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Silvia Miksch Inducted into Visualization Academy
In the field of visualization, the induction into the Vis Academy is the highest and most prestigious honor.
Feodor Lynen Fellow at TU Wien Informatics
Manuel Sorge joined our Algorithms and Complexity group as the first fellow of the prestigious Humboldt Foundation.
Geraldine Fitzpatrick Elected IFIP Fellow
At the most recent IFIP General Assembly, Geraldine was honored for her outstanding professional standing and expertise.
Klaus-Tschira-Medal for Christiane Floyd
Our honorary professor received the prestigious biannual award for her contribution to the advancement of science and research.
Laura Nenzi Wins the 2020 Hedy Lamarr Award
The City of Vienna honors Laura Nenzi for her outstanding achievements in Cyber-Physical Systems.
New Faculty: Dominik Bork
After research activities in Bamberg, Sydney, Mexico, Pretoria and Albi, Dominik joined us as Assistant Professor for Business Systems Engineering.
Georg Gottlob receives an honorary doctorate
Commuting between Oxford and Vienna, Georg remains faithful to his old alma mater and our faculty.
Obituary for Gerhard-Helge Schildt
It was with great sadness that we learned of the death of Gerhard-Helge Schildt, professor emeritus, who passed away on September 4.
New Faculty: Florian Michahelles
Starting in September, Florian Michahelles serves as Professor for Ubiquitous Computing at our research unit Multidisciplinary Design and User Research.
#5QW: Glenda Hannibal
Because of a not very promising maths test at school, Glenda was advised not to specialize in science. Now she is researching on Human-Robot Interaction.
Meet Jürgen Cito, our new Assistant Professor
After research activities in Switzerland and the United States, we welcome Jürgen back to his alma mater.
Robert Ganian Receives 2020 START Prize
FWF will provide €1.2m for his project to build a bridge between complexity theory and artificial intelligence.
#5QW: Katinka Böhm
Despite her disappointing experience with her first Informatics course at school, Katinka got curious to learn more about computers and coding.
Most Influential Scholar Award for Muhammad Shafique
Shafique is ranked among the top ten researchers in the field of Chip Technology between the years 2009 and 2019.
#5QW: Martin Nöllenburg
In his youth, Martin scraped together all his savings to buy his first Amiga computer. Today, he creates algorithms that help people in their everyday lives.
#5QW: Tina Stamencic
Tina was awarded the Siemens Award for Excellence in 2019. She continues her bachelor degree in Medical Informatics, and wants to create innovative tools.
New Faculty at TU Wien Informatics
Starting from February 2020, Thomas Gärtner is setting up the new research unit Machine Learning. We visited him in his (still empty) office.*
2020 TU Women’s Award for Katja Bühler
On 4 March 2020, Katja Bühler was honored for her innovative work on biomedical image processing and her inspirational role for female students.