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Monday, 2018-11-05

The car is becoming communicative thanks to antennas in the roof

Das Test-Auto in der Simulationsanlage VISTA in Ilmenau

Telecommunications is becoming ever more important for vehicles. At TU Wien, a new antenna concept has now been developed for cars. More

Wednesday, 2018-10-31

Obituary Dr. Peter Varga (1946 –2018)

Dr. Peter Varga

With great sadness we announce that our colleague, Peter Varga, has passed on October 27, 2018. More

Monday, 2018-10-29

Christiana HÖRBIGER Award – promoting the international mobility of young scientists

Twice a year, the Rector of TU Wien presents the Christiana HÖRBIGER Award – promoting the international mobility of young scientists. More

Tuesday, 2018-10-23

VSC Training Courses: Parallel programming with OpenMP and/or MPI, Parallel I/O, and Node-Level Performance Engineering

Die Klasse vor den Bildschirmen

Want to boost your computer simulations by writing parallel code that runs efficiently on modern compute clusters? Join in for our courses in English and learn about parallel programming for high-performance computing (HPC) systems. More

Monday, 2018-10-22

Artificial Intelligence: Parking a Car with only 12 Neurons

Ein kleines Fahrzeug wird in eine Parklücke gesteuert – mit einem neuronalen Netzwerk aus nur 12 Neuronen, angelehnt an das Gehirn eines Wurms.

Computer scientists at TU Wien (Vienna) are improving Artificial Intelligence by drawing inspiration from biology. The new approaches achieve amazing results with surprisingly little effort. More

Thursday, 2018-10-18

Nanocages in the lab and in the computer: how DNA-based dendrimers transport nanoparticles

DNA-basiertes Dendrimer der fünften Generation, eingetaucht in eine Gegenionenlösung. Regelmäßige Hohlräume im Inneren dieses neuartigen Makromoleküls können als Nanoteilchen-Träger eingesetzt werden.

How to create nanocages, i.e., robust and stable objects with regular voids and tunable properties? Short segments of DNA molecules are perfect candidates for the controllable design of novel complex structures. Physicists from the University of... More

Monday, 2018-10-15

Smartphones blurring the lines between the personal and the professional sphere

Symbolbild: Frauenhände über einen Laptop ein Smartphone haltend.

TU Wien and the Lower Austria Chamber of Labour have conducted a study into smartphone use. The lines between work time and free time are often blurred. More

Tuesday, 2018-10-09

Bioethanol in diesel engines: a contribution to sustainability

Mit Bio-Ethanol betriebener Motor am Prüfstand der TU Wien

Ethanol can make an important contribution to climate protection: at TU Wien, a diesel engine has been developed that can run on over 70% bioethanol. More

Monday, 2018-10-08

String Theory: Is Dark Energy even Allowed?

Die ESA-Mission Euclid könnte neue Einblicke in fundamentale Fragen der Stringtheorie liefern. [1]

A new conjecture causes excitement in the string theory community. Timm Wrase of the Vienna University of Technology has now published much-discussed results on recent new developments. More

Wednesday, 2018-10-03

A Warmer Spring Leads to Less Plant Growth in Summer

Matthias Forkel

It’s bad news for the climate: plants start growing earlier in the spring but, contrary to popular belief, this results in considerably less CO2 absorption. This is shown in a study published in the journal “Nature” with the participation of TU Wien.... More

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