Vienna University of Technology

Vienna University of Technology
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Materials Science - Jul 13
Materials Science
For a long time, something important has been neglected in electronics: If you want to make electronic components smaller and smaller, you also need the right insulator materials. Ever smaller and ever more compact - this is the direction in which computer chips are developing, driven by industry.
Administration - Jul 9

The examination situation requires a lot of coordination. The last few months have been an example of the excellent cooperation between the different departments of our university. From a current perspective, it is not possible to predict what the situation will be like in the winter semester 2020.

Innovation - Jul 1
Innovation

The Rector of Graz University of Technology will take over the presidency of TU Austria, the association of Austrian universities of technology, thus succeeding Sabine Seidler, Rector of Vienna University of Technology. The priorities for the next 12 months are digitalisation, sustainability and climate protection.

Event - Jun 5

This.digital update is a first for us: We invite you to join us for our first virtual-only information event.

Health - Jun 2

On 2 June 2020, the first written attendance examinations at TU Wien will begin under severe restrictions. We would like to provide some important information before the start.

Chemistry - Jul 8
Chemistry

To fully exploit the potential of the "wonder material" graphene, it has to be combined with other materials. A new study investigates what is important for this.

Physics - Jun 18
Physics

A particularly well-ordered kind of laser light can be created by turbulence, which is usually responsible for very disordered phenomena.

Psychology - Jun 5

As a TUW student you can now contact an external psychologist who will advise and support you in various problem situations.

Life Sciences - May 29
Life Sciences

Advances in neuroscience research and microscopy: Researchers look deep into organs and nervous systems of animals, ranging from squids and worms to fish and salamanders.





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