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1 Technology for People Vienna University of Technology at a Glance History | Alumni | Research Teaching | Mobility | Organisation | Location Beyond Technology | Facts & Figures

2 Overview History Alumni Research Focus Points Cooperations Infrastructure EU Framework Programme Third Party Funds Development Awards & Grants Studies Bachelor Programmes Master Programmes Teacher Trainings Doctoral Programmes First Admissions 2 Mobility Organisation Management Faculties/Institutes Location Beyond Technology Facts & Figures

3 History 1815:Founded as „k. k. polytechnisches Institut" 1865:First reform restructuring, implementation of faculties, concentration on technological disciplines) 1872: Renamed to „k. k. Technische Hochschule" (TH) new organisational statute (lasts until 1945) 1902: First doctorates awarded 1919:Admission for women 1975: Renamed to „Technische Universität" (TU) 1999: Implementation of University Act ´ : Autonomy through University Act ´ : Decision to remain at the current city location 2011: First female Rector 3

4 Alumni 1/2 Richard Zsigmondy Nobel laureate Chemistry Franz Viehböck (astronaut) Electrical Engineering Luis Trenker (alpinist) Architecture Gebrüder Strauss (composers) Josef – Civil Engineering Johann – Business Administration Rudolph Steiner (antroposopher) Teacher training: Mathematics and Science Christian Doppler (Doppler-Effect) Physics, Mathematics 4

5 Alumni 2/2 Herbert Boeckl (painter) Architecture Viktor Kaplan (Kaplan-Turbine) Mechanical Engineering Boris Nemsic (manager) Electrical Engineering Fritz Lang (film director) Civil Engineering Susanna Zapreva (manager) Electrical Engineering Ingeborg Hochmair-Desoyer (researcher) Electrical Engineering 5

6 Research Five Research Focus Points: Computational Science and Engineering Quantum Physics and Quantum Technologies Materials and Matter Information and Communication Technology Energy and Environment 6

7 Research Cooperation | Overview On campus Cooperation centres connecting faculties TU doctoral programmes With Austrian universities TU Austria (Graz University of Technology, University of Leoben) Vienna Scientific Cluster (University of Vienna, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, University of Innsbruck, Graz University of Technology, University of Leoben, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt) Bi- und multilateral Christian Doppler-Labors FWF doctoral programmes National research networks of the FWF Special research fields of the FWF COMET programmes of the FFG Economy 7 FWF = Austrian Science Fund; FFG = Austrian Research Promotion Agency

8 Research Cooperation | Christian Doppler Labors 1/2 Anthropogenic Resources: Application Oriented Coating Developement: Early stages of precipitation: 2007 – 2014 Ferroic materials: 2008 – 2014 Wireless technologies for sustainable mobility: 2009 – 2016 Mechanistic and physiological Methods for more productive Bioprocesses: Model based calibration methods: 2010 –

9 Research Cooperation | Christian Doppler Labors 2/2 Photopolymers in digital and reconstructive Dentistry: Software engineering integration for flexible automation systems: 2010 – 2016 Reliability issues in microelectronics: 2010 – 2016 Thermoelektrizität: Zukünftige magnetische Sensoren und Materialien: Modellbasierte Prozessregelung in der Stahlindustrie:

10 Research Cooperation | Doctoral Programmes 1/2 TU Vienna: AB-Tec Applied Bioscience Technology Catalysis Materials and Technology Computational Perception Energy Systems 2030 Energiebewusste Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung 10 Mathematical Logic in Computer Science Vienna Graduate School on Computational Materials Science Adaptive Distributed Systems Environmental Informatics Molecular and Elemental Imaging in Bioscience Urbanes Energie- und Mobilitätssystem

11 Research Cooperation | Doctoral Programmes 2/2 FWF: Complex Quantum Systems Dissipation und Dispersion in Differentialgleichungen Solid Fun - Funktionelle Festkörper Wasserwirtschaftliche Systeme Particles and Interactions NanoCell - Nano-Analytics of Cellular Systems Logische Methoden in der Informatik Specials: Vienna PhD School of Informatics WIT - Women in Technology 11

12 Research Cooperation | National Research Networks (NFN) sponsored by the FWF: Analytic Combinatorics and Probabilistic Number Theory Industrial Geometry High Performance Bulk Nanostructured Materials Nanoscience on Surfaces Rigorous Systems Engineering Signal and Information Processing in Science and Engineering (sub-project with the Telecommunications Research Center Vienna ) 12

13 Research Cooperation | Special Research Areas (SFB) sponsored by the FWF: Algorithmische und enumerative Kombinatorik FoQuS - Foundations and Applications of Quantum Science FOXSI - Functional Oxide Surfaces and Interfaces IR-ON – Nanostructures for Infrared Photonics Next Lite - Next Generation Light Synthesis and Interaction Transmembrane transporters in health and disease ViCoM - Vienna Computational Materials Laboratory Quasi Monte Carlo Methods Theory and Applications 13

14 Research K2-Centres: ACIB - Austrian Center of Industrial Biotechnology K2-Mobility - K2-Mobility SVT sustainable vehicle technologies MPPE - Integrated Research in Materials, Processing and Product Engineering XTribology - Excellence Center of Tribology K1-Centres: ACMIT - Austrian Center for Medical Innovation and Technology Bioenergy CEST Centre of Excellence in Electrochemical Surface Technoloy and Materials CTR - Carinthian Tech Research - Competence Center for Advanced Sensor Technologies FTW - Competence Center for Information and Communication Technologies K1-MET - Competence Center for Excellent Technologies in Advanced Metallurgical and Environmental Process Development PCCL-K1 - Competence Center in Polymer Engineering and Science SBA 2 - Secure Business Austria 2 RCPE - Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering GmbH VRVis - Visualization, Rendering and Visual Analysis Research Center Wood COMET – Centre of Excellence for Wood Composite Materials and Wood Chemstry 14 Cooperation | COMET Programmes 1/2

15 Research 15 K-Projects: AAHM R2P - Alpine Airborne Hydromapping AdvAluE - Advanced Aluminium Applications within ECO Transport ECV - Embedded Computer Vision FFT - Future Farm Technology GSG - Green Storage Grid HFA-TiMBER - Timber in Material, Building and Environmental Research JOIN4+ - Network of Excellence for Joining Technologies JOIN 4+ Micromat - Reliability and Lifetime of Material Interconnects in Electronics MPPF - Multifunctional Plug & Play Facade PAC - Process Analytical Chemistry - Data Acquisition and Data Processing PolyComp - Functional Polymer Composites ProDSS - Integrated Decision Support Systems for Industrial Processes Softnet II - Competence Network in Next Generation Software Engineering ZPT - K-Project non-destructive Testing and Tomography Cooperation | COMET Programmes

16 Research Infrastructure DMQT (Designed Matter & Quantum Technologies) MCC (Materials Characterization Center) X-ray Center Surface Analytics Science Center USTEM (Center for Electron Microscopy) RES (Robust Embedded Systems) Low Temperature Facilities TRIGA Mark-II (Reactor) Vienna Scientific Cluster (High Performance Computing) ZMNS (Center for Micro- and Nanostructures) 16

17 Research 17 EU Framework Programme

18 Research 18 Third Party Funds Development Source: Intellectual Capital Report 2005 – 2013, Controlling

19 Research Awards & Grants 1/2 Winners of the Wittgenstein-Award 1997: Erich Gornik – Semiconductor nanoelectronics 1998: Georg Gottlob – Information systems and artificial intelligence 1998: Walter Schachermayer – Stochastic processes in actuarial mathematics 2002: Ferenc Krausz – Quantum optics: ultra fast processes, strong field phenomena 2006: Jörg Schmiedmayer – Atomic physics, quantum optics, miniaturisation / chip technology 2013: Ulrike Diebold - Applied Physics, Oxide Surfaces 19

20 Research Awards & Grants 2/2 ERC-Grants 20 Christian Hellmich, MICROBONE – Multiscale poro-micromechanics of bone materials, with links to biology and medicine Arno Rauschenbeutel, Nanofiber Quantum Networks Jörg Schmiedmayer, Non-equilibrium Dynamics and Relaxation in Many Body Quantum Systems (Acronym: QuantumRelax) Thorsten Schumm, Nuclear Atomic Clock Franz Schuster, Isoperimetric Inequality Siegfried Selberherr, Modeling Silicon Spintronics Stefan Szeider, The Parameterized Complexity of Reasoning Problems Andrius Baltuska, Cycle-Sculpted Strong Field Optics Günter Blöschl, Deciphering River Flood Change Silke Bühler-Paschen, Quantum Criticality – The Puzzle of Multiple Energy Scales (Quantum Puzzle) Ulrike Diebold, Oxide Surfaces – Microscopic Processes and Phenomena at Oxide Surfaces and Interfaces Georg Gottlob, Domain-centric Intelligent Automated Data Extraction Methodology Karsten Held, Ab initio Dynamical Vertex Approximation Aleksandr Ovsianikov, Bio- Materialforschung

21 Teaching 21 Teaching at TU Vienna The education offered by the TU Vienna is rewarded by high international and domestic recognition. The chances for graduates for getting an attractive employment are very prosperous. The high demand for graduates of the TU Vienna from economy and industry, governmental as well as research institutions are manifest evidence for this. Wide Range of Studies The TU Vienna offers 18 bachelor-, 31 master- and 3 doctoral programmes. Since October 1, 2006, the study programmes have been taught as bachelor and master programmes, according to the Bologna process.

22 Teaching Architecture Architecture ( ) Civil Engineering Civil Engineering and Management of Infrastructure ( ) Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Electrical Engineering and Information Technology ( ) Computer Sciences Media Informatics ( ) Medical Informatics ( ) Software & Information Engineering ( ) Computer Engineering ( ) Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering ( ) Regional Planning and Development Regional Planning and Development ( ) Technical Chemistry Technical Chemistry ( ) Technical Mathematics Technical Mathematics ( ) Statistics and Mathematics in Economics ( ) Financial and Actuarial Mathematics ( ) Technical Physics Technical Physics ( ) Chemical and Process Engineering Chemical and Process Engineering ( ) Surveying and Geoinformation Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering ( ) Business Informatics Business Informatics ( ) Mechanical Engineering - Economics Mechanical Engineering - Management ( ) 22 Programm code in parentheses Studies | Bachelor Programmes

23 Teaching Architecture Architecture ( ) Building Science and Technology ( ) Civil Engineering Civil Engineering - Structural Engineering ( ) Civil Engineering - Building Management and Geoengineering ( ) Civil Engineering - Infrastructure Planning and Management ( ) Electrical Engineering Energy Engineering ( ) Automation Technology ( ) Telecommunication ( ) Computer Technology ( ) Microelectronics ( ) Across faculties Materials Sciences ( ) Biomedical Engineering ( ) Computer Sciences Computational Intelligence ( ) Visual Computing ( ) Information & Knowledge Management ( ) Media Informatics ( ) Medical Informatics ( ) Software Engineering & Internet Computing ( ) Computer Engineering ( ) Didactic for Informatics (E ) European Masters Program in Computational Logic ( ) Materials Sciences Materials Sciences ( ) Regional Planning Regional Planning and Development ( ) Chemical and Process Engineering Chemical and Process Engineering ( ) 23 Studies | Master Programmes 1/2 Programm code in parentheses

24 Teaching Technical Chemistry Technical Chemistry – Synthesis ( ) Technical Chemistry - Materials Technology and Materials Analytics ( ) Technical Chemistry - Materials Chemistry ( ) Technical Chemistry - Chemical Process Engineering ( ) Technical Chemistry - Biotechnology and Bio- analytics ( ) Biotechnology and Bioanalytics ( ) Technical Mathematics Technical Mathematics ( ) Statistics & Mathematics in Economics ( ) Financial and Actuarial Mathematics ( ) Technical Physics Physical Energy and Measurement Engineering ( ) Technical Physics ( ) Surveying and Geoinformation Survey and Land Registration ( ) Geodesy and Geophysics ( ) Geomatics Engineering and Cartography ( ) International Programm Cartography ( ) Business Informatics Business Informatics ( ) Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering ( ) Mechanical Engineering - Economics Mechanical Engineering – Management ( ) 24 Studies | Master Programmes 2/2 Programm code in parentheses

25 Teaching After finishing a master programme (or a similar degree) there is the possibility of a doctoral programme: Doctoral Programme in Technical Sciences („Dr. techn.“) Doctoral Programme in Natural Sciences („Dr. rer.nat.“) Doctoral Programme in Social and Economic Sciences („Dr. rer.soc.oec.“) 25 Studies | Doctoral Programmes

26 Teaching Programmeabsolute Architecture1,125 Civil Engineering479 Electrical Engineering and Information Technology 440 Informatics754 Mechanical Engineering400 Regional Planning and Development253 Technical Chemistry334 First Admissions: Bachelor Programmes 1/2 26 Winter term 2012/13, source: https://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/statistik/public_lehre/inskriptionen_pro_studienrichtung

27 Teaching 27 Programmeabsolute Technical Mathematics374 Technical Physics187 Chemical and Process Engineering153 Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering 98 Business Informatics139 Mechanical Engineering - Economics 403 Winter term 2013/14, source: https://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/statistik/public_lehre/inskriptionen_pro_studienrichtung First Admissions: Bachelor Programmes 2/2

28 Mobility 28 Membership in international associations: EUA (European University Association) SEFI (European Society for Engineering Education) CESAER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education) IACEE (International Association for Continuing Engineering Education) TIME (Top Industrial Managers for Europe) GE4 (Global Education for European Engineers and Entrepreneurs) International cooperations and mobility Partner universities The TU Vienna has bilateral agreements with more than 80 universities around the world. Membership in academic networks: ASEA-Uninet (Southeast Asia) Eurasia-Pacific Uninet (China, Central Asia, Russia) ATHENS (Advanced Technology Higher Education Network) 4 x TU (TU Bratislava, TU Budapest, TU Prag, TU Vienna) Technical Universities of European Capitals

29 Mobility 29 Membership in international subject- specific academic networks: EUPEN (European Physics Education Network) ECTN (European Chemistry Thematic Network) LE:NOTRE (Thematic Network in Landscape Architecture) Mobility and scholarship programmes: ERASMUS (Mobility of students and teaching staff: EEA-countries, 250 bilateral agreements ) ERASMUS Mundus (Mobility of students, graduate students, teaching staff: Russia) Joint Study (Mobility of students: USA, CAN, Australia, Latin America, Russia, Southeast Asia) CEEPUS (Mobility of students and teaching staff: East and Southeast Europe) International Study Programmes: European Masters Programme in Computational Logic (Erasmus Mundus) Double-, Joint-Degrees: Ecoles Centrales, INSA Lyon, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Politecnico di Milano, UACG Sofia, Tongji University, Shanghai Master Programmes taught in English: Biomedical Engineering, Building Science and Technology TUW-Summer University

30 Organisation Management 1/2 The University is led by the Rector and four Vice Rectors responsible for Research, Academic Affairs, Finance as well as HR and Gender : 30 from left to right: Adalbert Prechtl (Vice Rector for Academic Affairs), Sabine Seidler (Rector), Johannes Fröhlich (Vice Rector for Research), Anna Steiger (Vice Rector for Human Resources and Gender, Paul Jankowitsch (Vice Rector for Finance)

31 Organisation Management 2/2 The Senate is the supreme collegial board, which consists of 26 members – professors, representatives of the mid-level faculty, non-scientific staff and students. The University Council consists of seven members from economy and science. It acts as a supervisory board: Dr. Dr.h.c. Veit SORGER (Chairman) Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Sabine HERLITSCHKA, MBA Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. Manfred BROY Senatorin h.c.mult. Mag. Monika FEHRER Em.O.Univ.Prof. Dr.phil. Peter SCHUSTER Mag. Herbert TUMPEL Dr. Gabriele ZUNA-KRATKY 31

32 Organisation FacultyBachelor + Master Programmes Institutes Architecture and Planning Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Informatics Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Mathematics and Geoinformation Physics Technical Chemistry (interdisciplinary) per winter term 2013/14 Faculties

33 Location 33

34 Beyond Technology TU Orchester Since1984, international concert tours. TU Ball Vienna‘s oldest ball (originally called "Technikerkränzchen" in 1815) takes place in Vienna Hofburg, every last Thursday in January. TU-Forum Topics with up to date, divisive content and technical background. 34 TUW Racing Team Students design and build a racing car and take part in international formula-student competitions..

35 Facts & Figures 1/2 Finances* 315 Mio. €turnover 231 Mio. €balance sheet total Rooms > 9.000rooms 290,000 m²total area Staff** 3,279scientific staff thereof 137professors 1,255non-scientific staff 4,528total staff 35 Sources: * Balance of Accounts 2012 ** Intellectual Capital Report 2012

36 Facts & Figures 2/2 Library* 1,4 Mio.book stocks > 3,8 Mio.Web-Server/Access to library services (virtual visits) Students** 27,923 thereof 27.2%women Alumni** 2,399first and second degrees thereof 1,188bachelor programmes thereof 757master programmes thereof 205diploma programmes thereof 249doctoral programmes 36 Sources: * Library (2013), ** Intellectual Capital Report 2013


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