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In 2010 the three Austrian Universities of Technology, the Vienna University of Technology, the Graz University of Technology, and the Montanuniversitaet Leoben founded "TU Austria". This association, which focuses on the field of science and engineering, has more than 43,800 students and 5,300 graduates per year and 10,200 members of staff.

The TU Austria-Universities join forces and use synergy effects in order to accomplish more in research, teaching and higher-education policy and to be convincing as a strong partner in the industrial and economic sectors with their cumulative expertise.

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Researcher with protective glasses works on optical device, small pictures: View through optical elements
Researcher with protective glasses works on optical device, small pictures: View through optical elements

A completely new cooling concept has been invented at TU Wien (Vienna): Computer simulations show how quantum fields could be used to break…

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Concrete small animal culvert

For the construction of a small animal culvert in the course of the double-track extension of the Pottendorf railway line between Vienna Meidling and…

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Concrete small animal culvert
Vacuum chamber with purple glow.
Vacuum chamber with purple glow.

The quantum movements of a small glass sphere could be controlled for the first time in Vienna by combining microscopy with control engineering,…

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Two TU Graz researchers in a physics lab, between cables and equipment

The absorption of energy from laser light by free electrons in a liquid has been demonstrated for the first time. Until now, this process was observed…

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Two TU Graz researchers in a physics lab, between cables and equipment
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Black background on which are white dots connected by lines.

TU Wien and IARAI jointly research modern computer architectures for machine learning.

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Image divided into two halves: on the left, the bitumen surface is shown in red and yellow, on the right in blue and green.

Although the history of bitumen dates back to the third millennium BC, only little is known about its surface structure. Researchers from TU Wien are…

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Image divided into two halves: on the left, the bitumen surface is shown in red and yellow, on the right in blue and green.
Four gentlemen and a woman in festive dress in front of a wall with railway pictures
Four gentlemen and a woman in festive dress in front of a wall with railway pictures

TU Graz, voestalpine, ÖBB, Siemens Mobility Austria and Virtual Vehicle pool their railway expertise. The Research Cluster Railway Systems research…

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A dangerous security vulnerability was discovered by TU Wien in collaboration with the Ca’ Foscari University (Italy): Anyone who assumes control over…

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Image of a solar flare, image is supplemented by data axes

The influence of solar events on satellite-based applications such as orbit determination, telecommunications or navigation is being investigated by…

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two people in the lab

How reproducible are measurements in solid-state physics? New measurements show: An allegedly sensational effect does not exist at all.

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two people in the lab

The Innovation-Marathon

Real tasks set by Austrian companies, multidisciplinary student teams and only 24 hours to develop innovative solution concepts. Students demonstrate their skills in terms of innovative strengths, expertise and creativity at the TU Austria’s Innovation Marathon.