TU Wien Informatics is organized in 4 institutes, 21 research units, a Dean’s Office, and a Communications and Coordination unit.
Services of Informatics
We define the overall financial, infrastructural, public relations, and personnel strategy to provide a robust foundation for the future development of TU Wien Informatics.
We at the Institute of Computer Engineering deal with all aspects of the direct interaction between computer systems and their environment. Designing such systems is our scientific and technological challenge.
Logic and Computation
At the Institute of Logic and Computation we pursue basic and applied research on logical and algorithmic methods for modeling, constructing, and analysing computer systems with a scope ranging from software systems to large scale information networks like the world wide web.
Research Unit Databases and Artificial Intelligence
E192-02 / Head: Reinhard Pichler
Research Unit Formal Methods in Systems Engineering
E192-04 / Head: Laura Kovacs
Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology
We at the Institute of Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology investigate the design and development of key technologies in the areas of computer vision, computer graphics, visualization, augmented/mixed/virtual reality, human-computer interaction, and socially embedded technologies.
Information Systems Engineering
At the Institute of Information Systems Engineering we provide foundational and advanced techniques, algorithms, design and engineering approaches to model complete lifecycles of data-intensive and distributed information systems.
Research Unit Information and Software Engineering
E194-01 / Head: Andreas Rauber