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Tuesday, 2017-03-28

How does Oxygen get into a Fuel Cell?

Andreas Limbeck, Ghislain Rupp, Jürgen Fleig (v.l.n.r.)

In order for a fuel cell to work, it needs an oxidising agent. TU Wien has now found a way to explain why oxygen does not always enter fuel cells effectively, rendering them unusable. More

Monday, 2017-03-27

Jeffrey Sachs: "New Politics for Peace and Sustainable Development"

Jeffrey Sachs

The world-wide renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs is visiting TU Wien for a public lecture. The event is held on April 4. More

Wednesday, 2017-03-22

GENERA Gender in Physics Day


The Faculty of Physics of TU Wien hosts the first Gender in Physics Day taking place in Austria. Advanced registration is required as seating is limited. More

Tuesday, 2017-03-14

Switching Oxygen On and Off

Kraftmikroskop an der TU Wien

At TU Wien (Vienna), it has become possible to control one of the most important chemical processes: switching oxygen molecules between a reactive and unreactive state. More

Monday, 2017-03-13

Using molecules to detune nanodrums

Prof. Silvan Schmid

The analysis of the minutest quantities of pharmaceutical samples is of crucial importance for the research and synthesis of new medications. At the moment it represents a technical challenge, but a new infrared method of measurement developed by TU... More

Monday, 2017-03-06

Pan-European Seal Traineeship Program - now open for applications


Until end of March students of TU Wien with bachelor or Masters degree can apply for a 12-month paid traineeship at the European Patent Office. More

Tuesday, 2017-02-28

i²c Networking Friday at TU Wien big success

Birgit Hofreiter hielt die Eröffnungsrede

The third Networking Friday of the Innovation Incubation Center (i²c) took place in the Kuppelsaal of TU Wien on February 24th, 2017. More than 350 participants from academia and practice exchanged ideas about innovative product ideas, business... More

Monday, 2017-02-27

Who can find the fish that makes the best sound?

Die Dicke der Metallstücke von verschiedenen Tierformen – von der Giraffe bis zum Fisch – werden so angepasst, dass sich ein ganz bestimmter Ton ergibt, wenn man die Formen anschlägt.

Using new computer algorithms, it is possible to adjust specific properties of three-dimensional objects, such as the sounds they produce or how stable they are. More

Wednesday, 2017-02-15

Invitation to the i²c Networking Friday

Networking Friday

The Exhibition & Networking Event of the Innovation Incubation Center (i²c) TU Wien. More

Monday, 2017-02-13

New record achieved in terahertz pulse generation

Juraj Darmo, Dominic Bachmann, Karl Unterrainer

A group of scientists from TU Wien and ETH Zurich have succeeded in their attempts to generate ultrashort terahertz light pulses. With lengths of just a few picoseconds, these pulses are ideally suited to spectroscopic applications and enable... More

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