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Success Stories From Our Students
Julian Müllner received one of the Austrian Würdigungspreise des Bundesministeriums für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung, which is annually awarded to excellent Diploma and Master students since 1990.
Lea Brugger managed to get her first research paper “CheckMate: Automated Game-Theoretic Security Reasoning”, which is based on her Master thesis, accepted for publication at the top-tier 30th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS 2023).
An extension of Julian Müllner’s Master thesis, leading to the research paper “Strong Invariants are hard” worked out in a collaboration with Marcel Moosbrugger, has been accepted at the top tier 51st ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages (POPL 2024).
Florentina Voboril won the Manual Live Challenge Graph Drawing Contest at the 31st International Symposium on Graph Drawing and Network Visualization in Palermo, Italy. The companion Creative Topic Graph Drawing Contest was won by Christoph Kern.
Konrad Klier and Sebastian Watzinger were admitted to the highly selective summer school CMMRS 2023 organized by Cornell University, the University of Maryland, and the Max Planck Institutes in Computer Science, which is aimed at exposing outstanding undergraduate and master’s students to cutting-edge research in computer science and encouraging them to consider a career in research.
Nikolaus Dräger’s first research paper “Backdoor Attacks for Remote Sensing Data with Wavelet Transform”, which he wrote together with Yonghao Xu and Pedram Ghamisi in the context of an internshup at the Institute of Advanced Research in Artificial Intelligence (IARAI), has been accepted in the journal IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing.
Nikolaus Dräger was admitted as a regular student to the Master Programme Computational & Mathematical Engineering at ICME, Stanford University, where he will take the Imaging Sciences Track. His studies will be supported by a large excellence stipend from the NÖ Gesellschaft für Forschungsförderung, which he won recently.
Marcel Moosbrugger and his co-researchers Miroslav Stankovic and Daneshvar Amrollahi have been awarded with the Radhia Cousot Young Researchers Best Paper Award 2022, for their Static Analysis Symposium (SAS'22) paper “Solving Invariant Generation for Unsolvable Loops”, which is a joint work with their PhD advisors and collaborators Ezio Bartocci, George Kenison, and Laura Kovacs.
Jakob Troidl received the ILW Förderpreis of the German Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. and the German Gesellschaft für Medizinische Informatik, Biometrie und Epidemiologie e.V. for his Master Thesis on “Spatial Neighborhood Analysis and Comparison for Nanoscale Brain Structures”.
Thomas Depian has been admitted to the Summer@EPFL research program and will do a 2-month research internship in Lausanne from July to September 2022.
Julian Haumer presented his first paper “Towards Automated Multilevel Schematic Maps”, which is based on the results of his Project in Software Engineering, at the 3rd Schematic Mapping Workshop in Bochum, Germany.
Klaus Kraßnitzer was awarded one of the two Infineon Scholarships donated to TU Wien Informatics in honor of the accomplishments of his industrial internship at Infineon in 2021.
Thomas Mayerl successfully applied for the extremely selective Student Summer Research Fellowship program 2022 at ETH Zürich.
Jakob Troidl is starting a PhD in Computer Science at Harvard University in the fall of 2021.
Florentina Voboril has been granted a research fellowship as a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institut for Informatics in Saarbrücken.
Christian Stippel’s first research paper “Towards a Platform for Smart City-Scale Cognitive Assistance Applications” has been presented at the Distributed Interactive Systems for Collaboration Experiences (DISCE) Workshop at the premium IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces 2021.
Marcel Moosbrugger’s paper “Automated Termination Analysis of Polynomial Probabilistic Programs” on some results of his Master thesis has been accepted at the prestigous 30th European Symposium on Programming (ESOP'21).
Marcel Moosbrugger received the Distinguished Young Alumn award for his excellent presentation of his master thesis on “Automating Termination Analysis of Probabilistic Programs”. The jury found that Marcel “explored undiscovered territory in a challenging area and managed to present the complex topic in an illustrative way.”
Jakob Troidl, who is currently doing his Master thesis at Harvard University, managed to get the SciVis Best Paper Award of the prestigious IEEE Scientific Visualization Conference (VIS 2020) for his first research publication “Objective Observer-Relative Flow Visualization in Curved Spaces for Unsteady 2D Geophysical Flows”. The paper will be published in the IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.
Daniel Öhlinger’s paper “The Involution Tool for Accurate Digital Timing and Power Analysis” has been accepted for the special issue of “Integration, The VLSI Journal” devoted to the best papers of PATMOS’19.
The paper “Merging Redundant Crystal Oscillators into a Fault-Tolerant Clock” by Wolfgang Dür received the Best Paper Award at the 23rd Symposium on Design & Diagnostics of Electronic Circuits and Systems (DDECS’20).
Christoph Ullrich Günther successfully applied for the extremely selective Student Research Fellowship program at ETH Zürich.
Philipp Danzinger’s first scientific paper entitled “Solving the Test Laboratory Scheduling Problem with Variable Task Grouping” has been accepted at the prestigious 30th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS’20) in Nancy, France.
Alexander Falzberger has been admitted to an internship project at the university of Oxford, where he will work in a joint project with the company DeepReason.ai..
Jovan Jeromela, Markus Nissl, Daniel Öhlinger, and Aleksandar Pavlović were awarded their Certificates of Honors at the 29th Epilog .
Jakob Troidl successfully applied for a research visit at Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering And Applied Sciences, funded by a Marshall Plan scholarship.
We met with Timon Höbert and spoke about his ambitions and his thoughts on how to get young girls into Informatics.
Graduation ceremony for our graduates Marcel Moosbrugger and Thomas Hader at the 28th Epilog, the biannual faculty awards ceremony.
Daniel Öhlinger started the Bachelor with Honors internship at Robert Bosch AG.
Anna Chmurovicova and Thomas Hader successfully applied for the extremely selective Student Research Fellowship program at ETH Zürich.
Jakob Troidl conducted an industrial R&D internship at Brainlab (Munich) and attended a summer school at the Visual Computing Center at KAUST (Saudi Arabia).
Successful application of Markus Nissl for a Summer@EPFL internship project.
Daniel Öhlinger’s first research paper, “The Involution Tool for Accurate Digital Timing and Power Analysis”, has been accepted for presentation at the PATMOS’19 conference in Rhodes, Greece, and has also been invited to the special issue of “Integration, The VLSI Journal” devoted to the best papers of PATMOS’19.
Marcel Moosbrugger and Timon Höbert successfully applied for the “GoBoiler Summer Research Program” at the Department of Computer Science of Purdue University.
Johannes Vass and Timon Höbert are the first graduates of our excellence program Bachelor with Honors.