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Friday, 2018-02-02

Strange things happen when a crystal gets split in two

Das Team: Michele Reticcioli (Universität Wien), Jan Hulva, Ulrike Diebold, Martin Setvin, Michael Schmid (alle TU Wien), v.l.n.r.

When a crystal is broken along certain directions the atoms reorganize in amazing ways. Researchers in Vienna have watched this happen, and have learned to control it. More

Monday, 2018-01-29

Indian Sacred Texts and the Logic of Computer Ethics

Wissenschaftlich spannende Kombination: Die Veden und die Computerlogik

Can we teach ethical behaviour to machines? Computer Scientists in Vienna are studying ancient Sanskrit texts and using the tools of mathematical logic to describe ethical rules. More

Wednesday, 2018-01-24

New sensor for measuring electric field strength

So klein ist der Sensor: Vergleich mit einer ein-Cent-Münze

TU Wien has developed a sensor for measuring the strength of electric fields, which is much smaller, simpler and less prone to distortion than comparable devices. More

Tuesday, 2018-01-23

Vienna young Scientists Symposium: Call for abstracts

The third Vienna young Scientists Symposium (VSS) will take place on 7th and 8th of June 2018 in TUtheSky at TU Wien. More

Monday, 2018-01-22

TU Wien develops new semiconductor processing technology

Eine mit der neuen Methode bearbeitete Folie - die Struktur wurde so designt, dass grünes Licht durchgelassen wird.

TU Wien can now produce porous structures in monocrystalline silicon carbide. This opens up new possibilities for the realization of micro-and nanomachined sensors and electronic components, but also for integrated optical mirror elements to filter... More

Tuesday, 2018-01-16

Using electricity to switch magnetism

Elektrizität und Magnetismus [1]

At TU Wien, a major step has been taken towards linking electrical and magnetic material properties, which is crucial for possible applications in electronics. More

Monday, 2018-01-15

Shooting with atoms

Elisabeth Gruber [1]

TU Wien has awarded the Hannspeter Winter Prize to physicist Elisabeth Gruber for her research into the bombardment of surfaces with highly charged ions. More

Wednesday, 2018-01-10

Solid and liquid at the same time

Ganz von alleine bilden die Teilchen regelmäßige Schichten aus

Microscopically small particles can spontaneously self-assemble into complex layered structures with remarkable properties, according to calculations performed at the TU Wien. More

Friday, 2017-12-29

TU Wien wishes you a successful and happy 2018!

TU Wien Hauptgebäude mit Feuerwerk

Year’s end is neither an end nor a beginning but a going on with all the wisdom that experience can instill in us. (Hal Borland) More

Wednesday, 2017-12-27

Successful re-accreditation by the RICS at the TU Wien

The postgraduate MSc Real Estate – Investment & Valuation has obtained further accreditation until 2022. More

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