The surface of rendered objects in computer games often looks unrealistic. A new method creates much more realistic images, imitating the complex scattering processes under the surface.
The QS World University Ranking by subject area places the two largest fields of study at TU Wien in the top 100.
TU Wien and MedUni Vienna have developed artificial blood vessels, which are broken down by the body and replaced with its own tissue.
Describing the universe requires fewer dimensions than we might think. New calculations show that this may not just be a mathematical trick, but a fundamental feature of space itself.
Researchers from TU Wien (Vienna) shed light on a big secret of cell membranes: the “lipid rafts”, which have been believed to move within the cell membrane, do not really exist.
Monitoring Europe’s vast nature protection areas used to be extremely difficult. Thanks to computer algorithms developed at the Vienna University of Technology, this can now be done using aircraft and laser technology.
Measurements at the Vienna University of Technology show that a cloud of quantum particles can have several temperatures at once. The experiment provides new insight into the behaviour of large quantum systems.
We cordially invite you be a part of the most important milestone of TU Vision 2025+: The week of workshops, 2nd to 6th of March 2015!
Scientists from Vienna and Moscow have created a high-energy mid-infrared laser powerful enough to create shining filaments in the air. Such devices could be used to detect chemical substances in the atmosphere.
Ultrashort laser pulses have become an indispensable tool for atomic and molecular research. A new technology makes creating short infrared pulses easy and cheap.