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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". Under its umbrella, TU Austria unites more than 43,000 students, 5,300 graduates annually and more than 10,000 employees.

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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Four gentlemen next to two computer screens and a micro-CT chamber
Four gentlemen next to two computer screens and a micro-CT chamber

The devices can be used to non-destructively observe and measure structural changes inside materials under real operating conditions. They were…

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Two researchers from Med Uni Graz and a female researcher from TU Graz hold Petri dishes up to the camera

An international research team has successfully developed and tested a concept in which nerves are stimulated with light pulses. The method provides…

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Two researchers from Med Uni Graz and a female researcher from TU Graz hold Petri dishes up to the camera
Cars on the city motorway enveloped in radio clouds
Cars on the city motorway enveloped in radio clouds

Researchers at TU Graz have modelled an AI system for automotive radar sensors that filters out interfering signals caused by other radar sensors and…

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Close-up of a computer board

One million gigahertz: This is the physical limit of the signal speed in transistors, as a German-Austrian physics team has now discovered.

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An ultra short laser pulse (blue) creates free charge carriers, another pulse (red) accelerates them in opposite directions.
An ultra short laser pulse (blue) creates free charge carriers, another pulse (red) accelerates them in opposite directions.

Semiconductor electronics is getting faster and faster - but at some point, physics no longer permits any increase. The shortest possible time scale…

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Two TU Graz researchers in front of a micro-CT

Since the innovative Micro-CT Lab at TU Graz went into operation in 2022, researchers from TU Graz, the Uni Graz and the Med Uni Graz have been…

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Two TU Graz researchers in front of a micro-CT
Man holds bottle in his hands in which gas bubbles rise
Man holds bottle in his hands in which gas bubbles rise

Why do large gas bubbles in viscoelastic liquids (such as polymer and protein solutions) rise so much faster than expected? An open question with…

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Three men in suits hold up a signed contract to the camera

Austria Metall AG, Austria's largest aluminium producer and processor, donates a state-of-the-art additive manufacturing system to Graz University of…

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Three men in suits hold up a signed contract to the camera
Festively dressed group of people with scrolls of certificates, one person is watching via television
Festively dressed group of people with scrolls of certificates, one person is watching via television

In recognition of their outstanding services in their respective fields, gender and technology expert Corinna Bath, mathematician Friedrich Gesztesy,…

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Woman with VR headset and tennis racket practising in the living room. Living room and tennis court merge seamlessly.

TU Wien (Vienna) and VR Motion Learning are jointly developing a virtual tennis trainer. In the future, the virtual trainer will not only be able to…

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Woman with VR headset and tennis racket practising in the living room. Living room and tennis court merge seamlessly.

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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.