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Innovation - Transport - 06.12.2023
TU Graz and Leading Automotive Supplier Extend Collaboration in Research and Development
TU Graz and Leading Automotive Supplier Extend Collaboration in Research and Development

Transport - 18.10.2023
TU Graz Study on E-Scooter Accidents: More Helmets and Less Speed Reduce the Injury Risk
TU Graz Study on E-Scooter Accidents: More Helmets and Less Speed Reduce the Injury Risk
By Falko Schoklitsch A team from the Vehicle Safety Institute at TU Graz has used Human Body Models to investigate accidents involving electric scooters and identified the most important factors for preventing serious injuries.

Transport - History / Archeology - 17.10.2023
Cross-alpine tran­sit pro­tests
Cross-alpine tran­sit pro­tests
When the large highways crossing the Austrian and Swiss Alps were built, citizens' movements protesting the transalpine traffic started to form in both countries from the 1970s onwards.

Transport - Electroengineering - 21.09.2023
'I can't install 100 wall boxes in a block of flats with 100 parking spaces'
’I can’t install 100 wall boxes in a block of flats with 100 parking spaces’

Materials Science - Transport - 11.09.2023
'A battery is a diary of driving behaviour.'
’A battery is a diary of driving behaviour.’
By Birgit Baustädter Nowadays, batteries are recycled at the end of their (first) life in the best case; in the worst case they end up in a landfill.

Electroengineering - Transport - 19.07.2023
Fitness check: Energy Transition, Electricity Grids and Electromobility
Fitness check: Energy Transition, Electricity Grids and Electromobility
By Birgit Baustädter Herwig Renner and Daniel Herbst are conducting research into the Austrian electrical energy system at TU Graz and explain in an interview whether our electricity grids are ready for electromobility.

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.

Transport - Innovation - 06.06.2023
RailCharge to Use the Railway as a Car Charging Station
RailCharge to Use the Railway as a Car Charging Station
By Falko Schoklitsch TU Graz's RailCharge project presents a new solution for the issue of range and power grid load in e-mobility.

Transport - Innovation - 02.06.2023
When Trains Charge Electric Cars
When Trains Charge Electric Cars
By Falko Schoklitsch If you want to drive long distances with an electric car, you have to think about charging stops.

Environment - Transport - 24.01.2023
'A Tunnel Is Not a Health Resort'
’A Tunnel Is Not a Health Resort’
By Susanne Filzwieser Daniel Fruhwirt from TU Graz explains what causes bad air quality in tunnels, how fresh air gets into tunnel systems and how "smoke management" enables safe escape routes in the case of fire.

Transport - Research Management - 08.09.2022
Airpower 2022: We were part of it!
Airpower 2022: We were part of it!

Transport - Electroengineering - 21.01.2022
Aircraft in Radio Contact: TU Graz Develops Simulation Tools for Transponder Occupancy
Aircraft in Radio Contact: TU Graz Develops Simulation Tools for Transponder Occupancy
By Susanne Filzwieser If aircraft disappear from radar, it may be due to overloaded transponders. TU Graz has developed a simulation tool for Austro Control to determine the transponder occupancy.

Transport - Innovation - 20.01.2022
Euro NCAP Welcomes New Member Austria
Euro NCAP Welcomes New Member Austria
By Euro NCAP/VSI Euro NCAP is expanding the network of member states, regions, mobility clubs, consumer organizations and auto insurers that work together to advance road safety.

Environment - Transport - 18.08.2021
The Combustion Engine in the Sustainable Mobility Mix
The Combustion Engine in the Sustainable Mobility Mix
By Birgit Baustädter Fossil combustion engines are generally considered to be less environmentally friendly, as they are responsible for a large proportion of transport-related CO2 emissions.

Computer Science - Transport - 22.07.2021
The Mobile Robot that Charges the E-Car
The Mobile Robot that Charges the E-Car
By Susanne Eigner The fully autonomous, mobile charging robot finds its way independently to the parked electric vehicle (EV) and supplies it with energy.

Innovation - Transport - 02.04.2021
Digital Transformation in Mobility: 'The Potential Is There, But It Won't Fall into Our Laps.'
Digital Transformation in Mobility: ’The Potential Is There, But It Won’t Fall into Our Laps.’

Architecture - Transport - 08.03.2021
Aglaée Degros: The Spaces Between Buildings
Aglaée Degros: The Spaces Between Buildings
By Birgit Baustädter Urban designer Aglaée Degros explores rural and urban in-between spaces and what happens in them.

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.

Materials Science - Transport - 11.12.2019
The Craziest Ideas Are the Best Ones

Computer Science - Transport - 18.04.2019
TU Graz and TU Darmstadt extend their funding programme
TU Graz and TU Darmstadt extend their funding programme

Innovation - Transport - 04.12.2018
TU Graz and Magna extend strategic partnership
TU Graz and Magna extend strategic partnership

Electroengineering - Transport - 12.10.2018
New momentum for electromobility
New momentum for electromobility
By Vera Haberfellner Researchers at TU Graz develop a new charging concept for electric vehicles (EVs).

Innovation - Transport - 12.07.2018
Exhaust gas after-treatment for diesel vehicles: Amminex, TU Graz and partners garner EU award worth millions
Exhaust gas after-treatment for diesel vehicles: Amminex, TU Graz and partners garner EU award worth millions
TU Graz researchers together with international development partners have developed a technological concept for reducing nitrogen oxide in existing diesel vehicles.

Innovation - Transport - 07.06.2018
TU Graz StreeTech and me: Same same but different
TU Graz StreeTech and me: Same same but different

Transport - Campus - 11.04.2018
Urban mobility: A key focus at TU Graz
Urban mobility: A key focus at TU Graz

Transport - 30.11.2017
Mobility Prize for hydrogen research at TU Graz
Mobility Prize for hydrogen research at TU Graz

Transport - 21.07.2017
Untalented for doing the same thing again and again
Untalented for doing the same thing again and again

Transport - 04.05.2017
Self-driving cars: Europe's most diverse test environment under development in Styria
Self-driving cars: Europe’s most diverse test environment under development in Styria
ALP.Lab offers test tracks, road tests on motorways and in cities as well as simulators for companies - Ministry for Infrastructure provides funding to the tune of 5.6 million euros.

Transport - Computer Science - 21.02.2017
Ready for Boarding
Ready for Boarding
The Flight Simulation Research Platform at TU Graz makes it possible to scale the virtual heights with a wide-body aircraft and a light aircraft.

Transport - 26.01.2017
Driving in a wooden box
Driving in a wooden box
Love of technical gadgets is almost part of the job at TU Graz. Not surprising that I had to shout "ME!" when test persons were being sought for the in-house driving simulator.

Transport - Innovation - 28.12.2016
Do We Trust the Invisible Assistant?
Do We Trust the Invisible Assistant?
In the MueGen Driving project, researchers from the Institute of Automotive Engineering at TU Graz studied how gender and age influence our trust in driver assistance systems.

Transport - Environment - 23.12.2016
The Mobility Jackpot
The Mobility Jackpot
On-the-fly switching between bicycle, car and tram is a mobility jackpot for someone living in the city: it's eco-friendly, versatile and cheap.

Transport - Electroengineering - 19.10.2016
Cleaner cars at full throttle
Cleaner cars at full throttle
How do hybrid vehicles become more powerful and at the same time cheaper? TU Graz's Martin Hofstetter is developing software which delivers practical answers.

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.

Transport - Civil Engineering - 30.06.2016
The ultra-high performance roadway on the first floor
The ultra-high performance roadway on the first floor

Architecture - Transport - 28.04.2016
Field research in Tehran



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