What structural durability and bouldering have in common and how mechatronics engineer Peter Brunnhofer came to be head of the Fatigue Testing Laboratory at TU Graz is revealed in the interview.

Astronomy / Space - Mechanical Engineering - 05.03.2018
Artificial
Artificial "maple seeds" from rockets
The Space Team at TU Wien is launching an ambitious project together with the University of Würzburg.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 14.11.2017
Microscopic structures for vibration-resistant plugs
Microscopic structures for vibration-resistant plugs
In an Austrian-German research project, laser technology is being used to produce microscopic structures on electrical plugs in order to increase fail safety.

Materials Science - Mechanical Engineering - 31.10.2017
New CD lab for high-performance alloys at TU Graz
New CD lab for high-performance alloys at TU Graz

Economics - Mechanical Engineering - 05.05.2017
Practical experience meets research expertise
Practical experience meets research expertise

Mechanical Engineering - Astronomy / Space - 21.04.2017
The planet motor: TU Wien presents innovative electric drive
The planet motor: TU Wien presents innovative electric drive
The electric motor is a tried-and-tested concept. This, however, does not mean that there is no more space for revolutionary improvements.

Mechanical Engineering - 06.03.2017
From standard human to human body model
Accident researcher Corina Klug uses virtual "human body models" to better protect pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists in the future.

Chemistry - Mechanical Engineering - 27.09.2016
New synthetic resin - curing at the touch of a button
New synthetic resin - curing at the touch of a button
A novel method for curing of epoxy resins has been developed at TU Wien. Local UV flashes initiate a chemical cascade and cure the entire material.

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 26.09.2016
TU Graz launches Christian Doppler Laboratory for Brushless drives for pump and fan applications
TU Graz launches Christian Doppler Laboratory for Brushless drives for pump and fan applications
The aim of the new CD Laboratory, a joint project between TU Graz and Mechatronics Systems - an SME from Styria, is to make use of electrical energy in auxiliary drives and household appliances as efficiently as possible.

Transport - Mechanical Engineering - 14.09.2016
Above the clouds: turbomachinery of the future
Aircraft are becoming increasingly efficient, lower in emissions and quieter. The technology behind this is being co-developed and tested at TU Graz.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 29.06.2016
TU Graz invests in grinding technology
TU Graz invests in grinding technology
Unique worldwide and made in Austria: TU Graz is strengthening the field of production technology with a new grinding machine for engines and drive components to the value of 1 million euros.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 19.01.2016
Mechanical Quanta see the light
Mechanical Quanta see the light
Interconnecting different quantum systems is important for future quantum computing architectures, but has proven difficult to achieve.

Mechanical Engineering - 13.07.2015
Smooth videos from airborne TV-cameras
Smooth videos from airborne TV-cameras
[ Alexander Schirrer TU Wien and the company Dynamic Perspective develop an advanced camera suspension system, actively controlled to deliver pin sharp videos from dynamic aerial viewpoints.

Life Sciences - Mechanical Engineering - 03.07.2013
Animal master-burglars: Cockatoos show technical intelligence on a five-lock problem
An international team of scientists around Alice Auersperg from the Department of Cognitive Biology of the University of Vienna has shown that members of an Indonesian parrot species, the Goffin Cockatoo, can solve a complex mechanical five-step problem and so retrieve a nut from a puzzle box. The researchers published their findings in the journal "Plos One".

Mechanical Engineering - Environment - 22.11.2011
Modern controller improves environmental impact of steel production

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 18.03.2011
An Icy Gaze into the Big Bang
An Icy Gaze into the Big Bang
Scientists have reached a milestone in the exploration of quantum gas mixtures. The group led by Rudolf Grimm has succeeded in producing controlled strong interactions between two fermionic elements. This model system not only promises to provide new insights into solid-state physics but also shows intriguing analogies to the primordial substance right after the Big Bang.

Mechanical Engineering - Economics - 22.06.2009
Heart pump with air propulsion