Interested parties can use the archive collections for their research. You simply need to sign the user request in accordance with the archive regulations.
TU Graz archive is happy to receive bequests from former teaching staff, students and Styrian architectural offices with a connection to TU Graz. You can give the documents to the archive management at any time.
You can research on-site in the archive or online:
The archive presents content in a digital form, together with:
All women who have worked in a scientific capacity since the foundation of Graz University of Technology have been added to a database.
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The video shows women who are coming to the end of their degree at TU Graz or have already graduated. Women talk about their experiences. 2 women were interviewed from each of the 7 faculties.
You can order the books online at Publishing House of TU Graz.
The war diary of renowned surveyor Franz Allmer was published by Werner Ablasser and Marieluise Vesulak in 2011. You can find further information on the book here:
The book “TU Graz Art Guide” published in 2011 describes art works at Alte Technik, Neue Technik and Inffeldgasse. In this work, publishers Marieluise Vesulak and Maria Eibelhuber prove that art and technology enrich one another in numerous ways.
The book describes not only the works that were created in the framework of “Kunst am Bau-Projekten” between 1991 and 2010, but also the artworks in and on the buildings of TU Graz, the facades and the auditorium at Alte Technik, as well as rector portraits. With its numerous images and campus maps, TU Graz Art Guide invites you to come and discover the art at TU Graz for yourself.
Cover Kriegstagebuch Franz Allmer 1941 – 1945
Cover TU Graz Art Guide
Based on a research project and making use of the Graz land register from the 1820s, this book visualises the development of the city’s appearance and gives you an insight into what the Land Register of Francis I can contribute to research. Information on the life and works of Franz Allmer complete the book.
Publishers of volume 3 by TU Graz archive and library, published in 2014: Bernhard Reismann, Elisabeth Seuschek, Marion Starzacher and Ramona Winkler Other scientists have also provided contributions.
This book was published in 2013 to commemorate the completion of building works at the TU Graz library. Sonja Simbeni and Peter Pretterhofer present the construction history of the building at Technikerstrasse 4 and the architectural spatial and design concept.
TU Graz archive and library, volume 4
Cover verMESSEN. Franziszeische Grundkataster von Graz
Cover: Leseturm der TU Graz. Eine moderne Bibliothek
This commemorative publication by Bernhard Reismann was published in November 2013 to mark the 125th anniversary of the opening of “Alte Technik”. The book sketches the history of the building, connecting it with the history of the University of Technology, and the construction and formal opening of the new building in 1888. It provides an inside into the spatial concepts and artistic design of the building. In addition, it includes the oldest photographs of “Alte Technik” and a historical overview using postcards starting from the year 1897.
Cover: 125 Jahre Alte Technik 1888 bis 2013
Organisational units at TU Graz are obliged to give documents used in the course of their work to the archive, as they are the property of TU Graz.
You can find a description of the documents required and how they are to be sent to the archive in the TU4U intranet.