TU Wien and the company Dynamic Perspective develop an advanced camera suspension system, actively controlled to deliver pin sharp videos from dynamic aerial viewpoints.
How molecular vibrations make photosynthesis efficient
A theoretical trick allows scientists to describe quantum states of thousands of atoms. If standard methods were used, all storage capacity in the world would not be enough to do this.
Nanostructures etched into the surface: TU Wien develops a new processing technology to improve the electrical properties of glass ceramic circuit boards
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Prof. Ewald Benes, Institute of Applied Physicsk of the TU Wien, has been honored as receiver of the 2015 Distinguished Service Award (Gold Whistle Award) of the International Congress on Ultrasonics (ICU).
The quantum physicist Dr. Tim Langen was awarded a QEOD Thesis Prize of the European Physical Society and a Springer Theses Award for his dissertation at the Atominstitut/TU Wien.
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.