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Monday, 2007-12-10

How windproof are cable cars?

A measuring system deals with the question as to the effects different wind loads have on cable cars. Two researchers from the Vienna University of Technology (TU) have thrown light on vibration-control problems, an area little researched up to now... More


Monday, 2007-11-19

Novel skutterudite entirely formed by Germanium framework

Binary skutterudite CoAs3, mined near the farm Skutterud in Norway, was originally used to blue-color china, substituting pigments made from lapis lazuli. It is also the base compound for a wealth of materials (filled skutterudites) with exceptional... More


Monday, 2007-10-15

„Secession“-Exhibition of the Danish artist Tue Greenfort with participation of TU Vienna

How do we define our role in the world? This is the question asked by Danish artist Tue Greenfort, who sees humanity as a marginal part of a far greater whole and who identifies a close link between the question of progress—be it technical, cultural... More


Monday, 2007-09-03

Vienna University of Technology tests Tunnel Fire Safety

As part of a KIRAS project, a consortium managed by construction engineers of the Vienna University of Technology examines the concrete damage and the flattening behavior in case of a tunnel fire. An innovative simulation tool helps evaluate the... More


Friday, 2007-08-24

NETQUEST – Simulation and Optimization of Access Networks

The area wide expansion of fibre optic access networks (last mile) requires enormous financial resources. More


Tuesday, 2007-07-24

Extreme weather monitoring boosted by space sensor

"The Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing of the Vienna University of Technology has recently concluded a project for the European Space Agency. The following news story about this project was published by ESA on July 16:" More


Wednesday, 2007-07-11

Distribudet Algorithms for Robust Tick Synchronization

Future chip technologies are predicted to exhibit higher susceptibility to radiation, leading to an increased rate of bit-flips (“single event upsets”). This also applies for the clock, whose design has become cumbersome in the face of high clock... More


Monday, 2007-06-11

Snake venom as medication?

A chemist at the Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna) is looking for unusual structures in snake venom and plans to prove their medical effectiveness. What in the 1950s led to the development of Captopril, a drug for the treatment of... More


Tuesday, 2007-05-22

Shortage of space in the engine compartment

Thanks to sophisticatedly shaped stainless steel tubing automobile manufacturers can make optimum use of the scarce space in the engine compartment for exhaust pipes. Researchers of the Institute for Forming and High Power Laser Technology of the... More


Thursday, 2007-05-03

International Symposium on Challenging Tunnel Construction

The Vienna University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Institute of Interdisciplinary Construction Process Management, Prof. JODL and the Vienna University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Department of Civil Engineering... More


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