TU Graz physicist Oliver Hofmann has been awarded the renowned START Prize for his work in the field of material design. He aims to make production of materials with certain properties easier.
Günter Brenn investigates the behaviour of gas bubbles and liquid drops. His work is especially important in process engineering.
Henrik Seyfried and the NAWI_Graz 2017 iGEM student team managed to get robots and microorganisms to communicate with each other for the iGEM Competition 2017.
In global comparison, “LosFuzzys” are among the 40 best hacker competition teams. The Graz team is always on the right side of the force and does not shy away from Meltdown or Spectre.
Great importance is attached to compatibility of family and job at Uni Graz and TU Graz. That’s why the two universities have been awarded first place in the “Most family-friendly organisations in Styria” competition.
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