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Doctorals’ Welcome Winter 2022
Our info event where we answer your questions about our doctoral program, and other issues we can help you with.
Masters’ Welcome 2022
Our online event where we answer your questions about our master programs, extended study opportunities, and other issues we can help you with.
Beginners’ Day 2022
Am 3. Oktober 2022 findet der Beginners’ Day statt. Sie erhalten alle wichtigen Informationen über die Bachelorstudien Informatik und Wirtschaftsinformatik.
Fortbildung für Lehrer:innen der Primarstufe und der Sekundarstufen I und II.
Join us at the International Conference on Informatics in Schools: Situation, Evolution and Perspectives.
Doctoral Consortium on Informatics Education Research
You are kindly invited to attend this year’s meeting.
SRDS Symposium 2022
The 41st International Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems will take place at TU Wien.
Digital Humanism Summer School
Join leading experts in informatics, social sciences, and humanities to collaborate on pressing issues of digital politics, economy, and technology.
GCD Symposium 2022
Take part in this year’s GCD symposium on geometry and computational design at TU Wien.
Networking event for cross-border research & business cooperation between tech developers & adopters from Austria, Czechia, and Slovakia.
LogicLounge with Stuart J. Russell
AI expert Stuart J. Russell talks about why a superintelligent AI could destroy us all, and how we have to rethink AI's benefits.
IJCAI – ECAI Vienna 2022
The premier international gathering of researchers in AI is coming to Vienna.
Nicolò Cesa-Bianchi: "The Power of Cooperation in Networks …
Nicolò Cesa-Bianchi talks about how a network of agents learns faster through cooperative information exchange.
Austrias Green Future: Key Sustainabilization Tools
VRVis invites to an expert panel discussion on tech and sustainability with researchers, politicians, and industry leaders.
Eric Horvitz: “AI Advances, Responsibilities, and Governanc…
Eric Horvitz, Chief Scientific Officer at Microsoft, tells us about the potential costs of AI and corporate responsibilities.
Leonardo Mariani: “Towards Field-Testing”
Join guest professor Leonardo Mariani’s talk “Towards Field-Testing: Breaking the Boundaries of in-House Testing”.
34th Epilog – Celebrating Excellence
After a long period of online ceremonies, the floor is open again for our students – Join us to honor the most excellent graduates, this time: in real life!
Ozgur Sinanoglu: “Do You Trust Your Chip?”
Guest professor Ozgur Sinanoglu talks about hardware liabilities in Integrated Circuits (IC) – from reverse engineering to piracy and malicious modifications.
Arthur Gervais: “How Dark is the Forest?”
The ViSP Distinguished Lecture Series continues with a talk by Arthur Gervais of Imperial College London, UK.
Laura Devendorf: “Reconsidering Technology through the Lens…
Laura Devendorf tells us what weaving has to do with software development and how we can use it as a completely new way to look at design and interaction.
Tommie Meyer: “Knowledge Representation and Reasoning”
Join guest professor Tommie Meyer as he introduces Knowledge Representation and Reasoning as one of the pillars of AI.
Vienna Gödel Lecture 2022: Toby Walsh
Toby Walsh, AI expert and “rock star” of Australia's digital revolution talks about machines behaving badly.
CAIML Symposium 2022
The Center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning holds a symposium on cutting-edge issues in AI research and development.
Edward A. Lee: “Limits of Machines, Limits of Humans”
Edward A. Lee, distinguished computer scientist and expert on societal implications of technology, talks about the limits of explainable AI.
Frances Haugen: “The Facebook Files”
Facebook whistleblower Francis Haugen will talk about accountability & transparency in Social Media.
IT Kolloquium 2022
5G as a basis for digitization. Applications, opportunities and outlook for 6G.
Lunch Talk: Astrid Weiss
‘One cannot know everything’ — On the need of epistemological diversity in human-centered Human-Robot-Interaction Research
Joost-Pieter Katoen: “Mechanically Finding Probabilities”
Join guest professor Joost-Pieter Katoen as he surveys the analysis of parametric probabilistic models.
Algorithms. Data. Surveillance – Is There a Way Out?
Panelists Marc Rotenberg, Maximilian Schrems, and Christiane Wendehorst discuss democracy, digitalization, and ways to take action. Moderation by Josef Broukal.