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Join us online at the 31st Epilog
Once again this semester, we honor our most excellent graduates for their outstanding achievements—and invite you to be virtually part of the award ceremony.
Jobs: PreDoc and PostDoc in Parallel Computing
We are looking for candidates for a predoc and a postdoc position in Parallel Computing.
New CD Laboratory on Blockchain Technologies
Our new Christian Doppler Laboratory deals with the question of how to use blockchains for the Internet of Things.
Assistant Professor of Learning Technologies and eDidactics
We invite applications from qualified candidates for this tenure-tracked, full-time position until January 13, 2021.
Justice, but for whom?
Angelika Strohmayer (Northumbria University) explores our needs for digital services and how we can design digital technologies supporting better futures.
Study Abroad: Join Our Information Event
Our experts will answer your questions concerning Erasmus, Joint Studies, or financing possibilities for studying abroad.
Socio-Technical Analysis of the so-called AMS-Algorithm
TU Wien Informatics was part of the research team investigating possible bias and structural inequalities of the AMS assistance system.
Strategies for a Humanistic Digital Future
We invite you to our online workshop on Digital Humanism to discuss AI in Europe, education, and resilient sustainable systems.
European Artificial Intelligence On-Demand Platform—AI4EU
TU Wien Informatics is part of the pan-European consortium aiming to create and support collaboration among actors in AI.
Community-based Design of Open Source Software
Alex Ahmed (Carnegie Mellon University) points out that people are increasingly alienated from how technologies are designed.
European Network for Gender Balance in Informatics
TU Wien Informatics is part of the recently approved COST Action EUGAIN, aiming at improving gender balance in Informatics.
39th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
We host the ER2020, the leading international forum for presenting and discussing current research and practice on conceptual modeling.
THE 2021: TU Wien Informatics Comes In 80th
Despite increasing international competition in academia, we were able to hold our ground in THE’s latest subject ranking.
Ethics and IT: How AI is Reshaping Our World
This panel discussion, part of our DIGHUM lecture series, will deal with the ethical implications and global challenges of AI.
Ten Challenges for Deontic Logic in AI
The Vienna PhD School of Informatics invites to a talk by Leon van der Torre (University of Luxembourg).
Silvia Miksch Inducted into Visualization Academy
In the field of visualization, the induction into the Vis Academy is the highest and most prestigious honor.
Jobs: PostDoc Position
We are looking for candidates for a postdoc position in Visual Analytics.
Braving Citational Justice within Human-Computer Interaction
Neha Kumar and Naveena Karusala discuss citational justice in our new public lecture series on Critical Perspectives on Technology.
Jobs: Administrative Position in Study Services
We are looking for candidates for an administrative staff position in Study Services.
Jobs: PreDoc Position
We are looking for candidates for a predoc position in Computer Graphics.
Best Teaching Awards 2020
Despite obstacles due to the corona crisis, our faculty's lecturers maintain excellent teaching and were honored for their special commitment.
Responsibly Encouraging Adoption of Contact Tracing Apps
Join us online for the next lecture in our series on Digital Humanism—this time with Elissa M. Redmiles from Microsoft Research.
Better Deep Learning
AI becomes more efficient and reliable if it is more closely oriented to biological models: New approaches in AI research prove themselves in experiments.
Race and the Problems with ‘Progress’ in FDP
Join us online for our new public lecture series on Critical Perspectives on Technology, starting with Roos Hopman (Amsterdam).
Feodor Lynen Fellow at TU Wien Informatics
Manuel Sorge joined our Algorithms and Complexity group as the first fellow of the prestigious Humboldt Foundation.
Joining the EU Code Week from October 12 to 16, we will host the Week for Good Artificial Intelligence for Austrian school classes. [Registration closed.]
Geraldine Fitzpatrick Elected IFIP Fellow
At the most recent IFIP General Assembly, Geraldine was honored for her outstanding professional standing and expertise.
Jobs: Ten PreDoc Positions
The doctoral college Secure and Intelligent Human-Centric Digital Technologies is looking for ten PhD candidates.
Jobs: Two PreDoc Positions
We are looking for candidates for two predoc positions in Cyber-Physical Systems and Parallel Computing.
#safeseclab Kicked Off
On September 15, the joint venture “TÜV AUSTRIA #safeseclab, Research Lab for Safety and Security in Industry” was established at TU Wien.
Horizon Impact Award 2020 for READ Project
The READ project implements a virtual research environment and contributes to the preservation of European heritage.
Students Excel at the 2020 Graph Drawing Contest
Our students from the Algorithms and Complexity group won four prizes at the 27th Annual Graph Drawing Contest in Vancouver.
Digital Sovereignty—Navigating Between Scylla & Charybdis
Join us online for the next lecture in our series on Digital Humanism, where international experts discuss digital sovereignty.
Masters’ Welcome 2020
Our new online event where we answer your questions about our master programs, extended study opportunities, and other issues we can help you with.
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.
Jobs: PreDoc Position
We are looking for candidates for a predoc position in Machine Learning.
Beginners’ Day 2020
Am 1. Oktober 2020 findet der Beginners‘ Day statt. Sie erhalten alle wichtigen Informationen über die Bachelorstudien Informatik und Wirtschaftsinformatik.
New Faculty: Dominik Bork
After research activities in Bamberg, Sydney, Mexico, Pretoria and Albi, Dominik joined us as Assistant Professor for Business Systems Engineering.
Visiting Professors, Winter 2020
Three renowned experts in their fields, professors Tedre, van der Torre, and Stork, will teach as visiting professors in the coming winter term.
Jobs: One PostDoc, Three PreDoc Positions
We are looking for candidates for a postdoc and three predoc positions in Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology.
An AI and Computer Science Dilemma: Could I? Should I?
Join us online for the next lecture in our series on Digital Humanism, held by Harvard’s Barbara J. Grosz.
Soodeh Farokhi Is Women Entrepreneur Award Finalist
With her software company C2RO, our alumna Soodeh is one of Canada’s leading female entrepreneurs.
17th International Conference CPAIOR 2020
Join our online conference on the Integration of Constraint Programming, Artificial Intelligence, and Operations Research.
Georg Gottlob receives an honorary doctorate
Commuting between Oxford and Vienna, Georg remains faithful to his old alma mater and our faculty.
Jobs: Three PreDoc Positions, One Student Staff
We are looking for candidates for three predoc positions and a student staff position in Information Systems Engineering.
Successful Start of ICT 2019 Call Projects
Seven out of nine successful project proposals in the ICT 2019 call come from TU Wien Informatics researchers.
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.
Workshop on Security and Privacy in Contact Tracing
International experts will discuss security issues caused by the rising demand for automated contact tracing solutions.
How Not to Destroy the World with Artificial Intelligence
Join our DIGHUM lecture series with Stuart Russell from UC Berkeley presenting his views on this crucial issue.
New Faculty: Florian Michahelles
Starting in September, Florian Michahelles serves as Professor for Ubiquitous Computing at our research unit Multidisciplinary Design and User Research.
Programmieren mit Processing 2020: Together
In diesem Übungskurs werden die Inhalte des Online-Kurses „Programmieren mit Processing“ anhand von Übungsbeispielen gefestigt und auftretende Fragen geklärt.
Prolog: Propädeutikum für Informatik 2020
Als Vorbereitung auf das Studium und als Ausgleich der unterschiedlichen Voraussetzungen bieten wir den Prolog an.
Vienna is hosting QONFEST, a joint congress of the most important international scientific conferences and workshops on “Verifying Automatic Smart Systems”.
Discover Our Double Degree Programs
Want to expand your expert horizon? Then join one of our international master programs, spend time abroad, and earn two diplomas.
COVID-19 Containment: How Our Experts Contribute
Simulating future spreading scenarios or taking care of data protection: Implementing a secure data infrastructure is the key.
Become an Expert in Security and Privacy
You can now expand your knowledge in this important field within the master program Software Engineering and Internet Computing.
#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.
The 2020 VCLA International Student Awards
The scientific community of Logic and Computer Science welcomes undergraduate students and their excellent research.
LogicLounge with Cory Doctorow
“Working as Intended: Surveillance Capitalism is not a Rogue Capitalism”. Without any regulatory oversight, are we all test rabbits for the big tech companies?
TU Fast TU Furious Team Wins Autonomous Racing Grand Prix
Racing cars with the same hardware, our team outsmarted international competitors in a battle of algorithms.
Ihr Studienbeginn 2020
Alles, was Sie wissen müssen, um sich zu orientieren, wichtige Termine nicht zu übersehen und einen idealen Start in Ihr Studium abzulegen.
Corona Contact Tracing
Join Alfonso Fuggetta, James Larus, and Jeff Kramer discussing this crucial issue in our lecture series.
Secure and Intelligent Human-Centric Digital Technologies
With a new interdisciplinary doctoral college, we establish synergies across three different faculties and three research fields.
Programmieren mit Processing 2020: MOOC
Um den Start in das Informatikstudium zu erleichtern, bieten wir im Vorfeld des Studienbeginns einen Onlinekurs „Programmieren mit Processing“ an.
Meet Jürgen Cito, our new Assistant Professor
After research activities in Switzerland and the United States, we welcome Jürgen back to his alma mater.
Medical Data Intelligence: Data Landscape and Analysis Tools
We invite you to a webinar to learn about the latest developments in this fast-growing research area.
The 30th Epilog—An Online Experience
Once more, we honored our most excellent graduates for their outstanding achievements—and you can virtually be part of it.
Join us online at the 30th Epilog
Once again, we honor our most excellent graduates for their achievements—and you can be part of it virtually.
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.
Online Lecture Series on Digital Humanism
Following workshops and the Vienna Manifesto on Digital Humanism, we invite you to our online DIGHUM lectures, where we discuss different aspects of this topic.
eThor Provides Security for Smart Contracts
In their breakthrough work, a team at the research unit Security & Privacy developed sound static analysis for Ethereum smart contracts.
Digital Humanism: Informatics in Times of COVID-19
Renowned experts met in our online workshop on May 14th—St. Corona’s day of all days—and discussed the digital transformation of society.
Digital Humanism: Informatics in Times of COVID-19
Following a workshop and the Vienna Manifesto on Digital Humanism, we invite you to our online workshop highlighting the digital transformation of society.
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.
Contact Tracing: Why Corona Apps Are Complicated
Clara Schneidewind, from the Security and Privacy research unit, explains the challenges of programming a contact tracing app.
#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.
AI for Curbing the Economic Impact of COVID-19
New findings show how Knowledge Graph technology can address the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on Italian companies.
Amazing Animation of SARS-CoV-2 Makes the Invisible Visible
nanographics, a TU Wien Informatics spin-off, created a real-time rendered, procedural model of the virus that can immediately incorporate new data.
On the Use of IT for COVID-19 Infection Mitigation
Informatics Europe has issued policy recommendations regarding the use of tracking technology in the efforts to control infection spread.
European Commission Selects Digital Learning Project
The project “Head in the Clouds: Digital Learning to Overcome School Failure” provides Educational Resources for Roma children.
COVID-19: Model Calculations by TUW Informatics Confirmed
The model calculations of Niki Popper predicted what now turns out to be effective: The more we reduce our social contacts, the slower the pandemic spreads.
Coronavirus: Measures We Take
To contribute as best as possible to reduce the further spread of a SARS CoV-2 infection, we take decisive action. [Updated 30 March]
Alle wichtigen Infos zum Aufnahmeverfahren für ein Bachelorstudium in Informatik oder Wirtschaftsinformatik an der TU Wien.
#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 QS Rankings: TU Wien Informatics #51-100
Despite increasing international competition in academia, we were able to hold our ground in QS's latest ranking of the subject Computer Science.
Call for Applications: Three-Year Funded Doctoral Positions
In cooperation with TÜV Austria, the newly founded Safety and Security in Industry Research Lab is looking for four excellent candidates (Deadline: March 19).
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.
Kick-off für Erweiterungsstudium Digitale Kompetenzen
Wir starten das neue Erweiterungsstudium mit einem Event für alle Studierenden, Lehrenden und Interessierten.
The Power of Satisfiability Checking
Erika Ábrahám (RWTH) gives a historical overview of this development, describes her own solver SMT-RAT, and discusses some applications and potentials.
Studieninfo 2020 – Abgesagt
Aus aktuellem Anlass und im Interesse der öffentlichen Gesundheit wird diese Veranstaltung nicht stattfinden.
Role Models for Girls in Informatics
Our workshop series “Tagebuch der Informatikerin” brought female computer scientists and practitioners to school classes across Austria.
50 Years of Informatics at TU Wien [Cancelled]
Given the current developments, we have decided, with a heavy heart, to postpone our anniversary celebration until 2021.
Incompressible Image Registration
Lucas Fidon (KCL) talks about stationary velocity fields (SVFs) parameterized by divergence-conforming B-splines in the context of image registration.
Outstanding Dissertation Award for Katta Spiel
Katta received the prestigious ACM SIGCHI award for the research on technology experience and autistic children.
2020 VCLA International Student Awards
Our VCLA calls for nominations of outstanding Master’s and Bachelor’s theses in the field of logic and computer science until March 25.
Gerald Futschek Receives ETH Zürich Medal of Honor
Gerald Futschek was awarded a medal of honor at ETH Zürich for his services to teaching Informatics.
Apply for 5 PhD and 3 PostDoc Positions
TU Wien is looking for exceptionally talented and highly motivated candidates for its SFB Advanced Computational Design.
This Was the 29th Epilog
We honored our most excellent students of this winter term for their outstanding achievements in their studies.
29th Epilog – Celebrating Excellence
Once again, we honor this term’s most excellent students for their achievements at the Festsaal of TU Wien.
Introduction Interdisciplinary Program “Digital Skills”
Starting in March, our minor program enables undergraduates of TU Wien to design and develop tomorrow’s technology.
Infoevent Erweiterungsstudium “Digitale Kompetenzen”
Unser Erweiterungsstudium vermittelt Ihnen Wissen und Fähigkeiten, um mit digitalen Technologien kreativ und gestaltend umzugehen und sie eigenständig weiterzu…
Two Assistant Professor Positions (Tenure Track)
We invite applications for two positions of an Assistant Professor until March 8, 2020. The estimated starting date is in October 2020.