Sponsors & Funding Institutions
Our sponsors support our ambitious initiatives in research, teaching, and informatics outreach, while funding institutions make excellent basic and applied research possible.
T-Labs, Deutsche Telekom’s central research and development arm, has endowed a chair for Data Intelligence at TU Wien Informatics. From 2018 until 2022, Allan Hanbury carries out basic and applied research into data analytics and intelligent interaction. His work adds expertise to our research alliance with Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile Austria.
The Ministry creates and innovates the framework for Austria’s infrastructure—from rail and road, water and air, to telecommunications and technology development. It co-funds our ADA project.
A close partner of TU Wien Informatics, Frequentis is an Austrian high-tech company that develops communication and information systems in fields such as air traffic management and public safety & transport. With their substantial sponsoring they contributed to our initiative Abenteuer Informatik.
One of the biggest companies in the software engineering industry, Siemens AG Österreich maintains a fruitful and long-standing partnership with us. They donate the annual Siemens Award for Excellence, the Siemens PhD Scholarship, and contributed substantially to our initiative Abenteuer Informatik among others.
The Vienna Business Agency positions Austria’s capital city in the international economic environment, looks after international companies settling in Vienna, and is the first point of contact for expats arriving in Vienna. They contribute to Abenteuer Informatik and co-fund our ADA project.
FFG funding schemes play an important role in generating new knowledge, developing new products and services, and enhancing competitiveness in the global marketplace. They make it easier, or possible, to finance research and innovation projects, and help to absorb the risks involved in research.
FWF supports the ongoing development of Austrian science and basic research at a high international level. In this way, the FWF makes a significant contribution to cultural development, to the advancement of our knowledge-based society, and thus to the creation of value and wealth in Austria.
The City of Vienna funds interdisciplinary projects in humanities, social, and cultural sciences, and information and communications technologies. The focus is on the interaction between humans and technology and the effects of technology on society and the individual.
The ERC's mission is to encourage the highest quality research in Europe through competitive funding and to support investigator-driven frontier research across all fields, on the basis of scientific excellence.
The Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research creates the best possible environment for schools, universities and research institutions, and represents the interests of Austria as a location for science, research and business on the international stage.
The WWTF is a non-profit organisation established to promote science and research in Vienna. The fund’s funding tools and methods are designed to strengthen top research in Vienna. Some of its calls are explicitly directed at promoting promising young scientists.