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Physics - 02.02.2024
Bernhard Baumann takes up professorship in the field of Medical Physics

Materials Science - Physics - 27.12.2023
Using Giant Magnets to Create Sustainable Batteries
Using Giant Magnets to Create Sustainable Batteries

Physics - Campus - 20.12.2023
Spark a (Research) Flame 3
Spark a (Research) Flame 3

Mathematics - Physics - 06.12.2023
Three successful applications for funding from the Austrian Science Fund

Physics - Innovation - 01.12.2023
Austria's quan­tum sci­ence is taking off
Austria’s quan­tum sci­ence is taking off

Chemistry - Physics - 23.11.2023
ERC grant for Noelia Barrabés: The chemistry of mirror images

Life Sciences - Physics - 23.11.2023
ERC Consolidator Grant for Shotaro Otsuka
ERC Consolidator Grant for Shotaro Otsuka

Chemistry - Physics - 02.11.2023
Studying Supramolecular Chemistry
Studying Supramolecular Chemistry
After 13 formative years at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, Professor Rafal Klajn joined the faculty of the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA).

Life Sciences - Physics - 26.10.2023
New ERC Synergy Grant for ISTA
New ERC Synergy Grant for ISTA

Innovation - Physics - 20.10.2023
Uni Graz and TU Graz launch joint Christian Doppler Laboratory for novel sensors
Uni Graz and TU Graz launch joint Christian Doppler Laboratory for novel sensors
By Falko Schoklitsch In the "Christian Doppler Laboratory for Structured Matter Based Sensing", a team led by Alexander Bergmann and Peter Banzer is researching the fundamentals of structured materials and light fields as well as their applications.

Physics - 05.09.2023
How to replace quantum physics with quantum physics
Julian Leonard is awarded an ERC grant. He is developing quantum simulators that can be used to study intriguing effects from solid-state physics.

Physics - Innovation - 14.08.2023
Exploring the foundations of the quantum world
Exploring the foundations of the quantum world
Cluster of Excellence: Quantum Science Austria Austria has provided the foundation for a quantum revolution already once before.

Physics - Chemistry - 19.07.2023
E-mail from... Philadelphia
E-mail from... Philadelphia
By Robert Schwarzl PhD candidate Robert Schwarzl from the Institute of Experimental Physics reports on his research stay at Temple University, which is funded by the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation.

Physics - Event - 17.07.2023
Rai­ner Blatt awar­ded Her­bert Walt­her Prize
Rai­ner Blatt awar­ded Her­bert Walt­her Prize

Physics - Computer Science - 22.06.2023
Witt­gen­stein Award for quan­tum phy­si­cist Hans Brie­gel
Witt­gen­stein Award for quan­tum phy­si­cist Hans Brie­gel

Physics - Environment - 22.06.2023
Four START Awards for the University of Vienna
Four START Awards for the University of Vienna
Four young researchers from the University of Vienna were able to convince the FWF Board of their excellent research project.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 03.04.2023
Graz Magnetometer Searches for Habitats on Jupiter's Moons
Graz Magnetometer Searches for Habitats on Jupiter’s Moons
By Falko Schoklitsch A scalar magnetometer developed by Roland Lammegger at TU Graz measures the strength of magnetic fields optically.

Physics - Mathematics - 21.03.2023
'Unsolvable' is no excuse
’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.

Chemistry - Physics - 14.03.2023
FWF Cluster of Excellence: Highly competitive funding for TU Wien
FWF Cluster of Excellence: Highly competitive funding for TU Wien

Physics - Electroengineering - 02.03.2023
New CD lab: Economical use of valuable semiconductors
New CD lab: Economical use of valuable semiconductors
Silicon carbide is expensive and its production is extremely energy-intensive, but it is indispensable for many applications.

Physics - 01.02.2023
Promoting Top Infrastructure
Promoting Top Infrastructure
By Victoria Graf TU Graz wants to further strengthen research and teaching and supports its institutes in investing in excellent infrastructure.

Physics - Materials Science - 30.01.2023
ERC grant for Bernhard Bayer
ERC grant for Bernhard Bayer

Physics - Music - 28.01.2023
Ballroom instead of Lecture Hall: The TU Graz Ball 2023
Ballroom instead of Lecture Hall: The TU Graz Ball 2023

Physics - Chemistry - 18.01.2023
New Spectrometers for TU Graz Chemistry
New Spectrometers for TU Graz Chemistry
By Birgit Baustädter TU Graz and the Japanese analytical instrument manufacturer JEOL opened the newly designed JEOL Application Lab with completely new nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectrometers in January 2023.

Electroengineering - Physics - 10.01.2023
Cleverly planned circuits: Small microchips become more robust
Cleverly planned circuits: Small microchips become more robust
Is the miniaturisation of electronics reaching its limits because smaller structures lead to more errors? TU Wien (Vienna) has shown that the problem can be overcome if the susceptibility to errors is taken into account when planning circuits.

Physics - Research Management - 22.11.2022
Highly Endowed ERC Starting Grants for Daniel Gruss and Marcus Ossiander
Highly Endowed ERC Starting Grants for Daniel Gruss and Marcus Ossiander

Physics - 18.11.2022
Eichlseder: 'Hydrogen is the Key to Green Energy'
Eichlseder: ’Hydrogen is the Key to Green Energy’
By Birgit Baustädter Helmut Eichlseder works on sustainable propulsion systems. One important factor is hydrogen - in pure form or as a feedstock for fuels.

Mathematics - Physics - 29.08.2022
New Faculty Head
New Faculty Head

Physics - Event - 23.06.2022
Experimental Physicist Marcus Ossiander Awarded START Prize 2022
Experimental Physicist Marcus Ossiander Awarded START Prize 2022

Architecture - Physics - 23.11.2021
Graz Center of Physics: A decision has been made in the architectural competition
Graz Center of Physics: A decision has been made in the architectural competition

Mathematics - Physics - 17.05.2021
Big formulas for small components
Big formulas for small components

Materials Science - Physics - 20.04.2021
2D Nanomaterial MXene: the Perfect Lubricant
2D Nanomaterial MXene: the Perfect Lubricant
In extreme heat or in the vacuum of space: a novel nanomaterial delivers top performance in extreme situations, as demonstrated by TU Wien (Vienna) with international partners.

Physics - Campus - 30.03.2021
Starting Signal for the NAWI Graz Center of Physics
Starting Signal for the NAWI Graz Center of Physics

Physics - Materials Science - 25.03.2021
2 million euros for microscope
2 million euros for microscope

Life Sciences - Physics - 26.02.2021
05.03.: Guest Lecture: Swarming Behaviour in Confinement - How curved surfaces influence pattern formation in biology
05.03.: Guest Lecture: Swarming Behaviour in Confinement - How curved surfaces influence pattern formation in biology

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 10.12.2020
Jupiter-Magnetometer leaves Graz
Jupiter-Magnetometer leaves Graz
By Medieninfo When ESA's JUICE mission is launched in 2022 to explore Jupiter's icy moons, a scientific instrument from Graz will also be on board.

Physics - Research Management - 08.12.2020
Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt: Rainbow-Coloured Combs and Sunlight

Physics - Sport - 01.12.2020
Will a knowledge of physics turn us into top sportspersons?
Will a knowledge of physics turn us into top sportspersons?
By Dr. Daniela Müller Stand-up paddleboarding, the Bernoulli equation and the magic lottery six-figure number: they all have to do with physics.

Physics - Materials Science - 05.11.2020
Two ERC Synergy Grants for University of Vienna's physicists
Two ERC Synergy Grants for University of Vienna’s physicists
ERC Synergy Grants for Thomas Pichler and Markus Aspelmeyer The physicist Thomas Pichler and his international team will receive an ERC Synergy Grant of 14 million Euros to build a new electron nano

Physics - Chemistry - 19.10.2020
A Light Scattering Trick Leads to Better Laser Beams
A Light Scattering Trick Leads to Better Laser Beams
A completely new method of producing extremely short and high-energy laser pulses was developed at TU Wien.

Physics - Innovation - 25.09.2020
Houska Prize 2020 goes to TU Graz researcher Harald Plank
Houska Prize 2020 goes to TU Graz researcher Harald Plank

Physics - Electroengineering - 23.09.2020
The Return of the Spin Echo
The Return of the Spin Echo
A research team from Garching and Vienna discovered a remarkable echo effect - it offers exciting new possibilities for working with quantum information.

Physics - Research Management - 03.09.2020
ERC Starting Grant for TU Graz researcher Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt
ERC Starting Grant for TU Graz researcher Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt
By Christoph Pelzl The physicist receives the renowned prize for her project to investigate the interaction between UV light and matter in spectral ranges that have not yet been extensively researched.

Chemistry - Physics - 05.08.2020
Molecular Forces: The Surprising Stretching Behaviour of DNA
Molecular Forces: The Surprising Stretching Behaviour of DNA
What happens when you pull a DNA molecule? It behaves quite differently than we are used to from macroscopic objects.

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 05.08.2020
Experimental physics: inching closer to outer space
Experimental physics: inching closer to outer space
By Birgit Baustädter Peter Pichler from TU Graz's Institute of Experimental Physics is researching liquid metal.

Chemistry - Physics - 16.07.2020
How to teach gold to tell left from right
How to teach gold to tell left from right

Physics - Chemistry - 17.06.2020
TU Graz physicist Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt receives START Prize 2020
TU Graz physicist Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt receives START Prize 2020
By Christoph Pelzl The researcher receives the science prize worth up to 1.2 million euros for her work on a new measurement technology that enables UV-light-induced chemical processes to be investigated with unprecedented detail.

Materials Science - Physics - 15.06.2020
Extending the Building Blocks of Materials Science: What Viruses have to Offer
Extending the Building Blocks of Materials Science: What Viruses have to Offer
By Bernhard Gadermaier When it comes to nanotechnology, nature is truly the most successful researcher.

Physics - Chemistry - 31.03.2020
Top EU Research Award for Roland Wester
Top EU Research Award for Roland Wester

Materials Science - Physics - 14.12.2019
Exciton Phenomena in Functional Materials from Many-Body Perturbation Theory
17:00 - 18:00 VeranstalterIn Institut für Physik Veranstaltungshomepage: Web: http://physik.uni-graz.at/ Veranstaltungsort Ort: [0005EG0020] Hörsaal HS 05.
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