We are aware of our manifold roles and responsibilities. All our actions are guided by our dedication to excellence and our commitment to society.
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- Abenteuer Informatik
- Bachelor with Honors
- Center for Geometry and Computational Design (GDC)
- Centre for Informatics and Society (CIS)
- Informatics Circle
- International Advisory Board (IAB)
- Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms (VCLA)
- Vienna CyberSecurity and Privacy Research Center (ViSP)
- Vienna Gödel Lectures
- Vienna PhD School of Informatics
- Women in Informatics
Opened in 2019, our permanent exhibition introduces kids to the amazing adventure that is Informatics. They experience first-hand the fundamental principles of our discipline through entertaining puzzles, magical tricks, and group activities.
With our excellence program Bachelor with Honors we enable outstanding undergraduates from all our bachelor programs to prove their potential in individually designed challenges. We aim to nurture their talents and to engage them in scientific research at an early point.
The Center For Geometry And Computational Design is a reaction to the need for research at the interface of Technology and Design, two strongly coupled areas which are essential for the progress in modern societies. Established at TU Wien in November 2014, the center comprises expertise in geometry, geometric computing and various areas of Visual Computing and Architectural Informatics and Architecture. We perform cutting edge research at the interface of Mathematics, Computer Science and Architecture and Design, and contribute to the education of a new generation of the brightest, both technical as well as artistic, minds who understand geometry in order to design the innovations of tomorrow.
Founded in 2016, our Centre for Informatics and Society seeks to bridge the gap between academic research and technological advancements in Informatics and the societal impact and challenges arising from these developments. The Centre for Informatics and Society (CIS) is a research initiative funded by TU Wien Informatics. The CIS represents part of our ongoing efforts to support knowledge and technology transfer as defined within the university’s development plan in section C, “Society”.
The Informatics Circle is our network for all lecturers of the first-year courses in informatics and business informatics. Its regular meetings continue what began with “Learning Patterns”, a workshop held within the Start Informatik program (2016-2018). In our network, we develop a common theme for our first-year course program, identify potential for improvement, and build a diverse set of didactic concepts.
Formed in 2016, our International Advisory Board (IAB) reviews performance and offers guidance to influence and shape the strategy of TU Wien Informatics. The experience and expertise of our IAB members reflect our international aspirations and our desire to provide students with an inspiring and world class learning experience. Board members volunteer their time to support our projects and initiatives. The Board meets once a year with individual members engaged in School activities between meetings.
Our VCLA promotes international scientific collaboration in logic and algorithms. Moreover, the VCLA outreach activities are aimed towards raising aspirations of young people for academic pursuits and to raise awareness on the impact of the research done in the areas of logic, philosophy, mathematics, computer science and artificial intelligence among the general public alike.
The Vienna Cybersecurity and Privacy Research Center – consists of researchers from IST Austria, TU Wien and Uni Wien. With these three institutes, Vienna offers an exceptional degree of excellence for research in the area of Security and Privacy. The mission of ViSP is to unlock the true potential of the location by fostering collaborations between different institutes in Vienna. Through this collaboration we strive to do impactful research and advance the state of the art, securing a pioneer role of Vienna in the research in Security and Privacy.
Named after the famous mathematician and introduced in 2013, the Vienna Gödel Lectures bring world-class scientists to Vienna. The lecture series illustrates the fundamental and disruptive contribution of computer science to our information society. It investigates how our discipline explains and shapes the world we live in—and thereby our lives as such. Since Donald E. Knuth (Caltech), one of the most influential computer scientists, gave the series’s inaugural lecture in 2013, we invited some of the most distinguished scientists to give the annual lecture.
The framework of the Vienna PhD School of Informatics intends to generate scientists who have broad knowledge and expertise in the domain (breadth) and contribute to the development of the sciences (depth) through independent research.
Founded in 2015, Welcome.TU.code offers young asylum seekers an opportunity to further their education and find prospects for their future lives. The three-leveled course program introduces participants to computer science subjects at a beginner, intermediate or advanced level, according to their previous knowledge. We create networks through guest lectures by internationally renowned researchers and social events.
We believe that the promotion of women is not necessary because they have special deficits but because there exist barriers. We have a long history of opening doors for women and girls in Informatics, from the classroom to the laboratory. We achieve this by considering the different life situations and interests of women and men in research and teaching. The actions we take to foster the advancement of women make an impact and raise awareness in every stage of life.