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Research Centers Overview

In each of the TU Graz Research Centers, scientists conduct joint research on one central topic area.

The TU Graz Research Centers are an initiative of the university management to address strategic key areas. In these flexibly structured Centers, researchers from different faculties and disciplines will independently decide which issues they will work on together. They mutually benefit from each other’s wealth of knowledge and experience.

Each Research Center has an external scientific advisory board. Research Centers concentrate expertise on-site, so competence centres and strategic business partners are cordially invited to cooperate.

Center of Hydrogen Research

The Center of Hydrogen Research combines the expertise of more than 160 scientists who conduct hydrogen research at the institutes and research centers of TU Graz in numerous fields of specialisation.

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Graz Center for Machine Learning

In the Graz Center for Machine Learning (GraML) research network, scientists work in an interdisciplinary way on the further development of machine learning.
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Graz Center of Sustainable Construction

At the Graz Center of Sustainable Construction, researchers from different scientific backgrounds are working on making construction more sustainable.
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Research Center for Energy Economics and Energy Analytics (ENERGETIC)

The researchers at the Research Center ENERGETIC are developing innovative and interdisciplinary solutions for sustainable and efficient energy systems.
Research Center ENERGETIC

Smart Production Graz

Researchers at TU Graz are working on production-related issues, determined to discover what the future of production may look like.
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Research Cluster Railway Systems

The RCRS is an interdisciplinary research cluster in the field of rail vehicle technology, rail infrastructure and rail operations in cooperation with ÖBB, Siemens, voestalpine and Virtual Vehicle.

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