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Friday, 2018-09-21

Learn Chinese – a language with success prospects

"New Skills" mit TU-blauer Kreide an eine Tafel geschrieben

The special seminar of TU Wien is held again this fall. More

Friday, 2018-09-21

Call For Applications: Helmut Veith Stipend for Female Master's Students in Computer Science

Preisträgerin 2018 Hanna Lachnitt und Prof. Kurt Matyas (Vizerektor für Studium und Lehre)

Female students who are awarded a scholarship receive EUR 6000 annually for a duration of up to two years. Deadline: November 30, 2018 More

Wednesday, 2018-09-19

How Long does a Quantum Jump Take?

Ein Laserpuls trifft die Wolfram-Oberfäche, auf der Iod-Atome aufgebracht sind. Sowohl Wolfram- als auch Jod-Atome verlieren Elektronen, die dann gemessen werden.

With the help of sophisticated experiments and calculations by the Vienna University of Technology, it has now become possible to measure the duration of the famous photoelectric effect. More

Monday, 2018-09-10

String Art - from the Hand of a Robot

Der Roboterarm erzeugt ein Bild von Albert Einstein

String art is a technique for the creation of visual artwork where images emerge from a set of strings that are spanned between pins. Now, at TU Wien (Vienna) this work can be delegated to a robot - an example of a complex task that digital... More

Tuesday, 2018-09-04

Superradiance: Quantum Effect Detected in Tiny Diamonds

Im regelmässigen Diamantgitter gibt es spezielle Defekte, welche aus einem Stickstoff Atom (weiss) und einem fehlenden Kohlenstoff Atom bestehen. Die Elektronenwolken sind hellblau dargestellt.

Under certain conditions, an atom can cause other atoms to emit a flash of light. At TU Wien (Vienna), this quantum effect has now been measured. More

Friday, 2018-08-31

What’s ‘up’ in space?

Radioteleskop in Hobart, Australien

The International Astronomical Union has agreed on a new reference frame for directions in space. TU Wien played an important role in developing this new frame. More

Tuesday, 2018-08-28

Watching two-dimensional materials grow

Bernhard C. Bayer

Atomically thin crystals will play an ever greater role in future – but how can their crystallisation process be controlled? A new method is now opening up new possibilities. More

Friday, 2018-08-24

The world’s cleanest water droplet

In der Vakuumkammer wird ein hochreiner Eiszapfen hergestellt und dann geschmolzen.

What effect does water have on ultra-clean surfaces? Using a novel method, researchers at TU Wien and Cornell University have succeeded in demonstrating that smallest impurities can have a surprising effect. More

Tuesday, 2018-08-21

Browser plug-in for improved internet safety

Bei vielen Webseiten kann man sich mit verschiedenen Social-Media-Profilen anmelden

Authentication on certain websites via Facebook or Google accounts can be risky, but use of a browser extension from TU Wien eliminates the problem. More

Monday, 2018-08-13

Artificial placenta created in the laboratory

Denise Mandt im Labor

In order to better understand important biological membranes, it is necessary to explore new methods. Researchers at TU Wien (Vienna) have succeeded in creating an artificial placental barrier on a chip, using a high-resolution 3D printing process. More

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