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History

  • History

  • Alumni

  • Research

  • Focus Points

  • Cooperations

  • Infrastructure

  • EU Framework Programme

  • Awards & Grants

  • Teaching

  • Bachelor Programmes

  • Master Programmes

  • Doctoral Programmes

  • Facts









Five Research Focus Points:

  • Five Research Focus Points:



Cooperation | Overview 1/2

  • Cooperation | Overview 1/2

  • On campus

    • Cooperation & research centres connecting faculties
    • TU doctoral programmes
  • With Austrian universities

    • TU Austria (Graz University of Technology, University of Leoben)
    • Vienna Scientific Cluster (University of Vienna, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, University of Innsbruck, Graz University of Technology, University of Leoben, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt)


Cooperation | Overview 2/2

  • Cooperation | Overview 2/2

  • Bi- und multilateral

    • Christian Doppler-Labors
    • FWF doctoral programmes
    • National research networks of the FWF
    • Special research fields of the FWF
    • COMET programmes of the FFG
    • Laura Bassi Center
    • Ludwig Boltzmann Institute
  • Economy



Cooperation | Christian Doppler Labors 1/2

  • Cooperation | Christian Doppler Labors 1/2

  • Anthropogenic Resources

  • Application Oriented Coating Development

  • Interfaces in Metal-Supported Electrochemical Energy Converters

  • High Performance TCAD

  • Lifespan and reliability of interfaces in complex multi-layered structures in electronics

  • Mechanistic and physiological Methods for more productive Bioprocesses

  • Model based calibration methods



Cooperation | Christian Doppler Labors 2/2

  • Cooperation | Christian Doppler Labors 2/2

  • Model-Based Process Control in the Steel Industry

  • Optimized Expression of Carbohydrate Active Enzymes

  • Photopolymers in digital and reconstructive Dentistry

  • Precision technology for automated in-line measurement

  • Thermoelectricity

  • Wireless technologies for sustainable mobility



Cooperation | Doctoral Programmes 1/2

  • Cooperation | Doctoral Programmes 1/2

  • TU Wien:

  • Catalysis Materials and Technology

  • Vienna Graduate School on Computational Materials Science

  • Adaptive Distributed Systems

  • Environmental Informatics

  • MEIBio Molecular and Elemental Imaging in Bioscience



Cooperation | Doctoral Programmes 2/2

  • Cooperation | Doctoral Programmes 2/2

  • FWF:

  • CoQuS – Complex Quantum Systems

  • Dissipation and Dispersion in Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

  • SolidFun – Buildings Solids for Functions

  • Water provision systems

  • Particles and Interactions

  • NanoCell - Nano-Analytics of Cellular Systems



Cooperation | National Research Network (NFN) sponsored by the FWF:

  • Cooperation | National Research Network (NFN) sponsored by the FWF:

  • Rigorous Systems Engineering (RiSE)



Cooperation | Special Research Areas (SFB) sponsored by the FWF:

  • Cooperation | Special Research Areas (SFB) sponsored by the FWF:

  • Algorithmic and Enumerative Combinatorics

  • FoQus – Foundations and Applications of Quantum Science

  • FOXSI – Functional Oxide Surface and Interfaces

  • IR-ON – InfraRed Optical Nanostructures

  • Next Lite – Next Generation Light Synthesis and Interaction

  • Transmembrane Transporters in Health and Disease

  • ViCoM - Vienna Computational Materials Laboratory

  • Quasi Monte Carlo Methods Theory and Applications

  • Taming Complexity in Partial Differential Systems



K2-Centres:

  • K2-Centres:

  • ACIB - Austrian Center of Industrial Biotechnology

  • V2C2 - Virtual Vehicle Competence Center

  • MPPE - Integrated Research in Materials, Processing and Product Engineering

  • XTribology - Excellence Center of Tribology

  • K1-Centres:

  • ACMIT - Austrian Center for Medical Innovation and Technology

  • Bioenergy 2020+

  • CEST Centre of Excellence in Electrochemical Surface Technoloy and Materials

  • ASSIC/CTR - Carinthian Tech Research - Competence Center for Advanced Sensor Technologies

  • K1-MET - Competence Center for Excellent Technologies in Advanced Metallurgical and Environmental Process Development

  • PCCL-K1 - Competence Center in Polymer Engineering and Science







CVAST - Center for Visual Analytics Science and Technology

  • CVAST - Center for Visual Analytics Science and Technology



LBI for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology

  • LBI for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology



Infrastructure

  • Infrastructure

  • X-ray Center (XRC)

  • Analytical Instrumentation Center (AIC)

  • NMR-Spectroscopy Center

  • TRIGA Mark-II (Reactor)

  • Center for Micro- and Nanostructures (ZMNS)

  • VSC - Vienna Scientific Cluster, High Performance Computing

  • USTEM - Center for Electron Microscopy

  • Low Temperature Facilities



Awards & Grants 1/3

  • Awards & Grants 1/3

  • Winners of the Wittgenstein-Award

    • 2013: Ulrike Diebold - Applied Physics, Oxide Surfaces [1]
    • 2006: Jörg Schmiedmayer – Atomic physics, quantum optics, miniaturisation / chip technology [2]
    • 2002: Ferenc Krausz – Quantum optics: ultra fast processes, strong field phenomena [3]
    • 1998: Georg Gottlob – Information systems and artificial intelligence [4]
    • 1997: Erich Gornik – Semiconductor nanoelectronics [5]


Awards & Grants 2/3

  • Awards & Grants 2/3

  • 18 ERC-Grantees



Awards & Grants 3/3

  • Awards & Grants 3/3

  • 18 ERC-Grantees







Architecture

  • Architecture

  • Architecture (033 243)

  • Civil Engineering

  • Civil Engineering and Management of

  • Infrastructure (033 265)

  • Electrical Engineering and Information

  • Technology

  • Electrical Engineering and Information

  • Technology (033 235)

  • Computer Sciences

  • Media Informatics and Visual Computing (033 532)

  • Medical Informatics (033 533)

  • Software & Information Engineering (033 534)

  • Computer Engineering (033 535)

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering (033 245)

  • Regional Planning and Development

  • Regional Planning and Development (033 240)



Architecture

  • Architecture

  • Architecture (066 443)

  • Building Science and Technology (066 444)

  • Civil Engineering

  • Civil Engineering (066 505)

  • Infrastructural Management (066 510)

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • Biomedical Engineering (066 453)

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Energy Systems and Automation

  • Technology (066 506)

  • Telecommunications (066 507)

  • Microelectronics and Photonics (066 508)

  • Embedded Systems (066 504)

  • Across faculties

  • Materials Sciences (066 434)

  • Biomedical Engineering (066 453)



Technical Chemistry

  • Technical Chemistry

  • Technical Chemistry (066 490)

  • Chemistry and Technology of Materials (066 658)

  • Technical Mathematics

  • Technical Mathematics (066 394)

  • Statistics & Mathematics in Economics (066 395)

  • Financial and Actuarial Mathematics (066 405)

  • Technical Physics

  • Physical Energy and Measurement Engineering (066 460)

  • Technical Physics (066 461)



After finishing a master programme (or a similar degree) there is the possibility of a doctoral programme:

  • After finishing a master programme (or a similar degree) there is the possibility of a doctoral programme:

  • Doctoral Programme in Technical Sciences („Dr. techn.“)

  • Doctoral Programme in Natural Sciences („Dr. rer.nat.“)

  • Doctoral Programme in Social and Economic Sciences („Dr. rer.soc.oec.“)









Membership in international associations:

  • Membership in international associations:

  • EUA (European University Association)

  • SEFI (European Society for Engineering Education)

  • CESAER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education)

  • IACEE (International Association for Continuing Engineering Education)

  • TIME (Top Industrial Managers for Europe)

  • GE3 (Global Education for European Engineers and Entrepreneurs)



Membership in international subject-specific academic networks:

  • Membership in international subject-specific academic networks:

  • EUPEN (European Physics Education Network)

  • ECTN (European Chemistry Thematic Network)

  • LE:NOTRE (Thematic Network in Landscape Architecture)

  • Mobility and scholarship programmes:

  • ERASMUS (Mobility of students and teaching staff: EEA-countries, 250 bilateral agreements )

  • ERASMUS Mundus (Mobility of students, graduate students, teaching staff: Russia)







Management

  • Management

  • The University is led by the Rector and four Vice Rectors responsible for Research, Academic Affairs, Finance as well as HR and Gender: Rector Sabine Seidler, Vice Rector for Research and Innovation Johannes Fröhlich, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Kurt Matyas, Vice Rector for Infrastructure Josef Eberhardsteiner, Vice Rector for Human Resources and Gender Anna Steiger

  • The Senate is the supreme collegial board, which consists of 26 members – professors, representatives of the mid-level faculty, non-scientific staff and students.

  • The University Council consists of seven members from economy and science. It acts as a supervisory board: Veit Sorger (Chairman), Sabine Herlitschka, Manfred Broy, Monika Fehrer, Peter Schuster, Herbert Tumpel, Gabriele Zuna-Kratky

  • TU Wien has eight faculties lead by deans.




















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